Monday, December 4, 2017

Enthusia Professional Racing - Driving Revolution

John Marine | 7:36 PM | | | Be the first to comment!
Enthusia Professional Racing does not have a License Test system, but it has something very close- Driving Revolution. Driving Revolution tests you to drive a car properly in a set of driving challenges. Your driving skill is tested across many different unique stages. Try to master all of the courses to be the best in this mode of Enthusia Professional Racing.






Enthusia Professional Racing: Driving Revolution at a Glance


Let me introduce you to Driving Revolution in Enthusia Professional Racing.

Enthusia Professional Racing Driving Revolution
^ from: (YouTube) - Enthusia Professional Racing has many Driving Revolution challenges ready to test your driving ability in a number of exercises. Are you up for the challenge?


Basics of Driving Revolution.

Each Driving Revolution level features these light gates you must pass through. You are judged based on how you are able to go into the gates at the proper speed. What you want to do is enter each gate at the proper speed. The indicator will turn green when it is at the perfect level. To that end, the line will adjust up or down based on how fast you are going. If you are going too slow, the bar will be low, and the indicator will turn blue. Conversely, if you are going too fast, the bar will move high, and the indicator will turn orange.

Other indicators feature those you must accelerate from and decelerate from. You will know to accelerate if you head into an indicator with a chevron pointed upward. This is the Acceleration Indicator. The Brake Indicator has a regular bar but two orange markers at the top and bottom of the indicator. You are fine as long as you are within limits of both acceleration and braking indicators.

Judging your for entry into each section is on a number of levels:

• Perfect - you entered the gate at the ideal speed.
• Great - you entered the gate at a moderate than ideal speed.
• Good - you entered the gate at a slower than ideal speed.
• Bad - you entered the gate at a very poor speed.
• Miss - you missed the gate entirely.

If you keep missing gates or don't acquire enough points through a run, you will not score very high. If you just score poor enough, the game will end. These are basically like License Tests. So keep a decent rhythm through each challenge. What you want to do is rack up as many Perfects as possible to get the highest score. To advance to the next stage, your DR Gauge must surpass the orange bar on the bottom-left on your screen. If you failed the stage, you can try again as the game will offer you advice on how to pass the stage you failed. You know you did everything well when you achieve an "S" ranking. Try to go for the "S" rating as best as you can.


Other Considerations.

Make sure not to collide into objects, miss too many indicators, or drive in the wrong direction. These actions will greatly decline your score for each stage.

Indicators may be wide or thin depending on where you actually need to be. Take note of this and make sure not to miss these indicators entirely.


How This Post Works.

You will see in the heading each level followed by various other information. An intro to the level will be provided followed by the car or cars you will use in each stage. The cars are listed in the order they appear in. If one car appears in different stages within the same level, it will be listed only once.


So allow me to introduce you to the different levels of Driving Revolution. Advance to the next section!




Enthusia Professional Racing: Driving Revolution


This section features all of the Driving Revolution stages. A brief overview of what you can expect is what I will mention here. I have passed all of these stages with "C" or higher. So I will mostly explain what you are generally supposed to do in each stage.


Level 1: Ocean Bridge.

Ocean Bridge is a very simple course. In fact- it's a straight line! What challenges await you are basic car control challenges. You can pass each of these tests with such minimal effort.

CARS USED: Toyota Corolla Luxel, Smart fortwo cabrio, Volkswagen New Beetle, Toyota MR-S

• Stage 1: Drive according to specific speeds. Standing start.
• Stage 2: Maintain a consistent speed through consecutive indicators. Standing start.
• Stage 3: Weave through a slalom-style course while keeping up your speed. Be careful not to hit the walls. Standing start.
• Stage 4: Weave through a slalom-style course accelerating at certain levels. Standing start.


Level 2: Cosmic Eggway.

Cosmic Eggway is a short oval course in a tropical-like setting. It has a pair of short corners and one set of long corners. This is a very basic course to learn the nuances of driving in Enthusia Professional Racing. Nothing too complicated is featured here.

CARS USED: Mini Cooper 1275S Mk I, Renault Clio Renault Sport 2.0

• Stage 1: Cross the indicators at a decent speed while making sure to keep a consistent racing line.
• Stage 2: Cross the indicators at a decent speed, and make sure to brake at the braking indicators.
• Stage 3: Note the speeds you must be in as you approach each indicator.
• Stage 4: Change lanes at fast speeds.


Level 3: Rev City.

You go from a basic permanent road course to a tricky temporary street course. Rev City

CARS USED: Daihatsu Copen, Toyota Vitz RS Turbo

• Stage 1: Go full throttle into a high-speed corner. Steering input is crucial.
• Stage 2: Same as the previous stage, but in a more powerful car.
• Stage 3: Take a jump and then try to clear the remaining corners keeping a consistent line.
• Stage 4: Same as the previous stage, but in a more powerful car. Some indicators are more narrow.


Level 4: Cosmic Winding.

You will be racing the road course of Cosmic Eggway called Cosmic Winding. After Turn 1 of the oval, you will enter a short road course configuration that will test your racing ability.

CARS USED: Peugeot 106 S16, Mazda Eunos Roadster S-Special Type II

• Stage 1: Try to direct your car into pairs of indicators side-by-side. Uses the tight first corner of the oval.
• Stage 2: With the final corner of the oval, direct your car through pairs of indicators and single indicators.
• Stage 3: Racing infield the road course, follow each indicator, including the acceleration and brake indicators.
• Stage 4: Same as the previous stage, but with Traction Control and Stability Control turned off.


