GT7 Weekly Challenges March 2024 Week 4

Gran Turismo 7 Weekly Challenges March 2024 Week 4

Gran Turismo 7 Weekly Challenges March 2024 Week 4

As we wait for news on the next Gran Turismo 7 update, a new set of weekly challenges has arrived. With 500,000 credits on offer for simply completing all five events, there are some lucrative cash prizes to be won this week. There’s also a Special Event starring a legendary NASCAR racer.

Let's take a look at what you can expect in week four Gran Turismo 7’s March Weekly Challenges.

GT7 Weekly Challenges March 2024 Week 4

GT7’s Weekly Challenges update at midnight local time on Wednesday evenings or Thursday mornings depending on your time zone. You need to have completed GT Cafe Menu Book 39 and watched the ending movie to access them.

This week’s GT7 Weekly Challenges start on 22 March at midnight local time and end on 29 March at the same time.

Gran Turismo 7 March Week 4
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European Sunday Cup 500

Sardegna – Road Track – B - 2 laps

This week’s challenges start with a traditional Sunday Cup with a casual two-lap race around Sardegna. You’ll need a European road car for this event but there’s no PP limit, although a 500 PP cap is suggested to keep the competition even.

You’ll only take home 10,000 credits for victory, so don’t overspend on car upgrades. 

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Japanese Clubman Cup 550

Laguna Seca – 3 laps

The next race takes us to the challenging Laguna Seca circuit for a three-lap race in Japanese sports cars with 12 cars on the grid. Any Japanese road car can be entered and there’s no PP limit, with 40,000 credits on offer for victory.

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Special Event – Plymouth Superbird – One Make

Daytona International Speedway – 3 laps

GT7’s latest Weekly Challenges brings a new one-make special event that puts you behind the wheel of the Plymouth Superbird. Boasting a gigantic rear wing, the Superbird was specifically designed to enter the 1970 NASCAR Daytona 500. To comply with regulations, around 1,920 examples were built for the road. Fittingly, this three-lap race takes place at Daytona International Speedway.

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If you don’t own it, the Superbird is currently available to buy at the Legends Cars Dealership. There’s no PP limit so you can upgrade its performance, with 60,000 credits up for grabs if you take the win.

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Race of Turbo Sportscars

Suzuka Circuit – 5 laps

As the name suggests, you’ll need a turbocharged car for the Race of Turbo Sportscars event at Suzuka. This five-lap race has a 700-PP cap, so choose your car wisely. A 70,000-credit prize is on offer for first place. 

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Neo-Classic Competition

Fuji International Speedway – 10 laps

The final event requires you to start Bonus Menu Book 43, but you don’t need to finish it to unlock it. You do, however, need to reach Collector Level 33 to unlock this Bonus Menu Book. This ten-lap race at Fuji has plenty of restrictions you need to be aware of. First, you need a car with an 800 PP rating or less with Racing tyres.

In addition, the car must have been built between 1980 and 1999 to be eligible. There’s also a 10x fuel and 9x tyre wear limit, so you’ll need to make a pit stop at an opportune time. Finishing at the top of the podium will reward you with 168,000 credits. 

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As for this week’s bonus rewards, completing one event wins you a 100,000-credit ticket, while completing three gives you a 200,000. Conquering all five events wins you a 500,000 credit prize, , and five-star roulette ticket for conquering all five. Don’t forget you only need to finish in third place or higher in each event to earn these rewards.

Alongside the Weekly Challenges is a new set of GT7 Daily Races to tackle. Polyphony has yet to confirm if GT7 will get a content update this month. Most updates arrive on the last Thursday of the month, so we’ll probably get a teaser for update 1.44 from Kazunori this weekend if it’s coming next week.

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