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The Tracks of Forza 5

Forza Motorsport 5 Walkthrough and Guide by CMBF
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The Tracks of Forza 5

 
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While many auto racing games feature a selection of fantasy Tracks mixed with real-world tracks, the Forza Series -- and FM5 specifically -- prides itself on providing the closest thing you can get to the real-world tracks featured in the game.

When the base game first released it did so with a comparitively small number of Tracks -- the reason for that was simple: at the time of release they only had sufficient up-to-date data to build just those tracks.

Rather than include what amounted to fabricated versions of other Tracks developer Turn 10 made a tough call and chose instead to release what they had with the promise of adding more tracks later. This met with mixed review by the Forza Faithful, but their patience is now paying off, first with the FREE release of the Road America Track - a very large one indeed -- followed by the release of the Long Beach Track (with added Achievements!) as of the time this was written.

Now, it is anyone's guess as to how many free Tracks will be added to the game and how many will be paid, but clearly Turn 10 is off to a good start here.

As of press time (April 2014) the following Tracks are listed in the game:

Bernese Alps

The Bernese Alps of southwestern Switzerland, lying between the Aare and Rhone river valleys, deature jagged peaks rising more than 12,000 feet above sea level.

  • Alps Club (2.52 mi) Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

  • Alps Club-R (2.52 mi) Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

  • Alps Festival (3.63 mi) Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

  • Alps Festival-R (3.63 mi) Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

  • Alps Stadtplatz (3.08 mi) Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

  • Alps Stadtplatz-R (3.08 mi) Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

Unique Races: The Circuit de Catalunya

Circuit de Catalunya

The second largest city in Spain, Barcelona was originally founded as a Roman city, becoming the capital of the Counts of Barcelona at the time. Legend has it that Barcelona was originally founded by the mythical Hercules, some 400 years prior to the founding of Rome.

  • Circuit de Catalunya Grand Prix Circuit (2.89 mi) Barcelona, Spain

  • Circuit de Catalunya National Circuit (1.85 mi) Barcelona, Spain

  • Circuit de Catalunya School Circuit (1.06 mi) Barcelona, Spain

Circuit de Spa-Francirchamps

One of the most demanding Tracks in the world, Circuit de la Spa-Francorchamps sits within the Ardennes countryside of Belgium. Steeped in automotive history, Spa combines high-speed straights, fast corners, and multiple elevation changes that challenge drivers in ways that have made the track famous for nearly a century.

  • Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Modern Circuit (4.35 mi) Spa, Belgium

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Home of the infamous Indianapolis 500, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has a long and rich history, stretching back to the very beginning of the 20th Century.

  • Grand Prix Circuit (2.61 mi) Indianapolis, USA

  • The Brickyard Oval (2.50 mi) Indianapolis, USA

Le Mans Circuit de la Sarthe

Host to the infamous 24 Hours of Le Mans race since 1923, the city of Le Mans contains remnants of Roman architecture that hint at its long and storied place in history.

  • Le Mans Circuit de la Sarthe Full Circuit (8.48 mi) Le Mans, France

  • Le Mans Circuit de la Sarthe Bugatti Circuit (2.60 mi) Le Mans, France

  • Le Mans Circuit de la Sarthe Old Mulsanne Circuit (8.44 mi) Le Mans, France

Long Beach

Since the 1970's, this palm tree-lined circuit carved out of Long Beach California's city streets has played host to some of the most famous drivers in the world. Picturesque southern California and world class racing draws hundreds of thousands of fans here every year.

Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca

Established in 1770 by Father Junipero Serra and Gaspar de Portola, Monterey initially served as the capital of California until 1849. Since that time, Monterey has been home to a number of famous writers, such as Robert Heinlein and John Steinbeck.

  • Laguna Seca (2.24 mi) Monterey, USA

Mount Panorama Circuit

With massive elevation changes and multiple off-camber corners, the Mount Panorama Circuit has tested racing teams for more than half a century. Situated in New South Wales, Bathurst is Australia's most iconic racing venue and has hosted some of the biggest motorsports events in the country's history.

