Groups of Real Racing 3 - Master

Unique and exclusive cars make up the Master class of Real Racing 3. Can you take advantage of these nearly priceless machines and win races with them? You are in for an intense fight with all of these races. Bring money and Gold also- you'll need both! This blog post is a look at the Master level races in "Real Racing 3."


A Note Before I Begin...

Each of these posts in this series are all works in progress. Posts in this category may be updated constantly to provide quality updates to this series. Check for the "UPDATED: (mm/dd/yyyy)" to know when a post has been updated.






Groups of Real Racing 3: How It Works


This section simply tells you how this all works and how I will be presenting this material. Read on to gain some instant perspective.


How These Posts Will Work.

Each post will be presented in the order of first page to last page, top left to bottom right. What you will see in each post is a look at the cars offered and an idea of what each series is about. These posts will be updated to reflect various changes. Many of these will either be from looking up sources or by my own progress through each game. I will not really share you how to access each series- you are essentially on your own here. I will not share every last individual race in these posts. "Real Racing 3" is too detailed for me to actually share decent information on each series and race.


Things to Remember.

These posts all indicate the different races available for each series. There are various tiers of competition within each series. You will need to earn a number of Trophies to unlock new tiers and new cars. Each tier can feature as few as one race and as many as three. Races that include Showcases are specifically meant for one specific car, and they include some kind of race or races along with a Time Trial. You must have DRIVE available to participate in Time Trials. If you have maxed out your car, you can compete as many times as you like in Time Trials. When some series are unlocked, separate smaller series also become available. Some of these smaller series don't appear until you unlock one specific series within each group. Therefore, you will be doing more racing than you really think you are doing. You obviously want to get Gold for each race. However, a finish of 3rd or better is all you need to unlock more series and cars. So concentrate early on getting 3rd or better and then improve upon your performance when you have a better car or when you have an upgraded car. You can always go back to races and series where you don't have all gold to yet. Progress at every 25% earns you R$ Bonuses and Gold. Complete the entire series with 100% completion to earn the maximum bonuses.

To fully complete a series, you will need to pick up every available car. Most cars require R$, but some require Gold. You can purchase cars you haven't yet unlocked by paying for them in Gold. When you unlock some cars, you may get to pick up certain cars for a discounted Gold price as a one-time offer. You may elect to buy R$ or Gold by using your own money if you are short on funds in the game. Packs are also available giving you both R$ and Gold. You would hate using your own money to earn virtual currency, but if that is what it takes for you to try to complete this massive game, then so be it. To find out what cars can only be bought with Gold, please visit this blog post of mine: Real Racing 3 - Gold Cars.

Since I am updating this material based on my own progress through "Real Racing 3," these posts may be updated regularly to reflect new changes or correct certain errors.


~~~ section coming soon... ~~~


It is now time to kick this series of posts off proper. Get ready!




Real Racing 3: Master Group


I won't show you all of the individual races, but I will give you insight on the series you will participate in.

Groups of Real Racing 3 Master
^ Impressive performance and exotic supercars await you in the Elite group.

Ferrari Classics are featured on the Master Group. While Ferrari is great and all, don't forget about many other great cars featured in this category of races. You will start off with a set of bare bones performance cars that deliver incredible handling. You then will move up to eventually push those featured Ferraris to their limits.

You will unlock the Master races once you reach Level 30 in Real Racing 3.


Open Sky Challenge.

Cars Featured:
• Ariel Atom 3.5
• KTM X-Bow R
• Caterham Seven 620 R
• Ariel Atom V8


Even though none of these cars are insanely powerful or fast, these lightweight beasts are perhaps some of the best-handling cars money can buy. These cars are devoid of lots of body work. They do accelerate incredibly fast. 20 tiers of competition await you in this series. The Ariel Atom 3.5 will serve you well for a greater majority of the races. However, what you REALLY want is the Ariel Atom V8. You need GOLD to purchase the Ariel Atom V8, however. So purchase some GOLD packs if you are in a pinch. The Atom V8 is also an Exclusive Series car. So max this car out if you want to compete in the Exclusive Series as well as cremate the competition in this set of races.


German Grand Tour.

Cars Featured:
• Porsche 911 GT3 Cup
• Audi R8 V10 Coupe
• BMW Z4 GT3
• Audi R8 LMS Ultra
• BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage R


Five cars from three German manufacturers comprise the German Grand Tour- a 22-tier series ready to test your patience.

This series becomes available as you unlock the Open Sky Challenge.


Grip Fiends.

Cars Featured:
• KTM X-Bow R
• Audi R8 LMS Ultra
• BMW M3 GT2 ALMS


The cars that race in this set of races have impeccable handling ability. Choose from two German race cars or one impressive Austrian performance car.

This series becomes available as you unlock the Open Sky Challenge.


Euro Supercar Duel.

Cars Featured:
• Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
• Bentley Continental Supersports


Two European exotics are offered, but only one can be better than the other. That is for you to decide when you race this series.


Redline: Origins.

This series features classic Ferraris. If you complete this series within its time limit, you can win a beautiful classic Ferrari race car.


Classic Ferrari Showdown.

Cars Featured:
• Ferrari F40
• Ferrari F50


Two jaw-dropping Ferraris of the 1990s are available for you to race in this series. You will be using the Ferrari F40 and the Ferrari F50 in this set of races. Feel the unmitigated fury of these Ferraris in this series as you try to complete all of the different races among the tiers of competition here.

You must clear "Redline: Orgins" to continue on with the Master group and this series of races.


GT3 World Series.

Cars Featured:
• Porsche 911 GT3 Cup
• Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 GT3
• BMW Z4 GT3
• Aston Martin Vantage GT3


It used to be that high-end, exotic, powerful GT racing machines were the finest racing machines. Since the mid-late 2000s, however, GT3 cars have become vastly popular. You will get to race four of the most popular GT3 race cars in the GT3 World Series in "Real Racing 3." GT3 cars are still great racing machines that are vastly capable and powerful- just not as powerful as the old GT1 and GT2 machines. They are still fun to drive and very capable.


6 Cyl Mastery.

Cars Featured:
• Porsche Cayman GT4
• Porsche 911 GT2 (2003)
• Lotus Exige Cup


Try your luck trying to race these three cars in this series. It's Porsche vs. Lotus with some capable and nimble machines.


Formula E: Showcase.

Cars Featured:
• ABT Schaeffler FE02
• NEXTEV TCR Formula 002
• Renault Z.E. 16


Whether you love or loathe Formula E, it has become one of the most interesting racing series this century. Formula E cars are 100% electric race cars. They make a distinct whine that almost makes them sound like remote control cars. Regardless, you will put these electric race cars through their paces with this series of races.


Open Sky Challenge II.

Cars Featured:
• Ariel Atom 3.5
• KTM X-Bow R
• Caterham Seven 620 R
• Lotus 3-Eleven


You may have fought valiantly in the first Open Sky Challenge. Now, take on this one. Open Sky Challenge II offers one new challenger with Lotus, but loses one of the Ariel cars. So you will have to try to contend with a new set of lightweight track demons in this series. And get to know that Lotus in this series once you get to unlock it.


Formula E: Experience.

Car(s) Featured:
• ABT Schaeffler FE02
• NEXTEV TCR Formula 002
• Renault Z.E. 16


Here is another helping of Formula E in Real Racing 3. The same cars from the other Formula E series are featured here.


Road vs. Rally

Car(s) Featured:
• Hyundai i20 WRC
• Lotus Exige Cup


Remember that Hyundai rally car? You can use that car again with this series. This time, though, you are matched up against a more track-worthy competitor with the Lotus Exige 360 Cup. This is the classic case of a rally car against a proper track car. And surprisingly, both machines are pretty competitive with each other. So don't think one side will clearly run away with the win.





This is a tough group, but you can handle this kind of pressure, right? Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Groups of Real Racing 3 - Expert

If you establish yourself to Expert, congratulations! Thins REALLY get real in Real Racing 3 once you cross into the Expert Group. Everything from supercars to purpose-built race cars await you to collect and race. There is no turning back now- you are an expert. Now prove it by taking on the many races of the Expert Group of Real Racing 3!


A Note Before I Begin...

Each of these posts in this series are all works in progress. Posts in this category may be updated constantly to provide quality updates to this series. Check for the "UPDATED: (mm/dd/yyyy)" to know when a post has been updated.






Groups of Real Racing 3: How It Works


This section simply tells you how this all works and how I will be presenting this material. Read on to gain some instant perspective.


How These Posts Will Work.

Each post will be presented in the order of first page to last page, top left to bottom right. What you will see in each post is a look at the cars offered and an idea of what each series is about. These posts will be updated to reflect various changes. Many of these will either be from looking up sources or by my own progress through each game. I will not really share you how to access each series- you are essentially on your own here. I will not share every last individual race in these posts. "Real Racing 3" is too detailed for me to actually share decent information on each series and race.


Things to Remember.

These posts all indicate the different races available for each series. There are various tiers of competition within each series. You will need to earn a number of Trophies to unlock new tiers and new cars. Each tier can feature as few as one race and as many as three. Races that include Showcases are specifically meant for one specific car, and they include some kind of race or races along with a Time Trial. You must have DRIVE available to participate in Time Trials. If you have maxed out your car, you can compete as many times as you like in Time Trials. When some series are unlocked, separate smaller series also become available. Some of these smaller series don't appear until you unlock one specific series within each group. Therefore, you will be doing more racing than you really think you are doing. You obviously want to get Gold for each race. However, a finish of 3rd or better is all you need to unlock more series and cars. So concentrate early on getting 3rd or better and then improve upon your performance when you have a better car or when you have an upgraded car. You can always go back to races and series where you don't have all gold to yet. Progress at every 25% earns you R$ Bonuses and Gold. Complete the entire series with 100% completion to earn the maximum bonuses.

To fully complete a series, you will need to pick up every available car. Most cars require R$, but some require Gold. You can purchase cars you haven't yet unlocked by paying for them in Gold. When you unlock some cars, you may get to pick up certain cars for a discounted Gold price as a one-time offer. You may elect to buy R$ or Gold by using your own money if you are short on funds in the game. Packs are also available giving you both R$ and Gold. You would hate using your own money to earn virtual currency, but if that is what it takes for you to try to complete this massive game, then so be it. To find out what cars can only be bought with Gold, please visit this blog post of mine: Real Racing 3 - Gold Cars.

Since I am updating this material based on my own progress through "Real Racing 3," these posts may be updated regularly to reflect new changes or correct certain errors.


