Yet another feature of Forza Motorsport 4 is the number of tracks that players can race on. They include several world-renowned tracks located throughout the world, such as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. One of the most interesting features of the game includes the Top Gear test track (UK). This allows you to test your vehicle before entering it in an actual race.
Besides the number of tracks being added to this latest edition of Forza Motorsport, the general quality of the tracks has also improved. For example, one of the common complaints about the third edition's tracks was that they were often hazy. However, in Forza Motorsport 4, the game's designers have focused on details such as dust and tire smoke along the tracks. This ultimately improves the overall quality of the game.
If you want to drive on literally any track of the game, then consider using the "Free Play" mode. This lets you drive in any type of scenario in the game, including a standard race, a head-to-head split-screen race, and even on an empty track. Yes, there's something to be said for the benefits of head-to-head competition when improving your driving skills. However, practicing on an empty track can certainly help to improve your operation of a particular car model, on a particular track. In fact, the 15-minute session might provide some of the best practice ever!
One of the most interesting features of the game's tracks involves the different times of day and conditions available. For example, you can only drive on certain tracks from sunrise to sunset. Meanwhile, you can drive on other tracks when the weather is pleasant or overcast. These variances not only help to make the game more challenging, but also help to make it more exciting.