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Here's hoping for Circuit de Spa to be included. One of the all-time great tracks
There isn't much advice to give you beyond practicing and learning the tracks. I would personally suggest completing the license tests and perhaps trying out a few races in Arcade Mode first. Learning the capabilities of the various drivetrains can be tricky too, but everything comes together with time.
Take driving smooth and steady, especially with the throttle and steering. Once you're comfortable with the drivetrain behaviours you can build on them from there!
Lol good point Roo! I for one will always push for SSR11, no matter how unlikely that is, or Red Rock Valley.
True, lest we not forget the dark days of GT5 when all the Standard cars look like upscaled GT4 versions from the PS2.
I don't know, PD has a history of copy/pasting...
Holding "X", holding "X"......... 5 minutes later, still holding "X"
Yeah that's true, but I like the "racing" part of GT. Staring into the horizon going 300 mph is exciting at first, however at least for me it gets boring quickly
SSRX? Really? I was hoping for something a little more interesting, oh well.
Nice. Hopefully we get some more info on whether or not we'll get a new track. VERY excited on getting the TVR though!
Anyone think that we may get the new TVR Griffith added in an update? Looks great and makes 500 BHP
SSR11 has been absent from any GT game files since GT4, and even then it was only a thumbnail and a partially-overwritten texture file. Sorry, but whoever told you that SSR11 was in any of the PS3 games, no matter how small a remnant, is incorrect
I still think we should get the Sagaris instead of the Tuscan IMO...
Well if the 356 is anything like the Forza 6/7 version, it'll be pretty badass as it is. The DB3S is new to me too, but again, if its anything like the DBR1 '58 in Forza...
So the Porsche 356 AND the TVR Tuscan?? Can't wait for this update! The Tuscan is one of my all-time favourite cars
Sounds like you may be pushing the tyres too hard, but you'll get it. I'm sure there are also other ways to do it. There have been several posts on GTPlanet by Smallhorses and Famine on how to achieve 200 pts on every event, they may have more options or insight on it.
Hmm. Well I won it in a used '89 MX-5, no oil change or upgrades, ballast at 200, started on N1s, pitted after first lap and installed N3s for the remainder of the event. Stayed in 6th for nearly 100 laps, then slowly pulled through to 2nd and stayed there until lap 190, when the 1800 RS went to the pits, won by less than 10 secs at the end.
Hope that helps a bit. I know for some events you have to constantly enter and quit to cycle the opponent line ups til one falls just right for you
Drop to N3 tyres, lower your ballast, and practice til you get the handling difference down. Too much ballast is a bad thing since it slows your acceleration
I used a N2/N3 mix, you can probably get away with S1s but you may need to increase ballast weight to get to 200 pts.
Remember that the opponent's have between 130-150 BHP, so they may be faster in the straight sections. They pit in every 41-43 laps with the exception of the 1800 RS, which can only run 36-39 laps before a stop is needed. If you can manage your pace and your tyre strategy properly, you'll come out in first. Keep a steady pace and remember not to spin your tyres by oversteering or understeer too much. The 1800 RS may take off at an alarming rate, but keep in mind he has to make a pit stop more often than any other opponent