  • Mount Panorama Main Circuit (3.86 mi) Bathurst, Australia

Unique Races: Prague

Prague

The historic city of Prague, capital of the Czech Republic, boasts some of the most breathtaking architecture in Europe. Tourists from around the world travel to this iconic city to take in the beautiful Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, and countless other historic landmarks.

  • Prague Full (3.51 mi) Prague, Czech Republic

  • Prague Full-R (3.51 mi) Prague, Czech Republic

  • Prague Short (1.82 mi) Prague, Czech Republic

  • Prague Short-R (1.82 mi) Prague, Czech Republic

Road America

Originally the host for races on public county roads, Elkhart Lake's races were later moved to the famous Road America raceway in the 1950s.

Road Atlanta

Home to the Petit Le Mans, Road Atlanta in Braselton, Georgia has been the host for racing events going back to the 1970s, in which a Porsche 908/02 took first place in the raceway’s inaugural event.

  • Road Atlanta (2.54 mi) Braselton, USA

  • Road Atlanta Club (1.77 mi) Braselton, USA

Sebring International Raceway

Nicknamed “The City on the Circle,” Sebring, Florida's International Raceway was created on a former airbase, and is currently home to the 12 Hours of Sebring Le Mans themed event.

  • Sebring Full (3.70 mi) Sebring, USA

  • Sebring Short (2.00 mi) Sebring, USA

  • Sebring Club (1.70 mi) Sebring, USA

Silverstone Racing Circuit

Still bearing remnants of its medieval history, Silverstone, England, once famous for its appearance in the Domesday Book, is now the home to the British Grand Prix on the Silverstone Racing Circuit.

  • Silverstone Grand Prix (3.19 mi) Silverstone, England

  • Silverstone International (2.25 mi) Silverstone, England

  • Silverstone National (1.64 mi) Silverstone, England

Test Track Airfield

This abandoned airfield near Mojave, California serves as a playground for Cars and drivers from nearly ever corner of the automotive world.

  • Airfield Full (0.62 mi) Mojave, USA

  • 2-Car 1/4 Mile Drag (0.25 mi) Mojave, USA

  • 2-Car 1/2 Mile Drag (0.50 mi) Mojave, USA

  • 2-Car 1 Mile Drag (1 mi) Mojave, USA

  • 8-Car 1/4 Mile Drag (0.25 mi) Mojave, USA

  • 8-Car 1/2 Mile Drag (0.50 mi) Mojave, USA

  • 8-Car 1 Mile (1 mi) Drag Mojave, USA

Unique Races: The Top Gear Bowling Event

Top Gear

Previously the site of pilgrimage for its Holy Well, the town of Dunsfold, England is now home to the famous Top Gear test track.

  • Top Gear Full (1.75 mi) Dunsfold, England

  • Top Gear East (0.94 mi) Dunsfold, England

  • Top Gear East-R (0.94 mi) Dunsfold, England

  • Top Gear West (0.80 mi) Dunsfold, England

  • Top Gear West-R (0.80 mi) Dunsfold, England

  • Top Gear Loop (1.42 mi) Dunsfold, England

  • Top Gear Loop-R (1.42 mi) Dunsfold, England

Yas Marina Circuit

Housed on man-made Yas Island, Yas Marina Circuit is the racing crown jewel of Abu Dhabi. Boasting unique challenges at every corner, this ultra-modern track sinds around a yacht-filled marina and passes through the Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi Hotel.

  • Yas Marina Full (3.45 mi) Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

  • Yas Marina-ALT (2.95 mi) Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

  • Yas Marina North (1.96 mi) Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

  • Yas Marina North-ALT (1.43 mi) Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

  • Yas Marina South (1.47 mi) Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

By the time the typical player works their way through the current list of Tracks above via the single-player campaign mode they will have attained 100% Drivatar Training on all of the above as well as figured out which are their favorite tracks.

Attribution: Descriptions for the Tracks was taken from the official descriptions in the game in order to apply the correct weight intended.

 
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