Here’s the GT7 Daily Races for the week of 25th April

The new GT7 Sport Mode daily races for the week of 25th April have been released, coming out alongside Gran Turismo 7 update 1.13 that adds new cars, a new track variant and makes some quality of life changes for Sport Mode. In particular, there’s now the ability to rent event-specified cars in order to still be able to compete.

As is usual, this trio of Daily Races will run all through the week with the established format that lets you set qualifying times and then use this to matchmake against similarly competent rivals. There’s also the relatively established form of the events, with a fixed car event for Race A – the SR3 SL ’13 around Laguna Seca – a short Gr. 4 race around Autodrome Lago Maggiore for Race B, and finally a longer event for Race C. This week, that makes use of Gr.2 cars for the first time for five laps around Le Mans.

All three are now Balance of Power (BoP) races, so tuning, weight and engine power are all automatically balanced by the game.

Here are the three Daily Races, which will cycle at regular intervals through each day.

GT7 Daily Race A

Track and layout – WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca

Car Regulations

  • Cars – SR3 SL ’13
  • Tyres – Sports Hard
  • Regulations – Wide Body prohibited, Nitrous cannot be fitted, Balance of Power
  • Event – 4 Laps, 12 Cars, Grid Start, 1x Fuel Consumption, 1x Tyre Wear

GT7 Daily Race B

Track and layout – Autodrome Lago Maggiore – Full Course

Car Regulations

  • Car Category – Gr. 4
  • Tyres – Racing Medium, Intermediate, Wet
  • Regulations – Wide Body prohibited, Nitrous cannot be fitted, Balance of Power
  • Event – 4 Laps, 16 Cars, Formation Start, 1x Fuel Consumption, 1x Tyre Wear

GT7 Daily Race C

Track and layout – 24 Heures du Mans Racing Circuit

Car Regulations

  • Car Category – Gr. 2
  • Tyres – Racing Medium, Intermediate, Wet
  • Regulations – Wide Body prohibited, Nitrous cannot be fitted, Balance of Power
  • Event – 5 Laps, 20 Cars, 5x Fuel Consumption, 5x Tyre Wear

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There’s currently no Championships running, after the end of the second test seasons for both the Nations and Manufacturers cups. However, we do know that the TOYOTA GAZOO Racing GT Cup 2022 will get started on 15th May with seven rounds taking place from then until the end of August.

In our Gran Turismo 7 review, I said:

“Gran Turismo 7 takes everything that was excellent about GT Sport’s fantastic multiplayer, high fidelity cars and circuits and innovative Scapes mode, and builds up a more traditional GT experience around it. It’s got its own quirky new ideas which will likely be passing diversions to most, but at its core, this is the Gran Turismo you know and love. Broad and accessible, but with depth, nuance and competitive racing for those keen to find it.”

Gran Turismo 7 is out now for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.

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