Jaguar XJR-9 Featured in Latest GT5 Time & Drift Trials

Gran Turismo 5 26 July 10, 2013 by

The latest Seasonal Events are now available in Gran Turismo 5, featuring the Jaguar XJR-9 LM race car, Toyota 86 GT and both racing and non-racing cars alike. This week’s events step away from the more methodical approach the events took on two weeks ago and instead turn the focus back toward getting the most out of the car/tire combination.

There are no tuning restrictions across any of this week’s events but tires are restricted accordingly. This week’s challenges are as follows:

Time Trial No. 66

  • Toyota 86 GT Autumn Ring Time Trial
    Period of Availability: 2013/07/11 04:00 – 2013/07/25 04:00
    Gold: Cr.250,000  Silver: Cr.150,000  Bronze: Cr.100,000
  • Jaguar XJR-9 LM Race Car: Suzuka Circuit Time Trial
    Period of Availability: 2013/07/11 04:00 – 2013/07/25 04:00
    Gold: Cr.250,000  Silver: Cr.150,000  Bronze: Cr.100,000

Drift Trial No. 66

  • Japanese Non-Racing cars: Deep Forest Raceway Drift Trial
    Period of Availability: 2013/07/11 04:00 – 2013/07/25 04:00
    Gold: Cr.250,000  Silver: Cr.150,000  Bronze: Cr.100,000
  • Racing Cars: Rome City Course Drift Trial
    Period of Availability: 2013/07/11 04:00 – 2013/07/25 04:00
    Gold: Cr.250,000  Silver: Cr.150,000  Bronze: Cr.100,000

As always, stop by our GT5 Seasonal Events forum for more analysis and discussion!

GT5 Photomode image by G.T.Ace

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