That is the Toscana dirt track.
Good, as I expected. Removing them from the "speculation" status in my list.Assuming the captions are unchanged in this photo series:
...it looks like the GP, International and National circuits are confirmed for Silverstone (No Stowe, though)
And this is for anyone mystified by that orange open wheel car.
It is called the "Rocket", made by Gordon Murray of McLaren F1 fame
Watch and enjoy, its a very interesting car.
Gran Turismo 6's list of the new confirmed tracks:
Brands Hatch Circuit
Mount Panorama Circuit
Silverstone International Race Circuit Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit
Willow Springs Raceway - The "Big Willow" layout
Tokyo R246. The only new track here (which might or might not appear in GT6) is SSR11.
You should probably remove the TGTT and replace that with Mt. Panorama, track was pretty useless in the game and checking Shirakawas list, Panorama would make the cut and removal of a non race course like TGTT would make sense for GT anyway. Also missing is Willow Springs, considering PD is possibly adding more courses it may be mostly courses from GT's gone by so we should probably expect Infineon(Sonoma Raceway) to return as a possibility.
All tentative but Panorama should be in there as there was notification of it being data recorded by PD last year. Oh well guess E3 will give us a little more insight about the courses.
I'm wondering how they come to:
33 locations, from which 7 are new...
This would mean 26 GT5 locations, but then you can't count the GT5 DLC with it as then it becomes 30...
So I'm wondering what's up with that... Do they count the GT5 DLC tracks as new, or will they not be included...? Which would not make sense of course...
This was discussed yesterday. By doing the math it's clear the number 7 considers gt5 dlc, therefore it's only 3 new tracks. Out of those we know silverstone for sure and maybe brands hatch, depending on if that flyer is real or fake.
Then again, the presentation was clear on that the approach is releasing more tracks as dlc.