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----- PROJECT GOTHAM RACING FAQ -----
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By: Darren Curtis aka Chickenboy

For: XBOX

No. of Players: 4

This FAQ and all of its contents are protected under international law.

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----- CONTENTS -----
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I – Disclaimer

II – Version History

III – Basic Control Settings

IV – Car List

V – Quick Race Mode
      Quick Introduction
      Easy
      Medium
      Hard
      Very Hard

VI – Arcade Mode ------------------------- *COMING NEXT UPDATE!!*
      Quick Introduction
      Easy
      Medium
      Hard
      Very Hard

VII – Kudos Challenge Mode
      Quick Introduction
      Challenge Types
      Levels 1 – 12
      Bonus Level 13

VIII – Medal Pursuit Mode
      Quick Introduction
      Times To Beat

IX – Thanks and Contact Info

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----- I. DISCLAIMER -----
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This FAQ is intended for posting on GameFAQS and GameFAQs alone. If you wish to
post this FAQ on your website please contact me at my e-mail address which can
be found in the contact info at the end of this document.

NOTE: THE KUDOS CHALLENGE MODE SECTION OF THE FAQ IS INTENDED AS A GUIDE TO HELP
YOU TO COMPLETE THE LEVELS, NOT EARN GOLDS.

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----- II. VERSION HISTORY -----
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V1.0 – September 4 2002 – Made a start on the FAQ, included a list of all
vehicles and stats, game modes and various other titbits. Quick Race Mode
completed, and Level 1 completed in Kudos Challenge Mode. Medal Pursuit Mode
also completed.

V1.1 – September 5 2002 – Completed Kudos Challenge level 2 and added some other
Information about prize cars.

V1.2 – September 6 2002 – Kudos Challenge Levels 3 to 5 done. I won’t be
Submitting any more updates until I can complete the majority of the levels in
Kudos Challenge mode.

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----- III. BASIC CONTROL SETTINGS -----
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Left Analogue Stick – Steering (Left/Right)

Right Analogue Stick – Accelerate/Brake (Up/Down)

Directional Pad – Steering (Left/Right)

Left Trigger – Brake/Auto Reverse*

Right Trigger – Accelerate*

Black/White Button – Change Camera Angle

X Button – Gear Down

B Button – Gear Up

Y Button – Look Behind

A Button – Handbrake

* - Pressure sensitive

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----- IV. CAR LIST -----
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Quite an impressive collection of cars here, some good, some not-so-good.

Note: Vehicle stats will be rated out of 10.

LEGEND – FWD – Front Wheel Drive
         RWD – Rear Wheel Drive
         4WD – Four Wheel Drive


MINI COOPER S

Handling – 8
Acceleration – 5
Top Speed – 5
Drivetrain – FWD

TOYOTA MR2 SPYDER

Handling – 7
Acceleration – 4
Top Speed – 5
Drivetrain – RWD

MERCEDES BENZ SLK 230

Handling – 6
Acceleration – 5
Top speed – 5

Drivetrain – RWD

VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE RSi

Handling – 8
Acceleration – 5
Top Speed – 5
Drivetrain – 4WD

AUDI TT ROADSTER

Handling – 8
Acceleration – 5
Top Speed – 6
Drivetrain – 4WD

AUDI TT COUPE

This TT has the exact same stats as the Roadster. As far as I know, the only
difference is the roof.

