Take on High Speed Ring, Deep Forest, and the Nordschleife in Latest GT6 Seasonal Events

Gran Turismo 6 184 May 4, 2017 by
A Lamborghini classic tackling the Green Hell. Image courtesy of torque99.

May has begun. Sure enough, the beginning of the month has brought with it three new Seasonal Events for Gran Turismo 6.

These three events take place on classic Gran Turismo circuits. High Speed Ring and Deep Forest play host to the Beginner and Intermediate challenges respectively, while the Nürburgring Nordschleife features a one-lap Expert level event.

Players have until May 31 to conquer the events. If you’re up to the challenge, don’t forget to swing by our GT6 Seasonal Events forum for all the latest tips and tricks. The full set of details is listed below:

Beginner Level Non-Race Car Challenge

  • High Speed Ring, 4 Laps
  • Normal cars, 450PP Max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
  • Gold: 187,000cr; Silver: 112,000cr, Bronze: 93,500cr
  • Gift: Gold: Honda FIT RS ’10
    • Silver: GT POLARIZED 006-P
    • Bronze: GT JAPANESE 009-W

Intermediate Level American Muscle

  • Deep Forest Raceway, 5 Laps
  • Racing cars, 500PP Max, Racing/Hard compounds or less
  • Gold: 369,000cr; Silver: 221,000cr, Bronze: 184,500cr
  • Gift: Gold: Pagani Zonda C12S ’00
    • Silver: GT JAPANESE 003-W
    • Bronze: GT OLD GENERATION 002-W

Expert Level Rain Masters

  • Nürburgring Nordschleife, 1 Lap
  • Normal cars, 550PP Max, Sports/Medium compounds or less
  • Gold: 675,000cr; Silver: 405,000cr, Bronze: 337,500cr
  • Gift: Gold: Jaguar XKR-S ’11
    • Silver: SRT Viper SRT10 ’03
    • Bronze: SRT Viper SRT10 Coupe ’06

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