Monday has arrived and with the GT7 Daily Races 7 November!
A new trio of Sport Mode races has landed in Gran Turismo 7 and after two weeks of positive vibes can Polyphony keep the momentum running?
Let's find out.
Fuji - 5 laps
This week's unranked race is another tuning challenge. Players will be in any road car that is under 295 BHP, weighs at least 1,250 kg, and has an MR powertrain.
Early leaderboards show the Porsche Cayman GT4 '16 as the car to use.
You will be on the Sports Hard tyre, with 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear for this race.
As usual, Race A has no impact DR or SR. Track limits are set to normal and there is light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions.
Monza - 5 laps
Nothing creates mayhem quite like Monza! The first ranked race of the week puts you in Gr.3 cars around the Temple of Speed for five laps.
You will be on the Racing Hard tyre with a high-speed BoP applied.
There is 1x fuel consumption and tyre wear for this race and both DR & SR will be affected.
Track limits are set to normal and there is light shortcut penalties and penalties for collisions.
Barcelona - GP Layout - 10 laps
The final race of the week is another banger. It's 10 laps around the normal Barcelona-Catalunya circuit in Gr.4 cars.
There is 7x fuel consumption and 1x tyre wear for this race, with the Racing Hard tyre the only mandatory compound, but Racing Mediums are also available.
There's no mandatory stop but with that fuel rate and the circuit being tough on tyres you are likely going to have to stop.
A mid-speed BoP will be applied, with light mechanical damage and normal track limits also enforced.
There are light shortcut penalties and collision penalties too, along with pit lane line cutting penalties so watch out for those!
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