Sardegna Leaderboard: Grind Times for 45 Cars, Strategies, Tunes & FAQ's (post 1.31)

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Thank you Lazi!!!
however, is it better than other gr3 crs for gr3 races since it's so expensive?
No way. The prices of the cars in this game does not correspond in any way to its usefulness in the game. They are priced roughly according to real life value and rarity. The McLaren in question is the 1995 Le Mans overall winner and it has the same livery. A total of 4 McLarens were in the top 5, although it was a class down compared to the prototypes. It's up to you to decide if it's a cool car to own and drive in the game.

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I think I‘m the first person to submit a time using this car (this is the e‐tron VGT, not the Gr.1 version). Race time: 26:09.582; fastest lap: 1:38.481
 
Is there a possibility and tune for the McLaren P1 to win this race or is it just too heavy and needs too much fuel? (if so, is there any good use for that car in the game?)
 
Is there a possibility and tune for the McLaren P1 to win this race or is it just too heavy and needs too much fuel? (if so, is there any good use for that car in the game?)
It can be used to win this race, even on hard difficulty

hmm you can use the P1 GTR to win this but the hybrid only lasts for the first 3 laps and then you're 2-2.5seconds a lap slower, about 10mph slower at the end of the straights

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guys, i have a basic question to ask, i drive 787b to grind sardegna everyday, i tuned 787b to 851PS, so everytime it drops to 850 or below i would know it's time to maintain it (usually change the oil you know for sure), however, it drops to 850PS today but everyting shows in good condition(oil, frame rigidity, engine), it's confusing, odometer shows i have driven this car more than 12000miles, so i suspect is it because this car is way too used or aged, even though it's under good maintanence but its performnance still drops? besides, i also noticed it's getting slower than it used to, i don't know if it's my problem or the car's, anyway, this is my speculation, it never happened before until today, i have no clue what it is exactly.please help me and thank all of you!!!!
 
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guys, i have a basic question to ask, i drive 787b to grind sardegna everyday, i tuned 787b to 851PS, so everytime it drops to 850 or below i would know it's time to maintain it (usually change the oil you know for sure), however, it drops to 850PS today but everyting shows in good condition(oil, frame rigidity, engine), it's confusing, odometer shows i have driven this car more than 12000miles, so i suspect is it because this car is way too used or aged, even though it's under good maintanence but its performnance still drops? besides, i also noticed it's getting slower than it used to, i don't know if it's my problem or the car's, anyway, this is my speculation, it never happened before until today, i have no clue what it is exactly.please help me and thank all of you!!!!
When you finish a race if you exit the replay, click "Retry", go to "Settings" > "Car Settings" > "Detailed Settings" it will reset your vehicle to the exact condition it was in before you started the race. You do not need to make any changes in the "Detailed Settings" simply opening that screen is enough to 'reset' the car. You can then back out and either redo the race or exit the race screen and it will still have 'reset' the car. You don't lose any prizes won during the race. If you do this with a car with 0 miles on the clock and have just completed a 20 mile race when you start the next race the mileage will show as 0 again. You never have to change the oil or engine.
 
When you finish a race if you exit the replay, click "Retry", go to "Settings" > "Car Settings" > "Detailed Settings" it will reset your vehicle to the exact condition it was in before you started the race. You do not need to make any changes in the "Detailed Settings" simply opening that screen is enough to 'reset' the car. You can then back out and either redo the race or exit the race screen and it will still have 'reset' the car. You don't lose any prizes won during the race. If you do this with a car with 0 miles on the clock and have just completed a 20 mile race when you start the next race the mileage will show as 0 again. You never have to change the oil or engine.
but what can i do to bring back the 851ps now? buy a new car?
 
Anyone had this happen -- I just ran a Sardegna grinder and poor Igor Fraga done broke. He spent the race sunday-driving and ended up 5 laps back of the pack. Just a glitch?
 
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Anyone had this happen -- I just ran a Sardegna grinder and poor Igor Fraga done broke. He spent the race sunday-driving and ended up 5 laps back of the pack. Just a glitch?
I haven't seen that in awhile. It's happened to me numerous times.
 
new engine for 787b is not available in the store, it's confusing, probably i need to buy a new one when it shows in store next time....
You don't need new engine from the shop (didn't even know there's shop with engines lol).
In GT Auto is the option of "Engine Overhaul" for 100k cr and the engine is back to its original state.
 
You don't need new engine from the shop (didn't even know there's shop with engines lol).
In GT Auto is the option of "Engine Overhaul" for 100k cr and the engine is back to its original state.
I understood he already tried that when he was refering to changing oil etc.
 
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GT-One Sardinied. Mechanical grip feels low, fast on straights. Front-Right tire goes full red after 7 laps. First stint fuel map 2. Fuel map 1 for the second. Mid rev bar gear changing. It will be really difficult to get this car under 24 mins.

Toyota GT-One (TS020) '99
Race time: 24:07.458
Fastest lap: 1:32.609

@BobDx123 I hope you are doing well and still continue to updating the charts :). You have some catching up to do from this post forward.
 

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New sub 24 car yay! I switched high rpm turbo to mid rpm turbo which made car little faster and more fuel efficient. I was less rusty this time and with a cleaner drive I made the front tires last a couple of laps longer. Should comfortably get under 23:50, because I ran out of fuel in the middle of the finish straight and wasted too much time with the AI in a few places.

Race time: 23:54.825
Best lap: 1:32.196
 

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Done a few of these lately while not having done any in like a year. I am still using the NSX GT500 with RM tires and no other tuning required. Y'all are putting up some better times than me (I am in the 24:XX range) but I can still lap the field (AI set to hard) & this car is just so easy to drive. Some fuel savings required for the first eight laps, pit for tires and full fuel, then basically push laps for the remaining seven.
 
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Hi all! Long time lurker, first post!

Still working on the tune, but hoping to push this Evo III into the 24s soon...

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution III GSR '95
25:06.339
1:34.267

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Not sure if this leaderboard is still updated for road/swap cars, or just for top times. This beat the current record Lan Evo Final '15 swap by 30 seconds...
 
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