Level 5: Wild West Enduro.

Wild West Enduro is a temporary dirt race course built within a baseball ballpark. To bat a home run in these challenges, you will have to learn driving on non-tarmac surfaces. Consider this your entry into off-road racing in Enthusia Professional Racing. It is also the first Driving Revolution levels where you will be driving race cars.

CARS USED: Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution, Peugeot 206 Rally Car 2000

• Stage 1: Race the second half of the course. Make note of the acceleration indicators towards the end.
• Stage 2: Same as the previous stage, but in a lighter and different-performing car.
• Stage 3: Race the first half of the course. The corners are tighter than in Stage 1.
• Stage 4: Same as the previous stage, but in a lighter and different-performing car.


Level 6: Tsukuba Circuit.

The only licensed race course in Enthusia you will race on in Driving Revolution is the Tsukuba Circuit. This circuit north of Tokyo in Ibaraki Prefecture is a short road course that has plenty of depth. The main challenge here is to learn the track sector by sector. Then, be ready to complete one lap around the course.

CAR USED: Toyota Altezza RS200

• Stage 1: Race the first sector of the track. A sharp corner, a chicane, and a slightly banked hairpin await.
• Stage 2: Race the second sector of the track. A sharp corner followed by some tricky bends and sharp hairpin await.
• Stage 3: Race the final sector of the track. The long, sweeping corner is too easy to misjudge. So be careful.
• Stage 4: Race one lap around the track.


Level 7: Tsukuba Circuit.

You will be racing again on Tsukuba Circuit, but this time under wet conditions. You also will be racing without TCS or ESC for any of the events. Proper car control is an absolute must for clearing each of the stages.

CARS USED: Toyota Sprinter Trueno 3-Door GT APEX, Toyota Altezza RS200

• Stage 1: Perform a slalom on a wet track in an low-powered car. Manual transmission.
• Stage 2: Race through Tsukuba's S-curve on a wet course. No TCS or ESC.
• Stage 3: Race the second half of the first sector of Tsukuba.
• Stage 4: If you misjudge the large radius of this section's curve, you will fail.


Level 8: Marco Strada.

This is the night version of Marco Strada, which is run on wet roads. Very much inspired by Venice, Italy; you will be doing a series of challenges to test your wet weather handling.

CARS USED: Mini Cooper S, Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA, Mazda Roadster RS-II

• Stage 1: Race the middle part of the track, which mostly takes place on the wooden bridge.
• Stage 2: Same as the previous stage, but in a more powerful car that is rear-wheel drive (unlike the front-wheel drive car previously).
• Stage 3: Drive through a chicane on down to the sharp hairpin leading to the Start/Finish line. Same car from Stage 2.
• Stage 4: Take on the chicane in a peppy sports car. Watch out for collisions or losing control.


Level 9: Autumn Mountain.

The beautiful Autumn Mountain track features a winding course through a village and several adjacent mountain roads. This is a really technical temporary course, so make sure to stay alert at all times on a track that can snap on you at any given moment if you are not careful.

CARS USED: Lancia Delta integrale Evoluzione II, Honda Civic Type R, Mercedes-Benz CL55 AMG

• Stage 1: Race the first half of the track with a lot of indicators on the exterior of the course.
• Stage 2: Race the second half of the track with indicators on the exterior of the course.
• Stage 3: Race the final corner of the course with indicators are placed side-by-side. Concentration is a must here.
• Stage 4: Indicators are scattered everywhere and at different speeds. Concentrate and practice to get an "S" here.


Level 10: Edge of the Road.

Edge of the Road is a beautiful and exciting off-road course with tunnels and waterfalls. There are also a number of corners sure to keep you honest. Victory here will require a combination of off-road racing along with proper car control on non-tarmac surfaces.

CARS USED: Daihatsu Storia X4, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI, Subaru Impreza WRX STi Limited, Ford Focus Rally Car

• Stage 1: A tricky set of left and right corners await you along with elevation changes. Take them all properly to pass this stage.
• Stage 2: Go from a high-speed section down to some slow corners, all while keeping the car stable.
• Stage 3: Take on a series of hairpin curves while trying to maintain traction on dirt surfaces.
• Stage 4: Take on the jumps to this course while also properly navigating the corners in a proper rally car.


Level 11: Mystic Caveway.

Most of Mystic Caveway is raced on through a cavern. How you handle the many corners within this unique setting will determine success or failure. Take on these invidivdual challenges and perform to the best of your ability.

CARS USED: Nissan Elgrand, Daihatsu Storia X4, Mitsubishi Lancer GSR Evolution III

• Stage 1: Race the hairpin of this course in a huge rear-wheel drive van.
• Stage 2: Race through a section of many indicators leading to the Start/Finish line. Think ahead and plan in advance to clear this one.
• Stage 3: Most indicators are in blind parts of the track and near walls. Find them and adjust your speed to clear this section.
• Stage 4: Same strategy as the previous stage, but you are now dealing with uphill corners.


Level 12: Speediapolis Ring.

If you think the challenges will be easy since Speediapolis Ring is on an oval, think again! If anything, this set of challenges test your ability to keep a car stable under high-speed conditions. You will almost certainly fail if you go too slow around the course in any of these stages. So try to concentrate on maintaining high speeds throughout your runs.

