We are now heading into the Spring season of Forza Horizon 5 Series 1 and that means we have another set of challenges and seasonal events to complete. This weeks big Trial is Rite of Passage and it is one of the toughest me have seen so far.
This event is always the toughest one of the week, but a number of factors this time have meant that Rite of Passage is harder to complete than your average Trial event. Tough drivers and the Classic Sports car restriction all factor in to making it a struggle to come out on top.
But, if you are looking for a Forza Horizon 5 Rite of Passage guide, we have one for you here. You can read on for some good choices when it comes to vehicles and tuning set-ups so you can nab those points and work towards this week’s rewards.
Forza Horizon 5 Rite of Passage
As mentioned, this event is the hardest we have seen in Series 1 so you will need some specialised tuning set-ups for your vehicles.
Luckily, while we had a play ourselves, ‘Baum Gaming‘ has their own tuning setups for two cars which will give you the edge in races for the Rite of Passage event in Forza Horizon 5.
To complete the Forza Horizon 5 Rite of Passage event, you will need to use the following cars and tuning setups:
- Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R 1971 – tune share code: 211 842 949
- Chevrolet Corvette 1953 – tune share code: 161 408 965
If you don’t own the vehicles you will need to buy them from the Autoshow, get lucky in a wheelspin, and purchase the upgraded tune and parts as well.
You may not nab this on the first try – as we mentioned earlier, the Unbeatable Driveatars this time around are particularly tough. However, give it a few goes and you should be able to nab yourself the #24 Ferrari Spa 220 P4.
For more on this week’s events check out the latest Forza Horizon 5 Treasure Chest location, how to get Daredevil skills in Forza Horizon 5, and how to unlock Ultimate Speed skills in the Ferrari 488 Pista.