Variety is the spice of life: GT Sport Daily Races, w/c 29th November 2021

Thomas Harrison-Lord
Variety is the spice of life: GT Sport Daily Races, w/c 29th November 2021

Nothing showcases the delightfully diverse line-up of racing challenges the Gran Turismo series of games can deliver than this week’s selection of ranked online races.

From the bambino in its native country to a classic F1-style race around Interlagos, with a street circuit thrown in-between, trying each one will provide you with a taste of the variety on offer.

This wide scope of the included vehicles is something that Gran Turismo 7 looks set to build upon, but for now, let’s hope these events tie you over.

Gran Turismo Sport Daily Races 29th November 2021

First up, the small version of Autodrome Lago Maggiore, a factional Italian venue, and the Fiat 500. Not the classic 1950s model, but the 00s Panda-based retro rebirth, in the powerful 1.2 8V Lounge specification.

Did I say ‘powerful’? I meant slower than a hungover snail. Still, speed isn’t everything, and with everyone on the grid in the same car around a tight circuit, this could be good fun.

Race B is actually powerful. By contrast. The Gr.3 category of vehicles are allowed, and any particular one you have in your garage too. There is a catch, however.

The venue is Tokyo Expressway – East Inner Loop, which is a narrow street circuit. You know that infamous GT3 pileup at Macau a few years ago? Expect a replication of that if the drivers in your lobby aren’t particularly au fait with the layout.

Peugeot RCZ race car

The longer event is this week, Race C, is a real arm turner. The Gran Turismo F1500T-A is a fictionalised 1980s Formula 1 car, and you’ll need big biceps to wrestle it around 14 laps of Interlagos.

The timing of your gear changes is crucial in this event, as is keeping it on the road. If the car and track combination wasn’t enough of a challenge already, the 8x tyre wear certainly will be!

Gran Turismo F1500T-A GT Sport

Full details of each race are below, and the playlist will next reset on Monday 6th December 2021. A reminder, Gran Turismo 7 is fast approaching – we’ve analysed all of the recent teasers and discussed the details on the latest episode of our podcast. There’s also the FIA Gran Turismo World Finals event across the coming weekend, and Traxion.GG will be covering all the esports action.


Race A 

Car: N100 – Fiat 500 1.2 8V Lounge SS ’08
Track: Autodrome Lago Maggiore – Centre
Laps: Five
No. Of Cars: 12 
Duration: 15 Minutes
Tyres: Sports Hard
Fuel Consumption: None 
Tyre Wear: None 
Start Type: Grid Start


Race B 

Car: Gr.3, any 
Track: Tokyo Expressway – East Inner Loop
Laps: Four
No. Of Cars: 16 
Duration: 15 Minutes
Tyres: Racing Medium
Fuel Consumption: None 
Tyre Wear: None 
Start Type: Rolling Start


Race C 

Car: Gran Turismo F1500T-A
Track: Autódromo de Interlagos
Laps: 14
No. Of Cars: 20 
Duration: 25 Minutes 
Tyres: Racing Hard or Racing Medium, mandatory use of both
Fuel Consumption: 2x
Tyre Wear: 8x
Start Type: Rolling Start

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