Ultimate Forza Motorsport 7 Track List
Are you looking for the ultimate tracks to explore in Forza Motorsport 7? We’re taking a look at every track the game has to offer in this guide.
- Forza Motorsport 7 – The Tracks The Fans Wanted
- What’s Next For Forza Motorsport?
- Forza Motorsport 7 Full Track List
After several years in the making, Forza Motorsport 7 finally hit the shelves and online storefronts on October 3rd, 2017, much to the delight of racing game enthusiasts worldwide.
Developed by Turn 10 Studios, the game was the tenth installment of the much-loved Xbox and PC-exclusive Forza Motorsport series, which provides gamers the opportunity to race on some of the world’s most prestigious circuits alongside exciting fantasy tracks.
Featuring over 700 cars and more than 200 track configurations spanning across 32 locations, this provided fans with more selection than ever before in the franchise’s history.
Despite this impressive list, some notable exclusions which fans had been screaming out for, including the drift-haven Japanese mountain touge layout, Fujimi Kaido, were sadly once again absent from the final roster.
Turn 10 instead included Dubai (Jebel Hafeet Mountain Road and Urban Center) as a brand-new entry to the series, with eight variations of the tricky fantasy circuits.
And fans weren’t left entirely disappointed, as some of the popular past-era Xbox 360 offerings such as Maple Valley Raceway, Mugello Autodromo Internazionale, and Suzuka Circuit made their first appearances to the series since Forza Motorsport 4.
While the tracklist was far beyond what their main competitor, Gran Turismo, had provided with GT Sport for the Playstation platform, Project Cars 2 blew both of them out of the water when it came to the number of tracks on offer, with an impressive total of 60 locations - almost doubling FM7’s tally.
Many fans hoped that there would be additions further down the line as time progressed. However, with Turn 10’s plans solely focused on the upcoming next-gen Forza Motorsport game (that we assumed would be titled Forza Motorsport 8), the hope for new tracks is looking less likely than ever.
Forza Motorsport 7 – The Tracks The Fans Wanted
Although Forza 7 provided us with more tracks than ever, there were still so many tracks missing from the final game that we would’ve loved to have seen included in the final tracklist, especially as drifting fans.
We loved seeing Maple Valley back. It’s a fantastic fantasy track for drift fans.
Suzuka was also a welcome return, and it’s great to see a JDM circuit, but we were also hoping to see the return of the likes of Tsukuba, Fuji Speedway, and Twin Ring Motegi alongside it.
Speaking of Japanese tracks, how incredible would it be to see the Ebisu Circuit tracks in Forza Motorsport one day? Ebisu offers some of the craziest tracks on the planet, and Minami would be an insane addition to the series.
It’s not all about the real tracks either, and drift fans sorely miss Fujimi Kaido.
Providing the authentic Initial D vibes to Forza Motorsport, Fujimi was a fantasy Japanese touge track set on the twisty mountain roads of Japan.
Fujimi Kaido appeared in Forza Motorsport 3 and Forza Motorsport 4 and was one of the many reasons that hardcore Forza fans believe that FM4 was the best Forza game ever created.
When asked about Fujimi, Creative Director Dan Greenawalt stated, “Even in the Xbox 360 generation, Fujimi was the most difficult and time-consuming track to make”.
Given that they later went on to re-create an incredibly vast open-world map of the Scottish countryside with Forza Horizon 4, it sounds a little far-fetched that they can’t re-work the old Fujimi Kaido map to suit the modern generation.
With the Xbox Series X Forza Motorsport looming around the corner, will we finally get to re-experience these legendary additions to the series?
Alongside the missing circuits, another addition that many fans believe is still missing from the Forza Motorsport franchise is the lack of off-road alternatives.
With Rallycross taking motorsport by storm in recent years, there are so many more options to explore when it comes to off-roading.
The ability to explore beyond the circuits is another feature that was executed perfectly in Forza Horizon 4, and we’d be incredibly disappointed if off-roading doesn’t get integrated into the next-gen game.
What’s Next For Forza Motorsport?
With the announcement confirmed for the next-gen Forza Motorsport game, and Forza Horizon 5 looking increasingly closer to a release date, it’s exciting times for the franchise.
