Your guide to Gran Turismo 7's Daily Races, w/c 6th June: Imprez-ive

Your Guide to Gran Turismo 7’s Daily Races, w/c 6th June: Very Imprez-ive



This week’s Gran Turismo 7 Daily Races features three very Subaru-centric events featuring Gr.B, Gr.3 and Gr.4 cars.

This week’s batch Gran Turismo 7 Daily races has a very Subaru-centric look, with the Japanese manufacturer seemingly having the best car for each of the three events – including the Lap Time Challenge car.

Again, all races are subject to strict Balance of Performance (BoP) regulations, meaning the performance of all vehicles has been made equal to ensure close racing. It should work in theory, but there are still one or two standout cars out there. The Subaru WRX in the Gr.4 class for example.

It is rather disappointing that there are no 24 Hours of Le Mans inspired events. This weekend the classic endurance race takes place, and with GT7 featuring both the track and several classic Le Mans cars – including Toyota’s latest Le Mans challenger, the GR010 – maybe we’ll see this explored next week?

Your Guide to the Daily Races of Gran Turismo 7, w/c June 6: Imprez-ive

Unusually, Race A is a track race for the rally-inspired Gr.B cars. It may seem a little odd to see these dirt-focused cars racing nose-to-tail, but they’re limited to Comfort Soft tires, meaning there’s going to be a whole lot of four-wheel drifting going on.

Race B is a more traditional Gr.4 race on the Yamagiwa layout of Kyoto Driving Park, while in Race C we finish with a Gr.3 fight on the Red Bull Ring. With tires and fuel consumption both set to 1x for all events this week Daily races is less about strategy and more about straightforward performance

Since the v1.15 update, there are also bi-weekly Lap Time Challenge events in Sport mode. This week we have a time trial at Suzuka Circuit with Gr.3 cars. The combination car and track will change on June 9.

from the week commencing April 25, if you don’t have the required Daily Races vehicle, players can rent it in GT7† In front of GT7 newbies, the Sport mode – where you can find the Daily Races – unlocks after completing Café Menu Book nine.

RAS A

Your Guide to the Daily Races of Gran Turismo 7, w/c June 6: Imprez-ive

With several Gr.B cars to choose from – both fictional and real ones – sometimes car choice comes down to aesthetics. And the Subaru WRX Gr.B Rally Car’s combination of gold wheels and blue bodywork is hard to beat. The four-cylinder boxer engine also makes a wonderful noise.

In the past Subaru’s flagship was the Impreza WRX STI, made famous by Colin McRae and Richard Burns‘ rally exploits in the WRC. Today, the Impreza is a sensible family hatchback, while the renamed performance variant, the WRX, isn’t even available to buy in the UK† Ah.

With only Comfort Soft tires and 500 horsepower on tap, players will have to do their best to control these beasts around Autodrome Lago Maggiore. But with four-wheel drive, that’s not such a big problem.

RRecommended Car: Subaru WRX Gr.B Rally Car (Brand Central, 450,000 Credits or Free Rental)

Race B

Your Guide to the Daily Races of Gran Turismo 7, w/c June 6: Imprez-ive

We head to the Yamagiwa layout of Kyoto Driving Park for Race B and this Gr.4 event is now the traditional stomping ground for the Subaru WRX Gr.4. The four-wheel-drive layout seems to have a huge advantage over its rear-wheel-drive counterparts in Gr.4 – despite months of BoP tweaks by Polyphony Digital.

The tight corners of Kyoto Driving Park should favor nimble cars, but traction clearly trumps everything in this case, so Subaru is easily the smart choice for consistent performance.

If you fancy a slightly more exotic choice, why not opt ​​for the Lamborghini Huracán Gr.4?

Recommended car: Subaru WRX Gr.4 (Brand Central, 350,000 credits or free rental)

Race C

Your Guide to the Daily Races of Gran Turismo 7, w/c June 6: Imprez-ive

Race C sees a return to the Red Bull Ring in Austria for a Gr.3 race. Unlike most weeks, however, we’re stuck with 1x fuel and tire consumption this time, meaning there’s very little strategy to play out.