~~~ section coming soon... ~~~


It is now time to kick this series of posts off proper. Get ready!




Real Racing 3: Expert Group


I won't show you all of the individual races, but I will give you insight on the series you will participate in.

Groups of Real Racing 3 Expert
^ Are you ready for fierce competition with high-performance machines, including pure race cars in the Expert Group?

A more concentrated focus of automobiles is featured in the Pro Group. The vehicles you will be dealing with here are either mostly high-end sports cars or mid-level supercars. The races will also be longer and faster with these events. Bring money- you're going to need lots of it to buy many of the cars raced in this series. Don't forget also to stock up on GOLD for some of the upgrades and cars in these races. You will need a good amount of both to purchase all of the cars if you intend to complete this group with 100% completion. Enjoy the luxury grand tourers this series has to offer.

You will unlock the Expert races once you reach Level 22 in Real Racing 3.


Accolade Open.

Cars Featured:
• Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X
• Audi R8 LMS Ultra
• Porsche 918 Concept
• BMW M3 GT2 ALMS


The Accolade Open features four purpose-built race cars for you to collect and race. The Viper will serve you well, but you may want to save up to get the Audi R8 LMS Ultra, which is an Exclusive Series car. You may also want to fully modify that R8 LMS Ultra by virtue of the fact it is an Exclusive Series car. Regardless, all of these are powerful racing machines waiting for you to wring out the performance of all of them.


V10 Grand Open.

Cars Featured:
• Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X
• Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 GT3
• Audi R8 LMS Ultra
• Lexus LFA


All of the cars in the V10 Grand Open are powered by V10 engines. Harness this energy to complete this series.


Muscle and Prestige.

Cars Featured:
• Bentley Continental ...
• Aston Martin Vanquish
• Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51
• Ford Shelby GT350R


Muscle and Prestige is a performance car battle featuring high-end sports cars and luxury-type supercars. No matter which side of the fence you are on with these cars, you will be dealing with either high-horsepower muscle or elegant luxury performers. So go take these babies for a spin while making sure to cross that finish line in first place!


Marquis World Championship.

This stage requires you to take part in a set of challenges. Complete these challenges to unlock more races in this Group.


Prestige Powermatch.

Cars Featured:
• Bentley Continental GT Speed
• Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black
• Maserati Granturismo MC Stradale
• Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3


The Prestige Powermatch pits powerful luxury-type supercars against one another in a series of races.

You must clear the Marquis World Championship to access this series.


Aston Martin Expedition.

Cars Featured:
• Aston Martin DB9
• Aston Martin Vanquish
• Aston Martin V12 Vantage S


Aston Martin is in vogue for this series of races. Take advantage of power from this legendary British marque to win the races and series available here.


Porsche Supremacy.

Cars Featured:
• Porsche Cayman GT4
• Porsche 911 Carrera S


If you fancy Porsche power, then you are in luck as you use one of two fine Porsche models in this series.


Unleashed World Series.

Cars Featured:
• Dodge Charger SRT8
• Aston Martin DB9
• Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat


The Unleashed World Series features three high-powered performance cars. It's Dodge vs. Aston Martin in a no-holds-barred performance shootout. Whose side are you on?





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Groups of Real Racing 3 - Pro

Faster and more powerful cars make up the Pro Group of Real Racing 3. This is where you can collect more powerful and more exotic machines. You even will come across some classics. No matter what, you will have your hands full with the Pro Group of Real Racing 3. There is a little of everything with the cars you will be using in this class of racing. So enjoy the ride!


