Racing in 3 Easy Steps :

This entire guide walks you through the steps of buying your first car, upgrading an attribute on it and entering a race. This assumes you began the game with $15,500 (which you should have) and everything should carry you to the end.

Step 1 Buying A Car





First thing you need to do is buy a car. This can be done by pulling down cars->buy new cars

Click on "1" from the Tech Filter which reveals only "tech 1" cars. Since you are level 1, these are the only cars you can buy right now.



The 4 attributes of each car are power, acceleration, handling and braking. There is no real wrong choice but strategically, the best cars match tracks that are similar to their performance attributes. A car with high power is good on a high power track, acceleration on acceleration, and so forth. For simplicity sake its easier to pick one that is good at all 4 attributes(also called "balanced") or one that leans to a certain attribute and focus on entering races at tracks that are fitting that attribute.



When looking at a car, you can view much more technical details but again -- its made to be simple. The power, handling, acceleration and braking are at the bottom right of the "car card". To purchase a car, click "purchase" under the picture of the car you like the most.

Step 2 Improving Your Car





You can improve your car immediately by using the car dropdown menu and selecting your newly purchased car. From this screen click the plus sign next to the attribute you want to improve by 1%. You can select literally any choice and there isn't a bad choice. By improving your car's slot, you can later attach an upgrade part to the car from this screen.

Step 3 Entering A Race





Entering a race is simple. When you enter the race screen, you will be presented with "newbie tracks". These tracks are only for owner levels 1-2 and once you hit level 3, you cannot race on these tracks. They have shorter "cooldown" cycles in between races and only have tech 1 and tech 2 races. To enter a race, look for a track that has a

red registration open sign

on the right side of the table. Here is some quick tips below on tracks that work best with certain car types :

Autodromo de la Ciudad de Mexico - Not good for power cars, best for handling.

Bridgehampton Raceway - Best for acceleration and power cars.

Dragons Nest Circuit - Best for handling and braking. NOT for power cars.

Flat Rock Park - Really good for high acceleration and handling. Ok for power cars.

Fuji Raceway - Handling and braking only. NOT for power cars.

Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - Best for "balanced" cars.

Monument Park Raceway - Acceleration and handling work best.

Rockingham Raceway - Both power and handling are OK, acceleration is most important here.

Southside Speedway - The "power track", power is king here and acceleration is important too.

The Moon - A "balanced" track like Laguna Seca. Good for cars that are "middle" stats.

The Snake - Handling and acceleration are king. Don't dare enter a power car.

Watkins Glen - Better for power than handling, acceleration is most important.

Willowsprings Raceway - A "balanced" track.



Enter a race by clicking the green "enter race" link and selecting your car from the list. You can then continue to watch the race live when it starts. Races begin as soon as the "registration" closes and npcs are automatically entered at that point. As long as you place 8th and up, you win income and any NPC you defeat has a chance to drop upgrade parts which can be used to improve your car more.



You can also set your name color or reselect your country from the garage dropdown.

Your Quests(Gain a new one at 0:00 CST)
Empty Quest
You can store up to 3 quests. Players gain 1 quest at 0:00 CST. BOOST sponsorship players gain 2 quests at 0:00 CST.
Empty Quest
You can store up to 3 quests. Players gain 1 quest at 0:00 CST. BOOST sponsorship players gain 2 quests at 0:00 CST.
Empty Quest
You can store up to 3 quests. Players gain 1 quest at 0:00 CST. BOOST sponsorship players gain 2 quests at 0:00 CST.

Locked Quest
Only BOOST sponsorship players may store a 4th quest. You can store up to 3 quests. Players gain 1 quest at 0:00 CST. BOOST sponsorship players gain 2 quests at 0:00 CST.
Note : If your track changes from RANKED to UNRANKED before a race finishes, the goal is NOT counted. Do NOT enter races around 0:00 CST in the hopes of completing goals. Newbie tracks(eligible to new players only) are ALWAYS counted as a Ranked Track for quest purposes. If you have completed a number divisible by 5 of quests(example :5,10,15,20), you will also earn 2 Collection cards.



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