Except that it's wrong. Having a good showing against solid racers isn't being "last" and beating a bunch of randoms is barely being "first".
My tip... quoted by Nascar God "If you aint first, you're last!" Remember that fellas.
Triplem, do you have some racing tips please? I'm looking to improve my performance and I'm quite impressed with your w/l ratio. People tell me I need to brake before a hairpin but others tell me braking is for losers. I don't know what to believe plz help.
Braking and handbrake use depend on the car you're using. I find the Zentorno and Osiris much easier to use the hand brake on and drift around corners... or at least slide into a nice place. Probably the best tip it just look at where you wanna be turning or turning into and go for it, but timing is the key too.. practice it, and learn when to do it at what speeds etc. In the Turismo I tend to use both brake and handbrake.
Save a nitro for sharp turns... some races you find a corner is particularly sharp or narrow and you might ram into something... thats the best time to activate a nitro so you don't lose much time or momentum. Sometimes just drifting around a corner you might find the car wants to keep skidding or sliding in a direction, once you hit that nitro it will stop and continue to boost forward. Practice using them wisely. When at top speed and using a nitro, it doesn't do much. So save nitros for cornering etc if you can. (depends on the track)
Practice with all types of cars and races. I've noticed a lot of these so called pros tend to ignore stunt tracks with jumps and loops and look down on them. I think that's because they're sh*t at them and think it's some sort of way of cheat/troll or for kids, but it is something that can be mastered and a nice skill to have under your belt in-case you wind up in a track where someone is setting you up to fail like I have mentioned I do
I picked particular track, and not many know how to finish it. I don't wanna reveal which track it is yet. But you could find certain tracks that with a bit of practice you have the advantage over people. This is of coarse trolling in a way. I do it for the money, as i've said before. I don't claim to be a fantastic driver.... but i'm about 350 wins to 40 losses now. But yes, I am spamming the same tracks over and over again, and walking away with anywhere between $6500-$11,400 a race depending on time and whom i'm up against. Tho with a full lobby (which rarely happens) I have gotten just under $50,000 and that was not including any bets placed. You can take that route if you want, or if you want legit racing tips... I gave you a couple already.... others are the usual.... get ahead of the pack in races with more than 2 other competitors... usually they wanna ram you into walls or blow you up etc... let 2nd and 3rd and what not battle it out while you ignore them and focus on getting way out in front. Practice breaking and handbrakes, sometimes I alternate between them a couple of times for a sharp turn, you'll figure something out.
The quickest way between two points is a straight line. You can ignore the road, but be careful. It can be risky if you don't know the track yet. I dunno... thats all I can think of for now.
Oh, one more tip. If you go 1 on 1... and the other person leaves during the race. f*ck around, go explore, do whatever, then hit the last checkpoint/finish line between the 9:30 to 10:30 mark. It usually gives the maximum money you can get out of the race on your own. You can do the same thing solo, but people tend to leave and thats when you just cruise around not giving a f*ck.