A Note Before I Begin...

Each of these posts in this series are all works in progress. Posts in this category may be updated constantly to provide quality updates to this series. Check for the "UPDATED: (mm/dd/yyyy)" to know when a post has been updated.






Groups of Real Racing 3: How It Works


This section simply tells you how this all works and how I will be presenting this material. Read on to gain some instant perspective.


How These Posts Will Work.

Each post will be presented in the order of first page to last page, top left to bottom right. What you will see in each post is a look at the cars offered and an idea of what each series is about. These posts will be updated to reflect various changes. Many of these will either be from looking up sources or by my own progress through each game. I will not really share you how to access each series- you are essentially on your own here. I will not share every last individual race in these posts. "Real Racing 3" is too detailed for me to actually share decent information on each series and race.


Things to Remember.

These posts all indicate the different races available for each series. There are various tiers of competition within each series. You will need to earn a number of Trophies to unlock new tiers and new cars. Each tier can feature as few as one race and as many as three. Races that include Showcases are specifically meant for one specific car, and they include some kind of race or races along with a Time Trial. You must have DRIVE available to participate in Time Trials. If you have maxed out your car, you can compete as many times as you like in Time Trials. When some series are unlocked, separate smaller series also become available. Some of these smaller series don't appear until you unlock one specific series within each group. Therefore, you will be doing more racing than you really think you are doing. You obviously want to get Gold for each race. However, a finish of 3rd or better is all you need to unlock more series and cars. So concentrate early on getting 3rd or better and then improve upon your performance when you have a better car or when you have an upgraded car. You can always go back to races and series where you don't have all gold to yet. Progress at every 25% earns you R$ Bonuses and Gold. Complete the entire series with 100% completion to earn the maximum bonuses.

To fully complete a series, you will need to pick up every available car. Most cars require R$, but some require Gold. You can purchase cars you haven't yet unlocked by paying for them in Gold. When you unlock some cars, you may get to pick up certain cars for a discounted Gold price as a one-time offer. You may elect to buy R$ or Gold by using your own money if you are short on funds in the game. Packs are also available giving you both R$ and Gold. You would hate using your own money to earn virtual currency, but if that is what it takes for you to try to complete this massive game, then so be it. To find out what cars can only be bought with Gold, please visit this blog post of mine: Real Racing 3 - Gold Cars.

Since I am updating this material based on my own progress through "Real Racing 3," these posts may be updated regularly to reflect new changes or correct certain errors.


~~~ section coming soon... ~~~


It is now time to kick this series of posts off proper. Get ready!




Real Racing 3: Pro Group


I won't show you all of the individual races, but I will give you insight on the series you will participate in.

Groups of Real Racing 3 Pro
^ Powerful and more exclusive cars are available for you to race in the Pro Group of Real Racing 3.

A more concentrated focus of automobiles is featured in the Pro Group. The vehicles you will be dealing with here are either mostly high-end sports cars or mid-level supercars. The races will also be longer and faster with these events. Bring money- you're going to need lots of it to buy many of the cars raced in this series.

You will unlock the Pro races once you reach Level 15 in Real Racing 3.


Pro/Am Supercar Club.

Cars Featured:
• Dodge Viper SRT10 Coupe
• Ford Ford GT
• Nissan GT-R Premium (R35)
• Porsche Carerra GT


A basic introduction to high-end sports cars and some fine exotics begins this group of races. Two are front-engine cars, and two are mid-engine cars. All except one have rear-wheel drive. All you should know is that you are facing some 21 tiers of competition with these exotic beasts.


RWD Open Revolution.

Cars Featured:
• Dodge Viper SRT10 Coupe
• Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51
• Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
• BMW M3 GTS
• Porsche 911 GT3 RS


Rear-wheel drive. Learn it. Master it. You are going to need to with this compilation of RWD sports cars and the 22 tiers of competition here. The BMW M3 GTS is an Exclusive Series car. So if you have a fully-tuned BMW M3 GTS, this may help. However, the Corvette ZR1 is an excellent car. Either the Viper or ZR1 Corvette will serve you well for most races in this series.


Modern Sports Classics.

Cars Featured:
• Dodge Challenger SRT8
• Nissan 370Z (Z34)
• Ford Shelby GT500
• Ford Mustang GT Premium
• McLaren MP4-12C


Some of the finest of-the-moment sports cars can be raced in this series. Many of the cars from the other two Pro race series can be raced in this one, but this series includes the McLaren MP4-12C. Try to harness the energy and power these mid-level sports cars have to offer to win in this 22 tier series. The McLaren in this series delivers explosive acceleration. So when doing the drag racing events, it wouldn't be a bad idea to use the McLaren in those events.


Supercar Masters Series.

Cars Featured:
• Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4
• SRT Viper GTS
• Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0
• Audi R8 V10 Coupe


Nothing stirs the senses in the automobile realm than a supercar. These are no ordinary sports cars. They are the very basics of what performance driving is all about. Use their performance masterfully to win this series of races. There are 22 tiers of competition for this series. So you are going to get to enjoy a whole lot of supercar awesomeness with this series. Enjoy, mates! :)


V10 Showdown Series.

Cars Featured:
• Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4
• SRT Viper GTS
• Audi R8 V10 Coupe
• Porsche Carrera GT


"Power and finesse make up a stunning selection of naturally-aspirated V10-equipped cars in this elite Series."

The cars that race in this series are all powered by V10 engines. Harness the energy and power a V10 engine delivers to maximize your performance racing these courses in this 20-race series. If you fully tuned your Gallardo, you may want to use that. If you got the Porsche Carrera GT from a previous Group, that can be used here as well.

This series becomes visible as you unlock the Supercar Masters Series.


Deutsch Duell.

Cars Featured:
• BMW M3 GTS
• BMW M6 Coupe
• Porsche 911 GT3 RS
• Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0


The Deutsch Duell is a showcase of German automobiles. Have you the proper German muscle from BMW or Porsche, your entry into this series is validated. So take advantage of these cars offered to make the most of your racing opportunities here in this series.

This series becomes visible as you unlock the Supercar Masters Series.


Classic American Muscle.

Cars Featured:
• Dodge '71 Challenger RT
• Dodge '69 Charger RT
• Shelby '67 Cobra GT500


While modern sports cars are fancy and powerful, some prefer classics more. Who needs fancy sports cars when good old American muscle is and will be king? So pick one of these three muscle cars and lay down some serious power with these cars of a previous generation! Take care with cars like these, since they don't have the modern driving characteristics of modern sports cars.


E-Type Extravaganza.

Car Featured:
• Jaguar Lightweight E-Type


The beautiful Jaguar E-Type is offered and used in this series. You have the ability to push this car to its limits in this series. Remember that you are racing an older car. Therefore, it does not have the modern performance capabilities of today's cars.

This series becomes visible on the same page of the Classic American Muscle series.


GT4 Renegades.

Car Featured:
• Porsche Cayman GT4


The Porsche Cayman is the entry-level sports car of Porsche. Though entry-level in price, it is anything but entry level in performance. See if you can take advantage of the Cayman GT4 to win all of the races in this series.


Japanese Production Club.

Cars Featured:
• Lexus IS 350
• Nissan 350Z (Z33)
• Mazda RX-7 Spirit R (FD)


The Japanese Production Club is a challenge for you to race with potent Japanese sports cars across a series of races. Choose from Lexus, Nissan, and Mazda to do your damage. Perhaps try to max out the Mazda RX-7 if you intend on competing in the Exclusive Series.


Renault's Global Passion.

Car Featured:
• Renault Dezir Concept


This series uses the Dezir concept car from Renault in this single series.


Group A Grand Tour.

Car Featured:
• Nissan Skyline GT-R


An R32 Skyline race car makes up this series. Utilize it to become a champion in this series.





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Groups of Real Racing 3 - Pro/Am

There is V8 power in the Pro/Am class of Real Racing 3. You are transitioning from the ease of Amateur to the intensity of Pro. Some more powerful cars will yours to own and race across the different series of this Group. Will you further prove your greatness, or relegate yourself to a backmarker? Prepare to earn your stripes racing style by competing in the Pro/Amateur Group of Real Racing 3!


A Note Before I Begin...

Each of these posts in this series are all works in progress. Posts in this category may be updated constantly to provide quality updates to this series. Check for the "UPDATED: (mm/dd/yyyy)" to know when a post has been updated.






Groups of Real Racing 3: How It Works


This section simply tells you how this all works and how I will be presenting this material. Read on to gain some instant perspective.


How These Posts Will Work.

Each post will be presented in the order of first page to last page, top left to bottom right. What you will see in each post is a look at the cars offered and an idea of what each series is about. These posts will be updated to reflect various changes. Many of these will either be from looking up sources or by my own progress through each game. I will not really share you how to access each series- you are essentially on your own here. I will not share every last individual race in these posts. "Real Racing 3" is too detailed for me to actually share decent information on each series and race.


Things to Remember.

These posts all indicate the different races available for each series. There are various tiers of competition within each series. You will need to earn a number of Trophies to unlock new tiers and new cars. Each tier can feature as few as one race and as many as three. Races that include Showcases are specifically meant for one specific car, and they include some kind of race or races along with a Time Trial. You must have DRIVE available to participate in Time Trials. If you have maxed out your car, you can compete as many times as you like in Time Trials. When some series are unlocked, separate smaller series also become available. Some of these smaller series don't appear until you unlock one specific series within each group. Therefore, you will be doing more racing than you really think you are doing. You obviously want to get Gold for each race. However, a finish of 3rd or better is all you need to unlock more series and cars. So concentrate early on getting 3rd or better and then improve upon your performance when you have a better car or when you have an upgraded car. You can always go back to races and series where you don't have all gold to yet. Progress at every 25% earns you R$ Bonuses and Gold. Complete the entire series with 100% completion to earn the maximum bonuses.

To fully complete a series, you will need to pick up every available car. Most cars require R$, but some require Gold. You can purchase cars you haven't yet unlocked by paying for them in Gold. When you unlock some cars, you may get to pick up certain cars for a discounted Gold price as a one-time offer. You may elect to buy R$ or Gold by using your own money if you are short on funds in the game. Packs are also available giving you both R$ and Gold. You would hate using your own money to earn virtual currency, but if that is what it takes for you to try to complete this massive game, then so be it. To find out what cars can only be bought with Gold, please visit this blog post of mine: Real Racing 3 - Gold Cars.

Since I am updating this material based on my own progress through "Real Racing 3," these posts may be updated regularly to reflect new changes or correct certain errors.


