As we wait for news on the next content update, a new set of GT7 Weekly Challenges have arrived. Introduced in November’s Spec II update, these weekly challenges bring five new events to tackle, each featuring different locations, car class restrictions, and rewards.
Let’s take a look at what the latest GT7 Weekly Challenges are offering for the week of 14 December.
GT7 Weekly Challenges 14 December
GT7’s Weekly Challenges update at midnight local time on Wednesday evenings or Thursday mornings depending on your time zone. To access them, you’ll need to have completed GT Cafe Menu Book 39 and watched the ending movie.
This week’s GT7 Weekly Challenges start on 14 December at midnight local time and end the same time on 21 December.
European Sunday Cup 400
Brands Hatch Indy Circuit – 3 laps
We start with a casual three-lap race around Brands Hatch Indy Circuit with European sports cars. You’ll need a road car from the UK, Germany, France, Italy, or Austria.
A 450 PP is suggested to keep an even playing field but there are no PP restrictions so you can enter any European road car you like. You can win up to 7,000 credits, so this event won’t make you rich.
Pickup Truck Race
Colorado Springs – Lake – 3 laps
The next race sees players head to Colorado Springs racing American pickup trucks in the dirt. You’ll need a Toyota Tundra TRD Pro ’19 or Ford F-150 SVT Raptor ’11 and a set of dirt tyres for this event, with up to 30,000 credits on offer for taking the victory.
Special Event – Radical SR3 SL – One-Make
Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta – 5 laps
This week brings a new Special Event: a one-make race featuring the Radical SR3 SL track car. Unlike GT7’s Daily Races, you can’t loan cars in Weekly Challenges so you’ll need to buy the Radical SR3 SL if you don’t already own it. There’s no PP limit and you’ll get 80,000 credits for victory, making this one of the most lucrative races.
Japanese Clubman Cup 550
Autopolis International Racing Course – 3 laps
The next race takes us to Autopolis International Racing Course for a three-lap intermediate race with Japanese sports cars. You’ll need to hop into a Japanese road car such as a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution or Subaru Impreza for this event with a suggested but not mandatory 550 PP rating. This means you can tune it up for an easy 20,000 credit crash prize.
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps – 5 laps
The final race pits you in a Porsche in a five-lap race at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. Any Porsche is eligible, but be mindful of the 650 PP restriction if you’re going to tune it up. Winning this event will increase your credit balance by 87,000.
As for this week’s bonus rewards, completing one ticket earns you a 100,000 credit ticket, while completing three wins you a 200,000 credit ticket. Finishing all five will earn you a 5-Star Roulette car ticket. You only need to finish third above in each event to be eligible for the bonus rewards. On top of that, Polyphony is giving free gifts including roulette tickets for players who log in between now and 7 January 2024.
As Polyphony has yet to announce if GT7 players will get any new cars for Christmas, a December monthly update looks increasingly unlikely so we may need to wait until January for the next content update. We already know one of the new cars will be the gorgeous Genesis Vision GT Concept.
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