Of the tracks announced so far, five are brand new to the series, while the majority have been seen in prior Forza Motorsport entries. Some, such as Hakone Circuit which is based in Japan and Eaglerock Speedway, are completely new in the sense that they are fictional venues created just for the latest Forza.
They will join the likes of Catalunya, Le Mans, Spa and Silverstone from Europe, Indianapolis, Laguna Seca, Virginia International Raceway, Road America and the fictional Maple Valley Raceway from the United States, and of course, the famed Suzuka Circuit, another residing in Japan.
All of the Forza Motorsport tracks will include “fully dynamic time-of-day with weather, living crowds, and tracks that rubber in and react to temperature changes” as well. It’s claimed that they have been rebuilt (returning venues) from the “ground up”, although it’s worth noting that Spa in particular is an older layout from pre-2022.
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- Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
- Circuit des 24 Heures du Mans (Le Mans)
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
- Eaglerock Speedway*
- Grand Oak Raceway*
- Hakone Circuit*
- Homestead–Miami Speedway Road Course
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway
- Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit*
- Laguna Seca Raceway
- Lime Rock Park
- Maple Valley Raceway
- Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course*
- Mugello Circuit
- Nürburgring Grand Prix
- Road America
- Silverstone Circuit
- Suzuka Circuit
- Virginia International Raceway
- Watkins Glen International Speedway
- WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
Post-release free track additions
- Nürburgring Nordschleife
*New to the Forza Motorsport series