~~~ section coming soon... ~~~


It is now time to kick this series of posts off proper. Get ready!




Real Racing 3: Pro/Am Group


I won't show you all of the individual races, but I will give you insight on the series you will participate in.

Groups of Real Racing 3 Pro-Am
^ The training wheels are off now. Get ready to deal with the Pro/Am class- featuring more powerful cars than the Amateur class, including V8 power.

Pro/Am takes you into a realm of more powerful cars and more intense races. The series features V8 power. The cars you will be using are all higher-end sports cars, but not exactly exotic and exclusive sports cars. You still will get your money's worth in this one. The cars all perform very well and are all part of a diverse lineup of vehicles. You will even use a few purpose-built race cars here also among those cars.

You will unlock the Pro/Am group at Level 8.


V8 Naturals.

Cars Featured:
• Dodge Charger R/T
• Dodge Charger SRT8
• Lexus IS F (2013)
• Chevrolet '69 Stingray 427
• Shelby '66 Cobra 427


The calling card for this series is on naturally-aspirated V8 sports cars. You will be wrestling with some seriously powerful cars powered by V8 engines. Three luxury-style cars and two classic cars are available for you to race in this series. A total of 22 tiers of competition await you in this series.


AWD Attack.

Car Featured:
• Hyundai I20 WRC


In this 5-tier series, you will get to race a potent four-wheel drive rally car. If you didn't race in the NASCAR Group, this may be your first pure race car you race in "Real Racing 3." The Hyundai I20 WRC is a car raced by Hyundai in the FIA World Rally Championship. Even though this is a rally car, there are no rally racing events in "Real Racing 3." Rally cars are usually tuned to have great acceleration and snappy handling. These are needed for the many different rally challenges they take part in. On the other hand, they do not have very good top speed. So you will be dealing with a race car that can only go SO fast. Learn to harness this car's capabilities to gain Trophies. A later series will feature the Hyundai I20 WRC. So if you want to gain an edge, try to upgrade this car. Be warned, though- upgrades for this car do NOT come cheap.


Performance Rumble.

Cars Featured:
• Dodge Challenger SRT8
• Nissan 370Z (Z34)
• Ford Shelby GT500
• Ford Mustang GT Premium
• BMW M3 GTS


Power and performance are in vogue with this series. Five potent sports cars, including three muscle cars, are waiting for you to unleash these monsters out on the different race tracks featured in each of this series' events.


V8 Performance Brawl.

Cars Featured:
• Ford Shelby GT500
• Ford Ford GT
• McLaren MP4-12C
• Ferrari F40
• Porsche 918 Spyder Concept


The power and roar of a V8 engine are for you to savor and master in this 22-tier series. The V8 Performance brawl pits five differrnt V8-powered sports cars and exotics against one another. You are then looking for one of the finest racing experiences with these capable cars.

This series opens after you unlock Performance Rumble.


V8 Muscle Hustle.

Cars Featured:
• Dodge Challenger SRT8
• Dodge Challenger SRT8
• Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
• Ford Shelby GT500
• Ford Mustang GT Premium


"Well-built V8 American muscle cars form up to dominate the track in this Series."

Feel the ground tremble in the wake of cars in this all-American showdown. The Big Three all await you with V8-powered American beasts. So pick one and lay the power down to the ground in this 22-tier series!

