GT Sport Daily Races: Tokyo Lady and 24 Hours in Hell

Gran Turismo Sport 904 June 17, 2019 by

There’s a taste of the Gran Turismo World Tour coming to the Daily Races this week.

As the showpiece FIA Certified Online Championship heads back to Germany and the Nurburgring 24hr, the Daily Races follow suit. While the finalists for the Manufacturer Series will be racing off with Gr.3 cars at — appropriately for the venue — the N24 circuit, Daily Racers will be able to do the same in Race C. You’ll only get two laps, with relatively kind 7x tire wear, but you’ll have free choice of your garage Gr.3 cars.

Race B is also a racing car affair. This time it’s the slower and more varied Gr.4 cars, tackling the Suzuka Circuit. You won’t have tire wear and fuel use to contend with here, so just pick your favorite Gr.4 car and go racing.

You don’t even have to pick a car for Race A this week. It’s a One Make featuring the Nissan Fairlady Z Z33 — better known as the 350Z outside Japan — on a run round the squared-off Central Loop version of Tokyo Expressway. The event provides you with the car, so there’s no scope for a DK livery, but you do at least get to choose the color…

All three races will run through to Monday, June 24.

Race A

Track: Tokyo Expressway – Central Outer Loop, 5 laps
Car: Nissan Fairlady Z Version S (Z33) ’07 – Provided Car
Tires: Sports Hard
Fuel use: Off
Tire use: Off

Race B

Track: Suzuka Circuit, 4 laps
Car: Gr.4 – Garage Car
Tires: Racing Hard
Fuel use: Off
Tire use: Off

Race C

Track: Nurburgring – 24h, 2 laps
Car: Gr.3 – Garage Car
Tires: Racing Hard
Fuel use: 5x
Tire use: 7x

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