Forza Horizon 5 Tsukuba Circuit

Forza Horizon 5 Race Track

The Tsukuba Circuit, located in Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, is a well-known motorsports race track. In fact, it was opened in 1970 and stands as one of the oldest permanent race tracks in the country. Additionally, the circuit boasts a length of 2.045 km (1.275 mi) and is highly regarded for its technical, tight turns that demand precise driving. Furthermore, the track has hosted a variety of motorsports events, such as touring car races, motorcycle races, and time attack competitions. As a result, it has become a popular destination for car enthusiasts and racing fans, both in Japan and internationally.

Forza Horizon 5 players can now race on a full-scale replica of Japan’s Tsukuba Circuit. HokiHoshi has created an accurate replica of Japan’s Tsukuba Circuit . In Forza Horizon 5‘s Event Labs using Google Maps and Assetto Corsa‘s Tsukuba Circuit as references. The full circuit and short circuit layouts can be raced in multiplayer, and HokiHoshi plans to add the chicane layout in the future. It took 35 hours to build over one week.

Forza Horizon 5 Race Track

It’s great to see players using the Event Labs feature in Forza Horizon 5 . To create their own custom tracks and events. It adds an extra level of creativity and community to the game.

How to download Forza Horizon 5 Race Track Tsukuba Circuit

If you want to take the circuit for a test drive. You can download the Forza Horizon 5 Tsukuba Circuit using the following Event Lab share codes:

Full Circuit: 767 531 646
Short Circuit: 162 313 491
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