This series opens after you unlock Performance Rumble. Clear a certain number of races in the Performance Rumble to access this series.


Everyday Heroes.

Cars Featured:
• Audi TT RS Coupe
• BMW M3 Coupe
• BMW M6 Coupe
• Porsche 911 GT3 RS


Four cars, three manufacturers, one country. These German performance coupes offer great levels of performance. Make the most of their performance to claim victory in these races.


Coupe Clash.

Cars Featured:
• Audi TT RS Coupe
• BMW 1 Series Coupe
• Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
• Ford Shelby GT500


This championship is America vs. Germany. On the American side are Chevrolet and Ford, and on the German side are Audi and BMW. Pick a side and prepare to go blow-for-blow with these 20 or so tiers of racing.


Classic Mazda Challenge.

Car Featured:
• Mazda RX-3


When you unlock this series, you will be racing with a classic Mazda RX-3 race car. Can you take advantage of this classic rotary monster to win races?


Hot Hatch Power Match.

Cars Featured:
• Hyundai Veloster Turbo
• Ford Focus RS
• Renault Clio Cup
• Renault Megane R.S. 275 Trophy - R


The Hot Hatch Power Match features four peppy hatchbacks with abundant performance stats. Two of these hot hatches are purpose-built race cars. So if you can get your hands on either or both of the race cars, you will have quite a jolly good time trying to win races in this series. Both of the Renaults require GOLD to purchase. Save up to between 150 to 200 GOLD to purchase the Renault race cars in this series.


Classic Skyline Challenge.

Car Featured:
• Nissan Skyline 2000 GT-R (KPGC10)


Nissan lends you their legendary Skyline 2000 GT-R for this classic car series.


Hot Hatch Power Match 2.

Cars Featured:
• Renault Clio Cup
• Renault Megane R.S. 275 Trophy - R
• Mercedes-AMG A 45


Another helping of hot hatch performance is on order with this second of the Hot Hatch Power Match series. The same two Renault race cars appear in this series. However, the Hyundai Veloster is out and the Mercedes-Benz A 45 is in. So this is essentially two French race cars vs. one potent German tuner car. Who will win? That is for you to decide!





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Groups of Real Racing 3 - NASCAR

The insanity of @NASCAR awaits you in Real Racing 3. Your #NASCAR journey includes piloting V8-powered, purpose-built beast capable of speeds north of 200 mph (approx. 322 kph) on ovals and road courses. Can you handle the pressure? You can take on a handful of challenges set to push your racing skills to the limit. NASCAR stock cars may not be the most sophisticated of race cars, but the challenge of racing these cars and these tracks are 100% real. So get ready for another set of challenges only NASCAR (and Real Racing 3) can provide.


A Note Before I Begin...

Each of these posts in this series are all works in progress. Posts in this category may be updated constantly to provide quality updates to this series. Check for the "UPDATED: (mm/dd/yyyy)" to know when a post has been updated.


DISCLAIMER

NASCAR® and its marks are trademarks of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc.






Real Racing 3: NASCAR Group


I won't show you all of the individual races, but I will give you insight on the series you will participate in.

Groups of Real Racing 3 NASCAR
Select NASCAR® race cars are available for you to race in the NASCAR Group of Real Racing 3.

The world of NASCAR is at your fingertips with the NASCAR Group of races. You will be doing racing battle in high-horsepower stock cars across a number of tracks in a number of challenges. The goal early on is to learn stock cars followed by secure money to earn sponsor deals. After that, it's just the usual NASCAR insanity. Move on to bigger and better in the realm of NASCAR upon completion of the NASCAR Talent Tour. Do whatever it takes to be the best NASCAR driver in Real Racing 3!

You will unlock the NASCAR group at Level 3.

WARNING: This can be a very expensive series if you want to unlock everything and take part in all of the races. This series features a lot of cars that can only be purchased in "Real Racing 3" with GOLD. You may want to invest in buying Gold packs and R$ packs in Real Racing 3 if you actually want to unlock and participate in all of the races in this series. Considering some of the individual stock cars cost 500 GOLD in RR3, you will need to get yourself a lot of money to purchase GOLD through in-app purchases. For reference, a Gold Pack of 476 GOLD costs $49.99 USD. A GOLD Pack of 1019 GOLD costs $99.99 USD. The Toyota Camry stock car, when unlocked costs about R$720,000. An R$ pack of R$700,000 cost about $19.99 USD. So in conclusion, this can be a VERY expensive venture to try to complete all of these races. Be mindful of this if you wish to compete in this Group.


NASCAR Academy.

When you buy a NASCAR Academy Chevrolet SS, you have all you need to learn the ins and outs of stock car racing. Complete the individual tasks to be able to compete for money on the NASCAR circuit. For an advantage, you can upgrade your car and max out your car's upgrades to gain the edge.


NASCAR Talent Tour.

Car Featured:
• Chevrolet SS


Think of the NASCAR Talent Tour kind of like one of the lesser NASCAR series for you to come up in the racing world- like the K&N Pro Series, for example. There are 17 tiers of competition in this series. You can earn sponsor money by winning Trophies across the individual tiers of competition. You can earn 10 Associate Sponsors, 5 Primary Sponsors, and 2 Title Sponsors. After completing the main goals, you can earn a huge sum of money to boost your Real Racing 3 career. So you may want to clear these objectives as much as possible to gain some serious money. How serious? Try R$500,000.


NASCAR All-Star Series.

Cars Featured:
• Chevrolet SS
• Ford Fusion
• Toyota Camry


You have proven in the NASCAR Talent Tour that you have talent. Now can you prove yourself in a more intense NASCAR environment? Only the NASCAR All-Star Series will verify that. Have you the talent, you can go very far proving yourself in this series.

NOTE: You must purchase a specific car to race in and access this event. The Toyota Camry is only car that doesn't require Gold. It can be purchased for R$720,000 upon unlocking the NASCAR All-Star Series.


NASCAR Pre-Season Rumble.

Car(s) Featured:
• Ford Fusion


This series has you using a base Ford Fusion stock car across a series of races.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Richard Petty Motorsports Champion Cup.

Car(s) Featured:
• Ford Fusion - Richard Petty


One of the greatest racers in NASCAR history is seven-time champion "King" Richard Petty. One of the most iconic liveries in all of NASCAR is the blue and red STP colors. You will be racing this incredible throwback scheme on a modern Ford Fusion across a series of challenges. Show you are a king (or queen) of NASCAR here! Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Joey Logano's Champion Cup.

Car Featured:
• Ford Fusion - Joey Logano


This series has you using Joey Logano's car to compete in this challenge. Are you the best racer since "Sliced Bread?" Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Matt Kenseth's Champion Cup.

Car Featured:
• Toyota Camry - Matt Kenseth


This series has you using Matt Kenseth's Toyota Camry stock car to compete in this challenge. Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Chase Elliott's Champion Cup.

Car Featured:
• Chevrolet SS - Chase Elliott


Chase Elliott and his car are yours to compete in this challenge. Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Kevin Harvick's Champion Cup.

