The Gran Turismo games have loved the idea of tiered licensing systems for years. Players have to complete various tasks to earn a higher license as they get through the game. By running the track associated with each License in GT7, you can earn special rewards. The best possible rewards are earned at the Gold tier. Being the best driver you can is a necessity here, as some of the times are pretty tight. As you drive around the tracks of the game, you will be tasked with earning various licenses. Completing these tests will earn you both Credits and new parts. It’s also a good way to earn some extra Credits by doing very well on these tests.
There are many tiers of licenses in Gran Turismo 7, with each one marking a certain level of in-game progression. As you put more time into the game, you will get better. Doing well on the track also requires you to unlock upgrade parts. And that also requires some level of license progression, mostly to unlock all of the new parts. Getting to the best possible cars and parts requires something called the Super License in Gran Turismo 7.
The Super License is the top-tier license in Gran Turismo 7. Like all the previous tiers in the game, you need it to compete in some races, and it has attached time trials for getting the best reward.
Below you can find each trial’s car, course, and gold trophy requirement.
|Trial||Car Reward||Track||Maximum time for gold|
|S-1||Aventador LP 750-4 SV ’15||High Speed Ring||1:12.100|
|S-2||F50 ’95||Autodromo Nazionale Monza||2:02.300|
|S-3||Silvia spec-R Aero (S15) Touring Car||Tsukuba Circuit||1:00|
|S-4||Supra GT500 ’97||Tokyo Expressway – South Counterclockwise||2:00|
|S-5||GR Yaris RZ High Perfomance ’20||Sardegna – Windmills||1:25.800|
|S-6||Shelby GT350R ’16||Trial Mountain Circuit||2:15.000|
|S-7||SF19 Super Formula / Honda ’19||WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca||1:07.400|
|S-8||Zonda R ’09||Autodromo de Interlagos||1:32.900|
|S-9||GT-R GT500 ’08||Deep Forest Raceway||1:24.400|
|S-10||917K ’70||Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps||2:26.000|