How to complete the “Road Ready” Treasure Hunt in Forza Horizon 5

Justin Melillo
Here’s how to complete the “Road Ready” Treasure Hunt in Forza Horizon 5, alongside a guide to this week’s Festival Playlist.
How to complete the "Road Ready" Treasure Hunt in Forza Horizon 5

We’ve got another Treasure Hunt to take on in Forza Horizon 5‘s High Performance Festival!

Moving into the Winter “Dry Season”, there are a number of tasks to take on which will unlock new items. Most of these tasks also add points which can unlock even more content, including another new car in the game!

Forza Horizon 5 High Performance Festival Playlist - Winter Dry Season Awards

The cars you can unlock this week are the Audi RS 6 ’21 for 20 PTS and the Noble M600 for 40 PTS. That Audi is one of the four new cars added this month.

As for the series itself, you can unlock the Ferrari 599XX 2010 for 80 points, and the McLaren F1 1993 for 160 points. 


The Treasure Hunt named “Road Ready” comes with the clue “Toys never deal well with asphalt, but perhaps a toy meant for the track does better?”

This requires you to jump in any Track Toy typed vehicle. The cheapest one you can own from the Autoshow is the Ford Shelby GT350R 2016 for 75,000 Credits if needed. I’ve jumped in this delicious Ford Mustang Mach E. You can filter your owned cars or cars you are looking to focus by type, just search for Track Toy.

Players will need to win a Road Racing event of any kind. Find one of those blue Road Racing icons and race against the Drivatars for your quickest and easiest results.

Upon completion, an orange circle will appear over the Aerodromo en la Selva, at the southwest of the map.

The Treasure Chest is located inside once of the hangars just to the side of the landing strip, on the southeast section near the Barn Find in the area.

Simply smash into the Treasure Chest, and the 100 FP and 3 PTS are yours. 


This week’s photo challenge requires you to jump into any Retro Supercar and head to the Temple of Quechula.

The cheapest Retro Supercar is the Porsche 911 GT3 2004, a rare car that can be owned for as little as 65,000 credits from the Autoshow. Personally, I prefer how my 1994 Ferrari F355 Berlinetta looks for this photo challenge.

The Temple of Quechula is located to the southwest of Cordillera, with the Sierra Verde Dam somewhat dried up at this time of the season. It’s also to the east of Mulege.

While next to the temple ruins, simply 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 “THIS ISN’T EVEN MY FINAL FORM!” forza link reward is yours. This can be equipped by heading to the customization area in the pause menu. 


This week’s rewards available within Series 20’s Dry season include two cars, those being the Koenigsegg Agera RS 2017 and the Aston Martin DB11.

They join the Mexican Traffic Light Car Horn and the Black Speed Trap Tee items, alongside the always available Horizon and Super Wheelspins. 

Both cars are available to buy from the Autoshow for a combined cost of 2,300,000CR. The available items from the Forzathon Shop this week are: 

  • Koenigsegg Agera RS 2017 – 700 FP 
  • Mexican Traffic Light Car Horn– 75 FP 
  • Black Speed Trap Tee – 75 FP 
  • Aston Martin DB11 2017 – 300 FP 
  • 1x Super Wheelspin – 150 FP 
  • 1x Horizon Wheelspin – 60 FP 


This week’s #FORZATHON Weekly Challenge requires you to jump into the 2015 Ultima Evolution Coupe 1020.

To complete the entire challenge, while in the car, you’ll need to spend 25,000 credits or more on upgrades, win the Festival Drag Strip event, and finally maintain a speed of 180 mph or 289 km/h for 10 seconds. Enjoy! 

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