Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races: Finals Form

Gran Turismo 7 Day-to-day Races: Finals Shape

Gran Turismo 7’s latest collection of Daily Races delivers a taste of the action from Barcelona to the game, following the conclusion of the 2023 Gran Turismo World Series Finals.

All three races this week are inspired by events raced by competitors over a long weekend, with one from each of the three distinct championships.

That begins with Race A, which is modeled by the crazy Repechage from the Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup and takes you to the Lake Louise snow track.

It’s a four-lap race for the Toyota GR Yaris ’20, and you’ll either need to put Snow Tires to your own garage car or borrow one that already has them.

Fortunately, given the race’s fairly slick character, nothing that happens throughout the race will damage your Sportsmanship Rating. Driver Rating updates are also disabled, so this is just for entertainment purposes — or to see how you’d have performed against race victor Takuma Miyazono.

Be wary of the Grid Start with False Start Check. Once all of the lights come on, you must keep the Yaris on the brakes or handbrake; if you start rolling before the lights go out, you will experience an instant cut in engine power for a few seconds and will almost certainly become the center of a major collision.

Race B features a short sprint race on the GP Circuit (No Chicane) configuration at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, reminiscent of the Manufacturers Cup. This is the version of the track that removes the final chicane, making turn 12 a quick right.

This race will be limited to Gr.3 cars due to the format of the competition. Unlike the real thing, you can use any of the Gr.3 vehicles in the game for this four-lap race, with only Racing Medium tires required.

Tire wear is enabled, although with only a 3x factor, it should be insignificant. This week, the recent trend of allowing various suspension components to be modified was reversed, while Brake Balance adjustment is still permitted.

Finally, Race C is a remarkable recreation of Race 1 of the Nations Cup final. This involves the rental of a selection of pre-tuned road cars for a seven-lap blast over Trial Mountain – a somewhat lengthier race than the one won by Pol Urra.

BMW M3 ’07, Ferrari F40 ’92, Honda NSX Type R ’92, Jaguar XJ220 ’92, Lamborghini Diablo GT ’00, Lexus LFA ’10, Mazda RX-7 Spirit R ’02, Mercedes SLR McLaren ’09, Porsche 911 GT3 ’09, and Toyota Supra RZ ’97 are among the models available.

Because the cars are all pre-tuned and equipped with the proper Sports Medium tires, all you have to do is choose the car you want and go racing.

To access the Daily Races, you must first unlock Sport Mode in the GT Cafe single player hub by completing Menu Book 9 (“Championship: Tokyo Highway Parade”).

GT7’s Daily Races have been updated every Monday since the game’s inception, so the next new set should appear on Monday, December 11.

Race A

  • Track: Lake Louise – Long Course, 4 laps
  • Car: Toyota GR Yaris ’20 – Garage/Rental Car
  • Power/Weight/PP Limit: BOP (H)
  • Tires: Snow
  • Settings: Fixed
  • Start Type: Grid Start with False Start Check
  • Fuel use: Off
  • Tire use: Off

Race B

  • Track: Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya GP (No Chicane), 4 laps
  • Car: Gr.3 – Garage/Rental Car
  • Power/Weight/PP Limit: BOP (M)
  • Tires: Racing Medium
  • Settings: Partially Allowed – Brake Balance
  • Start Type: Rolling Start
  • Fuel use: 1x
  • Tire use: 3x

Race C

  • Track: Trial Mountain, 7 laps
  • Car: Specified – Rental Car
  • Power/Weight/PP Limit: N/A
  • Tires: Sports Medium
  • Settings: Specified
  • Start Type: Rolling Start
  • Fuel use: 1x
  • Tire use: 1x

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