Have you been looking for the best F1 tracks to add to your collection in Gran Turismo 7?
Well, we’ve got you covered.
Does GT7 have F1 tracks?
Yes it has, and though this guide we will walk you through all of the F1 tracks currently featured in the game, and give our thoughts on each one.
Every sim racer wants to race on the best tracks, and with F1 being the most popular motorsports in the world, it’s no surprise that there are plenty of people out there looking for the best F1 tracks in Gran Turismo 7.
Luckily, Polyphony Digital has included a number of classic and more modern F1 tracks in the game for you to race on.
How many F1 tracks does GT7 have?
There are a total of 7 F1 tracks available in Gran Turismo 7 including the very popular Spa Francorchamps and Suzuka.
They’re not so many but remember that quantity doesn’t always equal quality.
Some of the tracks are better than others, and in this guide we will give you our thoughts on each one so that you can make an informed decision on which ones are worth your time.
What F1 tracks are there in GT7?
All the Formula 1 tracks included in Gran Turismo 7 are:
- Spa Francorchamps (Belgium)
- Monza (Italy)
- Red Bull Ring (Austria)
- Interlagos (Brazil)
- Suzuka (Japan)
- Barcelona (Spain)
- Nurburgring (Germany)
Let’s have a look at each of them in more detail.
The Spa Francorchamps is one of the most popular and historic F1 tracks in the world.
It’s located in the Ardennes forest in Belgium and is by far the longest track on the F1 calendar.
It’s also one of the most challenging, with a number of fast and technical corners that require a lot of skill to master.
Monza is another historic F1 track, and is located just outside of Milan in Italy.
It’s the fastest track on the F1 calendar, and is known for its long straights and high-speed corners.
Red Bull Ring
The Red Bull Ring is a newer track, having only been built in 2011.
It’s located in Austria, and is one of the shorter tracks on the F1 calendar.
It’s particularly known for its elevation changes and stunning views.
Interlagos is located in Brazil, and is one of the most popular tracks on the F1 calendar.
It’s a very fast and challenging track, with a number of long straights and high-speed corners.
Suzuka is located in Japan, and is one of the most iconic tracks in the world.
It’s known for its unique figure-of-eight layout, and is one of the most technically demanding tracks on the F1 calendar.
Barcelona is located in Spain, and is one of the most popular and iconic tracks in Formula 1.
Its got high speed corners and a high degradation asphalt making the races very interesting to watch.
Last but not least we have Nurburgring GP located in Germany.
Differently from the Nordscheife, the GP track is quite short but it’s still a very technical and challenging layout.
So there you have it, a full list of all the F1 tracks currently available in Gran Turismo 7.
Which one is your favorite?