BMW Z3 ROADSTER 3.0i

Handling – 7
Acceleration – 6
Top Speed – 5
Drivetrain – RWD

MAZDA RX-8

Handling – 8
Acceleration – 6
Top Speed – 6
Drivetrain – RWD

CHEVROLET CAMARO SS

Handling - 4
Acceleration - 6
Top Speed - 7
Drivetrain – RWD

PORSCHE BOXSTER S

Handling - 8
Acceleration - 6
Top Speed - 7
Drivetrain – RWD

OPEL SPEEDSTER

Handling - 7
Acceleration – 6
Top Speed - 6
Drivetrain – RWD

FORD FOCUS COSWORTH

Handling - 8
Acceleration - 7
Top Speed - 6
Drivetrain – 4WD

MITSUBISH LANCER EVOLUTION 7

Handling - 8
Acceleration – 7
Top Speed -6
Drivetrain – 4WD

SUBARU IMPREZA WRX

Handling - 8
Acceleration – 7
Top Speed - 6
Drivetrain – 4WD

PANOZ ESPERANTE

Handling - 6
Acceleration – 7
Top Speed - 7
Drivetrain – RWD

NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R

Handling - 7
Acceleration - 7
Top Speed - 7
Drivetrain – 4WD

LOTUS EXIGE

Handling - 7
Acceleration - 8
Top Speed - 6
Drivetrain – RWD

FERRARI F355 SPIDER

Handling - 7
Acceleration - 8
Top Speed – 9
Drivetrain – RWD

FERRARI 355FI

Again, these two models have exactly the same stats with the only difference
being the roof.

ASTON MARTIN V12 VANQUISH

Handling - 5
Acceleration - 8
Top Speed - 9
Drivetrain – RWD

CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06

Handling – 5
Acceleration - 8
Top Speed - 8
Drivetrain – RWD

DELFINO FEROCE

Handling - 10
Acceleration – 10
Top Speed - 6
Drivetrain – 4WD

FERRARI 360 SPIDER

Handling - 8
Acceleration - 8
Top Speed - 9
Drivetrain – RWD

FERRARI 360 MODENA

Yet another pair of models with the same stats.

TVR TUSCAN SPEED SIX

Handling - 7
Acceleration – 9
Top Speed - 9
Drivetrain – RWD

DODGE VIPER RT-10

Handling - 5
Acceleration - 9
Top Speed - 9
Drivetrain – RWD

PORSCHE 911 GT2

Handling - 9
Acceleration - 9
Top Speed - 10
Drivetrain – RWD

PORSCHE CARRERA GT

Handling - 9
Acceleration - 10
Top Speed - 10
Drivetrain – RWD

FERRARI F50

Handling - 9
Acceleration - 10
Top Speed - 10
Drivetrain – RWD

Just like the Audi TTs and the other 4 models of Ferrari, the F50 and the
Carrera GT have identical stats. But, unlike the cars I mentioned the F50
outperforms the Carerra in every way possible. Better acceleration, superior
handling and it’s also around 15-20 MPH quicker on straights.

Now we have the basics out of the way, we can move on to the different racing
modes PGR has to offer.

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----- V. QUICK RACE MODE -----
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Quick Introduction:

Race through checkpoints against five other cars for a set number of laps. The
only way to progress is to earn at least a Bronze medal in each city at each
skill level. You’ll earn Bronze for finishing Third, Silver for Second and Gold
for First. Your Kudos score is recorded and added to your Total Kudos Score,
but it’ll take pure speed to progress to the next level.*

*taken from PGR manual.

This mode is a simple quick fix of racing on a select few tracks. You also earn
Kudos in this mode with the highest amount earned going onto a high-score list
at the end of the race.

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----- EASY MODE ----
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For the entire Quick Race Mode I recommend you use the Mini Cooper S. All your
opponents will be in equal cars so you don’t have to worry about them ripping
you up in their Vipers etc.

San Francisco – Federal Reserve – 1.3 Miles – 2 laps

Pretty simple track, just watch out for a pile up at the first corner and the
last chicane type set of turns before the start/finish line.

London – Big Ben – 1.5 Miles – 2 laps

Very easy track to win. Basically, it’s a slightly warped oval. You shouldn’t
have any trouble here.

Tokyo – Asakusa Challenge – 1.4 Miles – 2 laps

This track can be a pain at times due to some of the sections being quite
narrow, especially the section just before checkpoint 2. Just avoid the pile up
at corner 1 and you should be fine.

