How many tracks are there in GT Sport?
The tracklist in GT Sport is constantly updated by the developer and you will always have the chance to race in newly added race tracks.
AT the time of this writing (January 2022), there are approximately 60 different race tracks that you can choose from.
Are all the tracks in Gran Turismo real?
No, as it stands, 28 tracks are based on real-life race tracks. The rest of the tracks are divided into several categories which are mostly fictional.
Unlike most racing simulation software which are usually made to focus on real-life racing tracks with just a few additional fictional tracks to race on, Gran Turismo Sport has as many fictional tracks compared to the real-life tracks.
After all, Gran Turismo Sport has some of the best fictional tracks in the world of simulation racing, including Sardegna and the famous Tokyo Expressway.
Can you get more tracks on Gran Turismo Sport?
Unfortunately, not all of the 60 tracks are directly available for you to choose from.
Do not worry, you do not have to make additional purchases to unlock all of the tracks, but you will have to achieve a certain level to unlock more track options.
The good news is that leveling up is not that hard.
The key is to simply be persistent until you make your way to level 20, where you will be able to unlock the majority of the available race tracks.
What tracks are in Gran Turismo Sport?
As mentioned above, there are almost an equal amount of real-life race tracks compared to the number of fictional tracks in Gran Turismo Sport.
With exactly 28 real-life tracks that are made with exceptional details, Gran Turismo Sport is a dream software for racing enthusiasts around the world.
For those of you wanting to explore fictional tracks, Gran Turismo Sport offers different types of fictional tracks from regular race tracks, city tracks/circuits, and also dirt/snow tracks, which you may not find in any other sim racing game.
Here is the full list of tracks in Gran Turismo Sport:
Real World Circuits
- Autódromo de Interlagos
- Autodromo Nazionale Monza
- Autopolis International Racing Course
- Brands Hatch GP
- Brands Hatch Indy
- Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Grand Prix Layout
- Circuit de la Sarthe
- Circuit de la Sarthe – No Chicane
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
- Fuji International Speedway
- Goodwood Motor Circuit
- Mount Panorama
- Nürburgring 24h
- Nürburgring GP/F
- Nürburgring Nordschleife
- Red Bull Ring
- Red Bull Ring Short Track
- Suzuka Circuit
- Suzuka Circuit East
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- WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
- Willow Springs (Big Willow)
- Willow Springs (Horse Thief Mile)
- Willow Springs (Streets of Willow)
- Alsace – Village
- Autodrome Lago Maggiore
- Broad Bean Raceway
- Blue Moon Bay Speedway
- Blue Moon Bay Speedway – Infield A & Infield B
- Circuit de Sainte-Croix – A, B & C
- Dragon Trail – Seaside
- Dragon Trail – Gardens
- Kyoto Driving Park – Yamagiwa + Miyabi
- Kyoto Driving Park – Miyabi
- Kyoto Driving Park – Yamagiwa
- Northern Isle Speedway
- Northern Isle Speedway – Infield
- Sardegna – Road Track – A – B & C
- Special Stage Route X
City street Circuits (Tokyo Expressway)
- Central Inner Loop
- Central Outer Loop
- East Inner Loop
- East Outer Loop
- South Inner Loop
- South Outer Loop
- Colorado Springs – Lake
- Fisherman’s Ranch
- Sardegna – Windmills
The GT Sport best tracks
If you ever find it confusing to choose from the track option in Gran Turismo, we recommend you to give these stand out tracks a try:
Tokyo Expressway is a fictional city circuit that is available in 5 different configurations.
While it may be fictional, Tokyo Expressway was created for sim racers who want to experience street racing in one of the busiest cities in the world, Tokyo.
In terms of scenery and the quality of the racing environment in Tokyo Expressway, we have to give it all to Gran Turismo Sport as this is one of the best fictional race tracks that you can find in any racing simulation software.
Mount Panorama is a real-life race track located in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia.
This track itself is the home of some of the most prestigious races in the world of racing, including the phenomenal Bathurst 1000.
Mount Panorama is such a great track to race in because it has a layout that supports a fast-paced race with unforgiving turns which can be very challenging to overcome.
Upon racing in Mount Panorama, you will be able to set the time for dawn, morning, noon, afternoon, evening, night, and even during sunset, which is always one of the plus points of racing with Gran Turismo Sport.
Goodwood Motor Circuit
Goodwood Motor Circuit is a historic race track located in Chichester, Southern England.
This track has always been known as an idyllic race site with scenery that includes the Goodwood Airport.
More importantly, the track itself is known for its high-speed course with numerous high-speed corners, which is essentially the formula for a thrilling and challenging race.
Fuji International Speedway
If you are looking for a track to test out your maximum speed and performance, look no further than the Fuji International Speedway, a beautiful race track known for its 1.5 km long straight.
Additionally, you will face a combination of mid and high-speed corners where your overall racing coordination will be tested.
Autódromo de Interlagos
Last but not least, we highly recommend Autódromo de Interlagos, a rare counter-clockwise track located in Brazil.
The track itself is known as the legendary Aryton Senna’s favorite race track. However, a race in Autódromo de Interlagos is never an easy race.
The track is filled with tight sections and long G corners which are extremely hard to adapt with.
While it may be quite hard to race in this particular race track, Autódromo de Interlagos is one of the best race tracks for you to see how your skills have generally improved.
Thus, we do recommend giving this track a try every once in a while.