How to complete the Forza Horizon 5 ‘Race Against Time’ Treasure Hunt

Oasley Beattie
Here’s how to find the treasure in the Race Against Time hunt within Forza Horizon 5, but also a full guide to this week’s festival playlist.
How to complete the Forza Horizon 5 'Race Against Time' Treasure Hunt

It may be another dry ‘Winter’ season for Forza Horizon 5 this week, but it’s an Autumn season in the real world for the next three months.

With both starting days conveniently on a new season, this week contains the usual Treasure Hunt and challenges within the penultimate week of Rami’s Racing History, with the 1990s and 2000s as its representation. 

The cars you can earn this week are the Subaru Legacy RS 1990 for 20 points, and the Jaguar XJ220 1993 for 40 points. 


As for the Forza Horizon 5 Treasure Hunt named “Race Against Time”, this comes with the clue “Race like it’s 1999 with a purrrfect finish”. This requires you to win a Road Race with the Ford Racing Puma 1999.

This car can be bought from the Autoshow for 20,000CR, and any road race can be used to complete the clue. 

Upon completion, an orange circle will appear around the Aeródromo En La Selva, which can be found within the south-western area of the map.

The Treasure Chest can be found nearby a hangar and a traffic control tower, that is located just to the south of the runway. It is between the roads, so look carefully amongst the faunae. 

Once found, simply smash into the Treasure Chest, and the 100FP and 3 points rewards are yours. 


This week’s Forza Horizon 5 photo challenge requires you to take a photo of the Mitsubishi GTO 1997 underneath the Arch of Mulegé. The car can be bought from the autoshow for 20,000CR, and the arch can be found at the north entrance of Mulegé. 

Simply drive underneath the arch, open the camera app by using up on the D-pad and tap A to snap the picture to gain the rewards. Upon completion, the Cat Meow Car Horn is yours. You can equip these by entering the car horn tab in the main menu. 


This week’s rewards available within Series 11’s Dry season are two cars, a jumper and a paire of gloves, alongside the always available Wheelspins. 

Both cars are available from the autoshow, with a cheap combined cost of 15,550,000 CR.

The available items from the Forzathon Shop this week are: 

  • McLaren F1 GT 1997 – 800 FP 
  • Farid Rueda Bear Jumper – 75 FP 
  • UK Race Gloves – 75 FP 
  • Porsche 911 GT2 1995 – 200 FP 
  • 1x Super Wheelspin – 150 FP 
  • 1x Horizon Wheelspin – 60 FP 


The sleek Nissan Silvia Spec-R 2000 takes the lead within this weeks Weekly Challenge, an absolute beauty and icon when it comes to representing drifting.

Unlockable through the Autoshow for 35,000CR, you’re convenintly tasked with showing off its drifting skills, by winning a Street Race, earning 5 Ultimate Drift Skills, and finishing it off with earning 5 stars at Drift Zones.

Just make sure to replace the tyres when you’re done with it 

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