New York – Water & Nassau – 1.4 Miles – 2 laps

Another track that is quite narrow, this time between the first corner and
checkpoint 2. You should be first place by the first corner thanks to the large
straight beforehand.

Congratulations, Easy Mode is complete and you have unlocked Medium Mode.
Get a gold medal on every circuit in Easy Mode to unlock the Audi TT Roadster
And Coupe.

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----- MEDIUM MODE ----
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San Francisco – Russian Hill Challenge – 1.0 Miles – 3 laps

Another easy circuit. The only remotely difficult part is the hairpin and uphill
sections which are located between checkpoints 1 and 2.

London – Admiralty Arch – 1.0 Miles – 3 laps

This is the first track so far that’ll pose any threat due to the amount of
obstacles plonked in the middle of the road. Pay attention to just after turn
2, as there is a traffic island in the middle of the road on exit. Keep to the
right hand side to avoid it.  Look out for the stairs at the end of the
straight after checkpoint 1 and while driving through the Arches.

Tokyo – Shibuya Challenge II – 1.4 Miles – 3 laps

The only difficult thing about this track is knowing where to go. Other than
that, it’s quite easy.

Watch out for the section between checkpoints 1 and 2.

New York – Park Loop Reverse – 1.8 Miles – 3 laps

Just a big oval with a few nasty turns, basically. Namely the roundabout at turn
1, the S-bend at turn 2 and the 90 degree left-hander at turn 3.

Congratulations, Medium Mode is complete and you have unlocked Hard Mode.
Get a gold medal on every circuit to unlock the Chevrolet Camaro SS.

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San Francisco – Historic District Challenge – 1.3 Miles – 4 laps

A nice steady incline, followed by a rather harsh downhill section. All of the
turns here are 90 degrees, but the circuit is nice and wide, so negotiating
them isn’t a problem. Watch out for turn 8 which has a huge tree in the middle
of the road just after the exit.

London – St James Park – 2.1 Miles – 4 laps

Sometimes this track can be pretty tricky, with turns 1, 2 and 3 proving to be
extremely tight on entry.

Beware of the epitath in the middle of the road just before turn 8, but if
you’re feeling lucky you can score a nifty two-wheel bonus off of it.

Tokyo – Eki-Mae Hairpin – 1.8 Miles – 4 laps

As the title suggests, there is a rather nasty hairpin towards the end of the
course. Beware of turn 3 as there is a small bump on entry which may throw your
car off-course, and the section just before checkpoint 2 which is quite narrow.

New York – Whitehall To Wall – 2.3 Miles – 4 laps

I love this track. A good blend of tight turns and flowing straights where you
can pick up some serious speed.

The course gets quite tight from checkpoint 1 onwards with a few narrow bends.
Pay attention to the tunnel entrance and take the left side entrance. Beware
of the tunnel exit as it get EXTREMELY narrow here.

Congratulations, Hard Mode is complete and you have unlocked Very Hard Mode.
Get a gold on every circuit to unlock the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 7.

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San Francisco – The Tour – 1.5 Miles – 5 laps

From the starting line up until the hairpin bend just after the first
checkpoint, this circuit is very narrow. Uphill, then into what is probably the
tightest turn in the game. “The Switchback”, which is just after checkpoint 2
is a 180 degree hairpin turn, which is only the width of one car. Downhill
after that, with only one left turn until the finish.

London – Bridge St – 2.1 Miles – 5 laps

The majority of this track is only a car and a half in width, with only the
roundabouts at the end of each straight with any space to overtake. There
aren’t really any particularly tough turns here, so just try to keep your speed
up on the straights, and take a wide line into the roundies.

Tokyo – Koshu Kaido nishi – 1.8 Miles – 5 laps


Even though it’s set during the day, this track is extremely dark with most of
the bends hard to judge. Be wary of turns 3 and 4 (the hairpin) and take a wide
line into the S combo just before the start/finish line.

