Our latest preview video of GT Sport features the new Northern Isle Speedway.
The Northern Isle Speedway is a short oval track and you can soon clock up the laps especially if you are driving a GT3 racer like we are from Aston Martin.
With E3 kicking very shortly anticipation for new details on GT Sport is growing, as always we'll keep you guys up to date with all the latest developments.
You can view the Northern Isle Speedway in action in the video below.
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