Winter #Forzathon Shop, Festival Playlist events and rewards through April 2


Starts March 26 at 7:30 a.m. Pacific
This is the third season of Series 20.

Next change: April 2 at 7:30 a.m. Pacific

The 1969 Toyota 2000GT is a new exclusive reward available from 50% seasonal Festival Playlist completion.



  • 600FP Car: 2019 Porsche Macan Turbo
  • 450FP Car: 2018 Italdesign Zerouno (previously available Exclusive model)
  • Emote: Clown Dance
  • Clothing: Clown Mask
    Wheelspins cost 40 & 150 FP



Earn 100 FP from the weekly challenge plus 10 per Daily, plus Bonus for all, double for owning the Lake Lodge.

Weekly Challenge: - 15%
Must be done in sequence to count, all completed within the season to earn completion.

  • Own and drive a Retro Rally car
  • Earn 3 Airborne Pass Skills in a Retro Rally car
  • Earn 5 Lucky Escape Skills with your Retro Rally car
  • Earn a 3 star score at the Derwent Water Speed Zone with your Retro Rally car

Daily Challenges: - 1% each
Each challenge is open for 72 hours from 7:30am Pacific of the start day. See Skills list.

  • Earn 4 stars in total from Speed Zones
  • Glance a wall with the rear of your car while drafting to earn 2 Drift Tap Skills
  • Earn 1 Great Skill Chain
  • Earn 1 Great Clean Racing Skill
  • Earn 1 Clean Start Skill
  • Earn 2 Street Scene events
  • Earn 1 Great Air Skill

SEASONAL EVENTS - (5% each) 48% total

Championship Rewards include the named item for placing 1st against Highly Skilled Drivatars, plus additional CR rewards.

The Trial Co-Op Championship: “Snow Returns” | Road Racing | (S1 900) Classic Racers

  • Reward: Maserati Tipo 61

Showcase Remix: Ride to Anywhere (Hovercraft)

  • Reward: Super Wheelspin

Seasonal Playground Games | Mudkickers’ | (S1 900) Rally Monsters

  • Reward: MINI Countryman (previously available Exclusive model)

PR Stunt: Rail Yard Ramp Danger Sign | 774.3 feet

  • Reward: Super Wheelspin

PR Stunt: The Roman Mile Speed Trap | 235.0 mph

  • Reward: Super Wheelspin

PR Stunt: Coppice Speed Zone | 86.0 mph

  • Reward: Super Wheelspin

Championship: “This Side Up” | Cross Country | (A800) Offroad Buggies

  • Reward: Emote: Back Spring

Championship: “Neither Rain Nor Sleet” | Dirt Racing | (C600) Classic Rally

  • Reward: 2011 DS 3 Racing (previously available Exclusive model)

Championship: “Ice Truckers” | Cross Country | (B700) Trucks

  • Reward: 2002 BMW M3-GTR (previously available Exclusive model)

Series Events
Completing the monthly events applies their completion percentage to all four seasons in the Festival Playlist, applying retroactively for past seasons within the series.

Horizon Story - 11%

  • Express Delivery

Monthly Rivals - 5%

  • McLaren Speedtail at Lakehurst Copse Circuit

Online Adventure - 14%

  • Qualification


Trial was was classic racers. 2 sprints and a circuit. Stupid games on the other hand, we just won and the game froze. Now I have to waste time for no reason. Too many loading screens. thanks.


Playground games were a blast; tore the other team apart (but they gave a full-throated fight). Can’t wait to do it again with clubmates. Toyota 2000GT '69 is a beauty. :+1:t3:

Man, these seasonals are really bad…

A800 CC Buggies yet again, this time in the snow which mandates AWD. Classic Rally C600 is ok, but not in Winter! B700 Trucks will depend on the track but generally speaking neither the Unimog nor the MB Racing Truck are good drives. Trial requires extensive modification yet again, in cars with bad grip, and S1 Rally Monsters in Winter PGG must be an absolute torment to play.

