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Forza Motorsport 2
By Matt 'nofxgamer' Biro - Xbox Live Gamertag: MattTheCommie
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Table of Contents
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Version History................................................FM2-01
Intro..........................................................FM2-02
Overview of FM2................................................FM2-03
Controls.......................................................FM2-04
Tips...........................................................FM2-05
Arcade Mode....................................................FM2-06
	Exhibition...................................................FM2-06-01
	Time Trials..................................................FM2-06-02
Career Mode....................................................FM2-07
	Starting Your Career.........................................FM2-07-01
	Proving Grounds..............................................FM2-07-02
	Amateur Cup Races............................................FM2-07-03
	Manufacturer Club Races......................................FM2-07-04
	Semi-Pro.....................................................FM2-07-05
	Rivalry Face-offs............................................FM2-07-06
	Regional Championships.......................................FM2-07-07
	Factory-Spec Races...........................................FM2-07-08
	Professional Series..........................................FM2-07-09
	Endurance Races..............................................FM2-07-10
Cars...........................................................FM2-08
	Asia.........................................................FM2-08-01
	Europe.......................................................FM2-08-02
	North America................................................FM2-08-03
Level Rewards..................................................FM2-09
	Driver Level Rewards.........................................FM2-09-01
	Car Level Rewards............................................FM2-09-02
FAQ............................................................FM2-10
Contact Info...................................................FM2-11



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Version History								 FM2-01
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Version 0.3.....Started the guide, got as much as I could get done, just sort
                of wanted to get it up. Will try to work as hastily as possible
                but I am doing this as I go. Got as much of career as I could
                get done. Don't worry I will also add the course listing with
                specific tips for each one as well as more information. There
                is a lot of missing or incomplete information, I know, it is
                missing for a purpose, it will be all filled in within a few
		days.

Version 0.5.....Update! Yay! Completed the car list, the Exhibition section
                added more events that I have completed. I'm working on doing
                track information, with details on shortcuts, how to hit each
                turn and such. I have a lot of the level rewards done, but not
                in here yet. I'm sorry for it not being done yet, but I'm
                waking up early and going to sleep early and trying to get as
                much done, but I work and have other hobbies. I do appreciate
                the comments and compliments! I will also add a tuning section
                thanks to AMDZFan.

Version 0.75....Been awhile, thought I would throw up what I have gotten done,
                most everything is near completion, should be done within a
                week or two fully, including track details, tuning and
                whatever else. Enjoy.





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Intro									 FM2-02
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Just a quick introduction. Name is Matt, I love to write walkthroughs and have
recently been doing it more often. I'm big into racing and love to work on cars
so naturally a racing game is something I am quite fond of. I decided to do a
walkthrough for this game since I like it a lot.

Really great game. As for this walkthrough, since there are many different cars
that you can use for each event, but I will give as much information, tips and
insight on what car I used as well as anything else that can help.

Also, I will let you know what my set up is. I have no driving line aid on at
all, difficulty at Hard, shifting on manual and damage on simulation. I get a
30% bonus for difficulty, the max being 50% but 30% is fine with me and it
makes racing a bit easier. Use whatever you would like, the information
throughout the walkthrough is based on my stats so it possibly may be easier or
harder for you.

If there are any concerns, questions, comments...etc feel free to email or
message me. Contact information at the end of this guide.



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Overview of Forza Motorsport 2						 FM2-03
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Being a huge fan of racing games and racing in general of course I would like
this game. It came as a bit of a suprise though, since I never played the first
Forza game. I like the controls, I like playing with a steering wheel, but I am
not too fond of shelling out $150 for it, but the controls make it easy to
accelerate while shifting, which Gran Turismo never did correctly.

On top of that, the graphics are top notch, the gameplay is top notch as well.
I like the damage that you can inflict on your car and engine/components. It
makes me, and I'm sure others, drive more fairly and safely since you don't
want credits deducted as well to not mess up your engine mid-race.

The only issue I really have with it is they have no in game music, yeah I know
I can set my Xbox up to stream, but I liked that about Gran Turismo, they had
tracks that you really didn't hear outside of Gran Turismo and it was cool to
have them in there.

Overall I really like the game, I highly recommend it and can't wait to get
into the online play, but I'm busy working on this guide and Career/Arcade.

If I was to rate it I'd definitely give it a 10/10.



