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GT5 Seasonal Events Thread

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I'll keep this thread updated with the newest Seasonal Events available for Gran Turismo 5. In the future I may do some backlogging and post all the previous Seasonal Events as well. It might be kind of cool to see all the different ones we've had so far.

August 29th, 2011

"Jeff Gordon NASCAR Special"

You will be given vars to run on each track.

Tracks and laps to come momentarily...

August 18th, 2011

"Real World Circuits"

Open to all cars with 750pp or less

  • Monza (590,100 Cr.)
  • Fuji Speedway F (564,000 Cr.)
  • Laguna Seca (538,000 Cr.)
  • Suzuka Circuit (590,400 Cr.)
  • Nurburgring 24 Hour Circuit (678,900 Cr.)

August 11th, 2011

"German Touring Cars"

Open to all German Touring Cars

  • Eiger Nordwand Short Track (5 laps, 467,400 Cr.)
  • Indianapolis Super Speedway (5 laps, 399,000 Cr.)
  • Madrid Reverse (5 laps, 484,200 Cr.)
  • Circuit de la Sarthe 2009 (2 laps, 531,000 Cr.)
  • Eifel Circuit 108Z (5 laps, 523,200 Cr.)

August 4th, 2011

"NR-A Roadster Cup"

Open to all Mazda MX-5/Miata's tuned up to 450pp

  • Tsukuba
  • Autumn Ring Mini
  • Trial Mountain
  • Clubman Special Stage Route 5 Reverse
  • Eifel (Kart)

July 28th, 2011

"World Compact Cars"

Open to cars with less than 450PP and 4200mm in length

  • Rome City (5 laps, 356,100 Cr.)
  • Grand Valley East Reverse (5 laps, 384,000 Cr.)
  • Cape Ring Outside (3 laps, 403,200 Cr.)
  • Tokyo Route 246 (3 laps, 395,100 Cr.)
  • Tokyo Bay (Kart) 107A (5 laps, 406,800 Cr.)

July 1st, 2011

Open to Super GT Cars

  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway (8 Laps, 411,000 Cr.)
  • Nurburgring GP/F (5 Laps, 522,000 Cr.)
  • Laguna Seca (5 Laps, 468,600 Cr.)
  • Cape Ring (5 Laps, 500,100 Cr.)
  • Eifel Circuit (5 Lap, 523,200 Cr.)

June 29th, 2011

"La Festa Cavallino" or "The Horse Festival"

Open to all production Ferrari's

  • Rome Circuit (5 Laps, 444,900 Cr.)
  • Circuit de la Sarthe 2009 (1 Lap, 504,000 Cr.)
  • Autumn Ring Reverse (5 Laps, 411,000 Cr.)
  • Indianapolis Road Course (5 Laps, 470,700 Cr.)
  • Toscana (Tarmac) 106A (5 Laps, 474,000 Cr.)

Feel free to post helpful tips and tunes in this thread as well. It may not be needed as these new seasonal's are all pretty easy.

Parker

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Nice post, I need to start doing some more seasonal events and get some more XP.

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Seasonal Events finally updated today. See first post for more information.

Parker

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I already Did La Festa Cavallino in my Pink Enzo :D

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Updated again. I'll edit the post in a few hours because I forgot to write down the laps/credits.

Parker

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I'm just upset I didn't start these events a long time ago. Oh well at least it's not too late LOL

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I'm just upset I didn't start these events a long time ago. Oh well at least it's not too late LOL

Yeah, these events are fairly short but reward a ton of money and experience. I've really enjoyed seasonal events and am glad that PD have continued to release more content.

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Updated again. The Jeff Gordon NASCAR seasonal is very easy and gives a stupid amount of experience and credits, but they can only be earned once. Also, you win the Jeff Gordon suit by completing the last race at Suzuka using the Gordon #24 car.

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