Looking for a comprehensive list of all of the tracks available on Gran Turismo 7?
As you can imagine, with so many tracks available to choose it becomes really important to be able to filter them according to your own specific needs.
The good news is that we’ve got you covered.
Below, you’ll find a complete list of all the tracks available on Gran Turismo 7, sorted between real world and fictional circuits.
So without further ado, let’s dive into it.
Table of Contents
- How many tracks are there in GT7?
- What tracks are on GT7?
- Real world GT7 Tracks
- GT7 Fictional Tracks
- Does GT7 have real tracks?
- Does GT7 have Nurburgring?
- What’s the best track on GT7?
- Will GT7 add more tracks?
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How many tracks are there in GT7?
As of June 2022 there are 34 different tracks (18 real-world and 16 fictional tracks) with an extra 63 circuit layouts.
That means in total there are 97 different circuit variations to drive on in Gran Turismo 7.
But most importantly, the very popular race tracks like Spa, Monza, Bathurst, Nordschleife and Laguna Seca are all available to drive.
What tracks are on GT7?
Here’s the complete list of real-world and fictional tracks on GT7:
Real world GT7 Tracks
- Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace (Interlagos)
- Autopolis (2 variations)
- Autodromo Nazionale di Monza (Monza)
- Brands Hatch
- Circuit de Barcelona
- Circuit de la Sarthe (Le Mans)
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (Spa)
- Daytona International Speedway
- Fuji International Speedway (2 variations)
- Goodwood Motor Circuit
- Mount Panorama (Bathurst)
- Nurburgring GP
- Nurburgring Nordschleife
- Red Bull Ring
- Suzuka Circuit
- Tsukuba Circuit
- Laguna Seca
- Willow Springs (4 variations)
GT7 Fictional Tracks
- Alsace Village
- Autodrome Lago Maggiore (7 variations)
- Blue Moon Bay Speedway (3 variations)
- Broad Bean Raceway
- Circuit Sainte-Croix (4 variations)
- Colorado Springs
- Deep Forest Raceway
- Dragon Trail (3 variations)
- Fishermans Ranch
- High Speed Ring
- Kyoto Driving Park (3 variations)
- Northern Isle Speedway
- Sardegna Road/Windmills (5 variations)
- Special Stage Route X
- Tokyo Expressway (6 variations)
- Trial Mountain
Does GT7 have real tracks?
Yes, Gran Turismo 7 has a total of 18 real-world tracks with multiple variations including the very famous Spa Francorchamps, Monza, Bathurst, Daytona, Laguna Seca and Nordschleife.
Does GT7 have Nurburgring?
GT7 includes both the Nurburgring GP as well as the very famous Nordschleife which is one of the most favoured tracks by racing fans.
What’s the best track on GT7?
Despite being very subjective, most sim drivers believe Spa Francorchamps and Bathurst to be the best tracks on GT7.
Will GT7 add more tracks?
Absolutely, Gran Turismo 7 will likely add new tracks in future updates and DLC releases.
Polyphony Digital has in fact the aim to offer some of the best tracks in the world for their game. So we can expect more to come!
Alright, so here was the complete list of all the tracks available on Gran Turismo 7.
We hope this will help you in deciding which ones to try out next time you’re looking for a new circuit to race on!
Remember that you can always come back here to check for updates, as we’ll be sure to add any new tracks that get released in the future.
As always, happy sim racing!
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