New York – East To West 40 th – 2.5 Miles – 4 laps

The last, and longest track in Quick Race mode. Nice and wide up until
checkpoint 1, the only turn you need to worry about is turn 9, which may
surprise you as it’s very tight left at the end of a high-speed straight.

Congratulations! You’ve completed Quick Race Mode!
Get a gold on every circuit to unlock the Ferrari F355 Spider and the 355F1.

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Quick Introduction:

Score a minimum number of Performance Kudos as you manouvre through cone gates
while keeping an eye on the clock. The only way to progress is to earn at least
a Bronze medal in each city at each skill level. Good luck, and don’t forget to
use your handbrake on those tight turns.*

*taken from PGR manual.

Fun. This mode is all about performing fancy moves to earn Kudos. Slides, 360s,
as long as it’s an impressive move, you’ll earn your Kudos.

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Coming in next update

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----- MEDIUM MODE -----
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Coming in next update

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----- HARD MODE -----
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Coming in next update

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Coming in next update

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----- VII. KUDOS CHALLENGE MODE -----
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Quick Introduction:

The Kudos Challenge is the heart of PGR. Test your limits as you race your way
through 12 levels and nine different types of racing challenges. With no
penalties for trying to improve your performance, Kudos Challenge Mode
offers the ultimate pursuit of perfection.*

*taken from PGR manual.


Like it says in the manual, Kudos Challenge is the meat and potatoes of the
game. You complete in various challenges with variying levels of difficulty to
earn Kudos points. All manner of challenges are here waiting to be beaten, I’ll
give you a rundown.

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For any of the nine types of challenges, you can increase the potential number
of Bonus Kudos you can earn by increasing the difficulty level of the challenge
before you start the race. As you progress through Kudos Challenge mode, you’ll
unlock valuable rewards, including cars, Jokers, new tracks, and driver models
as you strive to earn Bronze, Silver, or Gold medals in each challenge.*

*taken from PGR manual.

1. Average Speed

Race against the clock for a specified number of laps while recording your
average speed. The computer will only note down the speed you are going as you
pass the checkpoint, meaning you can do a few extra slides inbetween
checkpoints to boost your Kudos score. Just make sure you are going faster than
the average speed before you cross the checkpoint.

2. Hot Lap

In these types of challenge, all you need to do is beat the time specified to
win. You usually get three laps to do so meaning you can set a good time on
your first lap and concentrate on boosting your Kudos on the remaining two.
Beware though, there is a time limit.

3. Style Challenge

Same as Arcade Mode, you have a set amount of time in which to navigate the cone
gates while pulling off fancy slides etc.

4. One on One

In this challenge, you race against a single opponent. The bigger headstart you
give, the more Bonus Kudos you earn if you win.

5. Overtake Challenge

Here you have to overtake as many opponents as possible in a set amount of
time/laps.

6. Street Race.

A race against 5 opponents over a set amount of laps in which you start dead
last.

7. Timed Run

Your goal here is to complete a set number of laps in a set amount of time.

8. Top speed

With this challenge, you need to record the fastest possible speed within a
Specified time limit.

9. Total Laps

Here you need to determine how many laps of a track you can do within a
specified time limit.

Now you know all about the different types of challenge we can start the Levels
section of this FAQ.

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Challenge 1 – Hot Lap – San Francisco – Warehouse Row – 0.6 Miles – 3 laps

Pretty simple start to Kudos Challenge mode, use the Mini and set the time to
around 28.500 seconds which will bag you a silver.

Challenge 2 – Style Challenge – New York – West 45 th – 0.6 Miles – 2 laps

Set the Kudos to 500, which, with the 100 Kudos bonus will be enough for a
silver medal. I recommend coming back to this chalenge when you have a faster
vehicle.

Challenge 3 – Street Race – Tokyo – Tochou Dori Loop – 1.2 Miles – 2 laps.

Set the finishing postiton to first, use the Mini for an easy win and a gold medal.

