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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by talhaONE, Aug 31, 2018.
Just a typo. 240k is the race reward with clean race bonus and since it is Gr.X tuning is unlimited
You're right , this can happen with the McLaren F1 , this is why i use the veneno now, it's much more stable.
That's just rude. And now I'm angrier than when I started. PD has really messed this GT up so bad.
Yeah, that's my issue with it, never had an issue before.
I still use the Fishermans Ranch one usually about 200K as I like the track. I use the little Peugeot N200 car (Upgraded to nearly 200) set the traction to 4 so you don't slip and then you beat it on the all the corners against the N1000 (GTR). It does catch up sometimes along the straights but you only need a few corners. Usually I am a good way ahead after 5 laps.
Set to Custom Match, Professional, 5 laps. You will get your daily car as well near enough. It is a bit of a grind (about 10-15 mins) but by lap 2 you will be way ahead and cruise round slowly the last 2-3 laps. If you select Grp b cars they are tough but more money if you think you can do that.
Unless I win a lucky dip I just accept they (20mill cars) are lottery cars and there as a bonus. All other cars are achievable with a few races each day. Tempting as it is I have not brought a car yet!
GT has always used cars in races that you can't. That's not new to GTS.
I thought the list was of cars that were available to race in that particular challenge, not a list of cars that were racing.
Yeah I feel like this isnt anything to get upset about as its sort of quasi multiclass racing. In Forza it happened too - in both ways.
Sometimes you were LMP1, sometimes LMP2.
Its not outlandish to think that you have a race of multimillion dollar vintage cars and then a sub class of say sub $500,000 vintage cars.
Yeah that's what I figured, I just got confused because the grid consists of some N-class cars like the Mustang Mach 1. This method is definitely preferable than the Blue Moon Bay race because you don't have to dodge as much traffic, and it doesn't get old easily because you're driving along a proper circuit that has long flat-out sections.
20 million price tag cars shows so too rarely in the daily reward circle i remember seeing only Jaguar XJ13 and Ferrari 330 P4 a few times from all the 20 milions price cars.
There are 2 lists when you click the information icon, one of permitted cars and those of the AI.
Yep they are rare.When it happens you usually get another car.
PD are just punks to do such a thing. And the rules are there JUST so we don't beat their precious $20M cars in a well-tuned Civic.
I used this guy's method. I quite enjoyed it but I doubt I will be doing it regularly.
I used an Audi TT, downgraded to N200 245hp and Lvl3 weight (this is not needed).
I used 6 laps ie. 7km x 6 = ~42km
I used the std. 200km/h final drive and just used TC1, you can use TC0 since you have so little power.
Standing starts are fine since you're going to lose in a straight line to the N1000 R35 GTR.
Problem is this takes time... ie. 4 min lap x 6 = 24 mins however I do enjoy the driving here. The GTR AI is hopeless. I think final margin was 1'30" and I had him by about 3/4 of the 1st lap!
200k+ not bad but not good value for the time you spent but then I dislike Blue Moon and I have no $20 mil. car!
Also I'm at a point where I have nothing much left to do so I welcome all custom race suggestions. I suppose $200,000 a day and your DWG is about what I expect this point.
There must be something you do that causes the $20mil cars to appear on the wheel. I have had 314 tries at the daily prize wheel and saw one of the super high end cars show up exactly 2 times so far, won neither. I have managed to buy the 330P4, the Jag, the $20 million Ford, and the Muira. 2 more cars to go, all I need is $34 million more!!!
Instead of logging in and out you can just go to top left of screen to race settings and select switch cars and just choose the same car, it will reset the field. Or just drive fast and beat the LaFerarri, only problem is that faggot usually hits you instead of passing cleanly, you actually have to move out of his way.
