NASCAR at the Nurburgring in Latest GT5 Time & Drift Trials

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The latest Seasonal Events are now available in Gran Turismo 5, featuring two racing events. The Time Trial event is exclusive to NASCAR racing cars with no more than 630PP and no better than Racing/Hard tires, and the Drift Trial is open to non-racing cars with no better than Comfort/Soft tires.

Time Trial No. 85

  • 630PP NASCAR Nurburgring Nordschleife Time Trial
    Period of Availability: 2014/04/02 22:00 – 2014/04/16 22:00
    Gold: Cr.250,000 Silver: Cr.150,000 Bronze: Cr.100,000

Drift Trial No. 85

  • Non-Racing Cars: Trial Mountain Drift Trial
    Period of Availability: 2014/04/02 22:00 – 2014/04/16 22:00
    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 StrayShadow.

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Comments (12)

  1. GTP_CargoRatt

    I’m not a fan of NASCAR cars at Nurburgring, but beings it does involve NASCAR cars, I may just have to come out of my NASCAR retirement for this one.

  2. MOPARbarrett5

    I’m actually first in a drift event for more than the first 5 minutes of it. ( 1 hour 30 minutes and counting…)

  3. Zuel

    Biting at the bit, LOL, this is getting bad. When will it stop, or will it ever stop? PD, Kaz give these wolf’s something to stuff the bellies.

  4. SnakeOfBacon

    The predictions were true, NASburgring is upon us…. Brace yourselves men, and hope that it isn’t a night race!

    1. Mini Stiggy

      Same thing I was thinking, lol.

      I think a NASCAR at Daytona TT with no tuning would be interesting :P

    2. Primus Ortus

      Exactly what I was thinking. PD definitely has a strange sense of humor. If anyone ever wanted to know what it was like to drive a boat on the ring, here’s your chance.

    3. 0ldman279

      I think maybe PD decided to show the NASCAR fans just how awesome those vehicles are…

      and by awesome I mean some very interesting photos of expensive oval track cars in German ditches.

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