Gran Turismo 7 Weekly Challenges: SUVival of the Fittest

Gran Turismo 7 Weekly Demanding situations: SUVival of the Fittest

As the clock strikes midnight on Friday morning, gamers worldwide are starting to get the most recent Gran Turismo 7 Weekly Challenges.

The Weekly Challenges are a set of five events that players must complete in a seven-day period. These are mostly drawn from the lineup of events that are already held at GT7’s World Circuits, but sometimes they could also include a special “Special Event” that is organized just for the week. Completing one, three, or all five of the events throughout the seven-day period will earn you extra prizes.

Unusually, this week’s five races—including this week’s Special Event for the new Lamborghini Urus—will all take place on tracks in the Americas region of the World tracks. Other than the automobile and the need to utilize dirt tires, this is a one-make event for the “super SUV.” Victory has a 75,000cr value.

In addition, the Urus serves as the main vehicle for the second race, which was included in today’s 1.44 release. That’s the European Clubman Cup 600 at Infield A Reverse in Blue Moon Bay, and any European road car is required. The winner of this four-lapper receives 50,000cr.

The large Lamborghini may possibly be used for Trial Mountain’s Hypercar Parade event, but it probably will need some tweaking to compete with the monsters in that race. The five-lap race is worth a cool 100,000cr, but to participate in it you must at least start Bonus Menu Book 44, which demands a Collector Level of 35.

By adding Racing Tires, the Urus may participate in a fourth event this week. For this ten-lap race in Laguna Seca, the World Touring Car 700 only needs that plus an upper maximum of 700PP; but, given the high fuel and tire wear, this may be too much to ask if you want to win the 110,000cr prize.

The last race is limited to Vision GT vehicles exclusively, thus you most certainly cannot utilize the Urus. Fortunately, if you wish to follow a theme, there is a Lamborghini Vision GT, and entry requires simply adhering to an 850PP limit. The Interlagos race consists of seven laps, with a prize of 88,000cr for the winner.

The completion incentives for this week are unique. For finishing one event, which awards a unique part from the Tuning Shop’s Ultimate area to a randomly selected car, you’ll get a Six-Star (Parts) Ticket; for clearing three, you’ll receive a 150,000cr ticket. A Six-Star (Car) Ticket, which often grants a high-value Brand Central vehicle and may include Invitation automobiles, is awarded for crossing all five items off the list. If the ticket problem occurs this week, it wouldn’t be ideal.

To be able to access the Weekly Challenges, you must have finished GT Cafe Menu Book 39 and seen the climax film. We would anticipate the next set on Friday, April 5, since there has been a recent change in the schedules. Currently, the events update at midnight local time on Thursday nights and Friday mornings.

Gran Turismo 7 Weekly Challenges March Week 5:

  • Autodromo de Interlagos – Vision GT Trophy
    • Number of Laps: 7
    • Restrictions: Vision Gran Turismo, ≤850PP
    • Win Reward: 88,000cr
  • Blue Moon Bay Infield A Reverse – European Clubman Cup 600
    • Number of Laps: 4
    • Restrictions: Road Car, Europe
    • Win Reward: 50,000cr
  • Fishermans Ranch – Special Event
    • Number of Laps: 2
    • Restrictions: Lamborghini Urus, Dirt Tires
    • Win Reward: 75,000cr
  • Laguna Seca – World Touring Car 700
    • Number of Laps: 10
    • Restrictions: ≤700PP, Racing Tires
    • Win Reward: 110,000cr
  • Trial Mountain – Hypercar Parade
    • Number of Laps: 5
    • Restrictions: Road Car
    • Win Reward: 100,000cr


  • Complete 1 event: Six-Star (Parts) Ticket
  • Complete 3 events: 150,000cr Ticket
  • Complete 5 events: Six-Star (Car) Ticket

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