Yet another unfun month just for another car. :frowning:

Ah the CC A800 AI speed hacks buggies. That event and any races on that Ambleside village circuit are overused and should be given a rest for a while. :grinning:

C- class dirt: Volvo 242 with Matthewkoma99’s tune “Winter season”
At Highly Skilled level AI can’t keep up with you. Really easy max points. Just remember that AWD turns with gas.

CC buggies: Exocet with DJS’s tune.
Should be quite easy max points.

B-class Merc trucks: Unimog with TenienteMM22’s tune “B700 Seasonal”
Again, should be quite easy max points

All of these are easy to drive without assists. I only use automatic transmission.

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Just two things, the Toyota GT is achingly beautiful,
the MC Laren Speedtail is one of the top five Uglies in the game…

sad I had to tune my Mitsubishi to achieve the Derwent speed zone in the Forzathon

Quick tip: if you’re having problems with the speedzone for the forzathone, use the Renault 5 Turbo. I found it easiest with that one

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Dumb question, but what percentage do the seasonal events count for in terms of overall festival playlist completion? I’m at 43% for the overall playlist (finished everything last week, but didn’t the week before and haven’t done the online adventure) and wanted to know if I could get the 600 LT this week.

The series events - Story, Rivals, and Online Qualifiying - apply in full to the series completion, while the seasonal percentages add 1/4th their value to the series total.

Easy trial this time 2nd, 2x 1st, 3 wins for players team.
Used Shelby Daytona Coupe '65, fitted with winter tires and set for grip, tune 128 183 812
For B 700 truck I used MB Unimog , tune 176 955 496, alternative would be MB Tankpool tuned 133 409 255 , but considering its winter cross country, I wouldn’t recommend it.
C 600 classic rally I used Mr., Bean’s go kart Mini Cooper S '65, tune 226 885 593
Honor for being offroad buggy A 800 again pointed to Ariel Nomad and ist actually nice to drive, if you spend some time tinkering around it, tune 993 144 094

For weekly forzathons car I picked Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI '99 just some parts put together, tune 135 065 391
I run Mudkickers 4x4 scramble on new racer difficulty, to get airborne pass skills. then went Horizon solo and “drifted” on streets of Edinburgh, to get lucky escape skills and finally run the speed zone.

PR Stunts again done with offroad tuned Agera RS and DJS S2 tuned Hoonigan RS200


unlocked the 50% Winter Completion: 1969 Toyota 2000GT (newly available Exclusive model) and got a ban about 30min later saying i unlocked it prior its release date, really ?

I think they have made a mistake, there was a lot of designs which were uploaded prior to the car being released, instead of banning those who did unlock the car prior to release, they have unfortunately banned those of us which created our liveries around the 3pm mark.

I’ve raised a ticket about this, if you have nothing to worry about then I’d suggest you also open one and allow them to look at your save game data.

Here’s hoping those us of mistakenly banned are sorted out quickly.

That’s pretty bad… I really hope they haven’t automatically unshared all your paints.

Yep, every one… ah well, just need to reshare them all again :frowning: I have a few weeks spare thankfully.

Winter is my favorite! Yet to do the trial though but the seasonal stuff i’m dragging my feet through

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Only couple things to say about this week…

  1. Championships and PR’s were silly easy but the prizes were poor

  2. Toyota 2000GT is stunning and it’s great to see my Dream Car back in the franchise, though PG have a made a slight mistake, as they’ve added Bellatrix Yellow, the 1969 version didn’t have Bellatrix Yellow as colour option, only the '67,68 & 70 had Bellatrix Yellow as an option.

  3. Something needs to be done about Players who use the Trainer in game, Did a PPG with friends from a FB group and the other team were disappearing at the flag and reappearing and the score zone with out moving during flag rush and jumping crazy high, they also were disappearing and reappearing in a different location during infected.

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Hi all,

Cars/tunes/suggestions for this weeks online events + PR stunts for those that find such useful. All tunes are my own, unless otherwise noted, all shared by myself (or others). ~ tune name / share code.