A new console provides the perfect opportunity to create an incredible game, and we’re incredibly excited about the potential opportunities they could have in store.
When it comes to a tracklist for the upcoming game, we’ve only seen two in the teaser trailer so far, but based on that, we can conclude that the following will feature in the next-gen Forza Motorsport game:
- Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca
- Maple Valley Raceway
Turn 10 has made several hints that Fujimi Kaido may well be making a return, alongside announcing that they’re working on several fantasy tracks.
If this is the case, the creators may well be trying to fulfill the eager drift fans’ needs. We can only hope, right?!
Forza Motorsport 7 Full Track List
Here’s the full list of tracks that are available within the Forza Motorsport 7 game in 2020.
Included in this list are 122 tracks and circuits (with Reverse layouts and Test Tracks) and 197 variations when including night, rain, and drag strips.
The most significant racetrack in Australian history has provided one of the most incredibly challenging door-to-door race experiences since the 1930s.
Mount Panorama is a 3.861-mile track, which is traditionally a public road when there aren’t any events.
It’s best known for legendary races such as the Bathurst 1000 and the Bathurst 12 Hour events.
There’s only one layout for this track in Forza Motorsport 7, which is the traditional racing layout.
- Bathurst Mount Panorama Circuit – 3.86 miles
Set in the Swiss Alps, the fantasy Bernese Alps were introduced in Forza Motorsport 4 and provide incredible high-altitude scenery to enjoy.
These dual-lane mountain roads will quickly catch you out but are also provide the perfect opportunity for some high-speed wall-tapping once you’ve refined your drifting skills.
There are six layout variations to choose from within the Bernese Alps:
- Bernese Alps Club Circuit – 2.52 miles
- Bernese Alps Club Circuit Reverse – 2.52 miles
- Bernese Alps Festival Circuit – 3.63 miles
- Bernese Alps Festival Circuit Reverse – 3.63 miles
- Bernese Alps Stadtplatz Circuit – 3.08 miles
- Bernese Alps Stadtplatz Circuit Reverse – 3.08 miles
Quite possibly the most legendary circuits in British motorsport, Brands Hatch has been welcoming motorsport fans worldwide since the 1940s.
This tight and technical circuit provides an intense, fast-paced Indy layout, alongside a longer-scenic layout, which allows you to take in the British countryside a little more.
Brands Hatch was used for the British Grand Prix between 1964 and 1986 and has remained one of the most popular tracks in the UK, with DTM, Blancpain, and the British Touring Car Championship becoming its most popular events on the calendar.
- Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit – 2.43 miles
- Brands Hatch Indy Circuit – 1.20 miles
Circuit de Catalunya
Providing a satisfying mix of long straights combined with a variety of corners, this Spanish circuit is a great all-rounder.
After the track was built in 1991, it hosted the Spanish Grand Prix in the same year and has become a frequent addition to the calendar ever since.
There are three layouts to choose from within Forza Motorsport 7:
- Circuit de Catalunya Grand Prix Circuit – 2.89 miles
- Circuit de Catalunya National Circuit – 1.85 miles
- Circuit de Catalunya School Circuit – 1.06 miles
Circuit Of The Americas
Circuit of the Americas is the first circuit in the US to be purpose-built for F1, and is located in Austin, Texas.
Often earning the title as one of the most impressive modern tracks, Circuit of the Americas featured in the 2019 F1 World Championship calendar.
You’re able to get behind the wheel of three different layouts on FM7:
- Circuit Of The Americas East Route
- Circuit Of The Americas Grand Prix Circuit – 3.43 miles
- Circuit Of The Americas West Route
Daytona International Speedway
Located in Daytona Beach, Florida, this US track certainly needs no introduction.
After opening in 1959, it’s been home to the most famous race on the NASCAR calendar, the Daytona 500.
As well as the traditional circuit, there are two additional layouts to push your skills to the limit in Forza Motorsport 7.
- Daytona Short Circuit – 2.94 miles
- Daytona Sports Car Circuit – 3.59 miles
- Daytona Tri-Oval Circuit – 2.50 miles
This brand-new addition to the Forza Motorsport lineup takes you to the scorching mountain roads of Dubai.