Car Featured:
• Chevrolet SS - Kevin Harvick


Whether or are a Kevin Harvick fan or not, you will be competing in a series of races in Real Racing 3 with Kevin Harvick and his car. Can you win these events? Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Brad Keselowski's Champion Cup.

Car Featured:
• Ford Fusion - Brad Keselowski


Become "Bad Brad" for this challenge featuring Brad Keselowski's Ford Fusion. Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Kyle Busch's Champion Cup.

Car Featured:
• Toyota Camry - Kyle Busch


Kyle "Rowdy" Busch delivered the first NASCAR Cup championship to Toyota. Prove you are your own champion by taking part in these races with his Camry. Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Tony Stewart's Champion Cup.

Car Featured:
• Chevrolet SS - Tony Stewart


If you got the fire to be "Smoke," then be sure Tony Stewart's Chevrolet SS and take on these challenges. Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Dale Earnhardt, Jr's Champion Cup.

Car Featured:
• Chevrolet SS - Dale Earnhardt Jr.


Take the reigns of Dale Earnhardt Jr. and take on this set of challenges. Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Danica Patrick's Champion Cup.

Car Featured:
• Ford Fusion - Danica Patrick


How would you like to be one Danica Sue Patrick? If you're game, then take her Ford Fusion and do your best to clear the available challenges using Danica's Fusion. Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.


Jimmie Johnson's Champion Cup.

Car Featured:
• Chevrolet SS - Jimmie Johnson


Since the advent of the Chase for the Cup, Jimmie Johnson has become a multiple-time Cup champion. Now, you must show you are your own champion by taking his car and competing in a set of races. Complete the objectives and win the prize offered for completing the challenge.

NOTE: You must purchase the specific car to race in and access this event.





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Groups of Real Racing 3 - Amateur

Every series in Real Racing 3 is an adventure. It all begins in the Amateur Series. This is your gateway into all things Real Racing 3. If you are ready to embark on this fantastic voyage, then allow me to tell you more about the races in the Amateur group.


A Note Before I Begin...

Each of these posts in this series are all works in progress. Posts in this category may be updated constantly to provide quality updates to this series. Check for the "UPDATED: (mm/dd/yyyy)" to know when a post has been updated.






Groups of Real Racing 3: How It Works


This section simply tells you how this all works and how I will be presenting this material. Read on to gain some instant perspective.


How These Posts Will Work.

Each post will be presented in the order of first page to last page, top left to bottom right. What you will see in each post is a look at the cars offered and an idea of what each series is about. These posts will be updated to reflect various changes. Many of these will either be from looking up sources or by my own progress through each game. I will not really share you how to access each series- you are essentially on your own here. I will not share every last individual race in these posts. "Real Racing 3" is too detailed for me to actually share decent information on each series and race.


Things to Remember.

These posts all indicate the different races available for each series. There are various tiers of competition within each series. You will need to earn a number of Trophies to unlock new tiers and new cars. Each tier can feature as few as one race and as many as three. Races that include Showcases are specifically meant for one specific car, and they include some kind of race or races along with a Time Trial. You must have DRIVE available to participate in Time Trials. If you have maxed out your car, you can compete as many times as you like in Time Trials. When some series are unlocked, separate smaller series also become available. Some of these smaller series don't appear until you unlock one specific series within each group. Therefore, you will be doing more racing than you really think you are doing. You obviously want to get Gold for each race. However, a finish of 3rd or better is all you need to unlock more series and cars. So concentrate early on getting 3rd or better and then improve upon your performance when you have a better car or when you have an upgraded car. You can always go back to races and series where you don't have all gold to yet. Progress at every 25% earns you R$ Bonuses and Gold. Complete the entire series with 100% completion to earn the maximum bonuses.

To fully complete a series, you will need to pick up every available car. Most cars require R$, but some require Gold. You can purchase cars you haven't yet unlocked by paying for them in Gold. When you unlock some cars, you may get to pick up certain cars for a discounted Gold price as a one-time offer. You may elect to buy R$ or Gold by using your own money if you are short on funds in the game. Packs are also available giving you both R$ and Gold. You would hate using your own money to earn virtual currency, but if that is what it takes for you to try to complete this massive game, then so be it. To find out what cars can only be bought with Gold, please visit this blog post of mine: Real Racing 3 - Gold Cars.

