High Speed Ring, Madrid, and Silverstone Featured in Latest GT6 Seasonal Events

Gran Turismo 6 35 September 23, 2015 by
86GT_7

A new batch of seasonal events are now available in Gran Turismo 6 showcasing this week’s beginner, intermediate, and expert level challenges. The events feature non-race cars and race cars alike tackling technical and high speed tracks. This week’s challenges are as follows, and remember to stop by our GT6 Seasonal Events forum for in-depth analysis and discussion, tips and tricks, and much more.

All events will be available through November 21st, 2015 at 0300 GMT/UTC.

Beginner Level Non-Race Car Challenge

  • High Speed Ring, 3 Laps
  • Normal cars, 450PP max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
  • Gold: 220,000cr; Silver: 132,000cr, Bronze: 110,000cr
  • Gift: Gold: Schwimmwagen Type 166 ’42
    • Silver: GT METALLIC 001-C
    • Bronze: GT JAPANESE 010-W

Intermediate Level Non-Race Car Challenge

  • Circuit de Madrid, 3 Laps
  • Normal cars, 500PP max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
  • Gold: 340,000cr; Silver: 204,000cr, Bronze: 170,000cr
  • Gift: Gold: 1970 Ford Mustang Trans-Cammer
    • Silver: GT CHROME  009-N
    • Bronze: GT PASTELTONE 008-W

Expert Level Race Car Challenge

  • Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit, 5 Laps
  • Racing cars, 700PP max, Racing/Hard compounds or less
  • Gold: 460,000cr; Silver: 276,000cr; Bronze: 230,000cr
  • Gift: Gold: R390 GT1 ’98
    • Silver: Matte White
    • Bronze: GT GREY 003-N

GT6 Photomode image by Mattpro.

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