CARS USED: Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am SD-455, Audi R8 Team Goh 2003, Honda NSX-R, Toyota Exxon Superflo Supra

• Stage 1: Race the second half of Speediapolis Ring in a muscle car.
• Stage 2: One lap around the track in a proper race car. Take advantage of this car's downforce and intense speed.
• Stage 3: Perform a high-speed slalom on the backstretch of this course. Know when to change lanes and keep a consistent speed.
• Stage 4: Race the first half of this course while also performing a high-speed slalom. Make note of where the indicators are.


Level 13: Burgenschlucht.

Burgenschlucht is a unique tarmac course with a rally racing feel to it. Winding country roads and some city streets are utilized in this uniquely European temporary racing course. This track is almost basically a tarmac rally course with its snaking roads. Enjoy trying to push the limits of both your car and your skills on this excellent course.

CARS USED: Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec, Honda NSX Type S Zero, Dodge Viper GTS, Lotus Elise 111S

• Stage 1: Take a tour through the village while weaving left and right going downhill.
• Stage 2: Part of Stage 1 shows up again, but you are now taking on some sharp corners and some uphill and downhill sections.
• Stage 3: Take on the high-speed right-hand corner followed by a sharp kink. Control your speed properly to clear the stage.
• Stage 4: Control a nimble car through a series of tricky corners situated on undulating roads.


Level 14: Wintertraum.

Some people have criticized that cars in Enthusia handle like they are on ice. Well, here is a unique Driving Revolution challenge- racing on ice and snow. Wintertraum offers icy and snowy roads for you to drive on. The course is kind of an icy version of Burgenschlucht but with different roads. Ice and snow have poor traction. So for these stages, you will have to try to navigate your way around on surfaces that have little or no traction. Thankfully, you will be racing a machine more than capable to take on these stages. Though it has the designation of WRC, you are not racing a World Rally Championship rally car in this Level. You are instead racing a street car with DNA of their successful GT-FOUR WRC Rally Car. These stages will be difficult, but not impossible. You will really need to focus and practice to get the best scores in these stages. In case you're wondering, this is the last of the off-road Driving Revolution levels.

CAR USED: Toyota Celica GT-FOUR WRC

• Stage 1: Perform a slalom on icy roads on the front stretch of the track.
• Stage 2: Downhill sections await. Don't lose too much speed or control!
• Stage 3: Both downhill and uphill sections make up this course. Find the best line and adjust throttle inputs to clear this stage.
• Stage 4: Use the indicators to devise a proper racing line around this large-radius turn section.


Level 15: Dragon Range.

You will be taking on Enthusia's touge track- Dragon Range in the downhill direction. Your ability to properly drift around corners will be paramount to success in these challenges. Even if you are not an adept drifter (I am not good at drifting myself), you will at least learn and practice techniques to become a more solid driver overall. Just like almost anything in life, take this set of challenges as a learning experience. The best advice for any of these tests is to try not to hit the barriers on either side of the road in these stages.

CARS USED: Nissan 180 Type X, Mazda Roadster RS-II, Subaru Impreza WRX STi Version VI, Mazda Savanna RX-7 Infini

• Stage 1: A weaving road with a series of indicators await. Keep the car stable at all times while adjusting speeds.
• Stage 2: Take on the high-speed section of the track while properly hitting all of the indicators at proper speeds.
• Stage 3: Try using the emergency brake to make tighter turns to tackle a series of three hairpin corners.
• Stage 4: The final set of corners await you. They are blind and in tricky locations. Drive carefully.


Level 16: Pacific Gateway.

Pacific Gateway is a challenging street course with elevation changes and tricky corners. You are racing around the beautiful city of San Francisco, California, USA here. Racing this track helped me to appreciate the beauty of San Francisco. While this urban course is beautiful, this track has some ugly sections that will unnerve you if you are not careful. The course has everything from technical corners to many elevation changes. You're going to get quite a workout racing this one! In a way, you can think of Pacific Gateway as Konami's answer to the Seattle Circuit of Gran Turismo games.

CARS USED: Ford Mustang Mach 1, Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe, Chevrolet Corvette Z51

• Stage 1: Take on the first sector of the course, with its blind corners. Be careful going uphill and making jumps later.
• Stage 2: The winding roads around a forested part of the track await. The section is blind and twisty. Go easy here.
• Stage 3: Go over a crest, into a chicane, then through a sweeping downhill section. Double indicators towards the end.
• Stage 4: From the final uphill, take on a twisty section that goes downhill and to the marina. Keep the car stable and in a good line.


Level 17: Löwenseering.

I call Löwenseering as the signature race track of Enthusia Professional Racing. You will be racing the Grand Prix style course, Löwenseering in a powerful race car. You will be given the 24 Hours of Le Mans-winning Team Goh Audi Japan R8 LMP from 2004. You will have to learn this track and this car on your own to clear all four stages. Oh, and if you fail, NO advice will be given to you at all. The assumption is that you have been taught all you can be taught, so it's up to you to clear all of the stages. Can you do it?

CAR USED: Audi R8 Team Goh 2004

• Stage 1: Complete the first sector of the track, complete with a banked turn and several sharp corners.
• Stage 2: Complete the second sector of the track, which includes a super-slow hairpin and the bridge.
• Stage 3: Complete the final sector of the track. This stage is both long and fast with many tricky corners.
• Stage 4: Complete a full lap around this course. "C" or better will be difficult, but keep trying!

