Gran Turismo 7 Driver Ratings: Everything you Need to Know

Have you been wandering how driver ratings work in GT7 and how to increase them?

Well, here’s a handy guide for you!

GT7 driver ratings

You’ll understand what they are, how to check them, and ultimtely how to increase them.

What are Gran Turismo 7 driver ratings?

A GT7 driver rating is basicaly an indicator of the player’s speed, so the faster he his, the higher the rating.

Hence, you Driver Rating will rise if you do well in Sport mode events. On the other hand, if you don’t meet a certain level of success, your rating will go down.

How many driver ratings are there in GT7?

In GT7 there are seven different driver ratings that you’ll be awarded based on your driving performance: E, D, C, B, A, A+, and S.

How do I increase my driver rating on GT7?

Basically the only way to increase your Driver Rating is to do well in Sport Mode races.

In fact, a good approach to improve your Driver Rating is to win or finish well in the grid after a race.

And of course, if you finish up in the standings, your Driver Rating improves.

What does Dr and SR mean in GT7?

DR” stands for Driver Rating and it’s amplified by scoring great results in online races in Sport Mode.

You begin at level ‘E’, then work your way through D, C, B, A, and S.

SR” stands for Sportsmanship Rating and it’s basically based on your conduct.

Therefore the worse you behave on track, the lower your SR will be.

If you have a low SR, you’ll be put in races with others who have low SRs who will eventually ruin your races.

Where can I see my GT7 driver rating?

To see your GT7 driver rating you’ll have to select “My Profile“, either from the “GT Menu” (the game’s top screen), or from the “Main Menu” that appears when you press the OPTIONS button and then look to the bottom.

There you’ll find your current driver rating as well as your race result, which determines it.

Conclusion

So here were our tips on how to raise your driver rating in GT7.

Just remember, the best way to do it is by winning or finishing well in races!

Good luck and we’ll see you on track! 😉

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