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|roadway = Tarmac
 
|roadway = Tarmac
 
|length = 6.43 Miles/10.34km (GT3 and GT4), 3.257 Miles/5.242km (GT and GT2)}}
 
|length = 6.43 Miles/10.34km (GT3 and GT4), 3.257 Miles/5.242km (GT and GT2)}}
 
 
   
 
The '''Test Course''' is an extremely large oval circuit that appears in all Gran Turismo games up to and including [[Gran Turismo 4]]. In [[Gran Turismo 5]] and [[Gran Turismo 6]] it is replaced by the [[Special Stage Route X]]. The course is extremely long, with 2 long straightways and 2 extremely wide turns. Many players use this course to find out the top speed and acceleration of their cars.
 
The '''Test Course''' is an extremely large oval circuit that appears in all Gran Turismo games up to and including [[Gran Turismo 4]]. In [[Gran Turismo 5]] and [[Gran Turismo 6]] it is replaced by the [[Special Stage Route X]]. The course is extremely long, with 2 long straightways and 2 extremely wide turns. Many players use this course to find out the top speed and acceleration of their cars.
   
 
==Sector 1==
 
==Sector 1==
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You start off near the pit lanes and a couple of stands. As soon as the race begins, you'll want to get to top speed as fast as possible. The 400m mark ends the first sector.
 
 
You start off near the pit lanes and a couple of stands. As soon as the race begins, you'll want to get to top speed as fast as possible.
 
 
 
   
 
==Sector 2==
 
==Sector 2==
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Keep going full throttle until you reach the 1000m mark.
 
 
When you reach the first turn, keep holding the gas and don't let go, mainly because the turn is very wide.
 
 
 
   
 
==Sector 3==
 
==Sector 3==
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After passing the 1000m mark, should you reach the first turn, keep holding the gas and don't let go, mainly because the turn is very wide.
   
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==Sector 4==
 
 
After another long straightway and another wide turn, the finish line is at the end of the last wide turn.
 
After another long straightway and another wide turn, the finish line is at the end of the last wide turn.
   
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====Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec====
 
====Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec====
 
 
=====Beginner Level=====
 
=====Beginner Level=====
 
*[[Spyder and Roadster (GT3)|Spyder and Roadster]]
 
*[[Spyder and Roadster (GT3)|Spyder and Roadster]]
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[[Category:GT4 Circuits]]
 
[[Category:GT4 Circuits]]
 
[[Category:Pages to add a talk page to (temp)]]
 
[[Category:Pages to add a talk page to (temp)]]
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[[Category:Fictional Circuits]]

Revision as of 06:27, April 2, 2015

Test Course
Circuit Length 6.43 Miles/10.34km (GT3 and GT4), 3.257 Miles/5.242km (GT and GT2)
Track Type Fictional
Road Type Tarmac
Appears in Gran Turismo
Gran Turismo 2
Gran Turismo 3 A-spec
Gran Turismo 4
Gran Turismo PSP


The Test Course is an extremely large oval circuit that appears in all Gran Turismo games up to and including Gran Turismo 4. In Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Turismo 6 it is replaced by the Special Stage Route X. The course is extremely long, with 2 long straightways and 2 extremely wide turns. Many players use this course to find out the top speed and acceleration of their cars.

Sector 1

You start off near the pit lanes and a couple of stands. As soon as the race begins, you'll want to get to top speed as fast as possible. The 400m mark ends the first sector.

Sector 2

Keep going full throttle until you reach the 1000m mark.

Sector 3

After passing the 1000m mark, should you reach the first turn, keep holding the gas and don't let go, mainly because the turn is very wide.

Sector 4

After another long straightway and another wide turn, the finish line is at the end of the last wide turn.

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