Gran Turismo 7 Weekly Challenges: Ravioli Ravioli

As midnight begins to arrive in your console’s time zone, so you’ll find the Gran Turismo 7 Weekly Challenges refreshing to a new set of five events for the week — one of which is particularly tricky.

Added in the game’s Spec II update, Weekly Challenges is a feature that gives players a playlist of events — usually drawn from the World Circuits section of Gran Turismo 7, but occasionally including a new, one-off event for the week — with special bonus prizes for completing one, three, and all five during the week.

It’s a regular set of five existing events this week, but even if you’ve already completed the races in normal play you’ll still need to race again to take the special prizes.

As usual there’s a low-speed race to kick things off, this week visiting the madcap Alsace Test Course. You’ll need any road car from Europe for this European Sunday Cup 400 race — although the 400PP suggestion isn’t a limit, so you can go in with the wildest car you have — which lasts for three laps and awards 7,000cr for the win.

There’s a bit of a step up to the Japanese Clubman Cup 550 race at Grand Valley South. Again, the “550” is just a suggested PP target, with any road car from Japan eligible for the four-lap race. Victory will bring you 55,000cr.

We hope your off-road skills are up to snuff for the next race, which goes to the Rallycross course at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. It’s an eight-lap race for any car at all fitted with Dirt Tires, but you’l want something with grip and low-speed acceleration if you want to win the 65,000cr.

A tricky challenge awaits at the American Clubman Cup 700 race at Mount Panorama. It’s a five-lap event for and road car from the USA — again, “700” is just the suggested PP — and there’s 94,000cr available for victory.

That leaves us with the flagship race for the week, with the Super Formula cars starring in a 12-lap event at Watkins Glen. You’ll need to take account of some tire wear and fuel consumption, which sit at 8x and 4x multipliers, but also make sure you’ve got a button mapped for the car’s Overtake feature in order to grab that 160,000cr first prize.

Some players might find accessing the race tricky, as there are a few hoops to jump through. You’ll need to have at least started the Super Formula event’s Menu Book — Book 47 — at some point to even see the race, and that itself requires that you have a Collector Level of 31.

This week’s bonus rewards are again a 100,000cr ticket for completing one event, and a 200,000cr ticket for completing three, while there’s a a rare Six-Star “Car” Roulette ticket for getting them all done before they change again.

The Weekly Challenges update at midnight local time on Wednesday evenings/Thursday mornings, with the next set due at that time on January 24/25. You’ll need to have completed GT Cafe Menu Book 39 and watched the ending movie in order to have access.


  • Alsace Test Course Reverse – European Sunday Cup 400
    • Number of Laps: 3
    • Restrictions: Road Car, Europe
    • Win Reward: 7,000cr
  • Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Rallycross – World Rally Challenge
    • Number of Laps: 8
    • Restrictions: Dirt Tires
    • Win Reward: 65,000cr
  • Grand Valley South – Japanese Clubman Cup 550
    • Number of Laps: 4
    • Restrictions: Road Car, Japan
    • Win Reward: 55,000cr
  • Mount Panorama – American Clubman Cup 700
    • Number of Laps: 5
    • Restrictions: Road Car, USA
    • Win Reward: 94,000cr
  • Watkins Glen Long Course – Super Formula
    • Number of Laps: 12
    • Restrictions: Super Formula SF19/SF23
    • Win Reward: 160,000cr


  • Complete 1 event: 100,000cr Ticket
  • Complete 3 events: 200,000cr Ticket
  • Complete 5 events: Six-Star (Car) Roulette Ticket

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