The track’s long straights should favor high-powered cars with sleek, aerodynamic shapes, but the tight hairpin bends seem to favor four-wheel drive cars more. Our recommended car is the Subaru WRX Gr.3.

Yes, another Subaru.

Recommended Car: Car: Subaru WRX Gr.3 (450,000 Credits or Free Rental)

Lap Time Challenge

Subaru BRZ GT300 '21.  Gran Turismo 7, Gr.3 Lap Time Challenge, Suzuka Circuit-1

The new Lap Time Challenge is a simple time trial mode where you compete against other players to set the fastest time on the leaderboard. As has been common practice of late, this event is subject to BoP terms.

The first Lap Time Challenge competition is for Gr.3 cars on Suzuka’s GP layout, and there are plenty of GT3-style racers to choose from. You could pick Gr.3 fans like the Mazda Atenza, Subaru WRX or Volkswagen Beetle, but why not lean on Suzuka’s place on the Super GT calendar and go for the Subaru BRZ GT300 ’21?

A new Lap Time Challenge starts on June 9.

Recommended car: Car: Subaru BRZ GT300 ’21 (Brand Central, 450,000 credits or free rental)


Race A

Race information

Car: Gr.B

Track: Autodrome Lake Maggiore

round: 10

Number of cars: 12

Start type: Grid Start

Duration: 15 minutes

Fuel consumption: 1x

Tire wear: 1x

Regulations

Categories: Gr.B

wide body: Forbidden

nitrous oxide: Cannot be mounted

Tire selection: Comfort Soft

Car Restrictions

BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On

car used: garage car, event specific car

Car settings: gave up

Race Settings

DR updates: Off

SR updates: Out

Mechanical damage: Light

Minimum number of pit stops: Out

Track Limit: Normal

Criminal Institutions

Penalty for shortcut: light

Penalty for collisions with other cars: on

Penalty for cutting pit lane line: on


Race B

Race information

Car: Gr.4

Track: Kyoto Driving Park – Yamagiwa

round: Five

Number of cars: 16

Start type: Rolling start

Duration: 15 minutes

Fuel consumption: 1x

Tire wear: 1x

Regulations

Categories: Gr.4

wide body: Forbidden

nitrous oxide: Cannot be mounted

Tire selection: Racing: Hard, Intermediate, Nat

Car Restrictions

BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On

car used: garage car, event specific car

Car settings: gave up

Race Settings

DR updates: yes

SR updates: Yes

Mechanical damage: Light

Minimum number of pit stops: Out

Track Limit: Normal

Criminal Institutions

Penalty for shortcut: light

Penalty for collisions with other cars: on

Penalty for cutting pit lane line: on


Race C

Race information

Car: Gr.3

round: 12

Track: Red Bull Ring

Number of cars: 16

Start type: Rolling start

Duration: 25 minutes

Fuel consumption: 1x

Tire wear: 1x

Regulations

Categories: Gr.3

wide body: Forbidden

nitrous oxide: Forbidden

Tire selection: Racing: Hard, Intermediate, Nat

Car Restrictions

BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On

car used: garage car, event specific car

Car settings: gave up

Race Settings

DR updates: yes

SR updates: Yes

Mechanical damage: Light

Minimum number of pit stops: Out

Track Limit: Normal

Criminal Institutions

Penalty for shortcut: light

Penalty for collisions with other cars: on

Penalty for cutting pit lane line: on


Lap Time Challenge

Race information

Car: Gr.3

Track: Suzuka Circuit

Entry period: May 26 to June 9

Regulations

Ccategories: Auto: Gr.3

wide body: Forbidden

nitrous oxide: Forbidden

Tire selection: Race: Medium, Intermediate, Heavy Wet

Race Settings

BoP/Tuning Prohibited: On

car used: garage car, event specific car

Car settings: gave up

Mechanical damage: Out

Track Limit: Normal

Penalty for shortcut: light

Punishment for car collision: on

Penalty for cutting pit lane line: on






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