BMW M-Series, ’60’s American, RWD, and French Cars Featured in Latest GT6 Seasonal Events

Gran Turismo 6 40 June 4, 2014 by
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The latest Seasonal Events are now available in Gran Turismo 6, featuring four new events; two time trial events, and two drift trial events. This week’s challenges are exclusive to Rear-wheel drive, BMW’s M-series, 1960’s American cars, and French non-racing cars.

Events are contested with no more than 450PP with Comfort/Soft for the Rear-wheel drive Super Lap challenge, 500PP with Sports/Hard compounds or less for the ’60’s American Cars Super Lap challenge, and no formal limitations for the final two challenges featuring French non-racing cars and BMW’s M-series line of cars outside of the required Sports/Hard compounds or less for the latter challenge, as both are Drift Trials. Racers are to aim for the gold award in this week’s challenges.

This week’s challenges are as follows:

  • Rear-Wheel-Drive Non-Racing Car Super Lap: Apricot Hill Raceway
    Period of Availability: 06/04/2014 23:00 – 07/02/2014 23:00
    Gold: Cr.68,000  Silver: Cr.30,000  Bronze: Cr.15,000
    Gift: GT Metallic 010-W
  • ’60’s American Cars (non-racing) Super Lap: Circuit di Roma Reverse
    Period of Availability: 06/04/2014 23:00 – 07/02/2014 23:00
    Gold: Cr.85,000  Silver: Cr.35,000  Bronze: Cr.25,000
    Gift: Matte Dark Green
  • French Non-Racing Cars Drift Trial: London Reverse
    Period of Availability: 06/04/2014 23:00 – 07/02/2014 23:00
    Gold: Cr.65,000  Silver: Cr.28,000  Bronze: Cr.15,000
    Gift: GT Grey 001-N
  • BMW M-series Non-Racing Cars Drift Trial
    Period of Availability: 06/04/2014 23:00 – 07/02/2014 23:00
    Gold: Cr.77,000  Silver: Cr.35,000  Bronze: Cr.22,000
    Gift: GT Polarized 009-P

Note, in order to enter the Seasonal Events you must first acquire your National B license.

Be sure to stop by the new GT6 Seasonal Events forum for in-depth analysis and discussion, and tips and tricks.

GT6 Photomode image by MoMo PeeZero.

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