Gran Turismo 7 Complete Track List – Every Track So Far
Gran Turismo 7 will feature a huge track list with over 90 track routes available at launch. Here is a complete list of every track confirmed so far.
Gran Turismo 7 is looking like it will feature one of the largest track lists of any game in the series so far. There are over 90 route variations confirmed so far for launch. These route variations are split across a number of real-world and fictional tracks.
If you were a fan of GT Sport, the good news is that every track that is featured in GT Sport will be in Gran Turismo 7. The final number of tracks variations in GT Sport is at 83 currently, spread across 29 tracks and locations. These will all be in GT7 at launch.
As with all Gran Turismo games, GT7 will feature a mixture of real-world locations and fictional circuits. Many of the fan favourite fictional tracks from past games will make a return in GT7.
Will Trial Mountain and High Speed Ring be in GT7?
This includes the legendary Trial Mountain and High Speed Ring. Both of these tracks were left out of GT Sport for the first time ever in the series. But both make a return for GT7.
Both Trial Mountain and High Speed Ring both look to have some improvements since they were last seen in a Gran Turismo game.
Will Daytona be in GT7?
Daytona International Speedway has been confirmed to be returning to Gran Turismo 7. PlayStation itself recently confirmed the addition of Daytona in GT7 in a tweet. This addition will include the superspeedway and the road course.
Will Albert Park, Melbourne be in GT7?
Albert Park, famous for holding the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix from 1996 after its reopening has never featured in a Gran Turismo game. It wasn’t even included in the motorsport-heavy GT Sport.
However, a video that has been published on the Spanish PlayStation YouTube channel has hinted that Albert Park may make it into the final GT7 track list.
The video itself shows two esports drivers, GT Academy champion Lucas Ordonez and Gran Turismo Online Championship champion Coque Lopez talking about the upcoming GT7 as well as past Gran Turismo games.
The interesting thing to note is the set which both Ordonez and Lopez are filmed in. On the wall, behind the two esports drivers is a framed track map of Albert Park.
Now, this could be a huge coincidence, but because the set would have been purpose-built for this interview. The inclusion of the Albert Park artwork would have been well considered. This could be a hint towards a future announcement.
Albert Park itself has been heavily modified for the 2022 Formula 1 season, but due to the pandemic, no one has seen cars racing around the new layout. If Polyphony Digital managed to secure the rights to Albert Park, they could be the first game to feature this new track layout.
GT 7 Complete track list
Below is every track featured in the Asia-Pacific region, including the legendary Mount Panorama in Australia.
- Autopolis International Racing Course (Real Circuit)
- Broad Bean Raceway (Fictional)
- Fuji International Speedway (Real Circuit)
- High Speed Ring (Fictional)
- Kyoto Driving Park (Fictional)
- Yamagiwa + Miyabi
- Mount Panorama (Real Circuit)
- Suzuka Circuit (Real Circuit)
- Suzuka Circuit East
- Tokyo Expressway (Fictional)
- Central Inner Loop
- Central Outer Loop
- East Inner Loop
- East Outer Loop
- South Inner Loop
- South Outer Loop
- Tsukuba Circuit (Real Circuit)
- Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace (Real Circuit)
- Blue Moon Bay Speedway (Fictional)
- Colorado Springs (Fictional)
- Daytona International Speedway (Real Circuit)
- Daytona Superspeedway
- Daytona Road Course
- Fisherman’s Ranch (Fictional)
- Northern Isle Speedway (Fictional)
- Trial Mountain Circuit (Fictional)
- Special Stage Route X (Fictional)
- WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca (Real Circuit)
- Willow Springs International Raceway (Real Circuit)
- Big Willow
- Alsace – Village (Fictional)
- Autodrome Lago Maggiore (Fictional)
- Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Real Circuit)
- Brands Hatch(Real Circuit)
- Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Real Circuit)
- Circuit de la Sarthe (Real Circuit)
- Circuit de Sainte-Croix (Fictional)
- Circuit de Sainte-Croix – A
- Circuit de Sainte-Croix – B
- Circuit de Sainte-Croix – C
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (Real Circuit)
- Dragon Trail (Fictional)
- Goodwood Motor Circuit (Real Circuit)
- Nürburgring (Real Circuit)
- Nürburgring 24h
- Red Bull Ring (Real Circuit)
- Sardegna (Fictional)
- Road Track – A
- Road Track – B
- Road Track – C
- Deep Forest Raceway (Fictional)
Gran Turismo 7 full car list
Gran Turismo 7 will feature over 420 cars which have been confirmed so far. For a comprehensive list, check out our Gran Turismo 7 complete car list guide.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will Trial Mountain be in GT7?
Trial Mountain has been confirmed to be in Gran Turismo 7 at launch.
Will High Speed Ring be in GT7?
High Speed Ring has been confirmed to be in Gran Turismo 7 at launch, returning after being left out of GT Sport.
Will Daytona be in GT7?
Daytona International will be in Gran Turismo 7, with both superspeedway and road course layouts.
How many tracks will ther be in Gran Turismo 7?
There will be over 90 track routes in GT7 at launch, split across real-world and fictional track locations.