I still think that Nostalgic La Sarthe race makes most of it... I like playing that event BTW it gives at least some variability to the BMB XBow N300 grind... and it is a 2 lapper only
I just realized yesterday I could partake in the Nostalgic series, though the Jaguar XJ13 (which I once got from the daily rewards cars) doesn't seem to be the fastest 20 million car, even when I tune the power all the way up and weight down, I had a hard time catching up to the Ferrari's at Monza, must say I was insisting myself to drive a clean race, but after a few tries I just gave up. I'd say 30 times slightly bumping other cars and restarting (I take too much risks offline plus AI is stupid at some points), 20 times where I was finally past most cars and catching up to P1 and then I go off track for braking too late, which might have to do with the cones that I usually watch out for, but you have to brake earlier... and I'm mostly used to Gr3/4 cars, anyway I go off track and restart because I want that clean race just so I can be proud of myself for achieving virtual safety!!!
Just completed a 20mil grind at Sarthe over many days.
Am definitely over grinding and need a break, but, I still have the Shelby to chase and I think any other activity I do is potentially wasted on non optimal earning.
Maybe just minimum driving for a few days for me.
This probably isnt going to suit many people but the N200 4wd car vs. N1000 4wd car or Grp B car for about ~200,000 credits for your daily 26 miles 42km on Fisherman's Bend, Sardegna or Colorado Springs.
About 6 laps of Fisherman or 12/13 laps of the other two or you can mix it up ie. 6 laps of each.
A good car is the Audi TT or the Integrale. 245hp and Lvl3 weight reduction. You can go to N300 345hp if you really need to on the faster tracks but its not super necessary.
I find it a tad interesting... its a nice challenge and I enjoy the rally drive model.
I feel the 4wd is the key but you can try the rwd fwd ones if you want.
The opponent is always the R35 GTR and if looks like he has a lot less than 1,000hp but its still more that twice what you have.
So I am getting close to having enough credits to purchase my first $20m vintage race car. What would your first choice be?
The Ferrari or the Jaq as they are the faster of the big spends. Get that money back quicker.
Ok will have another look in game
I think the Ford Mark IV race car is the best if you are going to race it. The Jag is the best driving car with the Ford very close behind, 330P4 is the worst handling and braking of the 3.
330P4 is the fastest with the Ford very close behind. Jag is slowest of the 3. All 3 cars will win the races easily.
I bought a 20M car over the weekend. As per my earlier post in this thread I was about 3 million short. I grinded the Dragon Trail and Maggiore races in the Premium Sports Lounge with an N400 car. Clean race bonus + car disadvantage = 345K credit payout. Bought the 330 P4. Kind of left me with an empty feeling inside to be honest. I have only raced the 330 P4 3 times all on Monza in the Nostalgic 1979 races. First 2 didn't get a clean race bonus but figured it out and got a clean race bonus on the 3rd try. The race takes under 8 minutes and netted 560,000 credits and could have been 720K if I got clean race bonuses the first 2 times in 24 minutes. Haven't done Sarthe or St. Croix yet.
Thanks, my first choice was the Ford, from an historic perspective. I wanted an in game opinion, drivability would be my preference.
I would definately buy the Ford then, especially because I hate cars that dont stop well.
I will tell you that after you buy a 20M car and upgrade the power and reduce weight it costs a lot of mileage points. If you are low on mileage points you have some work to do. I stopped at Level 3 weight reduction and power. They cost way more mileage points than everything else in the game.
Dont automatically buy all of the power upgrades, sometimes at the higher end it is only allowing to reduce power more, not further increase power.
I learned my lesson with the Red Bull X2014 car.
"No life man" speaking (because i earned like 10 million in 1 day)
But lets say you try the blue moon bay event here is what i do
Use the Ford GT40 MARK I in N300 on average a race for me lasts 12 minutes for the sake of this comment lets say this is the case for you as well give an hour of your day just 1 hour and if you are careful enough getting the hole 375.000 per race (with clean bonus included) you end up with 1.875.000 per day do that for 19 days & boom you got both . Im going to assume you started playing GT since/or after GT5 because grind was part of the series since the first game but you know what makes your post pointless? You don't have to buy them in a specific time frame if at all so this is just complaining for the sake of it.
Who are you responding to?
Edit - OP I guess.