Winter #Forzathon Shop, Festival Playlist events and rewards through September 16


Starts September 9 at 7:30am Pacific
Ends September 16 at 7:30am Pacific

This is the third season of Series 39.

NEW BACKSTAGE: 1951 Porsche #46 356 SL Gmund Coupe (Exclusive model)

BARN FIND RUMOR: (Spoiler - repeat Winter find)



  • Use “Twist” on each successful challenge to pool and collect all 7 cumulative prizes.*
  • Clothing: Blue Abstract Joggers
  • Clothing: Artist’s Horizon Sweater
  • Wheelspin
  • 1953 Ferrari 500 Mondial
  • Clothing: Timeless Sweater
  • Clothing: Ken Block Helmet
  • Super Wheelspin


  • 599 FP Car: 2019 McLaren Speedtail (Exclusive model)
  • 250 FP Car: 2008 Lamborghini Reventon Forza Edition (Exclusive model)
  • Clothing: Golden Leather Jacket
  • Emote: Sleepy
  • Wheelspins cost this series: 100 FP


  • 50% Winter Completion: 1993 Ford SVT Cobra R (Exclusive model)
  • 80% Winter Completion: 2017 Hoonigan Gymkhana 10 Ford Fiesta ST (Exclusive model)
  • 50% Series Completion: Backstage Pass - see how it works here
  • 80% Series Completion: 1960 Porsche 356 RSR from Emory Motorsport (Exclusive model)


#DIGGINIT: Take a photo of any Rally Monster at the Quarry.

  • Reward: Super Wheelspin
  • Share a scenic photo with the hashtag on social media for a chance for your photo to be featured by Forza.


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.

  • Own and any Hypercar
  • Earn 10 Pass Skills with your Hypercar while racing it
  • Earn a total of 9 stars from Speed Zones with your Hypercar
  • Win a Road Racing Series event at Lakehurst Forest Sprint with your Hypercar

Daily Challenges: (1% each)
Each challenge is open for 72 hours from 7:30am Pacific of the start day.

  • Earn 2 Awesome Skill Chains
  • Combine Drafting and Pass Skills to earn 3 Slingshot Skills
  • Earn 9 stars in total from PR Stunts
  • Complete a Drag Strip
  • Win a Dirt Scramble event
  • Earn 3 Binman Skills
  • Earn 1 Kangaroo Skill


The unique reward listed for seasonal championship events requires you to place 1st against at or above the Highly Skilled Drivatar difficulty setting; the Trial requires Unbeatable difficulty. As of Series 24 Playground Games rewards the car for all participants, win or lose.

The Trial Co-Op Championship: “Snow Showdown” | Road Racing | (A800) Classic Racers

  • Reward: 1961 Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage

Seasonal Playground Games | Bamburgh Castle | (C600) Retro Hot Hatch

  • Reward: 1984 Honda Civic CRX Mugen (Exclusive model)
  • As of Series 24 you don’t have to win the event to earn the reward.

PR Stunt: Northbound Danger Sign | 725.1 feet

  • Reward: Super Wheelspin

PR Stunt: Aerodrome Speed Trap | 200.0 mph

  • Reward: Super Wheelspin

PR Stunt: Lakeshore Speed Zone | 97.0 mph

  • Reward: Super Wheelspin

Championship: “Bugging Out” | Dirt Racing | (A800) Offroad Buggies

  • Reward: Ski Hat

Championship: “White Knuckle Ride” | Street Scene | (A800) Retro Muscle

  • Reward: 1970 AMC Rebel “The Machine” (Exclusive model)

Championship: “Renault Championship” | Road Racing | (B700) Renault

  • Reward: 2016 Renault Clio R.S. 16 Concept (Exclusive model)


  • Monthly Rivals: 2008 Maserati MC12 Versione Corsa at the Greendale Club Circuit (Road Racing)
  • Online Adventure: (requires 1 Qualifying race to get ranked)
    Completing the monthly events applies their completion percentage to all four seasons in the Festival Playlist:
    6% for Monthly Rivals
    15% for Online Adventure Qualifying

As every winter the danger sign is almost impossible, suggestion?

I agree that an angle often works best. There’s a tree to the SE up the hill a bit. I usually use it as a guide for the angle of attack. I used my 98 Supra winter rally tune for all the stunts with the danger sign the only one needing several attempts. It seems like the difficulty isn’t adjusted for Winter.