Challenge 4 – One on One – London – Duke of York – 0.5 Miles – 3 laps

Your opponent here is the BMW Z3. Give him a headstart of 10 seconds and you’ll
catch him easily with the Mini for a silver medal. Beat him and you’ll unlock
the Z3.

Well done, level 1 is complete.

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Challenge 1 – Hot Lap – Tokyo – Jinnan Loop – 0.7 Miles – 3 laps

If you completed Quick Race Mode before starting this level you should have
The Ferrari F355. Set the time to 29 seconds, which isn’t hard to beat in the
F355.

Challenge 2 – Overtake Challenge – London – Queen Victoria Memorial – 1.15

Very small circuit, but it’s raining heavily. Use the F355 and set the number of
Cars to overtake to 7.

Challenge 3 – Street Race – San Francisco – Beach St – 1.0 Miles – 2 lap

Easy win with the F355. The circuit is very straightforward. No praaaaablem.

Challenge 4 – Street Race – New York – Central Park – 1.1 Miles – 3 laps

Again, this’ll be a breeze with the F355. Turns 1 and 4 are a bit sharp, so
Watch out.

Challenge 5 – One on One – New York – Wall St Tour – 0.6 miles – 3 laps

Your opponent here is the Porsche Boxster S. If you use the F355, you’ll
annihilate him. His 15 second headstart will be enough for you to beat him.

Well done, level 2 complete and the Boxster S is yours.

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Challenge 1 – Hot Lap – The Switchback – 1.0 Miles – 3 laps

Use the F355, set the time to 45 seconds. Be careful of “The Switchback”..

Challenge 2 – Total Laps – Half Block – 0.2 Miles – 1.30

This tiny ovalis quite a pain to negotiate due to the nightime setting.
Set the number of laps to 8 and you’ll pass.

Challenge 3 – Overtake Challenge – Octavia North – 0.5 Miles – 2.00

This oval shaped course starts off with a steep uphill climb, then a very fast
downhill section. Set number of cars at 6 to pass.

Challenge 4 – Street Race – Buchanan St – 1.0 Miles – 2 laps

Easy course, easy win with the F355.

Challenge 5 – Street Race – Ferry Dock – 1.5 Miles – 2 laps

Another easy win, be careful of the S bend beginning at turn 1.

Challenge 6 – One on One – Hyde St – 1.1 Miles – 2 laps

Your opponent here is the Ford Focus Cosworth. Giving him a headstart of 12
seconds should guarantee his defeat with the F355. Be wary of turns 8 and 9
and the hairpin situated just before the start/finish line.

Well done, level 3 complete and the Focus is yours.

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Challenge 1 – Timed Run – Downing St – 0.7 Miles – 4 laps

The rain, coupled with the traffic on this challenge make it quite a challenge.
Using the F355, set the time to 2.05 to pass.

Challenge 2  - Hot Lap Average – Waterloo Station – 0.4 Miles – 5 laps

This track is a figure 8 shape (no crossover) with the first section being
A lot tighter than the second. Use the F355, set the average time to 21 seconds.

Challenge 3 – Style Challenge –

Regent St – 1.0 Miles – 2 laps

Use the F355, combo off of the first gate into the first bend, fishtail all
The way down the straight keeping the combo going. Set the total to 900 to pass.

Challenge 4 – Top Speed – Westminister Bridge – 1.1 Miles – 1.30

Use the straight starting just after the first checkpoint to gain a speed
Of around 135mph using the F355. Don’t worry about slowing down for the left
Turn, just smash into the barriers.

Challenge 5 – Street Race – Charing Cross – 0.9 Miles – 3 laps

Easy win on this night-time track. Watch out for turn 1.

Challenge 6 – Street Race – Horse Guards – 1.0 Miles – 4 laps

Another easy win. Watch out for the gravel section just before checkpoint 1.

Challenge 7 – Street Race – Thames Challenge – 1.7 Miles – 3 laps

This course is a little trickier thanks to the 4 main roundabout turns.
Just make sure you slow down in time for them and you’ll be ok.

