Two new tracks were unveiled for Straight4 Studios’ upcoming GTRevival title over the weekend, with CEO Ian Bell taking to X to cryptically spill the beans.
After previously revealing several sportscars coming to the sim; including two Group C prototypes, an Audi GT3, plus GTR 2-era Ferrari 550 and Lister Storm sportscars, Bell has so far only teased one track – Interlagos.
However, the former boss of Slightly Mad Studios has now added American venues Sebring and Lime Rock Park to that list, hinting the game will have a strong sportscar connection.
Sebring International Raceway
Located in Florida, Sebring has been used for racing since 1950 and is home to the 12 Hours of Sebring endurance race – a round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
The airfield venue also hosts a round of the World Endurance Championship, with the bumpy 3.74-mile course synonymous with sportscar and prototype racing through the generations.
Lime Rock Park
Another stalwart of IMSA, Lime Rock Park couldn’t be any more different to Sebring. Its narrow ribbon of asphalt winds through the Connecticut countryside with zero margin for error available to drivers – put a wheel outside the track surface and there’s no generous run-off to save you, only grass (or barriers).
At only 1.5 miles in length, Lime Rock’s longest layout is the shortest track on the IMSA calendar, creating busy, action-packed multiclass racing and sub-50s lap times.
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