Festival Playlist events and rewards Mar. 28 - Apr. 4 (Summer S32)

Summer Season Festival Playlist (FH5 Horizon Race-Off - S32)

Here are the details on this week’s events and rewards. Share tips along with your tuning setup codes.

The McLaren Artura is this week’s new exclusive reward car from the Festival Playlist.


The season starts at 7:30am Pacific on March 28 and ends Thursday, April 4, 2024 2:30 PM
This is the first season of the Horizon Race-Off series.


Horizon Race-Off pitches two new community-wide goals for our players to complete, one for Asphalt Racing and one for Off-Roading. After each goal has been met every player will receive a reward in their Message Center. For Asphalt Racers, complete Road & Drag Racing, Street Racing, and Midnight Battles in Mexico; Speed Racing in Hot Wheels; Apex Predators Races in Rally Adventure. For Offroad Racers, complete Dirt Racing and Cross Country Racing in Mexico; Hazard Racing in Hot Wheels; Grit Reapers Races and Horizon Raptors Races in Rally Adventure. See the Festival Playlist menu for activity in the progress bar for each challenge.

  • Asphalt Racers Reward: 2024 Ford Mustang GT (newly added Seasonal Exclusive car)
  • Offroad Racers Reward: 2023 Ford F-150 Raptor R (newly added Seasonal Exclusive car)


Points are accumulated across all four seasons. Each event in the Festival Playlist has a number of points to earn noted in the bottom left corner of the event tile. Accumulate points with any combination of completed events to earn the first reward car, and continue earning points from remaining events to earn the second reward car. Cars noted as Seasonal Exclusive are not available in the Autoshow, so grab them while you can! But don’t worry if you miss them, these cars may come back again for future Festival Playlists.

Series total: 292 Points

  • Series Reward: 1986 Audi #2 Audi Sport quattro S1 (Seasonal Exclusive car) (80 points)
  • Series Reward: 2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante (Seasonal Exclusive car) (160 points)

Season Total: 75 points

  • Season Reward: 2023 McLaren Artura (newly added Seasonal Exclusive car) (20 points)
  • Season Reward: 2018 Porsche Macan LPR Rally Raid (Seasonal Exclusive car) (40 points)


Completing these events earn seasonal points plus Forzathon Points (FP) which can be used in the Forzathon Shop.

#Forzathon Weekly Challenge
(5 pts) These four challenges must be completed in sequence.

What to Drive?
Dual Blue Own and drive the 2008 SUBARU Impreza WRX STI or the 2013 SUBARU BRZ
Pitching Corners Earn 6 stars at any Drift Zone in your WRX or BRZ
At Your Best Take a photo of the WRX or BRZ
Test of Skill Win either a Dirt Race or a Street Race in your WRX or BRZ

#Forzathon Daily Challenges
(1 pt each) Each new challenge starts daily at 6:30am PT and is open for 7 days.

Race Off Begins Visit the Race Off Festival Site at Emerald Circuit
On Camera Earn 4 Stars at Speed Traps
Wheel a Glance Take a photo of any Ford
Street Cleanup Smash 3 Trash Cans
Sandy Landing Earn a Kangaroo Skill in Dunas Blancas
Spin of the Wheel Redeem a Wheelspin or Super Wheelspin
Wild Encounter Earn a Awesome Burnout Skill at the Horizon Wilds Outpost


Toggle the menu to show the rewards and restrictions for each event - if you complete the event in a car outside the restrictions or fail to meet the target, you won’t get the reward and points from completion. You must have unlocked the Hall of Fame with Accolade points to enter the Trial. Access to Rally Adventure events require defeating the three team champions. Access to Hot Wheels events requires the Hot Wheels Expansion DLC; users without the DLC will still be able to gold the season and unlock the “Min, Meet Max” Achievement without these event points.

Pts Event Name Requirement Route
3 Horizon Arcade Mini Games Complete any Horizon Arcade theme
10 The Trial Young and Old (A800) Modern Sports Cars Road Racing (Arch of Mulegé Circuit)
3 EventLab Take No Michi ‘Night Race’ (B700) Horizon Special: Evo vs Impreza (Tropico Cross Country)
2 Danger Sign Mountain Top (S2 998) Anything Goes - 1,772 feet
5 Championship Superpowered (S1 900) Super GT Road Racing (Emerald Circuit)
5 Championship A Rally Good Tour (B700) Japanese Modern Rally Dirt Racing (Barranca Trail)
5 Championship Racing the Streets (S1 900) Track Toys Street Racing (Bosque del Sur)
5 Championship A Good Sport (B700) Sports Utility Heroes Cross Country Racing (Urban CC Circuit)
3 Treasure Hunt Star Searching In the 50s we looked to the stars and space for design inspiration, take a space age car and look for the tool to see the bright night sky!
2 Photo Challenge #Uncovered Take a photo of any Offroad car in Uxmal
2 The Eliminator Battle Royale Finish 30th or better
2 RA Speed Trap Orogrande Rush (S2 998) Anything Goes - 160 mph
5 RA Championship From Strength to Strength (A800) Modern Muscle The Narrows
2 HW Drift Zone Rockslide (S2 998) Anything Goes - 180,000 points
5 HW Championship Cryptid Sightings (S1 900) Rally Monsters Forest Gorge Hazard Sprint


The total points from Monthly events are divided by four when applied to individual seasons. Completing the events will apply (4 / 4) = 1 point for each Rivals event, (1 x 2) = 2 points maximum applied to each season in this series. Post a clean lap to complete Rivals events; cars are stock and provided as free rentals for the event. This is also an opportunity to test drive new reward cars before you can collect them.

