Last updated on January 12th, 2021 at 02:01 pm
In addition to a title update and December’s new car pack, there are also new monthly Rival events now available in Forza Motorsport 4. The first, Climbing Kaido, highlights the 2011 Monster Sport Suzuki SX4 which is included in the IGN Car Pack, so you’ll need to download it to be able to compete, but it does come with the incentive that 100 people each week will receive a unicorn car for taking part – in this case, the 2002 BMW M3 GTR. Personally, we can’t wait to try the 50’s Track Day event and the 80’s Hot Lap to see how we rank up.
- Car/Class: 2011 Monster Sport Suzuki SX4
- Track: Fujimi Kaido New Hill Climb
The ultimate hill climb car meets the ultimate hill in Forza 4, as you tackle Fujimi Kaido in the 2011 Monster Sport Suzuki SX4. Will you be able to overcome both the track and your rival? Each week, 100 randomly chosen players from this leaderboard will receive a 2002 BMW M3-GTR, a “unicorn car” only available from Turn 10. The December IGN Pack is required to participate in this event.
The Lone Driver
- Car/Class C-Class Autocross
- Track: Sunset Peninsula
Anyone can have a great car but, in Autocross, you also need to have the driving skill to match. Weave your way through the cones with a mixture of raw aggression and careful precision to prove that you have the skills to take down your rival.
The Shortest Mile
- Car/Class: R3 Supercars
- Track: Top Gear Mile Drag
Why live your life a quarter mile at a time when a mile is longer? Take to the famed British airfield in your favorite tuned supercar to defeat your rival in this drag racing challenge.
One Lap Thriller
- Car/Class: 80s Production, PI Max of 275
- Track: Sebring Club
It’s the 1980s all over again, as you hit the track in ‘80s production cars for your one-lap chance to take down your rival. Tuning setups are allowed within restrictions.
‘50s Roadster Champion
- Car/Class: 1958 or older Euro Roadster, PI Max of 500
- Track: Infineon NASCAR
In their day, these legendary cars were the kings of motorsports. Here’s your chance to recreate that feeling as you navigate through heavy traffic featuring other iconic ‘50s roadsters. Tuning setups are allowed within restrictions.
Compete with the support of the ODRC
Incidentally, if you want to take on these challenges and many more as part of a growing Forza club, then why not join the ORDC on Forza 4. Just drop us a comment or message with your gamertag and we’ll send an invite. Not only will you be able to race with likeminded people, but there’s a growing number of tuned and optimised rides available in the Club Garage.