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    Happy New Year Gearheads,

    We’re kicking 2022 off the right way and there’s nothing better than on the track! Let’s jump straight into our weekly round-up and see what’s planned for this week in The Crew 2.

    LIVE SUMMIT – PRO TRACK (JANUARY 5 – JANUARY 12)


    This week is all about professional driving, perfect trajectories, and skill. Defy the elites of Motornation and prove to everyone that you are the ace! Check out what’s up for grabs in this week’s LIVE Summit:

    PLATINUM: LEGENDARY TC PERF PARTS (NITRO CHEMIST, EXTRA PUMP & LUCKY)
    GOLD: SPEARHOG SEMI-SLICK TIRE
    SILVER: 52.5K SPARE PARTS
    BRONZE: 150K FOLLOWERS

    You can find all the details on The Crew Hub

    Make sure you’re ready for the track with this week’s LIVE Summit bundle. Two amazing track cars, one great price!

    [TC2] News Article - TWTC2 220104 - Pro Track

    • Pagani Zonda R (2008) – Touring Car
    • KTM X-Bow R (Edition Two) (2016) – Alpha GP


    VEHICLES & VANITY BUNDLES


    Two classic vehicle & vanity bundles will be available in the Far & Beyond store this week. Add the High Octane and Amber bundles to your collection. Available in-game until January 11th.

    Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) - High Octane Edition (2002) – High Octane Bundle


    [TC2] News Article - TWTC2 220104 - High Octane

    • Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) - High Octane Edition (2002) – Street Race
    • Neon Lavender Tire
    • Deep Blue Sideblade Underglow


    Porsche 911 GT1 Straβenversion (993) (1996) – Amber Bundle


    [TC2] News Article - TWTC2 220104 - Amber

    • Porsche 911 GT1 Straβenversion (993) (1996) – Hypercar
    • Yellow Nitro
    • Blinking Orange Underglow
    • Orange Tire
    • Orange Tint


    BASIC BUNDLE


    Touring Xpert 14

    • Ferrari FXX K 2014 (2014) – Touring Car
    • Ferrari 488 GT3 (2016) – Touring Car
    • Ferrari 599XX Evo (2011) – Touring Car


    COMMUNITY ROUNDUP


    [TC2] News Article - TWTC2 220104 - Enzanorm
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