Pts Event Car Route
1 Monthly Rivals River Scramble Ford F-150 Raptor R
1 Monthly Rivals Vista Del Mar Sprint Ford Mustang GT '24


Remember to report any bugs related to the Series or current Season in the Troubleshooting Hub FH5 Report New Issues section.

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Is that Trial car restriction correct?

Modern Sports Cars, corrected

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I think you mean FH5 Report New Issues

These were my Top 3 Cars and Tunes from the recent European Modern Sports Cars Trial (A800)

I’ll probably be choosing the TVR unless I see something better within the next 24 hours.

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For the Trial.

Alfa Romeo 4C 2014

SC: Design 907 860 384 - Tune 600 119 947 (A 800)

For the EventLab.

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR 1999

SC: Design 500 431 009 - 690 582 564 (B 700)

For the Danger Sign.

Lamborghini Sesto Elemento 2011

SC: Design 188 614 904 - Tune 232 287 091 (S2 998)

For the Championships.

Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black Series 2009

SC: Design 110 113 671 - Tune 425 496 772 (S1 900)

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR 2009

SC: Design 164 662 187 - Tune 290 909 728 (B 700)

^Can also be used for the EventLab.

Porsche 911 GT3 2021

SC: Design 347 651 103 - Tune 118 132 157 (S1 900)

Hyundai Kona N 2022

SC: Design 736 454 214 - Tune 916 231 983 (B 700)


How is the treasure hunt done?

According to some all we need to do is visit the Telescope in a 1950’s car. Sounds simple.

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Thanks for the reply, it sounds simple

unless there is some hidden meaning the logic is there in the convoluted clue

space age= 1950’s
tool to look at the stars = telescope

logic: take a 1950’s car to the telescope. i.e a product of the space age to something used to look at stars

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B class Modern Rally on dirt continues to hold PGG’s families hostage I see.

And it thought it could be subtle about it by adding the word “Japanese” to the title. That’s like 2 cars worth of difference.


my thoughts exactly. and I didn’t even realize there were 2 non-Japanese modern rally.

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I know there is at least one Ford, but I said 2 because my memory isn’t the most reliable and I wanted to cover my bases.

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I just default to the @TonyKartRcr ”trial killer”, which now finally has a dedicated sponsored out livery. It’s pretty much the only time I run m/c.


In promo I only see the 10 Japanese, 4 Mitsu and 6 Subie. The Fords are hatch or monsters until the 99 Puma.

I mean it’s kinda funny though.


Alfa Romeo 2014 4C (Sponsored By): 176 783 612
Alpine 2017 A110 (Alpine RWB): 640 818 308
Audi 2010 TT RS Coupe (Sponsored TTRS): 178 172 538
BMW 2008 Z4 M Coupe (Gulf): 948 979 316

Audi 2015 TTS Coupe (Sponsored By): 598 648 081

Eagle 2012 Speedster (Sponsored By): 395 555 012
Honda 2009 S2000 CR (Manchester City): 483 217 667
Lotus 2023 Emira (Sponsored By): 173 409 075
Lotus 2023 Emira (Manchester City): 168 388 081
Mazda 2016 MX-5 (Green Gulf): 248 856 466
Mazda 2016 MX-5 (Blue Gulf): 943 749 620

Honda 2003 S2000 (Sponsored By): 905 916 669

Mercedes-Benz 2012 SLK 55 AMG (Sponsored SL): 975 436 842
Nissan 2019 370Z Nismo (Sponsored By): 166 596 194
Nissan 2019 370Z Nismo (Concentric, no sponsors): 123 161 569
Porsche 2015 Cayman GTS (Sponsored Cay): 176 518 384
Porsche 2015 Cayman GTS (Inverted Sponsor, black and white swapped): 839 275 349
Porsche 2019 911 Carrera S (Sponsored By): 852 124 520

Porsche 2018 718 Cayman GTS (Gulf): 600 086 964

Subaru 2013 BRZ (Gulf): 667 029 853
Toyota 2013 86 (Toyota Gulf): 172 158 907
TVR 2018 Griffith (Sponsored By): 151 978 990
TVR 2018 Griffith (Manchester City): 117 468 685

I’m particular proud of the line work on the Alfa Romeo. The Emira is essentially a color inversion of one of my most popular Man City designs. Hopefully this will give you some useful options. Some of them are just sharing existing codes. I don’t re-share codes if they already have an existing (10+ download) code, I just copy the code down. Less visibility in-game, but you guys can see it.

Featured Sponsors/vinyl groups:

MAHLE: 346 678 985
Sparco white on black background: 740 928 789
Sparco black on white background: 113 891 855

The Sparco logo is very circle based. Easy if you can use overlapping circles… would have been a pain to do single color with no vinyl masks. MAHLE was similar to MOMO. I’ve gotten better at adjusting the lines once on the car instead of in the regular editor part, which speeds things up.


that’s what I thought… they’re trying to pass it off as new :joy:


Decided to jump on to have a look at the McLaren Sabre for the first time & I have to say, it’s a little underwhelming imo. The V8 sound is, well, I’ll say interesting for sure & “stock” acceleration/handling is a bit weak compared to other recent additions in this class. I did a quick test drive video for anyone interested who hasn’t yet purchased the car pack as well as a new design. Didn’t get a chance to spend time with any of the other cars yet, but looking forward to it. Quality car pack overall for a change.

Design SC: 602 373 513 - “Metal Sabre”