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You must reach Level 3 in order to enter any of the races in the World Classic Car Series. In addition, the following restrictions apply to your choice of car:

Year 1969 or earlier Tyres Unrestricted (GT5aspecicon.png) / Sports:Hard (GT5bspecicon.png)

Recommended Car[edit]

Again, this is a difficult event to choose a car for. At level 3, there is nothing suitable in the New Car Dealerships that meets the entry criteria.

In the used car dealerships, the elusive Jaguar E-TYPE Coupe '61, which you may have got for the European Classic Car Championship, will be able to handle the event with minor tuning.

If you purchased the Chevy Camaro Z28 '69 earlier, this car will easily handle the event if properly tuned.

For B-spec, your driver may struggle at the Eiger Norwand and possibly Autumn Ring with the Buick Special, so you may wish to use to Buick to complete the Classic Muscle Car Championship B-spec first, in order to win the Shelby Cobra 427 '66 which, untuned, will easily see a B-spec driver through this event.

Note: the Buick Special 62' is not allowed in this race despite meeting the criteria.


The event consist of three individual races:

Track Circuit de la Sarthe 2009 (No Chicane) Eiger Nordwand Short Track Autumn Ring
A-Spec laps 1 3 3
B-Spec laps 2 6 6

Prize Money[edit]

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

1st 6750cr 2nd 4880cr 3rd 4310cr
4th 4050cr 5th 3940cr 6th 3860cr

Prize Cars[edit]

Cars obtained for getting Gold Trophies (i.e. finishing first) in all three 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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SUBARU 360 '58 Volkswagen Beetle 1100 Standard (Type-11) '49