**Trial: “Snow Returns” | Road Racing | (S1 900) Classic Racers
**Car used: 1966 Ford Lotus Cortina (Autoshow 50,000 Cr)
**Tune: S1 Classic Snow / 176 742 763

Easy to drive, not too tricky, predictable when it is been difficult. Will easily beat A.I. Performance online, as always, will depend on your ability, how the lag is at the time, possible crazy A.I. behavior, and how your teammates behave - this last one was the issue for me. So this week had a team which included the usual non-tuned rentals, and can’t be bothered tuning teammates, plus the ‘me me me I must be first’ gang - which included member’s of clubs from well known youtube channels (not the owners - clubs that are associated with said channels) - terrible teammates. Anyway tune is AWD, engine swapped for 3.2L inline six, turbo, Forza air, with rally/snow tires.

**Seasonal Playground Games | Mudkickers’ | (S1 900) Rally Monsters
**Car used: 1986 MG Metro 6R4 (Autoshow 125,000 Cr)
**Tune: S900 Games / 102 502 855

Based on the teams I played with/against, the ugly duckling choice for the event - didn’t see any others. Good performance for the games location, stable, not too ‘flippy’, has grip and very good acceleration. Not much to say on the tune, there is not many options for upgrades - standard out of the box with rally/snow tires, rally suspension, tune-able aero and AWD.

PR Stunts:
-Coppice Speed Zone, 1978 Hoonigan Ford Escort RS1800 - ‘S900 Rally Trial’ (680 307 281),
-The Roman Mile Speed Trap, 2019 Rimac Concept Two - ‘PR Stunt Rally’ (120 633 544),
-Rail Yard Ramp Danger Sign, 2019 Rimac Concept Two - ‘PR Stunt Rally’ (120 633 544).
Railyard danger zone is a bit of a pain, landing zone for the required distance is right in front of a train carriage with buildings on either side - landing on the building roof-tops will fail the danger zone. I managed after a few attempts to clear the train carriage - started at the fence line, cleared all obstacles, rewind, make the run, hit the ramp as straight as possible.




Hi all,

Cars/tunes/suggestions for this weeks seasonal events for those that find such useful. All tunes are my own, unless otherwise noted, all shared by myself (or others). ~ tune name / share code.

Solo championships - Raced against Expert, Steering: Simulation, ABS: on, Traction/Stability; Off, Gearbox: Auto.

**Championship: “This Side Up” | Cross Country | (A800) Offroad Buggies
**Car used: 1969 VW Class 5/1600 Baja Bug (Autoshow 60,000 Cr)
**Tune: A800 Offroad F4T / 900 472 482

Previously used buggies tune, will beat the dreaded Can-Am ~ at least on ‘Expert’, so should beat it on lower difficulties, higher I am unsure. Tune is AWD, engine swapped for 2L flat 4 turbo.

**Championship: “Neither Rain Nor Sleet” | Dirt Racing | (C600) Classic Rally
**Car used: 1973 Ford Escort RS1600 (Autoshow 73,000 Cr)
**Tune: C600 Rally / 132 887 190

Good driver, easy to handle - apart from it tends to give no warning it is about to break traction, after a few times you can adjust to know the limits. Tune is RWD (because who needs AWD in C class?) with mud-flaps running rally/snow tires, no aero. I found this nice livery for it - check it out if you like: “Castrol Zakspeed” (169 069 804) by mutch3000.

**Championship: “Ice Truckers” | Cross Country | (B700) Trucks
**Car used: 2014 MB Unimog U5023 (Autoshow 100,000 Cr)
**Tune: B700 CC QickChng / 418 559 127

Stable not tippy, good gear changing (close). The Tankpool trucks that the A.I. uses are faster (but grip how? they don’t have tires choices, and are not on snow tires) I think, however should be no issue to get around them and keep the lead. Full B class tune, engine swapped for 12.8L inline turbo six.


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Man it feels odd to play infected in playground games these days. :smiley:

But irony aside, I think this week I had the best PG event so far since I’ve started playing FH4. No one rage quitted, everyone stayed till the bitter end and we won by an eyelash. 3 - 2.

Trial was easy. My suggestion, if you have it, grab the Ferrari P4 with the proper tune. It is so grippy and doesn’t understeer. A charm to drive and a victory for sure.