Posts Tagged ‘Seasonal Events’

GT5 Seasonal Events #8: Course Maker Edition

Seasonal Events | Posted by Pesico
Feb 22 2011

The seasonal events updated on Friday last week, but I’ve been away since then, so that’s why I haven’t posted before now. Better late than never right? Anyway, for those that wasn’t all to impressed with the different Drivetrain and Ferrari Formula Challenges will be happy to see the Bonus Races coming back. It’s the format similar to special events when it comes to payouts. You get money for each position once and when you finish 1st, you have gotten all and driving them again will not yield more money, but there’s a very nice reward. In a nice surprise by Polyphony, they now include courses created with the Course Maker.

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GT5 Seasonal Events #7: Ferrari F1 Edition

Seasonal Events | Posted by Pesico
Feb 10 2011

Are you one of those people that grinded away, bought one of the Ferrari F1 cars for 10 or 12,5 mill and then realized you couldn’t use them in A- and B-Spec mode? Well, you may be happy about the new seasonal events that after taking a break last week has seen a face lift. In stead of 5 races with huge money and XP rewards there are now 12 races divided into 4 events and the money and XP rewards are considerably lower. On the flip side, you can do them over and over again.

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Where Are The New Seasonal Events?

Seasonal Events | Posted by Pesico
Feb 04 2011

So the Online Collector’s Store updated as usual last night and brought a nice collection of 90′s Rally Cars, including the Lancia Delta HF Integrale from ’92. Also worth mentioning is the Caterham Seven Firablade ’02 and the Suzuki GSX-R/4 Concept ’01. What didn’t update and still hasn’t are the Seasonal Events. They did announce that it could be updated +/- a day from now on, but it has been more than 36 hours now.

Kazunori Yamauchi at least gave a rather limited answer on the subject on twitter:


So there you have it… Oh wait, I guess I don’t have that many Japanese readers, so I will explain. Yamauchi was asked whether the new seasonal events would be up soon, and he answered: “A little break”.

So what do we get out of this? Not to much. In Japan, it’s just past midnight into Saturday, so that probably means we won’t see any new events this week. In Japan, they celebrated Setsubun, which means “Beginning of Spring” (lucky guys, still winter here), so that may explain why we may not see any events this week. For any development, stay tuned to KittyGotWet.

GT5 Seasonal Events #6: Ferrari Edition

Seasonal Events | Posted by Pesico
Jan 28 2011

Bonus Race No. 6 went live earlier today and this time, Ferrari makes it’s first appearance in the seasonal events. If you have followed my Race Series Guide over at, you may allready have at least 2 of the cars needed for these races.

Ferrari 430 Scuderia overtaking the Citroën by GT

This is the list of the races:
Suzuki Cappuccino (EA21R) / Clubman Stage Route 5 / 5 Laps
Mazda Roadster RS (NC) / Tsukuba Circuit / 10 Laps
Nissan Skyline Sedan 350GT Type SP / Trial Mountain / 5 Laps
Ferrari 430 Scuderia / Monza Circuit / 5 Laps
Chevrolet Corvette* / Indianapolis Road Course / 5 Laps

*Any Chevrolet Corvette is eligible.

For some tips and detailed info, check out the Seasonal Events portion of my Race Series Guide

Online Collector’s Store
Like usual, the Online Collector’s Store got new inventory as well. This time there is a huge selection of different Chevrolet Corvette’s. The Formula Gran Turismo is also there like it always has been. There are also to very expensive race cars. The Sauber Mercedes C9 Race Car ’89 and the Bentley Speed 8 Race Car ’03 will both set you back more than Cr. 5 millions.

As always, stay tuned on this site for any Seasonal Event news. There will also be some special events outside of the Seasonal Events, that may require a patch first. I’ll blog about it as soon as I know anything.

GT5: New Seasonal Events Info

News | Posted by Pesico
Jan 25 2011

Ever since patch 1.05 I have had a lot of joy out of the Seasonal Events, which now is getting updated once a week. GT5 is all about cars and driving them, and the seasonal events forces me to drive cars I may not have driven otherwise. When booting up the game, you’ll get a news message about “Seasonal Events Update Schedule”. It reads as follows: Read the rest of this entry »

GT5 Seasonal Events #5: Touring Car Edition

Guide | Posted by Pesico
Jan 21 2011

Another Thursday and another set of seasonal events. This time you’ll be racing in a 69 year old Volkswagen Schwimmwagen, you’ll be racing on the classic circuit of Cote d’Azur and you’ll use a touring car for a possible one race 2 million profit. Walkthrough after the brake.

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4th Batch of Seasonal Events in GT5 – JGTC/SUPER GT Edition

Guide | Posted by Pesico
Jan 13 2011

Late last night, 5 new seasonal events was added, and at the same time, the 2nd batch expired. Looks like the seasonal events will change up once a week and that you have 2 weeks to finish anyone event. It continues to be no requirements for them, except the car obviously, which means the events are as hard or as easy as you want them to be. Read on to find my tips on how to do them and get a profit of Cr. 3,3 million and gain 350,000 worth of Experience.

High Speed Ring in the Tom's Supra
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3rd Batch of Seasonal Events in GT5

Guide | Posted by Pesico
Jan 07 2011

Late last night, 5 new seasonal event was added. Not only have they been made easier, but there is even more money to earn. Event 4 and 5 nets you Cr. 1 mill and Cr. 1,5 mill respectively for 1st place. They have even made the requirements of the last batch easier by letting us tune the cars as much as we want.

You're driving a Citroen C4 WRC in the 5th race.

This time around we get to drive the Citroën C4 WRC car on the Rome circuit. It’s a very easy race if you buy the few available tuning parts. The car itself costs Cr. 850,000, but if you can get golds in the Sébastien Loeb Rally Challenge (Special Events), you get it for free.

In the other races you get to drive a Toyota Prius G ’09 on Gran Valley East, a Audi TTS Coupe ’09 on Cape Ring North, a Lotus Elise 111R ’04 on Nürburgring GP/F and a Ford GT ’06 on Trial Mountain Revers. If you follow my Race Series Guide, you will get a profit of just over Cr. 3 million out of these 5 races, provided you get the Citroen C4 WRC for free. If not, subtract Cr. 850,000 from that sum.

None of the races where any difficult. For more detailed information about what parts you should buy, check out the Race Series Guide over at