Page 1 of 1

Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 15:52
by PJTierney
Circuit data for Gran Turismo 6 is now on the Wiki.

At a glance you will be able to see which circuits have adjustable time/weather, and also when a particular layout was last used in an official race.

All GT6 events held so far have been included, along with the upcoming Special Event 36 and Season 16 :)

Re: Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 17:01
by ajokay
Crikey, nice work PJ. Can me make the circuit names into links to the circuit pages? Would make good sense.

Re: Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 17:14
by PJTierney
ajokay wrote:Crikey, nice work PJ. Can me make the circuit names into links to the circuit pages? Would make good sense.


Can do, shouldn't take long to add [[ ]] to each location.

Re: Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 17:21
by craighypheno
If you wanted to be really thorough, you could add which hours the time variation for each track has...

Amazing stuff though!

Re: Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 17:25
by PJTierney
craighypheno wrote:If you wanted to be really thorough, you could add which hours the time variation for each track has...


Nah, just the basics will do. Wanted to do it now rather than wait a few months. This way we can see which circuits we haven't raced at when putting together Seasons/Special Events.

Speaking of, the only layouts to be used more than once so far (excluding using it twice in one night) has been Red Bull Ring (Full), which was used for Green Turismo and the Red Bull Cup of Gran Turismo.

Re: Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 19:03
by Don Patch
Great job!!

I´ve just realized you never raced in Motegi. Maybe you raced many times, with different games?

Re: Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 19:13
by PJTierney
Don Patch wrote:Great job!!

I´ve just realized you never raced in Motegi. Maybe you raced many times, with different games?

It was a popular choice in Forza 4, especially Motegi East.

Re: Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 19:17
by DanThorn
Indeed, we raced on Forza 4 for a long time and we became pretty bored of most of circuits so that's why we're giving some tracks on GT6 a wide berth at the moment. We will do places like Motegi and Laguna Seca soon though :)

Re: Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 22:29
by Don Patch
Don´t get me wrong, I´m just curious. In factNo rush for racing any track in particular.

Just a bit sad, as I see G. Valley was used on last season, so I´ll have to wait a lot to race there... ;)

Well, I´m not very nostalgic about my country, these days, but after a few online races at La Sierra, I have to recommend it as a great one. I´m not suggesting to race officially there, just saying how funny it is for road cars. For those of you who never raced there, you must give it a shot.

Re: Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 23:01
by PJTierney
I end up in Nordschleife lobbies usually, that's a circuit I'll never get tired of. Sierra's a nice addition but feels too smooth and plain for me, too many full throttle slightly curving roads.

Re: Circuits

Posted: 04 Jan 2015, 23:20
by craighypheno
Sierra could be great fun in the right type of car I think. High-end road cars could be a proper laugh around there.

Re: Circuits

Posted: 05 Jan 2015, 08:49
by PJTierney
craighypheno wrote:Sierra could be great fun in the right type of car I think. High-end road cars could be a proper laugh around there.

It'd be like a Top Gear road trip.