On this fictional track, you’ll get to appreciate sights such as the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, as well as driving under Dubai International Airport.
‘Dubai’ has been based on the Jebel Hafeet Mountain Road, which is actually in Abu Dhabi, and is an extremely satisfying track to drift once you get used to the tricky corners and elevation changes.
- Dubai City Circuit – 2.39 miles
- Dubai City Circuit Alt – 2.38 miles
- Dubai City Circuit Alt Reverse – 2.38 miles
- Dubai City Circuit Reverse – 2.39 miles
- Dubai Full Circuit – 4.51 miles
- Dubai Full Circuit Reverse – 4.51 miles
- Dubai Mountain Circuit – 2.57 miles
- Dubai Mountain Circuit Reverse – 2.57 miles
This old-school German circuit was opened in 1932 and has been one of Germany’s most famous tracks ever since.
Also known as the Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg, the circuit most recently hosted the German rounds of the 2018 and 2019 Formula One series.
There are once again three layouts for you to choose from if you wish to explore what Hockenheimring has to offer in Forza 7:
- Hockenheimring Full Circuit – 2.84 miles
- Hockenheimring National Circuit – 2.29 miles
- Hockenheimring Short Circuit – 1.64 miles
Homestead Miami Speedway
With six variations within the game to choose from, this US-based Florida NASCAR circuit is best known for featuring in the NASCAR and IndyCar series.
- Homestead Miami Mini Circuit – 1.31 miles
- Homestead Miami Road Circuit – 2.21 miles
- Homestead Miami Road Circuit Alt – 2.28 miles
- Homestead Miami Speedway Circuit – 1.50 miles
- Homestead Miami Speedway Circuit Alt – 1.42 miles
- Homestead Miami Super-Mini Circuit – 0.96 miles
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Located in Speedway, Indiana, in the US, this circuit is home to the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400 and once played host to the United States Grand Prix.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the third-oldest racetrack worldwide, dating back to 1909.
- Indianapolis Grand Prix Circuit - Classic – 2.60 miles
- Indianapolis Grand Prix Circuit Alt – 2.59 miles
- Indianapolis Grand Prix Speedway – 2.44 miles
- Indianapolis The Brickyard Speedway – 2.50 miles
Le Mans Circuit
Best known for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the oldest active endurance race in the world, which has been held annually since 1923.
This French track is undoubtedly one of the most well-known in the world, and you’ll have the chance to experience three layouts within the game:
- Le Mans Bugatti Circuit – 2.60 miles
- Le Mans Full Circuit – 8.48 miles
- Le Mans Old Mulsanne Circuit – 8.44 miles
Lime Rock Park
Lime Rock Park is another US-based circuit based in Lakeville, Connecticut.
Located in stunning parkland, this short, challenging, and intense track can often make for great drifting tandems, and there are four layouts to choose from in the game.
- Lime Rock Full Circuit – 1.50 miles
- Lime Rock Full Circuit Alt – 1.50 miles
- Lime Rock South Chicane – 1.47 miles
- Lime Rock West Chicane – 1.50 miles
After featuring in the Formula One Grand Prix, legendary driver James Hunt proclaimed Long Beach as the “Monaco of the West” after a memorable one-lap crash.
This epically intense unique street circuit in Long Beach, California, has hosted some of the most memorable motorsport moments since 1974.
It has gone on to become one of Formula Drift’s most incredible locations in recent years.
- Long Beach East Route – 1.34 miles
- Long Beach Full Circuit – 1.97 miles
- Long Beach West Route – 0.45 miles
Maple Valley Raceway
After a hiatus from Forza Motorsport 4, many Forza enthusiasts were delighted to see this fantasy track return to the lineup.
With long, sweeping turns, it makes for great drift battles and tandems. Combined with stunning scenery and exciting elevation changes, it’s easy to see why so many were happy to see it return to the series.
- Maple Valley Full Circuit – 2.99 miles
- Maple Valley Full Circuit Reverse – 2.99 miles
- Maple Valley Short Circuit – 1.15 miles
- Maple Valley Short Circuit Reverse – 1.15 miles
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
Now known as the Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca, this track has already been featured in the teaser trailers for the next-gen Forza Motorsport game alongside Maple Valley.
