“Japanese 90’s Challenge” GT5 Seasonal Event Now Live

Gran Turismo 5 85 April 24, 2013 by

The latest Seasonal Events are now available in GT5, featuring Japanese cars built in the 1990’s. Five expert level races touring some of the most scenic locations available in the game, and the rewards are just as high as they’ve come to be in these expert level challenges.

Cars are limited to a maximum of 450PP and Sports/Hard tires or less. The challenges are as follows:

  • 450PP Japanese 90’s Challenge: Tsukuba Circuit /6 Laps
    Period of Availability: 2013/04/25 04:00 –
    1st: Cr.295,000  2nd: Cr.162,250  3rd: Cr.118,000
  • 450PP Japanese 90’s Challenge: Suzuka Circuit /6 Laps
    Period of Availability: 2013/04/25 04:00 –
    1st: Cr.310,000  2nd: Cr.170,500  3rd: Cr.124,000
  • 450PP Japanese 90’s Challenge: Trial Mountain Circuit /5 Laps
    Period of Availability: 2013/04/25 04:00 –
    1st: Cr.315,000  2nd: Cr.173,250  3rd: Cr.126,000
  • 450PP Japanese 90’s Challenge: Cape Ring South Course /5 Laps
    Period of Availability: 2013/04/25 04:00 –
    1st: Cr.305,000  2nd: Cr.167,750  3rd: Cr.122,000
  • 450PP Japanese 90’s Challenge: Toscana (Tarmac) 103A /3 Laps
    Period of Availability: 2013/04/25 04:00 –
    1st: Cr.340,000  2nd: Cr.187,000  3rd: Cr.136,000

Note the “Performance Difference Bonus” applies, so more credits will be awarded for using a slower car below the maximum allowed PP value.

The game’s Online Car Dealership has also been updated with new inventory. As always, stop by our GT5 Seasonal Events forum for more analysis and discussion!

GT5 Photomode iamge by jedisteampunk.

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