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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2310 on: June 02, 2016, 05:31:30 AM »

Beginner Level Non-Race Car Challenge
    Trial Mountain Circuit, 3 Laps
    Normal cars, 400PP Max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
    Gold: 255,000cr; Silver: 153,000cr, Bronze: 127,500cr
    Gift: Gold: Gathers Drider CIVIC ’98
        Silver: GT PASTELTONE 002-C
        Bronze: GT FLUORESCENCE 001-C


Intermediate Level Non-Race Car Challenge
    Midfield Raceway, 5 Laps
    Normal cars, 500PP Max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
    Gold: 370,000cr; Silver: 222,000cr, Bronze: 185,000cr
    Gift: Gold: Motor Sport Elise ’99
        Silver: GT METALLIC 007-W
        Bronze: GT JAPANESE 009-W


Expert Level Non-Race Car Challenge
    Ciruit de Spa-Francorchamps, 5 Laps
    Normal cars, 500PP Max, Comfort/Soft compounds or less
    Gold: 550,000cr; Silver: 330,000cr, Bronze: 275,000cr
    Gift: Gold: G37
        Silver: GT GREY 002-N
        Bronze: GT MILITARY 002-W

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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2311 on: June 16, 2016, 05:20:16 AM »

Race Car Super Lap
    Circuit de la Sarthe 2013
    Racing cars, 700PP Max, Racing/Soft compounds or less
    Gold: 620,000cr; Silver: 310,000cr, Bronze: 155,000cr
    Gift: Gold: SKYLINE GT-R R33 Touring Car
        Silver: GT GUNMETAL 003-W
        Bronze: GT POLARIZED 010-P


Non-Race Car Super Lap
    Willow Springs Int’l Raceway – Big Willow
    Normal cars, 500PP Max, Comfort/Soft compounds or less
    Gold: 330,000cr; Silver: 200,000cr, Bronze: 120,000cr
    Gift: Gold: BNR34 SKYLINE GT-R V-spec N1 base ’00
        Silver: GT CHROME 007-W
        Bronze: GT FLUORESCENCE 004-W


European Non-Race Car Drift Trial
    Circuit de la Sarthe 2013
    Normal cars
    Gold: 600,000cr; Silver: 330,000cr, Bronze: 150,000cr
    Gift: Gold: NSX LM Race Car ’91
        Silver: GT PASTELTONE 004-W
        Bronze: GT OLD GENERATION 009-C


Front Engine Rear-Wheel Drive Race Car Drift Trial
    Tsukuba Circuit
    Racing cars
    Gold: 380,000cr; Silver: 228,000cr, Bronze: 133,000cr
    Gift: Gold: OPTION Stream Z ’04
        Silver: Matte Light Red
        Bronze: GT PASTELTONE 010-W

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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2312 on: June 19, 2016, 03:48:41 AM »

Pescarolo '03 Tune from friends

95/95
1/2
1/2
7/7
0/0
-.10/+.10
Brakes 6/5
8/10/8
Aero 500/632
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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2313 on: June 19, 2016, 10:39:42 PM »

Thanks Dude, but it needs a tranny  :D This is my Pescarolo 05 also from friends. I cannot remember the details of getting the tranny where it is, sorry
I'm in the high 3:10s and believe I have a wee bit more

Susp; from the top
45/50                         Brakes 5/6
17.54/20.32
4/4
2/1
3/5
1-5/2.0
-0.12/+0.16

Trans:
Top speed slider: 235mph
Finalgear: 2.400
1st: 4.020
2nd: 2.680
3rd: 1.950
4th: 1.580
5th: 1.330
6th: 1.113

Diff
10
25
15

Low RPM turbo
Power at 98.1%

Downforce
475/850

Good luck and have fun

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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2314 on: June 30, 2016, 05:12:23 AM »

Beginner Level Ferrari Challenge
    Willow Springs Int’l Raceway – Big Willow, 3 Laps
    Normal cars, 560PP Max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
    Gold: 320,000cr; Silver: 192,000cr, Bronze: 160,000cr
    Gift: Gold: 512 BB ’76
        Silver: GT FLUORESCENCE 007-W
        Bronze: GT GUNMETAL 006-W


Intermediate Level Japanese 80’s Challenge
    Tsukuba Circuit, 5 Laps
    Normal cars, 450PP Max, Comfort/Soft compounds or less
    1989 or earlier
    Gold: 400,000cr; Silver: 240,000cr, Bronze: 200,000cr
    Gift: Gold: HSR II ’89
        Silver: Matte Dark Blue
        Bronze: GT MILITARY 007-W


Expert Level Historic Race Car Challenge
    Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit, 5 Laps
    Racing cars, 600PP Max, Racing/Hard compounds or less
    1979 or earlier
    Gold: 580,000cr; Silver: 348,000cr, Bronze: 290,000cr
    Gift: Gold: Auto Union V16 Type C Streamline ’37
        Silver: GT PASTELTONE 005-W
        Bronze: GT OLD GENERATION 002-W

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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2315 on: June 30, 2016, 05:14:18 PM »

these are usually just grinders for me, but I have to say, I enjoyed the expert race at Battyhurst
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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2316 on: July 01, 2016, 12:11:45 PM »

these are usually just grinders for me, but I have to say, I enjoyed the expert race at Battyhurst

What car do you like at BatHurt?
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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2317 on: July 01, 2016, 01:22:18 PM »

these are usually just grinders for me, but I have to say, I enjoyed the expert race at Battyhurst

What car do you like at BatHurt?





