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Forza Horizon 5: How to complete the Orilla Del Rio Speed Zone and Valle Danger Sign challenges

This week’s Festival Playlist in Forza Horizon 5 sees the start of Season 18 and features an offroad Speed Zone challenge and a Danger Sign challenge that can be tricky if they’re not approached with the right game plan or the right vehicles. Luckily, that’s where we come in. In the following guide we’ll show you how to complete the Orilla Del Rio Speed Zone and Valle Danger Sign challenges.

How to complete the Orilla Del Rio Speed Zone challenge

To complete the Orilla Del Rio Speed Zone challenge I used the 1998 Mercedes-Benz AMG CLK GTR with an offroad tune by KapienPL (Share Code: 175 280 407).

Approach the Orilla Del Rio Speed Zone about 600 yards from the south. Try to hug the road as best as possible, noting that you’ll have to make two sharp right turns before you reach the Speed Zone’s conclusion.

If you’re having difficulty, refer to our video below.

How to complete the Valle Danger Sign challenge

Mosler MT900S/Playground Games

To complete the Valle Danger Sign challenge for the Season 18, Week 1 Festival Playlist, I used the trusty Mosler MT900S (with an off-road tune by Sineap, Share Code: 144 622 874), which I used to complete the Watersplash Speed Zone a few weeks ago, and countless times in the past, particularly with challenges that include driving fast off-road.

To complete the Valle Danger Sign challenge, approach about 0.6 miles from the northeast, using the road to build up speed before cutting across the field to hit the jump.

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If you’re having difficulty, refer to our video below.


Did this guide help you complete the Orilla Del Rio Speed Zone and Valle Danger Sign challenges for the Season 18, Week 1 Festival Playlist in Forza Horizon 5? If you have any other questions, feel free to leave a comment or shoot us a line.

Enjoy your Super Wheelspins.

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