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Controls							 	 FM2-04
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Standard controls are as follows:

A - E-brake
X - Gear Down
Y - Look Back
B - Gear Up
RT - Accelerate
RB - Change camera
LT - Brake
LB - Damage/Heat HUD
Left Stick - Steering
Right Stick - Free look
D-Pad - Up/Down turns Telemetry on

Telemetry provides real time stats, like PSI of boost, how hot each wheel is,
how many G's you are pulling...etc.



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Tips								 	 FM2-05
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The easiest way to earn credits is to find a good paying race, preferably easy
as well, one where you can lap or nearly lap the opponents on hard. Then turn
off all driving aids and just take it a bit slower and win the race. If the
base pay is $10,000 credits, you will get that, plus a bonus $5,000 if you have
all the driving aids off and the difficulty on hard. Plus any rarity bonus for
your car.

If there is a particular company you like more then others, try to level
several of that brands car. Each brand has their own discounts and if you level
several of that companies cars the discounts stack.

When driving, if you fall behind, try to draft to get ahead of opponents. To
draft, stay directly behind the car in front of you, it will give you a slight
boost in speed because of the aerodynamic benefits of it. This can help propel
you ahead of them and can be useful if you fall behind on your last lap.

To get the most out of your car, tune it to the specific races you will use it
for. For example, for shorter races you may want to increase your gearing for
acceleration compared to speed and vice versa. There are a lot more benefits
you can get by individually tuning your cars, it does take a lot of trial and
error to get the perfect setup.

Though sometimes they may look cheesey or downright dumb, body kits and wings
can increase your car's stats as well as give you the benefits of a better
aerodynamic car.

As stated in the loading menus, when coming out of a turn, carefully ease on
the accelerator, putting too much acceleration in will cause the car to
slightly lose control, which will slow you down more than it will help you and
in some cases can cause you to head off track depending on the turn. Same goes
for when coming into a turn, if you are trying to put too much acceleration in
a turn, it can worsen the turn causing you to lose a lot of speed and
stability.

Though this should be known, when going into a tight turn where you need to
slow down a lot, for example going from 5th gear to 2nd or 1st, carefully ease
on the brake and then fully apply. If you slam on it, or for the matter the
button, your brakes will lock up, causing you to lose control of the car and
can ultimately cause you to go off course.

Lastly, a good idea early on, is when you encounter a longer, or more
sophisticated track is to use the braking lines and maybe just do a quick run
through. You can learn the turns, what speed youshould enter them at...etc
then youcan turn off the braking line and get the 10% bonus while knowing the
track well.



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Arcade Mode 								 FM2-06
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Arcade mode provides three options. Exhibition, which has a total of 15 races.
Every race is locked except the first one, so you have to work your way up.
Each win unlocks a few new cars that are locked in free play.

The second option is Time Trial, which is exactly how it sounds, to set the
best time on a specific course with a specific car. Each car is usually a high
end car. Once the time trial is beat, you unlock the car you were using.

Lastly there is Free Play, which allows for you to play any specific course
with any car you have unlocked. This can be used for practice as well as just
to have some fun.



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Arcade Mode: Exhibition						      FM2-06-01
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To reiterate, I cannot tell you how to choose your car here, or what to do on
each track, but I will provide information about each race and about exhibition
in general to help you complete this.

Exhibition is similar to Career mode racing, minus a few things. Firstly you
are able to choose any car class and car. This means from D to R1, as long as
it is unlocked. Though you can choose from the R cars, I mainly stuck with my
Career mode D-400 Sprinter Trueno since it was quick and ensured me a win,
though for some races I did use a better car.


The main cars I used were:

2004 Toyota #35 Yellow Hat YMS Supra - R3
1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex - D-245 (Upgraded to D-400 and tuned in
                                             Career mode)
1998 Ferrari #12 Risi Competizione F333 SP - R1

I used some others, but nothing really notable.


Whichever you choose, you are paired with opponents of the same class, so you
never really have an advantage overall, but you can choose a car that performs
better on several levels that is in the top of its class and it will be paired
with the same class cars and pretty much give you the upper hand. On top of
this, there is no damage (engine or body) at all in exhibition, so if you want
you can slam into opponents, or if you are unlucky and hit a wall or something
mid-race, no worries.

