Getting the second showoff skill with a Classic Racer in #Forzathon is giving me a couple of problems. I'll just keep racing and hope it shows up.
Same man. Im grateful for this car even if it's the "only" 2000s rally car. As long as we have dirt paths, mud and weather effects this car fits right in. Im thinking of pitting it against the fiesta rally car i use often since both make less then 500hp stock and to me both are nearly as nimble i just might slap a turbo on the Peugeot and fine tune it.I am enjoying it, it's a fun little car.
Thanks for the T35 tip - it was a great car for the seasonal race as well. I'm too lazy and dumb to upgrade cars by hand so I normally buy setups off the shelf and am following a guy called Dont Giva Deuce who has provided me with several match-winning tunes.If you're really stuck, I can recommend using the Bugatti - the opponents will largely be heavy Bentleys that have to slow down a lot more for the turns, giving you more chance to pass them. Last time this one came up, I did it at the aforementioned Bamburgh race without needing rewinds, in the standard 3 laps.
I have nothing against the Peugeot 207 Super 2000 in its own right, but in the grander scheme of things there’s no coherence between the modern rally cars in this game. As such it doesn’t add a whole lot to the dispersed rally monsters division. Just too fragmented.
On a related note, the Peugeot 207 RC and 206 RC were also leaked. Now those are cars I would really appreciate seeing to further spice up the contested hot hatch rivalries in FH4. Maybe another time.
Having to use Horizon's least satisfying stab at car physics to win it isn't worth it. I shall rather wait to find one in the Ah than endure cross country races in hyper rally cars with no grip.
No thank you.
Why is that 207 so damn loud? I haven't driven it yet, but I was in some Team Adventure races with them, and their exhaust volume is completely off the scale. When you've got one next to you, you can't hear your own car at all.