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You must reach Level 8 in order to enter either of the races in the Festival Italia Series. The following restrictions apply to your choice of car:

Nationality Flag of Italy.svg Italian Tyres Unrestricted (GT5aspecicon.png) / Sports:Hard (GT5bspecicon.png)

Recommended Car[edit]

The opposition consists mainly of Alfa Romeo's with a handful of Fiat's and Lancia's thrown in for good measure. The Italian prize cars up until this point are not good enough for this event, so whilst you could go and purchase one of the more powerful Alfa's, a better choice would be to buy a Ferrari, which can then be used again for a future series.

The Ferrari 512BB '76 will breeze through this event, and with some tuning will also be good for the Supercar Nostalgia event and well tuned it can easily take down the Ferrari event (La Festa Cavallino). It's available from the Ferrari Dealerships from Level 8 onwards - the same level as this event.

For those that have raced ahead with other modes and have reached Level 13, the Ferrari 458 Italia '09 is another option, as it will also be good for the La Festa Cavallino event and possibly the Gran Turismo World Championship in the professional series with some tuning.


The event consists of two individual races:

Track Rome Circuit London
A-Spec laps 3 3
B-Spec laps 6 6

Prize Money[edit]

In this event, prize money is awarded for placing in the following positions in a race:

1st 12,140cr 2nd 8,770cr 3rd 7,750cr
4th 7,280cr 5th 7,080cr 6th 6,950cr

(Original rates)

Prize Cars[edit]

Cars obtained for getting Gold Trophies (i.e. finishing first) in both the races are as follows. Note that each car will only be awarded once, so be mindful of this if you choose to sell.

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Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA 1600 '65 GT5 standard icon.png Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale '63 GT5 standard icon.png