Since I am updating this material based on my own progress through "Real Racing 3," these posts may be updated regularly to reflect new changes or correct certain errors.


~~~ section coming soon... ~~~


It is now time to kick this series of posts off proper. Get ready!




Real Racing 3: Amateur Group


I won't show you all of the individual races, but I will give you insight on the series you will participate in.


Real Racing 3 Amateur Group
^ Real Racing 3's Amateur Group features performance road vehicles.


Real Racing 3's Amateur Group highlights on performance road cars. No one car is terribly powerful or masterfully adept. Use this series to help you to understand the nuances of "Real Racing 3." So don't worry about driving cars that are tough to drive or races that are near impossible to win.

The Amateur group is available from the start, so don't worry about being at a certain level to participate.


Racing School Basics.

This gives you a proper introduction into the world of Real Racing 3. It consists of a few different lessons on how to be a better driver in the game. Clear this to be able to race in the other events in the Amateur Group. Including...


Pure Stock Challenge.

Cars Featured:
• Nissan Silvia (S15)
• Ford Focus RS
• Dodge Challenger R/T
• BMW 1 Series M Coupe


The genesis of your Real Racing 3 Odyssey begins with the Pure Stock Challenge. Some 13 tiers of competition await you with these capable low-end sports cars. The emphasis here is on automobiles that are not seriously powerful or go very fast. The races should be fairly simple while still being competitive.


Road Car International.

Cars Featured:
• Hyundai Veloster Turbo
• Nissan Silvia (S15)
• Ford Focus RS
• Lexus IS 350 F Sport (2014)
• Nissan 350Z (Z33)
• BMW Z4 M Coupe


America, Europe, and Asia are represented in this series of races. Here you will be faced with a massive 22-tier series of races across the six featured cars in this series. Needless to say, you will be quite busy here considering how many tiers of competition are offered here along with the variety in performance of each of the cars.


Racing School Advanced.

When you get further ahead in the Amateur Group, you will unlock the Racing School Advanced events. You will get to use the BMW Z4 SDRIVE35IS. You will take on more advanced driving challenges. Complete all of the events to win your own BMW Z4 SDRIVE35IS, or you can buy one and just complete the challenges independently. You can upgrade your car through this time. Since you may likely have to use this car again, it is best you try to max out this car's upgrades if you can.


Street-Spec Skirmish.

Cars Featured:
• Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R34)
• Nissan 350Z (Z33)
• BMW Z4 M Coupe
• BMW Z4 SDRIVE35IS


Street-Spec Skirmish features four capable sports cars from two different countries and two different manufacturers. It's Japan's Nissan vs. Germany's BMW. You will have 14 tiers of competition for which to compete valiantly in this Nissan vs. BMW battle. You can use your BMW from the Racing School Advanced if you have one heading into this series.


6 Cyl Annihilation Series.

Cars Featured:
• Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R34)
• Nissan 370Z
• BMW 1 Series M Coupe
• BMW Z4 SDRIVE35IS


The cars in this series are powered by six-cylinder engines. Take advantage of these six-bangers across this 19-tier series. Oh, and it is another battle of Nissan vs. BMW.


Global Production Pursuit.

Cars Featured:
• Chevrolet Cobalt SS
• Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R34)
• Dodge Challenger R/T
• BNW Z4 M Coupe


This series has a little of everything across the four eligible cars. You can choose between a peppy compact car, a powerful sports car, a modern muscle car, or a sporty coupe. You unlock this series after getting six Trophies in "Street-Spec Skirmish." Good luck to you taking on these 18 tiers of competition in this series.





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Horizon Chase

@horizon_chase is a throwback racing game. If you played the first Top Gear/Racer games or the Lotus games, this game has a very familiar feel to those games. Imagine a modern early '90s racer with mostly modern cars. I have provided you mental pictures of this game. Now, it is time I give you a REAL look at this game. So get ready for a new post on "John's Race Space!"

This review of "Horizon Chase" is based on my experience playing on my Google Nexus Player. It is also available for iOS, and PlayStation 4.






Horizon Chase


Meet Horizon Chase...

Horizon Chase
^ from: (YouTube) - Horizon Chase offers a throwback to 16-bit racing but with a 3D twist.

In a game that can be described as a love letter to the '80s and/or early '90s, Horizon Chase is a racing game made for the 21st Century and designed for mobile OSes. It was released in 2015 by Aquirus Game Studio, a Brazilian game studio. It features music by Barry Leitch, who I think is one of the all-time greats in game music composition. You may recall Barry Leitch from the likes of Top Gear Rally among many other games. To understand the flow of Horizon Chase, you need to have played or seen the first three Top Gear/Racer games or the Lotus Turbo Challenge games.

It comes in at a whopping 206 MB download. To play the full game, you must purchase Horizon Chase. At least from Google Play, it costs $2.99 USD. Even though you can play this game with a gamepad, it is not required. The game is available for Android TV along with regular smartphone and tablet Android. So you can play this game with the remote or with a gamepad if you have an Android TV version device. I use the gamepad that is available for the Google Nexus Player.




Horizon Chase at a Glance


These are some things to make note of before playing "Horizon Chase."


Races.

The game comes with 73 tracks, 32 cities, and 16 cars. Connect your Horizon Chase profile play with your Facebook account to challenge your friends to races. Each race has a number of items for you to pick up. Collect the Track Tokens scattered about the course. Your car will use up a lot of fuel. So make sure to find the fuel cans to make sure you don't run out of fuel. If you run out of fuel, find some fuel cans quickly or face getting a DNF. You must finish 5th or better to advance. To get the best scores, you must win the race and collect all of the Race Tokens. Have extra fuel to add to your Max Score should you win.


Cups.

Each Cup features three locations and a Bonus Race location. You need to acquire enough Track Tokens to unlock the Bonus Race to each Cup. There are a total of nine Cups. You begin your Horizon Chase journey in California, and three races in San Francisco are open to you. Success in these races will allow you to access the other two locations along with the possibility of you racing the Bonus Race. The Bonus Race will allow you to earn Fleet Upgrades along with new cars. You must place 3rd or better in the Bonus Race to win the upgrades, and you must win the race to win a new car.

Here is a look at the Cup races for you to compete in:
• California
• Chile
• Brazil
• South Africa
• Greece
• Iceland
• United Arab Emirates
• India
• Australia

When you earn enough Track Tokens, you can unlock extra Cups. Perform your best to reach the additional Cups later.


Cars.

No officially-licensed cars are in Horizon Chase. However, you can make out what each car is if you know your sports cars. The first car looks like a Ferrari F50. You can earn new cars by either winning the Bonus Races or by finishing 1st in every race of a Cup. You can upgrade cars across all models in your possession by placing 3rd or better in the Bonus Races.

Cars are rated on the following criteria:
• Top Speed - the highest speed a car can go.
• Acceleration - how quickly the car gets up to speed.
• Handling - the ability to properly navigate corners.
• Nitro - the car's boost power from applying Nitro.
• Fuel - the car's ability to conserve fuel.

You will find some cars will be better in some categories than others. Be sure to make the most of each car's capabilities while properly racing each course to the best of your ability. Cars will be sorted a certain way as you earn more cars.


Now that you have an idea of the action in Horizon Chase, allow me to offer some thoughts on my experience.




Horizon Chase: Final Thoughts


Beautiful graphics, great music, and classic gameplay is what makes Horizon Chase so well acclaimed. This game would be an easy game to enjoy for any classic gaming fan. This is old school gaming done beautifully in a modern package. It almost seems like you did time travel to go back to the early-mid 1990s and playing either the Top Gear/Racer games or one of those Lotus games. Only this game can be enjoyed on your fancy HD-style TV or your smartphone or tablet. Frustration is mostly minimal. This game is just done in a way that merges '90s and 21st Century with little or no compromise. This is just old style arcade-style racing that can be enjoyed by almost all racing game fans. So go pick this one up for Android, Apple, or your PlayStation 4.


Video Preview.

So my blog words didn't get you excited? Maybe this video will solve that:


^ Horizon Chase - Android - Google Play Trailer


For More Information...

Learn more about this game and get social with Horizon Chase by visiting www.horizonchase.com/.





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Assoluto Racing

Assoluto Racing has nothing to do with the Assoluto manufactuer in the Ridge Racer series, but it is a mobile simulation racing game from developer Infinity Victor. Pure performance driving will get you far here. This game has a huge Gran Turismo feel to it. However, you are not doing any racing against a pack of cars. I have played around with Assoluto Racing and am willing to offer a review based on my progress so far.

