Gran Turismo 7: Japanese Tracks List

Are you looking to craft your driving skill on some of the best Japanese tracks in the game?

Gran Turismo 7 features some really challenging Japanese tracks that are perfect for those who want to learn and master the art of driving.

How many Japanese tracks are there in Gran Turismo 7?

In GT7 there’s a total of 15 Japanese tracks including famous ones like Suzuka and Fuji International Speedway.

Out of those, 8 are fictional tracks and 7 are based on real-world locations.

What Japanese tracks are there in Gran Turismo 7?

Here’s a list of all the Japanese tracks available in Gran Turismo 7:

  • Autopolis
  • Autopolis (Shortcut Course)
  • Broad Bean Raceway [Fictional]
  • Fuji International Speedway
  • Fuji International Speedway (Short Course)
  • High Speed Ring [Fictional]
  • Suzuka Circuit
  • Suzuka Circuit East Course
  • Kyoto Driving Park Wamagiwa
  • Kyoto Driving Park Miyabi
  • Kyoto Driving Park Yamagiwa + Miyabi
  • Tokyo Expressway Central [Fictional]
  • Tokyo Expressway East [Fictional]
  • Tokyo Expressway South [Fictional]
  • Tsukuba Circuit

Let’s now have a look into some of them in more detail.

Autopolis

The Autopolis circuit is a 4.674 km long track located in Oita Prefecture, Japan.

The track features 20 corners and a main straight that is 1.2 km long.

The Autopolis circuit has been used by various racing series over the years including the Super GT, Formula Nippon, and the All-Japan Formula Three Championship.

In Gran Turismo 7, the Autopolis circuit is featured as both a full circuit and a shortcut course.

Suzuka

The Suzuka circuit is a 5.807 km long track located in Mie Prefecture, Japan.

The track features 18 corners and a main straight that is 1.25 km long.

The Suzuka circuit is best known for being the venue of the annual Japanese Grand Prix of the Formula One World Championship.

The Suzuka circuit has also been used by various other racing series over the years including the Super GT, the Super Formula, and the Suzuka 8 Hours endurance race.

In Gran Turismo 7, the Suzuka circuit is featured as both a full circuit and an east course.

Fuji Speedway

The Fuji Speedway is a 4.531 km long track located in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

The track features 16 corners and a main straight that is 1.1 km long.

The Fuji Speedway is best known for being the venue of the annual Japanese Grand Prix of the World Endurance Championship.

The Fuji Speedway has also been used by various other racing series over the years including the Super GT, the Super Formula, and the Fuji 300km endurance race.

In Gran Turismo 7, the Fuji Speedway is featured as both a full circuit and a shortcut course.

Tsukuba

The Tsukuba Circuit is a 2.070 km long track located in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan.

The track features 12 corners and a main straight that is 400m long.

This Circuit is best known for being the venue of the annual Japanese Touring Car Championship.

Conclusion

So there you have it, a list with all of the Japanese tracks available in Gran Turismo 7.

Which one will you start racing on first?

Remember that there are quite a few fictional tracks available too so if you’re looking for a challenge, those might be the ones for you!

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