HOW difficult? This video from another player demonstrate how nuts this challenge is, especially Level 17, Stage 4:


^ Enthusia - Driving Revolution - Level 17 Stage 4 - S RANK!!

Now YOU try and do that for Level 17, Stage 4 (or better)!


Level 18: Cosmic Eggway.

While the course is fairly simple, the challenges here are anything but. Each stage is done in Manual Transmission and with no Traction Control or Stability Control. Throttle, brakes, and transmission are not functional in any of these challenges. So what you are looking at is a test in car control. This set of challenges will unnerve you to no end. However, clearing each stage is not impossible. Even if you just clear a section with "C" or better, consider yourself adept. You're the absolute best if you clear all four stages with the "S" rank.

CARS USED: Mazda Roadster RS-II, Nissan S15 Silvia R-Tune, Caterham Super 7 Superlight R500

• Stage 1: Use the E-Brake to properly maintain the car while heading into the corner.
• Stage 2: Countersteer to drift through the indicators. No E-Brake in this one.
• Stage 3: Adjust weight while cornering to hit the indicators.
• Stage 4: E-Brake drift in this car, but be ready to gather it up again.


It takes a lot of skill to clear each stage, let alone with an "S" rank. Just keep trying and don't give up. Also avoid being frustrated. All this will do is further rack your mind trying to clear these levels and their stages.





I hope you found these little tidbits helpful. Happy racing! Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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World Driver Championship

John Marine | 6:55 PM | | Be the first to comment!
If the Nintendo 64 ever had a decent challenger to Gran Turismo, it was World Driver Championship, a game featuring fantasy cars racing around on a variety of mostly street courses. The premise of this game is through the intense realm of GT racing. You race GT2-spec cars across a variety of cities around the world (otherwise, why call it WORLD Driver Championship?). The cars are all fantasy, but car fans will be able to easily identify what each car even remotely resembles. You can race with much faster cars by improving your rank in the game.

This blog entry is about "World Driver Championship" and how I feel about it as a whole.






World Driver Championship at a Glance


World Driver Championship
^ from: taringa.net (it was the best I could find) - World Driver Championship, perhaps the most beautiful racing game on the Nintendo 64.

World Driver Championship is about full-speed racing on mostly city streets with GT2-spec cars. GT2 is defined as a class of cars that are modified for racing, but not extremely modified to where they bear no resemblance whatsoever to their road-going counterparts. Up to eight cars can race at once on each track. You begin racing on a few different courses at a time. With progress through the tournaments, you can race the more powerful and faster cars. You can also race on some of the tougher courses with progress. Your racing adventures take you to places such as Hawaii, Rome, Sydney, Kyoto, Las Vegas, the Black Forest, and more. This game was created and developed by Boss and published by Midway in 1999.

With progress in WDC, you can step up to the GT1-spec cars. They are obviously more powerful and faster than the GT2-spec cars. So be sure to keep playing to race these exceptionally more powerful cars in the game.

That's really it to the basics of this game.


Video Preview.

To help you learn more about this game, here is a YouTube videos to give you a preview of what to expect for this game:


^ World Driver Championship (Actual N64 Capture) - High Resolution Mode.

Maybe the most enticing element of this game was the enhancement in graphics by going with a widescreen format. It comes at the expense of, however, a letterbox screen.




World Driver Championship: Final Thoughts


This was a game I remembered renting long ago. It was a great racing experience, but not really enough to make me want to consider getting it. The sounds may be weak for a system like this, but it is still very manageable. The music is mostly generic rock music. It can be terrible at times. As for the graphics, there's no way you can deny this is a gorgeous game (even for the N64). The amount of challenge in this game is very acceptable. It is an intense experience. All the tracks are in lovely detail as well as with how the cars all look. It's a beautiful game.

The sad thing for Nintendo is that there has never been any kind of realistic racing game that has been greatly successful. The reason why you should care about "World Driver Championship" is because it is one of the best racing games for the Nintendo 64 not named Mario Kart 64. I mentioned that "World Driver Championship" is the Nintendo 64's Gran Turismo. Only difference is that you are not collecting and tuning cars, and this game isn't exactly a hardcore sim even for its time. This is not one of the best experiences for N64 racing, but it is one not to overlook. I could do without a lot of the music in this game. Yet still, a great job of this game was done by Boss.


An Offer...

If you enjoyed this review and if you have a Nintendo 64, I encourage you to buy this game if you want to get this game. Buy from Amazon:







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GT 64 Championship Edition

John Marine | 5:51 PM | | Be the first to comment!
Imagineer and Ocean made "GT 64 Championship Edition" for the Nintendo 64. Featuring cars from the (then) JGTC, you race only on city courses. Wonder why? It's Japanese name is "City Tour GrandPrix." Allow me to introduce you to this Nintendo 64 racing game.

NOTE: Previously, I thought I blogged about this game before. Apparently not! So here goes a new post to "John's Race Space!"






GT 64 Championship Edition


Now for a finer look at "GT 64 Championship Edition." This game was released in 1998 only for the Nintendo 64.


^ from: romsmania.com (best I could find) - GT 64 attempts to give you the most unreal racing experience on the Nintendo 64. Does it come through, or is it a backmarker?

Tracks.

This game has you racing in three different cities each with short and long variations. Tracks can be raced on either in dry conditions or wet conditions. Because this game is named differently from its Japanese counterpart, I will feature the track names both in "GT 64 Championship Edition" and its "City Tour GrandPrix" variant in parentheses.

