Forza Horizon 4 Season Change: Charge of The Summer Fiat Brigade

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  1. GTPNewsWire

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  2. Nielsen

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    The speed zone used for the seasonal objective has been changed. When did this happen? I remember it used to be longer and placed further down the lakeside.
     
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    This little car is so much fun to throw around in small circuits.

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    Well I am ready for Season 30 as got my 'plan' in place for the weekend so that I can get through this week's races and get my X1/9.

    Might even have a go at making a livery for it though I have not yet used the Forza livery editor but overall I like the selection of events this week and it's a good thing I was gifted the car for the Story chapter during the time I had the game but wasn't playing it so that's one less car to purchase so might make back some of the money from Season 29 expenses.
     
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    It's still the same. I know because you can beat your personal record in winter since there's no water before the start when approaching from the south. And the north side has this small turn before the start. It's okay for the seasonal, but not the best for beating records.
     
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    So when is the Jesko available? Is it next week or is it the last prize this season?
     
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    It will be available in the Winter Season. 2 weeks from now.
     
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    ^ I thought it may be as the name 'Jesko' (Jeshko) in Croatian and Serbian literally means Snowman and the car is white lol. Apparently the name originated in Saxony and is of Slavic-Germanic origin.
     
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  10. Racing_Miku

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    So almost all wrapped up for Summer, just the X1/9 event to race tomorrow morning but it looks as though I won't be able to complete the story chapter this time as the car required is the Noble which I see is not available when checking the Autoshow or using search manufacturer.

    Nobody selling one in the Auction House either, how was the car originally obtained for those of you who have it?
     
  11. Nielsen

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    The Noble is unlocked by making progress through the Speed Trap tiers.
     
  12. sirjim73

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    Speed Trap tier 11 is the one you need @Racing_Miku


    And a question - I have one Danger Jump star left to get, the third star at Bamburgh Castle. I've tried the usual candidates but struggle with getting them round the corner wall just before the jump. The tarmac is too tight a turn for track cars and going over the grass to make the turn wider loses too much speed :banghead:
     
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    Thanks!

    As for the jump in question I haven't attempted that one but the global leader board for that jump has the Ferrari 599XX in the top ten but not sure if you've tried that car yet, now back to levelling up Speed Trap's!
     
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    My recommendations for Bamburg Castle jump are 2012 Lamborghini Aventador FE, Hoonigan RS200 and Shelby Monaco King Cobra maxed out with AWD. And there's absolutely nothing wrong in using rewind.
     
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    "Abarth On The Hearth" championship... but you can't use Abarths... *facepalm* :ouch:
     
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  16. Rizzy13

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    omg, I just noticed this. My brother and I own an X1/9 haha. Great little car.
     
  17. palqo

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    Any AWD converted monster will do (I use Agera RS when I need to accelerate as fast as possible on a short road). Don't stick to the road at any cost, just use a straight line, the steel around the road will slow you down, but when you rewind, it will not rebuild.
     
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    Thanks for all the help folks :cheers:

    I tried the Agera but found it bounced too much on the grass before the left kink.

    So i went onto the Aventador FE fully maxed out. After many rewinds :lol: I finally got a perfect run hit the ramp at about 135mph and smashed the jump with 40 feet to spare... :lol:

    If anyone hasnt completed it yet, I identified that as you come through the arch aim for between the street lamps in front of you. That minimises the uneven grass which I found the biggest obstacle to a good run up. With the car still grounded it's less difficult to turn the car slightly left to hit the ramp.
     
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