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Forza Horizon 5: How to complete the La Subida Speed Zone, the Sand and Deliver Trailblazer and the Heights of Mulege Danger Sign weekly playlist challenges

The Forza Horizon 5 Series 15 Spring Weekly Festival Playlist rolls out this week and with it comes a series of Publicity Stunts that can be a bit tricky if they’re not approached the right way. Here’s how to complete the La Subida Speed Zone, the Sand and Deliver Trailblazer and the Heights of Mulege Danger Sign for this week’s Forza Horizon Festival Playlist.

How to complete the La Subida Speed Zone challenge for the Series 15 Spring Weekly Festival Playlist

In our guide for last week’s Forza Horizon 5 Weekly Festival Playlist, I recommended the Mosler MT900S with an offroad tune by Sineap for completing the Sendero Speed Trap objective; hopefully you have no trouble dusting the Mosler MT900S off for this week’s playlist because besides being an outright offroad beast it’s also an extremely advantageous car you can use to complete all three of this week’s Festival Playlist objectives.

The share code for Sineap’s offroad Mosler MT900S tune: 144 622 874

As I said in last week’s guide, this tune “gives the Mosler an Acceleration, Speed and Launch rating of 10.0, a Braking rating of 9.9, a Handling rating of 9.0 and an Offroad rating of 7.8. It allows the Mosler to hit a top speed of 258 MPH, 0-60 MPH in 2.272 seconds and 1,059 HP on Rally suspension and tire compound.”

The Mosler’s high speed and high offroad rating make it well-suited for this week’s challenges, particularly the La Subida Speed Zone, which is all offroad.

I was able to most easily complete the La Subida Speed Zone challenge by approaching approximately 440 yards from the south on the map, building up a little runway before I hit the dirt road on which the speed zone is located; from there I mostly followed the path but made sure to approach the final straightaway from the left to build up as much speed as possible. If you’re having trouble navigating the speed zone, refer to our video below:

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How to complete the Sand and Deliver Traiblazer challenge for the Series 15 Spring Weekly Festival Playlist

To complete the Sand and Deliver Trailblazer challenge for the Series 15 Spring Weekly Festival Playlist in Forza Horizon 5, the Mosler MT900 again is the hero of the day.

Start for the trailblazer about 0.5 miles from the north and try to veer right as you hit the initial jump so you can utilize the road; the key to this trailblazer will be to stay to the right so you can minimize the time you spend in the air after launching off sand dunes.

If you stick to the right and keep the Mosler grounded you should have little trouble completing the Sand and Deliver Traiblazer challenge. If you’re having trouble, refer to our video below.

How to complete the Heights of Mulege Danger Sign challenge for the Series 15 Spring Weekly Festival Playlist

The Heights of Mulege Danger Sign challenge for the Series 15 Spring Weekly Festival Playlist in Forza Horizon 5 is probably the most straightforward of the three challenges, but difficult if you don’t launch from the jump at the right angle or with enough speed built up.

You’ll want to start on the patch of terrain just north of the freeway, approximately 1.4 miles away from the danger sign. Refer to the map below if you’re having trouble finding a reference point.

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Build up as much speed as possible from the starting point and try to hit the jump slightly from the right. This should give you enough hangtime to reach the required 1,082.7 feet off the jump. Refer to the video below if you’re still having difficulty:

Enjoy your Super Wheelspins.


Did this guide help you complete the La Subida Speed Zone, the Sand and Deliver Trailblazer and the Heights of Mulege Danger Sign for this week’s Forza Horizon Festival Playlist? Sound off in the comments.

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