• Japan Grand Prix (Tokyo) - just your average city circuit- narrow roads and tough passing.

• European Grand Prix (Lake Fuji) - a more country road track than an urban track.

• USA Grand Prix (~not in the Japanese version~) - wide roads and high speeds make up this course.


Finally, there is a track not included in "GT64 Championship Edition" but included in "City Tour GrandPrix":

• Kyoto - a course with technical corners and even a fast indoor section.


Cars.

Cars featured in this game represent the many different cars from the (then) JGTC, or the All-Japan Grand Touring Car Championship. The JGTC is now known as Super GT. You will be racing machines like the Toyota Supra, Nissan Skyline GT-R, Honda NSX, Nissan 300ZX, and various other race-bred GT cars. Each car can be modified to meet the conditions of a race course. The Japanese version has the licensing rights to the names of the Porsche and the Lamborghini in this game.


Racing.

Races will have no more than eight cars to a track. You can set how many laps you want to run. In Championship Mode, you can compete in proper race weekends ranging from practice to qualifying to the race itself. You can choose between dry conditions and rainy conditions as well.


With this brief overview of the game, here are my thoughts based on my playing of this title long ago.




"GT 64 Championship Edition" Final Thoughts/Review


If you were looking for a racing game to rival Gran Turismo on the Nintendo 64, "GT 64 Championship Edition" is absolutely NOT the game. This game lacks a sufficient fun factor, a decent driving model, and just seems overall boring. Very little has been done to make this game stand out and really be worth something. Quality simulation-type racing games for the Nintendo 64 have been far and between. This game just doesn't cut it as being any real contender among this category of racing games. There is SOME fun to this game, but not enough to make it legendary or enjoyable.





This is, at least, how I feel about this game. I hope you enjoyed your time here. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Groups of Real Racing 3 - Exclusive Series

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Fifteen cars in Real Racing 3 are Exclusive Series cars. If you max out the performance of an Exclusive Series car, you can compete in series featuring only that car; and you will race with and against that car. This blog post will conclude the blog post series regarding the groups of Real Racing 3. This is a look at the Exclusive Series cars.


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.


Groups of Real Racing 3: Road Map

Want to see the entire series of the Groups of Real Racing 3 posts? Take a look at this section. You can visit any of the other posts by checking out this section. The series:

Groups of Real Racing 3: Amateur
Groups of Real Racing 3: NASCAR
Groups of Real Racing 3: Pro/Am
Groups of Real Racing 3: Pro
Groups of Real Racing 3: Expert
Groups of Real Racing 3: Master
Groups of Real Racing 3: Elite
Groups of Real Racing 3: Legend
• Groups of Real Racing 3: Exclusive Series (YOU ARE HERE)


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




Real Racing 3: Exclusive Series


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 Exclusive Series
^ The Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R34) is one of 15 cars you can exclusively race with and against in the Exclusive Series.

The Exclusive Series requires you purchase one specific car and max out its upgrades. Once you fully upgrade eligible cars, you can compete in a series of races tailored to that specific car. These races are pretty tough. While you may have gotten the advantage in the regular series with a fully upgraded car, you may not be so fortunate or confident trying these Exclusive Series races. You know a car is eligible for an Exclusive Series if you see Exclusive Series graphics for them. It is best you snap up these cars to be able to utilize them proper in a deep and extensive series of races such as the ones here.

Because you already have the needed car and its upgrades, every race in every tier is available to you to race. So you don't have to worry about unlocking extra material. You could basically do the very last tier of races to start off with. Progress in completing these races nets you extra R$ and Gold. Complete the entire series for each car to earn the maximum rewards.


Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R34).

Car Featured:
• Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R34)


"A pure beast, this 'Godzilla' is known for its fearsome power and endurance."

Did you know the Skyline here is a REAR-wheel drive car? Most know of the Skyline/GT-Rs for having four-wheel drive. This one, though, is a rear-driven car. It's still a Skyline at the end of the day. Harness this Japanese beast's power and performance to power your way to victory. Can you do it?


Mazda RX-7 Spirit R (FD).

Car Featured:
• Mazda RX-7 Spirit R


Arguably the most beautiful of the highest end Japanese sports cars of the 1990s, you will be racing with the Mazda RX-7 Spirit R. The Spirit R is the last of the fabulous FD RX-7s. This rotary-powered beast is for you to enjoy once you compete in this series after fully upgrading it.


BMW M3 GTS.

Car Featured:
• BMW M3 GTS


"Lighter. Faster. Constantly outpacing even its maker's wildest expectations."

The BMW M3 GTS is a powerful machine. It is made more powerful once you have upgraded it fully. See if you can win yourself some races with this beast.


Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4.

Car Featured:
• Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4


"The best selling Lamborghini of all time - design and power in an irresistable package."

Before being replaced by the Huracan, the Gallardo is a baby Lamborghini that deals big damage. You can use this car to fulfill your deepest performance driving pleasures.


Aston Martin V12 Vantage S.

Car Featured:
• Aston Martin V12 Vantage S


Aston Martin makes some beastly luxury supercars. These are GT-type cars that are vastly luxurious. You will be using the V12-powered V12 Vantage S in this Exclusive Series. A car like this is not for the faint of heart. You may need to make sure your heart rate or blood pressure doesn't double or triple when you push this car to its limits in this series.


Jaguar F-Type SVR.

