GT Sport continues the long Gran Turismo tradition of adding new fictional tracks to the ever growing list.
Two such tracks that we were lucky enough to get on to and spend a bit of time with, were the Blue Moon Bay Speedway and the Dragon Trail Seaside circuits.
The former is an oval track which features impressive amounts of detail and colour thanks to a transformation compared to earlier builds. Each turn requires a different approach, many cars will be flat around one bend for instance, while the sharpest will require you to brake and change down to either 5th or 4th gear. You can view the track in action below.
Dragon Trail Seaside is a very interesting circuit (with an equally interesting name) which features satisfying flowing turns and fast chicanes which promised to be a lot of fun to tackle. Throw in some heavy braking zones for some really tight turns and you have a track that will keep you on your toes, as seen below.
Whenever new fictional tracks make their way in to the world of Gran Turismo, you can't help but wonder if they will be a future classic and rank alongside fan favourites such as the Grand Valley Speedway, High Speed Ring and Trial Mountain.
I believe Dragon Trail Seaside certainly has potential to become iconic thanks to its mix of turns both fast and slow. It just remains to be seen if it stands the test of time, regardless I personally would like to see its inclusion in the upcoming Gran Turismo 7 title.