Best known for its Corkscrew, which features a steep downhill ‘S-curve’ which provides elevation changes of 5.5 stories in 450 feet, this will put your drifting skills to the test.
- Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Full Circuit – 2.24 miles
Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Another legendary circuit, which hosted its first race back in 1922, is one of the fastest and most dangerous tracks on the planet.
Except for 1980, the Italian circuit has hosted the Formula One Grand Prix every year since the series began, and it’s also frequently used for several GT and endurance Championships.
- Monza Full Circuit – 3.60 miles
- Monza Full Circuit Alt – 3.59 miles
- Monza Short Circuit – 1.51 miles
Mugello Autodromo Internazionale
Another Italian classic, the stunning Mugello Autodromo, is traditionally used for Ferarri’s F1 testing and is owned by Scuderia Ferrari.
Mugello was another circuit re-introduced for Forza 7, after disappearing from the series since the Xbox 360 Forza Motorsport 4.
- Club Circuit – 1.60 miles
- Full Circuit – 3.26 miles
Also known as “The Green Hell,” the Nurburgring certainly needs no introduction! After its opening in 1927, this incredible circuit is located on public roads throughout the German countryside.
The Nurburgring has played host to some of motorsport’s most incredible moments over the years and is best known for its 24-Hour races and the challenging ‘Carousel’.
- Nürburgring Full Circuit – 16.15 miles
- Nürburgring Nordschleife – 12.93 miles
- Nürburgring GP Circuit – 3.20 miles
This exciting street track set in Europe’s Czech Republic is another fantasy track created by Turn 10 Studios.
We thoroughly enjoy drifting on this picturesque yet challenging street track, which provides high-speed elevation and surface changes to keep you on your toes.
- Prague Full Circuit – 3.51 miles
- Prague Full Circuit Reverse – 3.51 miles
- Prague Short – 1.82 miles
- Prague Short Reverse – 1.82 miles
Rio de Janeiro
Another fantastic street track for drifting is Brazil’s Rio de Janerio, which features tight, twisty narrow streets for an epic drifting challenge.
The backdrop features Brazil’s most famous sights, such as Sugarloaf Mountain and Christ the Redeemer.
- Rio Coast Loop – 1.32 miles
- Rio Coast Loop Reverse – 1.32 miles
- Rio Full Circuit – 3.83 miles
- Rio Full Circuit Reverse – 3.83 miles
- Rio National Circuit – 2.84 miles
- Rio National Circuit Reverse – 2.84 miles
- Rio Mini Circuit – 0.68 miles
- Rio Mini Circuit Reverse – 0.68 miles
- Rio Mountain Circuit – 1.01 miles
- Rio Mountain Circuit Reverse – 1.01 miles
Road America is one of America’s oldest tracks, located in Wisconsin, which has hosted motorsport races since the 1950s.
- Road America East Route – 2.19 miles
- Road America Full Circuit – 4.05 miles
- Road America Full Circuit Alt – 4.12 miles
- Road America West Route – 2.17 miles
- Road America West Route Alt – 2.20 miles
Road Atlanta provides another opportunity for you to re-enact your favorite Formula Drift moments in Forza Motorsport 7.
The sweeping turns made for epic tandems or battles with your buddies online.
- Road Atlanta Club Circuit – 1.77 miles
- Road Atlanta Full Circuit – 2.54 miles
Sebring International Raceway
Part of US motorsport history since 1950, Sebring is one of America’s oldest tracks, providing three layouts for you to choose from in the game.
- Sebring Club Circuit – 1.70 miles
- Sebring Full Circuit – 3.70 miles
- Sebring Short Circuit – 2.13 miles
Silverstone Racing Circuit
A former Royal Air Force airfield, Silverstone has become one of the UK’s most infamous tracks and is best known for hosting F1 over the years.
Although there are no longer any drift events at this UK-based circuit, they sometimes host high-entry drift competitions, which can be awesome to re-enact in the game to practice your high-speed backward-entries.
- Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit – 3.19 miles
- Silverstone International Circuit – 2.25 miles
- Silverstone National Circuit – 1.64 miles
This time from Sonoma, California, another US-based circuit that features a 160-foot elevation change over twelve corners.
Sonoma is another exciting and challenging track for drifting within the game.
- Sonoma Full Circuit – 2.52 miles
- Sonoma Grand Prix Circuit – 2.22 miles
- Sonoma Short Circuit – 1.99 miles
Circuit de Spa Francorchamps
Open since 1921; this Eau Rouge circuit has become home to another legendary 24 Hour race, as well as one of the most extreme events on the F1 calendar.
- Circuit de Spa Francorchamps Full Circuit – 4.35 miles
Many were delighted to see the return of Suzuka Circuit, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint.
One of Japan’s oldest tracks, Suzuka, provides another exciting platform for practicing your drifting skills at the track with an impressive variation of high-speed and twisty challenges.
- Suzuka East Circuit – 1.40 miles
- Suzuka Full Circuit – 3.61 miles
- Suzuka Full Circuit Alt – 3.63 miles
- Suzuka West Circuit – 2.16 miles
- Suzuka West Circuit Alt – 2.17 miles
Test Track Airfield
Test Track Airfield is often a favorite for tuning and tweaking their drift tune and also provides an excellent opportunity to practice your gymkhana skills.
- Test Track Full Circuit – 1.74 miles
Top Gear Test Track
Based on the UK’s Dunsfold Aerodrome, this is where the “Star in a Reasonably Priced Car” has to set a hot-lap in the UK’s Top Gear series.
The layout isn’t the most exciting and can be tricky for drifting.
- Top Gear East Circuit – 0.94 miles
- Top Gear East Circuit Reverse – 0.94 miles
- Top Gear Full Circuit – 1.75 miles
- Top Gear Outer Loop – 1.42 miles
- Top Gear Outer Loop Reverse – 1.42 miles
- Top Gear West Circuit – 0.80 miles
- Top Gear West Circuit Reverse – 0.80 miles
Virginia International Raceway
Introduced to Forza Motorsport 6 as part of the Porsche Expansion, ‘VIR’ is one of America’s most popular tracks and often considered to be up there with the most challenging.
- Virginia International Raceway Full – 3.27 miles
- Virginia International Raceway Grand East – 4.20 miles
- Virginia International Raceway Grand West – 4.10 miles
- Virginia International Raceway North – 2.25 miles
- Virginia International Raceway Patriot – 1.10 miles
- Virginia International Raceway Patriot Alt – 1.63 miles
- Virginia International Raceway South – 1.65 miles
Also known as “The Glen”, this road course was built in 1956 and has been considered the home of North American racing ever since.
Watkins Glen played host to the Formula One World Championship for twenty years, spanning from 1961 until 1980.
- Watkins Glen Full Circuit – 3.37 miles
- Watkins Glen Full Circuit Alt – 3.36 miles
- Watkins Glen Short Circuit – 2.49 miles
- Watkins Glen Short Circuit Alt – 2.48 miles
Yas Marina Circuit
Located on the human-made Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, UAE, Yas Marina is arguably the most impressive modern-day circuit in the world.
Built at the cost of almost $7.5 billion, it was first featured in the F1 series in 2009 and included every year since then.
Several drift events, such as the King of Nations series, have been held at the circuit in recent years.
- Yas Marina Corkscrew – 2.95 miles
- Yas Marina Full Circuit – 3.45 miles
- Yas Marina North Corkscrew – 1.43 miles
- Yas Marina North Circuit – 1.96 miles
- Yas Marina South Circuit – 1.47 miles
As you can see, Forza Motorsport 7 provided a wide variety of tracks to explore, whether you’re looking to drift, race, or head to the drag strip.
Although the Forza Motorsport series is track-oriented, there’s also the Forza Horizon series, which is well worth taking a look at, if you haven’t already.
Instead of heading to the track for some legal action, Forza Horizon 4 provides an open-world, no limit, opportunity to tear up the UK streets for an arcade-style alternative.
If you’re already a Forza Horizon 4 fan, or you think it sounds ideal for what you’re after until the next-gen Forza Motorsport game comes along, then make sure you check out our dedicated guides.
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