Gran Turismo 7 Weekly Challenges: Petit Four

After a little over a week’s break since the last set, the new Gran Turismo 7 Weekly Challenges are starting to become available to players around the world — refreshing as your local time zone hits midnight.

Weekly Challenges is a short, curated playlist of events that give players a chance to explore different races from the game’s existing World Circuits events, along with the occasional special event created just for the week. You’ll earn bonus prizes for completing them within the week’s window, requiring a third-place finish or better.

This week’s events do include a one-off Special Event, and perhaps a little unsurprisingly it features some of the new content added in Update 1.43 last week. That comes in the — rather boxy — shape of the Renault 4 GTL, with a one-make race for the classic hatchback at the appropriate setting of Alsace Village. It’s just a two-lap race, and you can use the car in any state of tune at all, with a 60,000cr first prize.

Amazingly, that’s actually the joint-lowest paying race this week, alongside the European Clubman Cup 600 event at Suzuka. This is a three-lap event of the main circuit, for road cars from European manufacturers, with the same 60,000cr winner’s pot.

The lengthy Circuit de Sainte-Croix hosts the third race this week, at the B layout. You’ll need a German car of any stripe, so long as its Performance Point (PP) rating is no better than 700PP, for the four-lap event in the Schwarzwald League, and you’ll take 80,000cr for victory.

It’s another 700PP cap in the next race, as you take on the Ferrari Circuit Challenge at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya GP. As the name suggests, you’re going to need a Ferrari for this five-lap race, and it’s worth a cool 95,000cr.

The week rounds off with a bit of a beast of a race at the Daytona Road Course. It’s part of the Gr.1 Prototype Series, in Bonus Menu Book 42 — for which you’ll require a Collector Level of 30 to unlock — although you don’t actually need a Gr.1 car for the race.

Anything equipped with Racing Tires, so long as it doesn’t exceed the hard PP cap of 950 is eligible, and it’s a tough one to crack if you want the 115,000cr for winning. We even featured it on our YouTube channel recently, as you’ll see above!

There’s plenty of credits in the winnings this week, while there’s another 250,000cr available for completion bonuses: a 100,000cr ticket for finishing one event and a 150,000cr ticket for finishing three. Complete all five and you’ll get that rare, and valuable, Six-Star (Car) Roulette Ticket.

You’ll need to have completed GT Cafe Menu Book 39 and watched the ending movie in order to have access to the Weekly Challenges. Following a recent shift in timings, the events update at midnight local time on Thursday evenings/Friday mornings, so we’d expect the next set on the morning of Friday March 15.


  • Alsace Village Reverse – Special Event
    • Number of Laps: 2
    • Restrictions: Renault 4 GTL ’85
    • Win Reward: 60,000cr
  • Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya GP – Ferrari Challenge
    • Number of Laps: 5
    • Restrictions: Ferrari, ≤700PP
    • Win Reward: 95,000cr
  • Circuit de Sainte-Croix B – Schwarzwald League
    • Number of Laps: 4
    • Restrictions: Germany, ≤700PP
    • Win Reward: 80,000cr
  • Daytona Road Course – Gr.1 Prototype Series
    • Number of Laps: 10
    • Restrictions: ≤950PP, Racing Tires
    • Win Reward: 115,000cr
  • Suzuka Circuit – European Clubman Cup 600
    • Number of Laps: 3
    • Restrictions: Road Car, Europe
    • Win Reward: 60,000cr


  • Complete 1 event: 100,000cr Ticket
  • Complete 3 events: 150,000cr Ticket
  • Complete 5 events: Six-Star Ticket (Car)

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