Lastly you choose the settings you prefer, it allows you to choose the three
driving aids, braking/acceleration line, and manual or automatic settings. Now
normally I drive without the assist line with manual and with STM off, but here
I did it more for comfort and had it automatic, braking line, and all aids on.
Choose what you would like, no bonuses or losses for choosing more or less
aids.

Last thing, when you win a race, there are three winning positions. First,
which awards you a Gold medal and all 3 cars for that race, second, which
awards you a Silver medal and the Silver/Bronze car, and third, which awards
you the Bronze medal and only the Bronze car. If you complete all the races
and get gold on all of them you will complete all three achievements (All Gold,
All Silver, All Bronze).


There are a total of 15 races in exhibition mode, each is locked except the
first one. To unlock each one you must beat the unlocked one and it will allow
you to continue to the next race.

Now onto the race information.



Race 1: Nissan Speedway
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Laps: 2 Laps
Length: 2.44 mi

Gold: 	2003 #12 CALSONIC SKYLINE - R3
Silver: 2003 #3 HASEMISPORT ENDLESS Z - R4
Bronze: 2002 Tommy Kaira Skyline GT-R R34 - B-665


Race 2:Tsukuba Circuit
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Laps: 3 Laps
Length: 1.29 mi

Gold: 	2005 #18 TAKATA DOME NSX - R3
Silver: 2003 #77 CUSCO SUBARU ADVAN IMPREZA - R4
Bronze: 1995 Tom's T020 MR2 - C-541


Race 3: Silverstone National Circuit
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Laps: 3 Laps
Length: 1.63 mi

Gold:	2003 #88 Veloqx / Prodrive Racing 550 Maranello - R2
Silver:	2002 #1 Champion S4 Competition - R4
Bronze: 2003 APR Performance Celica GTS - C-525


Race 4: New York Circuit
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Laps: 3 Laps
Length: 1.81 mi

Gold:	2005 #35 Risi Competizione MC I 2 - R2
Silver:	2003 #22 3R-Racing 911 GT3 Cup - R4
Bronze:	1992 Do-Luck Supra - B-644


Race 5: Sebring International Raceway Club
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Laps: 3 Laps
Length: 1.70 mi

Gold:	2004 #3 Corvette Racing C5.R - R2
Silver:	2004 #16 Team Cadillac CTS-V - R4
Bronze:	2003 Mugen S2000 - B-554


Race 6: Suzuka Circuit West
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Laps: 3 Laps
Length: 2.15 mi

Gold:	1998 #32 Nissan R390 GT 1 - R2
Silver:	2006 #81 Synergy Racing 911 GT3 Cup - R4
Bronze	1999 Mine's CP9A Lancer EVO VI - A-727


Race 7: Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
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Laps: 3 Laps
Length: 2.23 mi

Gold:	2002 #11 Graham Nash Motorsport S7R - R2
Silver:	2004 #22 3R-Racing Viper Competition Coupe - R4
Bronze:	1995 AB Flug RX-7 - B-613


Race 8: Road Atlanta
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Laps: 4 Laps
Length: 2.54 mi

Gold:	2003 #17 Carsport America Zonda GR - R2
Silver:	2003 #1 Champion RS 6 - R4
Bronze: 1994 Do-Luck NSX - B-604


Race 9: Sunset Peninsula Infield
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Laps: 4 Laps
Length: 2.78 mi

Gold:	1997 #43 Team BMW Motorsport McLaren F1 GTR - R2
Silver:	2003 #73 3R-Racing Corvette Z06 - R4
Bronze:	2002 Tom's Z382 Soarer - B-582


Race 10: Maple Valley Raceway
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Laps: 4 Laps
Length: 3.00 mi

Gold:	2004 #88 Audi Sport UK Team Veloqx R8 - R1
Silver:	2006 #81 Team LNT Panoz Esperante GTLM - R3
Bronze:	2002 Lingenfelter 427 Corvette - S-911


Race 11: Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit
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Laps: 5 Laps
Length: 3.19 mi

Gold:	2001 #4 Johansson Motorsport R8 - R1
Silver:	2002 #1 Team Zakspeed Viper GTS-R - R3
Bronze:	2003 Sparco Lancer Evolution VIII - A-797


Race 12: Mugello Autodromo Internazionale
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Laps: 5 Laps
Length: 3.26 mi

Gold:	2003 #11 JML Team Panoz LMP-01 - R1
Silver:	2004 #8 Audi ABT TT-R - R3
Bronze:	1993 MINE'S R32 Skyline GT-R - S-883