Car Featured:
• Jaguar F-Type SVR


When the Jaguar F-Type was unveiled, I thought it was the most fabulous Jaguar ever; or at least the most fabulous since the legendary XJ220. While this isn't Jaguar's most bonkers offering, you will be racing a very capable machine with this F-Type. See if you can win the races you can enter this fine car in.


Audi R8 LMS Ultra.

Car Featured:
• Audi R8 LMS Ultra


Many people think of the Audi R8 LMP race car when "R8" is uttered. The Audi R8 road car has always been fabulous and beautiful. The R8 LMS Ultra is the premier racing variant of the R8 race car. Various series have featured the Audi R8 ranging from various low-level GT series to even events like the 24 Hours of Le Mans and even the 24 Hours at the Nürburgring. So when you fully upgrade the R8 LMS Ultra, you will be doing some intense racing with an intensely powerful and capable car. So go do Audi proud with this great race car!


Ferrari F12TDF.

Car Featured:
• Ferrari F12TDF


This V12-powered Ferrari is powerful and exclusive. If the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is bonkers as it is, this one is even more bonkers. It is also a track car. If you maxed out your F12 TDF, you are in for a fierce battle in this Exclusive Series.


Porsche 918 RSR Concept.

Car Featured:
• Porsche 918 RSR Concept


If you maxed out your 918 RSR Concept, then you can race in this set of races. Give it your all with this Porsche beast.


Mercedes-AMG GT3.

Car Featured:
• Mercedes-AMG GT3


Open up a can of Whoop-Booty with the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3 in this series. The Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3 is an elegant race car heavily inspired by one of my all-time favorite cars- the Mercedes-Benz 300SL.


Mazda Furai.

Car Featured:
• Mazda Furai


The Mazda Furai is one of the wildest cars of the 2000s. It is for you to race in this Exclusive Series if you maxed it out. This is the only other Exclusive Series based on a rotary-powered car. Let the Furai sing at its highest octaves while also tearing up whatever track it races on.


Ariel Atom V8.

Car Featured:
• Ariel Atom V8


Lightweight, powerful, and fierce; the Ariel Atom V8 delivers face-melting performance (just ask Jeremy Clarkson). You may remember this car from the first Open Sky Challenge. Max that Atom V8 out, and you can race in this series. Lord help you try to clear this series with 100% completion.


McLaren P1 GTR.

Car Featured:
• McLaren P1 GTR


The McLaren F1 was a jaw-dropper in the 20th Century. The P1 is a jaw-dropper in the 21st Century. The P1 GTR is the bonkers racing variant of the P1. You were mad enough to try to max out an already beastly race car. Your reward? Entry into this Exclusive Series. Good luck taming this beast against other P1 GTRs.


Ferrari FXX K.

Car Featured:
• Ferrari FXX K


So the McLaren P1 GTR isn't fast enough for you? Maybe you are among the tifosi and want to race a mad Ferrari. Well- you maxed out the FXX K. Now you get to go against other Ferrari FXX Ks in this Exclusive Series. Good luck. You might need it.


Koenigsegg Regera.

Car Featured:
• Koenigsegg Regera


Fast. Faster. Fastest. While the Regera isn't the most bonkers Koenigsegg, it is a car that epitomizes hypercar performance. Get a Regera and max it out to compete in this series. Don't blink- you might lose the race with these cars!


Koenigsegg One:1.

Car Featured:
• Koenigsegg One:1


Did you really NEED to max out the Koenigsegg One:1? Well, you made the decision to max it out. And now you get to go against other Koenigsegg One:1s. I hope you're happy. High-speed battle like you won't believe with this series!


Ferrari F14 T.

Car Featured:
• Ferrari F14 T


The only Exclusive Series featuring a Formula 1 car is the Ferrari F14 T. Ferrari formula power is what you're talking about with this modern F1 car. Can you make the most of this car's performance to clear this series of races?


McLaren MP4-X.

Car Featured:
• McLaren MP4-X


The last of the Exclusive Series cars is the conceptual race car, the McLaren MP4-X. This car is like McLaren's answer to the Red Bull prototypes in Gran Turismo 5 and Gran Turismo 6. The McLaren MP4-X is a no-nonsense futuristic F1 race car. You had to have a lot of money to invest in upgrading it. Now, you are looking to show you are the best by racing in this Exclusive Series.


Have fun! :)





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Groups of Real Racing 3 - Legend

John Marine | 8:38 PM | | Be the first to comment!
Every Real Racing 3 driver wants to be a Legend. This is your chance if you've worked your way up to this level. It is the final group of the base classes in Real Racing 3. The toughest races and fastest cars await you. Are you ready to take on the ultimate challenges this series has to offer? Congratulations if you got here; equal congratulations if you clear this Group with 100% completion. You're going to have to SERIOUSLY earn it here in this one.


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.


Groups of Real Racing 3: Road Map

Want to see the entire series of the Groups of Real Racing 3 posts? Take a look at this section. You can visit any of the other posts by checking out this section. The series:

Groups of Real Racing 3: Amateur
Groups of Real Racing 3: NASCAR
Groups of Real Racing 3: Pro/Am
Groups of Real Racing 3: Pro
Groups of Real Racing 3: Expert
Groups of Real Racing 3: Master
Groups of Real Racing 3: Elite
Groups of Real Racing 3: Legend (YOU ARE HERE)
Groups of Real Racing 3: Exclusive Series


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


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




Real Racing 3: Legend 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 Legend
^ >Legend Group- the final set of challenges. The epitome of top-tier Real Racing 3 racing. Are you game enough to last in this group?

