Tokyo Expressway layouts

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Sakinen, Jan 27, 2020.

  1. Sakinen

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    Hi guys!
    Does anyone know if there is some connection between the various layouts?
    Something like this Sainte-Croix layouts map.


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  2. Famine

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    There isn't. They're three separate pieces of road based on the highways of Tokyo, although the roads that inspire them are all pretty close in real life.
     
  3. Sakinen

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    Thank you so much!
    :)
     
  4. RACECAR

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    There kinda is but as its highway roads, it's not quite the same as traditional circuits. More like different routes then anything.
     
  5. Sakinen

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    They aren't like the usual tracks indeed. When I started GT Sport, I didn't like Tokyo Expressway. During the last two months that I run a test of 24 N class cars (N500-N1000) and among other tracks I use Tokyo Expr. (EI Loop), I have been a huge fan. I think that the urban landscape fits perfectly with the non race fast cars like LaFerrari, Zonda R, McLaren F1, Enzo, Veyron, Aventador, 911 GT3 etc.