Well done, level 4 is complete.

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Challenge 1 – Hot Lap – Nishi-Guchi Mae – 0.9 Miles – 3 laps

At night, the only difficult part of this track is the section between
checkpoints 1 and 2. Beware of the hairpin just before 2. Set the time to
40 seconds using the F355.

Challenge 2 – Hot Lap Average – Meiji Dori Loop – 0.8 Miles – 4 laps

Easy track, the only worry is that it’s raining. Also, watch out for turns
1, 2 and 3. Set the average time to 34 seconds.

Challenge 3 – Overtake Challenge – Shibuya Eki Loop – 0.5 Miles – 2.00

As soon as you start this race, turn right and keep right. There’s a shortcut
through the middle of the circuit allowing you to cut 5 seconds off your
Laptime, meaning more cars overtaken. With the F355, I managed to overtake
11 cars, so set your target to 11.

Challenge 4 – Style Challenge – Houzou Mon-Mae – 0.9 Miles – 2 laps

Not too difficult, set your target at 850. This track is narrow in a few
Sections, making it hard to fishtail. Immediately after the second checkpoint
Keep right, as there is a hidden section with a few cone gates.

Challenge 5 – Street Race – Higashi Dori Loop – 0.9 Miles – 4 laps

Easy win here. Watch out for turns 1 and 5.

Challenge 6 – Street Race – Sumida-Gawa Loop – 1.2 Miles – 3 laps

Another easy win, be careful of turn 1 and the sections after checkpoint 1
as it’s extremely narrow and checkpoint 2.

Challenge 7 – Street Race – Koen-Dori Mae – 1.1 Miles – 3 laps

Every single turn on this course is tight, so beware. Other than that, it’s
a simple win.

Challenge 8 – One on One – Taito-Ku Challenge – 0.8 Miles – 4 laps

Your opponent here is the Nissan Skyline GT-R. Again, almost every turn here
Is tight, so take your time and don’t rush into every bend. Giving him a
Headstart of 14 seconds is generous enough for you to still beat him.

Well done, level 5 complete and the Skyline is yours.

*Levels 6 – 12 coming soon*

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Quick Introduction:

Unlocked after a set amount of hours played (5), This mode allows you to
complete against the clock for the chance to unlock special racing skins for
your car.

There are three times to beat, a Bronze time, a Silver time and a Gold time. For
instance, if you manage to beat the Silver time for your chosen car, you’ll
unlock a reflective silver paint job.

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Mini Cooper S – Tokyo - Eki-Mae Hairpin – GOLD – 1.17.505
                                          SILVER – 1.19.830
                                          BRONZE – 1.22.930

Toyota MR2 Spyder – London - The Mall East – GOLD – 1.01.042
                                             SILVER – 1.02.873
                                             BRONZE – 1.05.314

Mercedes Benz SLK 230 – London – Regent St – GOLD – 47.835
                                             SILVER -
                                             BRONZE – 51.183


Volkswagen Beetle RSi – San Francisco – Embarcadero East III – GOLD – 18.852
                                                               SILVER – 19.417
                                                               BRONZE – 20.171

Audi TT Roadster – Tokyo – Shobosho Kita – GOLD – 36.717
                                           SILVER – 37.818
                                           BRONZE – 39.287

Audi TT Coupe – London – Nelson’s Column – GOLD – 24.000
                                           SILVER – 24.719
                                           BRONZE – 25.680

BMW Z3 Roadster 3.01 – London – Westminister Challenge II – GOLD – 1.12.041
                                                            SILVER – 1.14.202
                                                            BRONZE – 1.17.083

Mazda RX-8 – Tokyo – Nakamise-Dori Long – GOLD – 28.627
                                          SILVER – 29.485
                                          BRONZE – 30.630

Chevrolet Camaro SS – London – North Park – GOLD – 28.419
                                            SILVER – 29.271
                                            BRONZE – 30.408