The final of the group types are in the Legend group. Here, you will be faced with some of the fastest sports cars and the fastest race cars. You will also be met with the most difficult races in "Real Racing 3." You worked hard to get to this point- now establish yourself as a legend of Real Racing 3! Oh, and enjoy the hypercars featured in this group as well. Now get to racing- you have things to prove and generations to inspire!

You will unlock the Legend group at Level 50 in Real Racing 3.


Sorry to Disappoint You, But...

Remember I told you that these posts are Works in Progress? Well, I don't have as much progress to get to this point! So this post will be updated once I actually get back into playing the daylights out of Real Racing 3!

It is not like me to offer resources other than my own. However, since I am in the business of providing informative content, I must provide something rather than upset any of my readers. So get your fill of data regarding the Legend class by reading this post on the Real Racing 3 Wikia page: Legend|Real Racing 3 Wiki.

I am sorry I can't provide my own material currently (as of October 23, 2017). I will probably update this post with my own content should I get to finally offer my insight. What I am "borrowing" will do for now.

Let me share with you a big part of why I have released these Real Racing 3 Group posts. I lost a LOT of my progress in Real Racing 3 when it crashed and froze my Nexus Player. So instead of being at Elite level, I am back down to my last Cloud Save- as I went from Elite to Level 14. Great shame. Sorry to all of you. It may be a while to get back to where I was. In fact, I may just give up entirely on providing Real Racing 3 content because of this huge setback.





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Monday, October 23, 2017

Groups of Real Racing 3 - Elite

John Marine | 9:20 PM | | Be the first to comment!
(UPDATED: October 24, 2017)
Whether you use Elite, "1337," or "L337"; you know what this group is about. Greater challenges await you along with some of the most fabulous automobiles ever produced. Take the fight worldwide with street cars and race cars here. You are going to really have your hands full now! Get ready for the greatest thrill ride thus far 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.


LATEST UPDATE(S)/REVISION(S)

OCT 24 2017 - added road map of the "Groups of Real Racing 3" series






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.


Groups of Real Racing 3: Road Map

Want to see the entire series of the Groups of Real Racing 3 posts? Take a look at this section. You can visit any of the other posts by checking out this section. The series:

Groups of Real Racing 3: Amateur
Groups of Real Racing 3: NASCAR
Groups of Real Racing 3: Pro/Am
Groups of Real Racing 3: Pro
Groups of Real Racing 3: Expert
Groups of Real Racing 3: Master
Groups of Real Racing 3: Elite (YOU ARE HERE)
Groups of Real Racing 3: Legend
Groups of Real Racing 3: Exclusive Series


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


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




Real Racing 3: Elite 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 Elite
^ You're a Real Racing 3 Elite. Now prove it!

When you step up to the Elite class, Iconic Manufacturers are featured. By now, you have shown your prowess across the different races of Real Racing 3. It is now time to push those skills even further in more intense races with more intense cars. Now is not the time to look back. Big prizes and powerful cars await you here. Only the Legend group is in view if you manage to prove your worth on the Elite level. You even get to race some of the R3 Spec machines in this Group. A big part of progress in this series is to clear the very first event. So do your best if you are to unlock any other races in this Group.

You will unlock the Elite group at Level 38.


Speedrush TV Challenge.

A handful of challenges await you here. If you want to win the Audi R8 V10 Spyder, you will need to complete all of the races in this series. You have four days to complete this challenge to win the Audi R8 V10 Spyder for free. If you fail to clear the challenges in the allotted time, you can still play for cash and Gold bonus. You can earn certain bonuses if you are unable to clear the challenges in time.


Vanguard Challenge.

Cars Featured:
• McLaren MP4-12C
• Audi R8 V10 Spyder
• Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4
• McLaren F1
• Pagani Zonda F


European supercars are the name of the game here in the Vanguard Challenge. Can you take full advantage of each of these supercars to win these events?

You must complete the Speedrush TV Challenge to unlock this series.


GT1 Grand Tour.

Cars Featured:
• Ford Ford GT FIA GT1
• Nissan Sumo Power GT GT-R GT1
• Nissan JR Motorsports GTR-GT1
• Lamborghini Murciélago R SV GT1


This series is all about no holds barred GT racing with powerful GT racing cars. The GT1 Grand Tour features a handful of races featuring powerful and fast GT racing cars. The training wheels are off now for sure! Let's see how you do trying to keep these racing beasts tame.


Lexus LFA Showcase.

Cars Featured:
• Lexus LFA


The Lexus LFA is yours to race in this series. The LFA is a capable front-engine, rear-wheel drive supercar from the North American luxury arm of Toyota- Lexus. Take advantage of the LFA's power and performance to succeed in this showcase series.


Porsche 50 Years of 911.

Cars Featured:
• 911 Carrera RS ...(197x)
• 911 Targa (1974)
• 911 Carrera...
• 911 Carrera RS 3.8 (1995)
• 911 GT2 (2003)
• 911 Turbo (2009)
• 911 RSR (2013)


The Porsche 50 Years of 911 series isn't Real Racing 3's version of "Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed," but you will get to race some of the iconic Porsches that comprise the history of the 911. Porsche 911 models past and present, street and competition will be available for you to push to their limits. This is a series you will probably enjoy if you love Porsche. And even if you don't love Porsche, at least you will get to race some amazing cars in this series.


