A much bigger grid capacity. Even if it is restricted to just certain tracks like Sarthe. I cannot really see 55 cars getting round some of the really short tracks, but only having 16 cars in Le Mans or the Indy 500 just doesn’t sound right.
Some more classic open wheel cars, though I assume sponsorship issues would persist. Would love a nice green No. 27 Dallara DW12 up against a No. 9 McLaren MP4-20.
I’m really glad Silverstone is in there. It really should have been in GT5 from as soon as the Wing opened. I completely agree with Keith. They had Madrid when they could have put in Valencia (not much of an improvement though) or Catalunya or ideally Jerez. The more real circuits the better, and only a few of the street ones. Tokyo was always good, one of my favourites but most of the city ones were just dire.
For the love of God Pirelli tyres which last 6 laps would be ridiculous… Though the Super-dooper-ultra-soft racing tyre from GT4 didn’t exactly last long! Basically they could have been better in GT5. I’d like to see a few half road, half dirt rally stages too.
This NEEDS to be much more refined than what GT5 was, and needs to not be constantly delayed. GT5 is great, I’m hoping to reach Level 40 and do the Nurburgring 24hr event with a few mates and a lot of caffeine once exams are over, but it was just missing that little bit of a fun factor… I don’t want it to be Forza-like though.