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Super Speedway is an original track from the Gran Turismo series. It was featured in Gran Turismo 2 and Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec before being replaced by the real-life Twin Ring Motegi Super Speedway (which has fewer stands and no roof for them).

Track Highlights[]

First appearing in Gran Turismo 2, the 1.5 mile track is most recognizable by the second, tighter corner being covered like a stadium, and a huge lap time counter on the front straight. A fairly standard oval track; wide, flat road space, bounded entirely by walls, with the second turn being tighter than the first. Changed slightly for Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec, the covered portions over the turn were removed (although they were there in the demo versions of the game), the pit entry was moved to the back straight, and a host of graphical improvements were made for the more powerful PlayStation 2.

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Super Speedway 1 Lap Attack - GT3 A-Spec



Gran Turismo 2 - Super Speedway Reverse

  • In Gran Turismo 2, there exists an unused reverse version of Super Speedway. Unlike the other tracks in the game, this track has a different starting grid layout (see video). Just like the reverse version of Laguna Seca, there is no AI pathfinding, they will either stand still or drive straight into the first wall and remain there; you can not pit in either. The track also features its own unique replay cameras.
  • The Gran Turismo 3 version of this track has the longest pit lane among the various tracks in the Gran Turismo series.
  • Both Super Speedway and the Twin Ring Motegi's counterpart feature layout that is similar to Darlington Raceway, a track known by NASCAR as being "too tough to tame".
  • In Gran Turismo 4 Prologue, the hidden track "test" features the GT3 version of Super Speedway, but with broken level of detail (objects would appear and disappear at whim) and a dusk skybox.
  • An logo icon for Super Speedway can be found on Gran Turismo 5's game data files, as well on the Gran Turismo website during the period the game's web-based Remote Racing features were operational.[1][2]