Ferrari Faceoff.

Cars Featured:
• Ferrari FF
• Ferrari 458 Italia
• Ferrari F12 Berlinetta


The Ferrari Faceoff features three modern Ferrari models. Try the utilitarian FF, the exotic 458 Italia, and the all-conquering F12 Berlinetta. This series will give you the Ferrari loving you so crave. Or at least... among more modern Ferraris.


Supercars Championship '16.

Cars Featured:
• Nissan Altima (2016)
• Ford Falcon FG X (2016)
• Holden Commodore VF (2016)


Australia's premier motorsports category is for you to enjoy in Real Racing 3. The Australian V8 Supercar Series (nowadays Supercars Australia), features V8-powered supertouring cars. Their immense power and performance are for you to experience and (hopefully) enjoy. So get ready to put the power down on these beasts and win races! This series features cars from the 2016 season of V8 Supercars.


Supercars Championship '17.

Cars Featured:
• Nissan Altima (2017)
• Ford Falcon FG X (2017)
• Holden Commodore VF (2017)


This series is the same as the previous series, but with the 2017 cars. Nothing's changed- you're still dealing with some powerful and capable racing machines. Look elsewhere if you want something more tame.


Exos Experience.

Cars Featured:
• Lotus Type 125


While this isn't the first open-wheel series in Real Racing 3, this will be the first one where you race with modern Formula 1 cars. The car in question is Lotus' F1 team. Give this car a try across the various races in this series.


Coupé de Grace.

Cars Featured:
• Porsche 911 Carrera S
• Jaguar F-Type SVR


Two fabulous sports cars await you here in this German vs. British showdown. Mastery of these two lovely automobiles is paramount to success here.


Track Thrillers.

Cars Featured:
• Lexus LFA
• McLaren MP4-12C
• Ferrari F12 TDF


Capable, exotic supercars await you in this series. Feel the power and ferocity of these exotics to win in each of the races in this series. Can you handle it?


Automotive Mastery.

Cars Featured:
• Lamborghini Huracan GT3
• Porsche 918 RSR Concept
• McLaren 650S GT3
• Jaguar C-X75


The cars that race in this series are capable European GT racing cars. Try to master racing these cars in the Automotive Mastery series. Are you adept enough to do so?


Road Masters.

Cars Featured:
• Lexus LFA
• Audi R8 V10 Spyder
• McLaren 675LT


Take of these three track terrors and make automotive poetry in motion. These exotic beasts will be pushed to the limit in this series by you. Bring money. Bring talent. Bring home 1st Place.


Grand Adventure.

Cars Featured:
• Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black Series
• Ferrari 458 Italia
• McLaren 570GT


In this showdown of European cars, you have British muscle from McLaren, German muscle from Mercedes-Benz, and Italian muscle from Ferrari. No matter which tickles your fancy the most, you're going to have quite the ride trying to race these machines on the edge of a knife. So go pick one and be happy!


All-Out Attack.

Cars Featured:
• Ford Shelby GT350R
• Aston Martin Vantage GT3
• Mercedes-AMG GT3


No weaklings make up this series. You can go with the amazing Shelby GT350R. You can exude sportscar luxury with the Aston Martin. Or you may show style and speed with the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT3. Go all out or go home.


Ford Shelby R3 Spec GT350R World Series.

Cars Featured:
• Ford Shelby GT350R R3 Spec


Race the R3 Spec Ford Shelby GT350R in this series. Try your best to harness this car's capabilities as you power your way through each race event.


Lamborghini Huracan R3 Spec World Series.

Cars Featured:
• Lamborghini Huracan R3 Spec


The Lamborghini Huracan replaced the Gallardo. In this series, you are racing an upgraded version of the Huracan across a series of challenges. Get to know this car for all its worth. When you're done, be sure to take your Huracan R3 Spec through its paces and try to win as many races as you can.


720S Proving Grounds.

Cars Featured:
• Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4
• McLaren 675LT
• McLaren 720S Coupe


Prove your worth and skill by racing the amazing 720S in this series. Though the series is about the McLaren 720S, you are racing more than just the McLaren 720S. So get ready to have the time of your life pushing these cars to their limits (and then some).


Jaguar C-X75 R3 Spec World Series.

Cars Featured:
• Jaguar C-X75 R3 Spec World Series


The beautiful Jaguar C-X75 is your mount for this series. This car is capable of a top speed of 242 mph. This car is a mid-engined beast with four-wheel drive. Therefore, you will be quite busy trying to keep this demon on the tarmac. See if you can clear the challenges for this car in this series.




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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Groups of Real Racing 3 - Master

John Marine | 1:56 PM | | Be the first to comment!
(UPDATED: October 24, 2017)
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.


LATEST UPDATE(S)/REVISION(S)

OCT 24 2017 - added road map of the "Groups of Real Racing 3" series






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.


Groups of Real Racing 3: Road Map

Want to see the entire series of the Groups of Real Racing 3 posts? Take a look at this section. You can visit any of the other posts by checking out this section. The series:

Groups of Real Racing 3: Amateur
Groups of Real Racing 3: NASCAR
Groups of Real Racing 3: Pro/Am
Groups of Real Racing 3: Pro
Groups of Real Racing 3: Expert
Groups of Real Racing 3: Master (YOU ARE HERE)
Groups of Real Racing 3: Elite
Groups of Real Racing 3: Legend
Groups of Real Racing 3: Exclusive Series


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


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.





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