Yes, but not in this case, with my usual agera rs is not feasible, can you suggest a car and tune for this danger sign in winter?

I used an Agera X class tune called Snow/Jump. Go SE up the hill (off to the left) and get in a position where you can just see the flags. Get up speed coming back down the hill and hold your line (you may have to rewind if you go off the line but it can be easily done without having to rewind). You should clear the required distance by at least 50 to 60 feet or 23 metres thereabouts.

I have 2 main tunes that I use for jumps. The 98 Supra Winter Rally (609 842 300) tune, and an older BMW M6 FE Rally Forzathon (153 972 931) tune. I know but the M6 actually works pretty well maxed on rally springs and dirt tires.

Edit: ok, tried the M6 and though it had my PB for a long time a Mustang S5 has it now. “Rally no Aero” (333 464 317). I made the objective with the Supra and Mustang today in Winter. Hope this helps.

This particular one is the hardest PR stunt in the whole of festival playlist.

Here’s a video how to make it:

Same suggestion as every time for that danger sign, don’t attack it head on, get some angle, you jump much further that way.

As for other suggestions I’ll check tomorrow after lunch here, but quick glance at Max’s post: trial will be Alfa Romeo TZ2, Ford GT 40, Shelby Daytona, …
Solo: offroad buggies - Ariel Nomad, Alumi Craft, Hot Wheels Rip Rod
Renault probably Clio R.S. 200 and for retro muscle I haven’t decided, maybe Viper.
PR stunts will be done as always with Koenigsegg Agera RS or Mosler.
Weekly forzathon hyper car will be Italdesign Zerouno or McLaren/Lego Senna.

Take care everyone and have fun, bb.

45 minutes of my time well spent on this one and I only got it when the Forza gods decided they’d had enough of making my cars bounce up on one wheel, rotate in mid air, or go left or right of the actual jump. I ended up back in the Mosler (after a brief, fruitless sojourn in the Jesko), having swapped to the 7.2l racing engine, and coming in from the right-hand side.

I know how to deal with the jump, but the amount of speed lost as you thumped down ahead of the checkpoint and the distance you were supposed to attain made this a right pain (and a left one).

The video also references both car and the tune.

Danger sign: started here:


I had to use a rewind few times as I actually didn’t see where I’m going (doing this on balcony on laptop, with morning sun at your side, is not really the way to go) but anyway, that was second try.
Speed zone was done in Hoonigan Ford RS200.

If I go to trial, I’ll use Shelby Daytona on winter tires.

Solo championship with retro muscle done with HDT VK Commodore Group A, with offroad tune - winter tires :slight_smile:

Rest I described in my first post.

Have fun everyone, bb


Thanks, just done at first try with Agera RS with jump/snow tune

That’s exactly where i start from El Barto. Best and easiest place to start the run i reckon.

I did the PR stunt jump with 599XX EVO and a snow jump tune. I found the Agera snow jump tune too hard to control the car.

Jump done 2nd try with Hoonigan RS200
Tune 844 946 838.
X class, by our very own El Barto.
Thanks EB. Thing is a giggle to drive too.

This was me doing the danger sign last year.

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I done my PB coming from that line (pretty sure it was Agera RS) starting back past the speed trap though and passing to the right of the big tree near flags. Can’t do it again in Winter as too slippery, done it in Summer. Got a nice slide when i landed which gave me 352 metres (landed in paddock next to Freeway left hand side). Prior to that PB it was 322 metres. Took awhile to get it right when launching and is not something i wish to subject myself to again for several hours.

Glad to see people are having some better results. I tried a few different cars that all made the seasonal req. The M6 tune made it along with the a Jesko, One:1, 02 Corvette and Buick GSX. I practiced a bit with the Supra again and ended up with a best of 922 feet / 281 meters. All of this was from the tree a bit behind El Barto’s example. The Vette is the least expensive and ended up with 791 feet after a few attempts.

One thing that made it easier is hitting the right side of the jump. The further left the more I was in the dip and slowed by the compression.

Koenigsegg one1 - Rally Snow Jumps
Koenigsegg Jesko - Rally Snow Jumps
02 Corvette - Rally Snow Jumps
Buick GSX - Rally Snow Jumps

Aced the jump with the 599XX E :man_shrugging: it accelerates fine on the snow.