Porsche Boxster S – Tokyo – Ura-Michi Hairpin – GOLD – 26.249
                                                SILVER – 27.036
                                                BRONZE – 28.086

Opel Speedster – New York – Grand Central – GOLD – 46.036
                                            SILVER – 47.417
                                            BRONZE – 49.258

Ford Focus Cosworth – New York – Central Park Pretzel II – GOLD – 1.30.000
                                                           SILVER – 1.32.699
                                                           BRONZE – 1.36.300

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 7 – New York – Pershing Square Loop – GOLD – 26.964
                                                                  SILVER – 27.77
                                                                  BRONZE – 28.85

Subaru Impreza WRX – Tokyo – Chuo-Dori Higashi – GOLD – 29.650
                                                 SILVER – 30.539
                                                 BRONZE – 31.725

Panoz Esperante – London – St Martins North – GOLD – 14.237
                                              SILVER – 14.664
                                              BRONZE – 15.223

Nissan Skyline GT-R – New York – Maiden Lane – GOLD – 1.11.000
                                               SILVER – 1.13.129
                                               BRONZE – 1.15.970

Lotus Exige – New York – The Rink – GOLD – 1.27.867
                                    SILVER – 1.30.503
                                    BRONZE – 1.34.017

Ferrari F355 Spider – Tokyo - Eki-Mae Hairpin – GOLD – 1.11.828
                                                SILVER – 1.13.982
                                                BRONZE – 1.16.855

Ferrari 355FI – New York – Central Library Loop – GOLD – 33.586
                                                  SILVER – 34.593
                                                  BRONZE – 35.937

Aston Martin V12 Vanquish – Tokyo – Shibuya Eki Loop – GOLD – 19.663
                                                       SILVER – 20.252
                                                       BRONZE – 21.039

Chevrolet Corvette Z06 – San Francisco – Embarcadero North – GOLD – 1.07.307
                                                             SILVER – 1.09.326
                                                             BRONZE – 1.12.018

Delfino Feroce – San Francisco – Octavia North – GOLD – 23.411
                                                 SILVER – 24.113
                                                 BRONZE – 25.049

Ferrari 360 Spider – San Francisco – Washington St – GOLD – 1.00.214
                                                     SILVER – 1.02.020
                                                     BRONZE – 1.04.428

Ferarri 360 Modena – Tokyo – Ohme Kaido Nishi II – GOLD – 1.14.207
                                                   SILVER – 1.16.433
                                                   BRONZE – 1.19.401

TVR Tuscan Speed Six – New York – Liberty Long – GOLD – 1.24.071
                                                 SILVER – 1.26.593
                                                 BRONZE – 1.29.955

Dodge Viper RT-10 – San Francisco – The Box – GOLD – 30.570
                                              SILVER – 31.487
                                              BRONZE – 32.709

Porsche 911 GT2 – New York – 7 th Avenue – GOLD – 1.41.407
                                           SILVER – 1.44.448
                                           BRONZE – 1.48.505

Porsche Carrera GT – New York – FDR Drive Loop – GOLD – 46.472
                                                 SILVER – 47.866
                                                 BRONZE – 49.725

Ferrari F50 – London – Westminister Challenge – GOLD – 56.678
                                                SILVER – 58.378
                                                BRONZE – 1.00.645

That’s all of ‘em. Good luck beating those times.

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----- IX. THANKS AND CONTACT INFO -----
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If you have any questions, or are interested in contributing to this FAQ drop me
a line at chicken@dcurtis42.freeserve.co.uk.  Please mention PGR in the subject
line. If you do contribute, you’ll recieve full credit.

Special Thanks:

CJayC for putting this FAQ up.

LITTLEGUIDO for helping me with a few aspects of this FAQ.

Partha Mandal for his very kind e-mail.

The members of the Project Gotham Racing message board at GameFAQS for various
hints etc..

You, for reading this.

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