Forza Horizon 5 Weekly Challenge Fix, Forzathon 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia

The Own and Drive 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia Forzathon Forza Horizon 5 Weekly Challenge fix is for the bug that might impede your progress. There are four steps to completing the challenge, and it seems like the glitch can creep up at any moment. Fortunately, there are a few fairly simple fixes that should work for you, and we’ll list them all in this guide.

forza horizon 5 weekly challenge fix forzathon 2009 ferrari 458 italia
Forza Horizon 5 Weekly Challenge Fix, Forzathon 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia

FH5 Forzathon Weekly Challenge – Own and Drive 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia

To fix the Forzathon Own and Drive 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia Forza Horizon 5 or FH5 weekly challenge, there are a few things that you can try. The first one is to restart the game, and that seems to fix it for most people. The second thing you can do is complete the challenge in offline mode. Somehow, this seems to circumnavigate the bug for some players. Last, but not least, try selling the 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia you might already own and then purchase it again. It appears that the game gets confused sometimes and requires you to buy the car while the challenge is active to count it as “owned.” If none of these fixes work, I’m afraid you’ll have to contact support.

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So, those are the ways to fix the Own and Drive 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia Forzathon weekly challenge bug in FH5 or Forza Horizon 5 that we know of. If you have a different suggestion, feel free to share it in the comments below. As for the challenge itself, it’s not too difficult. It has four steps. The first one is to own and drive the aforementioned Ferrari and take it for a spin, and the second is to beef it up and drive it above 200 mph for a while. Step 3 is to earn six stars in five minutes in a Speed Zone, and the fourth one is to win two Road Circuit events. It’s all very self-explanatory; the bug is the only real problem.

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