25 New Track Logos for Gran Turismo 5 Discovered on Website

We all know someone who is such a big fan of video games that he just can’t stop until he knows everything there is to know, unlock every trick and find all the hacks. We thing that GT Planet Gamer Yonis is one such person, as he has found a little something extra in the depths of the latest Grand Turismo game.

Yonis reportedly stumbled upon an image directory with 25 tracks on the official GT5 website, and none of them are available at the moment. We smell some downloadable content coming our way in the near future!

GT Planet rightfully points out that one of them, El Capital, was already spotted at the Red Bull "Horse Power" trailer, so we know at least some of these tracks can should be on the way to our PS3s. Polyphony Digital might be planning to make the pack available at a later date as a pay-to-play for the GT5, just like the Ferrari Racing Pack for Need for Speed Shift.

Here is the list of the 25 tracks:

1. Super Speedway
2. Driving Park (20r60r)
3. Apricot Hill
4. Citta di Aria
5. Costa di Amalfi
6. Grand Canyon
7. Hong Kong
8. Ice Arena
9. Infineon Raceway
10. Driving Park (Kashiwa)
11. Las Vegas
12. Midfield Raceway
13. Twin Ring Motegi
14. New York
15. George V Paris
16. Opera Paris (Tarmac)
17. Seattle Circuit
18. Seoul Circuit
19. Swiss Alps South
20. Tahiti Maze
21. Valencia Circuit
22. El Capitan
23. Cathedral Rocks (Dirt)
24. Cathedral Rocks (Dirt Mini)
25. Cathedral Rocks (Dirt Short)

To see all the logos, plus a break-down of what’s to come in the Gran Turismo world, head over to GT Planet.
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