GT Sport Daily Races: My Fair Lady

There’s a fresh set of Gran Turismo Sport Daily Races to start the week, jetting drivers around the world for a trio of challenges.

This starts with Race A, which brings back a bit of a fan-favorite choice of cars. Players can use any one of the three Nissan “Z-cars” in the game — the Z33-generation 350Z, the Z32-generation 300ZX, and Sung Kang’s Greddy Fugu Z — for this seven-lap race.

It’s a good time to use the latter of those cars as the actor is, improbably, re-appearing in the Fast & Furious franchise’s latest movie “F9 despite his character Han supposedly dying six films previously. Whichever car you choose though, it’s provided by the event for the race, so all you need to do is get out and drive.

That also applies to Race B, although you’ll be selecting from your own stable of Gr.3 cars. These are race cars in the style of the real-world GT3 — including some real GT3 and GTE machines — which are very loosely based on road cars and exclusively rear-wheel drive.

You’ll be racing a four-lap event at Dragon Trail Seaside, but in the reverse direction. This slightly less common orientation will pose some different challenges, with the Chicane of Death a little less terminal — though the hairpin after it has very many lines through it, none of which are right.

The final race for the week will take players to the Sardegna Road Track facility, this week running the B course in the reverse direction. Again, this is a slightly rarer layout to run, putting a nasty kink before four right-handed corners of tightening radiuses to open the lap, and a sharp right before a very long straight to close it out. There will be incidents.

For this week you’ll be racing the Gr.4 cars here, again with free choice from your own garage, though with just eight laps, Racing Hard tires only, and a 6x tire wear multiplier, it’s pretty likely you’ll want to use one of the four front-wheel drive cars from the class to maximize your chances of victory.

These three races will run through to Monday July 12, when another set will replace them.

Race A

  • Track: Suzuka Circuit – East Course, 7 laps
  • Car: Greddy Fugu Z, Nissan Fairlady Z ’89, Nissan Fairlady Z ’07 – Provided Car
  • Tires: Sports Medium
  • Start Type: Grid Start
  • Fuel use: Off
  • Tire use: Off

Race B

  • Track: Dragon Trail – Seaside II, 4 laps
  • Car: Gr.3 – Garage Car
  • Tires: Racing Medium
  • Start Type: Rolling Start
  • Fuel use: Off
  • Tire use: Off

Race C

  • Track: Sardegna – Road Track B II, 8 laps
  • Car: Gr.4 – Garage Car
  • Tires: Racing Hard
  • Start Type: Rolling Start
  • Fuel use: 2x
  • Tire use: 6x

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  1. Normandy12

    Here’s a free idea, PD;
    Add 550lbs to the TT and RCZ, add 350-450lbs to the Scirocco, drop 15-20 hp from the Mazda, add 40-50 hp to both Megane’s, and that could make them more balanced, than they currently are, to the rest of the pack.
    I’m sure somebody will have a different opinion but, the term ‘balance of performance’ actually means something in the world of racing, and I’m not sure they know what that is by looking at the way they have these set.

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