Finally caught up with the latest batch of seasonal events featuring the Goodwood Festival of Speed and three versions of the SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo car. Pretty tough set of events this week but as usual you can read on for a video of each event!
We have rear-wheel drive cars across the board on the new seasonal events this week. I tried something a bit different with the voiceover microphone this week with more changes to come in the upcoming weeks, if you have any comments regarding the quality that would be appreciated. Either way there are several videos below to help you get gold on each of the events this week.
I happened to be away for nearly a week again but regardless here are the latest videos. The first two events were very easy with the choice of cars used leaving the expert event as the only challenge this week. I feel like the Audi S1 isn’t the best choice for this event considering the significant restrictions used but it worked out regardless in this case. Something like the Subaru or Ford Focus rally cars would likely work better on this event.
Neat set of seasonal events this week, seeing the Formula 3 for from Ayrton Senna was a nice surprise. I should have finally fixed the blurring/ghosting that has been present in the past few videos. I have changed to a different video encoder so if the quality is a bit low I will increase it for future videos.
We have some neat seasonal events this week featuring the Formula Gran Turismo and pre-1980’s Japanese cars. Strangely enough the Formula GT event is on Silverstone when it could have coincided with the Formula 1 calendar by being on Spa-Francochamps or even Monza. Either way, read on for a video tutorial for each event.
We have a new batch of GT6 seasonal events, this time they are A-Spec races with multiple AI opponents. These events are not particularly difficult as long as you choose the correct vehicles for each one.
You can read on to watch a video tutorial for each of these events.
This week we get a nice spread of cars in the latest seasonal event update. For starters we have a hot hatch race on Twin Ring Motegi East with the Renault Sport Mégane R.S. Trophy. After that we have the Streets of Willow Springs with the Suzuki Cappuccino, a small Japanese kei car to match the small technical track. To round things off we finish with the very quick Pagani Huayra on Tokyo R246.
As usual read on to watch my tutorial videos for each event. If you have any questions or issues, please feel free to comment below.
Another set of Gran Turismo 6 seasonal events has been published recently, this time around we have quite a nice variety of events. I start things off on a Eiger Nordward rally with the Range Rover Evoke. Following that we have a time attack style lap with a choice of Nissan Skyline GT-R’s (R32, R33, R34) on Autumn Ring. And the last event provides a Shelby GT350 to race around Willow Springs.
As usual you can read on for the video tutorials of each event.
Three more Gran Turismo 6 seasonal events where added a few days ago. As usual, I run through each seasonal event providing tips on achieving the times required for the gold trophy.
The events this week are the following;
- Plymouth XNR Ghia Roadster Super Lap – [Willow Springs International Raceway – Big Willow]
- Lamborghini Diablo GT2 Super Lap – [Grand Valley East]
- Lotus Elise Racing Car Super Lap – [Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit]
Each car can be acquired for free as prize cars, here are the events you would require for each car;
- Plymouth XNR – All gold in the second series of Goodwood Festival of Speed.
- Lamborghini Diablo GT2 – All stars in International B.
- Lotus Elise ’96 – All gold in International B missions.
Continue on for the videos of each event below.