Tsukuba, Silverstone, and Nürburgring Featured in Latest GT6 Seasonal Events

Gran Turismo 6 216 December 15, 2016 by
May 23, 2015, courtesy of ViscousTraction.

Polyphony have let loose the latest batch of Seasonal Events in Gran Turismo 6. This week’s events take you to three well-paced technical circuits where attack speeds are the key to victory. Three challenge levels cover this week’s events, giving you a choice of capable sporting and racing metal.

This week’s prizes are an interesting and choice of wheels, ranging from a rally-bred sports sedan, to a modern sports coupé. You can find all the details below, and don’t hesitate to swing by our GT6 Seasonal Events forum for in-depth analysis and discussion, tips and tricks, and more.

All events will be available through January 11, 2017 at 0300 GMT/UTC.

Beginner Non-Race Car Challenge

  • Tsukuba Circuit, 5 Minutes
  • Normal cars, 450PP Max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
  • Gold: 277,000cr; Silver: 166,000cr, Bronze: 139,000cr
  • Gift: Gold: Lancer Evolution IX GSR ’05
    • Silver: GT METALLIC 002-C
    • Bronze: GT PASTELTONE 002-C

Intermediate Level Non-Race Car Challenge

  • Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit, 5 Laps
  • Normal cars, 550PP Max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
  • Gold: 497,000cr; Silver: 298,000cr, Bronze: 249,000cr
  • Gift: Gold: Seven Fireblade ’02
    • Silver: Matte Light Green
    • Bronze: GT OLD GENERATION 008-C

Expert Level Race Car Challenge

  • Nürburgring Nordschleife, 1 Lap
  • Racing cars, 600PP Max, Racing/Hard compounds or less
  • Gold: 525,000cr; Silver: 315,000cr, Bronze: 262,000cr
  • Gift: Gold: M4 M Performance Edition
    • Silver: GT CHROME 003-W
    • Bronze: Blue Metallic

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