Why, the Jaaaaag of course  :D
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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2318 on: July 01, 2016, 07:59:43 PM »

these are usually just grinders for me, but I have to say, I enjoyed the expert race at Battyhurst

What car do you like at BatHurt?
Shit I just came home to a power outage. The weather is still cooking and power ETA is an hour and a half away.




Why, the Jaaaaag of course  :D
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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2319 on: July 14, 2016, 05:17:52 AM »

GT3 Race Car Super Lap
    Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit
    Racing cars, 630PP Max, Racing/Hard compounds or less
    Gold: 599,000cr; Silver: 317,000cr, Bronze: 212,000cr
    Gift: Gold: McLaren F1 GTR Race Car ’97
        Silver: GT FLUORESENCE 003-W
        Bronze: GT PASTELTONE 008-W


Non-Race Car Super Lap
    Midefield Raceway
    Normal cars, 550PP Max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
    Gold: 435,000cr; Silver: 230,000cr, Bronze: 153,000cr
    Gift: Gold: Nuvolari quattro ’03
        Silver: GT GREY 005-N
        Bronze: Matte Brown


Non-Race Car Drift Trial
    Indianapolis Road Course
    Normal cars, 5000 in. Max
    Gold: 531,000cr; Silver: 281,000cr, Bronze: 187,000cr
    Gift: Gold: Reventon ’08
        Silver: GT GUNMETAL 010-W
        Bronze: GT OLD GENERATION 005-W


Tuned Car and Race Car Drift Trial
    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
    Tuned cars, Racing cars
    Gold: 581,000cr; Silver: 307,000cr, Bronze: 205,000cr
    Gift: Gold: Zonda R ’09
        Silver: GT POLARIZED 006-P
        Bronze: GT GUNMETAL 006-W


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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2320 on: July 28, 2016, 05:20:09 AM »

Beginner Level Non-Race Car Challenge
    Autumn Ring Mini, 5 Laps
    Normal cars, 450PP Max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
    Gold: 284,000cr; Silver: 170,000cr, Bronze: 142,000cr
    Gift: Gold: Esprit V8 ’02
        Silver: GT PASTELTONE 007-C
        Bronze: GT OLD GENERATION 006-W


Intermediate Level Non-Race Car Challenge
    Twin Ring Motegi Road Course, 3 Laps
    Normal cars, 500PP Max, Sports/Hard compounds or less
    Gold: 351,000cr; Silver: 211,000cr, Bronze: 176,000cr
    Gift: Gold: STRATOS ’73
        Silver: GT GREY 006-N
        Bronze: GT MILITARY 010-C


Expert Level Race Car Challenge
    Circuit de la Sarthe 2013, 3 Laps
    Racing cars, 700PP Max, Racing/Hard compounds or less
    Gold: 452,000cr; Silver: 271,000cr, Bronze: 226,000cr
    Gift: Gold: SUBARU BRZ R&D SPORT ’12
        Silver: GT METALLIC 001-C
        Bronze: GT GUNMETAL 002-C

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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2321 on: December 20, 2016, 11:57:12 PM »

Seasonals haven't been updated for a while.

Beginner: used a stock NISSAN SKYLINE 300GT Sedan because I thought it would give me a challenge with its weight on Tsukuba. It was an easy win @ 422PP, so I did it again but tuned the car a bit and took 10% of the PP away, shifted some weight and added racing brakes. This is up against a couple of V8s, and Elise 111R and the Ford RS200. I mean fair is fair. Second place was on my bumper as IO crossed the finish line. Comfort Soft tires give you just over 1 G of grip. This is a fair challenge, you get paid well, and the prize car is OK.
 
Intermediate: tuned C7 Corvette @ 533PP and Sports Hard tires. I had used this car for something, but I figured that another Corvette may start on the grid and I was right. By lap 2, it was a mano-a-mano between the two Corvettes only. I got in behind the C6 and he was brake-checking on the apexes, so I passed him and let him inhale my exhaust. Until the last lap, he was dogging me at less than a second. He tires on the last lap. I picked up Diablo Red with the Fireblade.
 
The Expert challenge is a bit tougher. I used the GT500 Base Model (2,23 kg/HP) and got close, but it was under-specced, so I will have to do it more than once. It might be enough. 5.4 1.6 seconds short and still underpowered. I put the mid-range turbo on for a 1.97 Kg/HP.
 
Lots of mistakes, so lots of restarts. Beat the Zonda, at 6'36, with over a second to spare. You have to be aggressive and accurate throughout the race. The big car to beat is the Zonda. All other grids have been easier, so far.

Here is an example run. There may be faster cars, but this combo makes for a good challenge.

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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2322 on: December 21, 2016, 06:46:57 AM »

Seasonals haven't been updated for a while.



I don't remember the last time I played this game, and got slack on posting seasonal info.  :-[
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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2323 on: December 22, 2016, 10:37:14 AM »

Seasonals can be good challenges, if you don't pick go-to cars, plus they pay so well that they bankroll buying a lot of cars or colours. To each their own, I guess.

I don't understand why you would get hassled for posting the info.
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Re: Seasonal Events
« Reply #2324 on: December 23, 2016, 06:40:02 AM »

 

I wasn't being hassled, I meant that I got lazy, and quit posting them.

GT6 unfortunately to me was a re-run of GT5, and didn't really bring anything to the table. Even though there were a few new cars, I was still racing for, and buying the same cars that I've bought in two games already(GT4 & 5). Not to mention each version has had less content than the one before, and looks like GT Sport could be the same way, content wise, but it's too early to say.

I applaud the guys that have stuck with it, but I just couldn't do it. I really haven't play racing games much in general, until now(The Crew). I think I got burn out.

My apologies for going off on a tangent there.
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