NOTE: My review is based on my experience with Assoluto Racing on my Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8-inch tablet.






Assoluto Racing


Get to know Assoluto Racing! Here's a picture to set the mood here...

Assoluto Racing Infinity Vector
^ from: (YouTube) - Can you become a performance driving pro in the realm of Assoluto Racing?

Assoluto Racing was released in 2016 or so for mobile devices. This free game is the successor to "Redline Racing." Assoluto Racing challenges you to drive a number of cars ranging from economy cars to high-end sports cars. A number of tracks await you including a handful of real-world sports cars. While you will be driving these cars to their limits, you will not be doing any pack racing or any head-to-head racing. So forget about any kind of wheel-to-wheel racing. The game was previously for Apple's iOS system, but it was later ported for Android devices.

Powered by Unity3D, this game delivers impressive visuals. You will find yourself trying to accurately drive these cars on your smartphone or tablet. There are a number of elements to customize. You can buy new cars or tune your current one. No matter what the case, you will be taking on some very interesting driving situations across the many tracks in this game.

To play "Assoluto Racing," you must sign up with an account if you don't have one already. This game is completely free, but there are advertisements. Seeing the extra videos earn you extra coins just for watching. Same applies for connecting via Facebook. Now is a look at the different nuances of Assoluto Racing.





Assoluto Racing: Home, Cars, and Tuning


Assoluto Racing features a good number of cars spanning different decades and among many nationalities of car. The car you start out with is the handsome Peugeot RCZ. As you start winning Credits and Coins, you will be able to pick up more cars and parts to upgrade your cars.


Cars.

The cars in Assoluto Racing are spread across 12 different manufacturers. Nationalities of car are from America, England, France, Germany, and Japan. There are about maybe 30 or so cars. So don't expect an entire world of cars from almost every manufacturer known to humanity.

Tuning.

When you purchase tuning parts for your car, you can make it perform better. Your car can be rated much higher with modifications. Here are the main departments of tuning for cars in Assoluto Racing:

• Wheel Shop: You can purchase new wheels for your car. You can also paint them a certain color.

• Paint Shop: Change the color of your car by purchasing a new color for it.

• Tuning Menu: Buy performance parts for your car. Purchase parts either with Credits or Coins. Upgrade options include the following: Exhaust, Engine, Transmission, Tires, Brakes, Turbo, Suspension, and Weight Reduction.


Others.

Here are other options when Home:

• Photo Mode: Take pictures of your car.

• Video Ads: View video ads. These are for various other games you can play. You can, of course, buy these other games or simply enjoy some video content. You can earn some extra Coins simply by watching these videos.

• Shop: "Assoluto Racing" is free to play. However, if you want to access extra content or earn extra currency, the game's in-app purchases are available to you. You can buy packs ranging from new cars to getting extra currency to use in the game. So if you want that powerful car or want to max out your car with what little in-game money you have, you can give yourself a lift by purchasing packs from the Shop.


That's the customization trail. Now on to the racing aspect.




Assoluto Racing: License Tests


Try to earn licenses by clearing a number of individual performance driving objectives. To clear each license test, you must clear the objective within the time limit. Collisions and going off-course will result in automatic disqualification. There are three classes of license tests:


• Beginner Class - the base class.

• Intermediate Class - advanced techniques required to pass.

• Advanced Class - greater technique and skill required to achieve.


Completion of these objectives earn your Credits and Coins. Progress in each class will net you completion bonuses. Getting all Gold will net you the biggest earnings. So go for Gold if you can!




Assoluto Racing: Racing Types


Remember that Assoluto Racing is not a wheel-to-wheel racing game. Instead, you are taking on a series of solo runs. Most of what you are taking part in will be featured in this section. Here is a look at some of the race series you will be taking part in...


Race Series.

The Race Series feature four different styles of racing available to you to compete in. Here ia a brief intro to each:

• Unmodified Series
Using unmodified, non-tuned cars, you will be competing in a series of one-lap affairs. The key to success lies in hitting the apexes of each course. The more you connect, the more success you achieve here. You also want to try to complete the event without going off-course or colliding into objects. Unlike in the License Tests, you will not be disqualified for not running a clean race. What WILL happen, however, is time penalties being added to your overall time for each foul. So try to clear these events as cleanly as possible.

• Modified Series
I haven't attempted these, but I am assuming this is like the Unmodified Series, only that you are allowed to use tuned cars.

• Drift Points
Got the knack to go sideways? Then go drifting! You obviously will need a car capable of landing drifts. Preferably balanced rear-wheel drive cars will suffice here. I have NOT attempted this mode in preparing my initial blog post.

• Free Run
Test your car around any number of tracks offered in the game. Laps can be set from one lap to 10 laps on the circuits, and the open circuits can last from one minute to ten minutes. You earn Credits by simply participating in races.


When you run various races, you can actually put your name among many people from around the world. Try to log the best times and put in the best performances to be the best Assoluto Racing drivers in the world!


Tracks.

Here is an overview of the tracks in Assoluto Racing:

• AR Official Raceway
A simple, yet challenging permanent road course. Layout resembles Fuji of the 1990s or High-Speed Ring in Gran Turismo games. Also in Reverse.

• Blue City
A brief temporary course on a Japanese city highway. Also in Reverse.

• Yamagata Circuit
A simple, yet complex permanent road course. Also in Reverse.

• Forest Path
A permanent medium-length road course that winds through a forest. Also in Reverse.

• Arines Ring
A long course with many complex and tricky corners. The layout is styled like Sepang International Circuit. Also in Reverse.

• Waldorf
A challenging road course with many twists and turns. Also in Reverse.

• Docks
An open course set at a seaport. Use this stage to drift or to insanely drive around the course. Be careful not to throw your car into the water (I actually did this as I was preparing my blog post!)!

• Daikokuten
A compact permanent road course meant for drifting.

• Sportsland Yamanashi
A rather short and narrow permanent road course meant for drifting. It is also good for precise driving.

• Touge
The game's only open circuit, this is a course set on paved mountain roads. Drift to your heart's content here or try to precisely take on the corners hillclimb style.

• Test Course
A high-speed, long oval. Use it to test for maximum speed.

• Circle Course
A course set on a small circle. Good for skidpad testing and handling testing.


I now will offer thoughts on Assoluto Racing in general.




Assoluto Racing: Thoughts


Now on to my thoughts regarding this game.


First Impressions.

It is hard not to be compelled by the graphics for the cars and the tracks. Everything is designed beautifully. The cars sound very good also.

The game handles well with a smartphone or a tablet, but I think it would be better with a gamepad or even a steering wheel. I would surely play this game a lot if it was made for Android TV. It would probably even be good for other mobile OSes that have TV versions (like Apple TV or Amazon Fire TV).


Final Thoughts.

"Assoluto Racing" is a racing game that should appeal to almost any fan of the Gran Turismo series (and even the Ridge Racer series). This is a simulation racer that offers a great racing model

If you're looking for a pure motorsports simulation, this is NOT your game. But if you want a game simply about the joy of driving and a love of performance driving, then surely give Assoluto Racing a try. You could probably do better with a Triple-A style racing game from a Triple-A style developer. However, if you don't care about all of that, you will be hard-pressed to find a better and more fun simulation type racing game than "Assoluto Racing."

If I had one real gripe with this game, I wished the game didn't try to exit out when you press the back button of your smartphone or tablet. If you want to go back in menus, tap on the back arrow in the game's screen; NOT the one on your device. Another gripe I've had is that after a collision and trying to recover, you have to basically slow the car back down in Automatic transmission to where you go back down to first gear. LOADS of time could be wasted trying to get the car back to driving again after a hard collision or a spin and in Automatic transmission.


Video Preview.

Here is a video I found briefly showing you what "Assoluto Racing" is like:


^ Assoluto Racing Gameplay [Free on Android & iOS] - No Commentary


For More Information...

So do you want to try Assoluto Racing? Learn more about this game by visiting www.assolutoracing.com/. Visit that link to learn more about the game. You can also find links to get the game via Google Play or on the Apple App Store.


I hope you enjoyed my blog post. Most of the core elements have been discussed here.





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