Race 13: Suzuka Circuit
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Laps: 6 Laps
Length: 3.61 mi

Gold:	2002 Cadillac #6 Team Cadillac Northstar LMP-02 - R1
Silver:	2006 #25 ECLIPSE ADVAN SUPRA - R3
Bronze:	1995 RE-Amemiya RX-7 - A-846


Race 14: Sebring International Raceway
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Laps: 6 Laps
Length: 3.70 mi

Gold:	1999 #15 BMW Motorsport V12 LMR - R1
Silver: 2004 #23 Alex Job Racing 911 GT3-RSR - R3
Bronze:	2000 Hennessey Viper 800TT - S-953


Race 15: Nürburgring
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Laps: 2 Laps
Length: 12.90 mi

Gold:	1993 Peugeot Talbot Sport 905 EVO 1 C - R1
Silver:	2003 #5 OPC TEAM PHOENIX Astra V8 - R3
Bronze:	1998 VeilSide Supra Fortune 99 - S-916



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Arcade Mode: Time Trial						      FM2-06-02
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As expected, this is all about getting the fastest lap. It has a total of 25
races. The times aren't too hard to beat, though sometimes you may need to do
a second lap to beat the time, or if you don't make it the first time, you will
almost likely get it the second time around, due to you starting at a much
higher speed then you did before. Each race will unlock one car, the car that
was used for that race, most being either S class or R class.

Though most are easy, Nürburgring can be a pain. If you are unfamiliar with
this course, you will either love or hate it. It is a long course, even for a
fast car the laps can be nearly 7 or 8 minutes in time per lap. The request
for this one is hard to do, at least for me. The main issue is the length of
the the track, the number of turns and sharp turns that you can easily mess up
on. I've had several times where I'm running perfectly up for about 5-6 minutes
then near one of the last turns I try to speed up a bit to make sure I beat the
target time, then I make an error and head of course causing me penalty time.
I finally beat it after about a half hours work, I had to do it on my second
lap, but I did clear it by about 15 seconds...though the top score on LIVE
scares me. Low 6 minutes, which is amazing.



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Career Mode				                                 FM2-07
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In career mode you build your way up from the lowest of the low to the top end
model cars and prototypes. You get to choose your region of choice, North
America, Asia, or Europe and build up from there.

There are several different types of races, everything from endurance races
which are long multiple lap races to specific races, like factory spec races
which pit you against the computer, all running the same car and specs.

Also, there is a driver and car level thing incorporated. The driver level
unlocks certain bonuses, like new cars from certain dealers, discounts from
your region's cars, and many other things, while car levels provide specifc
discounts on items, like clutches, transmissions...etc for that and a few other
dealers, these bonuses stack so several of the same companies car leveled up
will provide greater discounts.



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Career Mode: Starting Your Career				      FM2-07-01
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Ah, finally starting Career mode...but where to start?

You get to choose from Europe, North America, or Asia as your region, once you
choose your region you have a little over $10,000 Credits to spend on your
first car. In all honesty, you can choose how you would like, it is more about
your opinion on what region you want to start in.

The key thing to remember though, when you choose your region, those are the
level bonuses they will go towards, so when you go up a driver level, it will
give you discounts on cars, but only on that regions cars. So if you are fan
of European cars, may be a good start in Europe...etc.

I chose Asia, mainly because it has MY car.

My starting car was the Honda CR-X SiR, which I felt was a good buy. From the
start of the game to about 30% completion I was able to go through without
having to buy any new cars, I was able to use my main car, the CR-X to win
several events, which gave me other cars that fell into the other categories
which allowed to continue completing...etc.

Again, the choice is yours, but choose wisely, only way to change your region
afterwards is to pay $100,000 credits.



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Career Mode: Proving Grounds					      FM2-07-02
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Here we have the basic racing events, 10 events in total, all pretty simple and
short. Not to bad to start your career on, get a few cars and a decent amount
of credits.

Proving Grounds completion awards $27,000 credits


Event 1: North American Open
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Requirements: Car must be from North America.

Total Races: 3

For this one I used an VIS Acura Integra Type R that I won, without any
additional modifications, won it easily. Nothing too hard here either.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - Copperhead - 2 Laps

Track 2 - Test Track Infield - Boomslang - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - Russell's Viper Reverse - 2 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Cobalt SS - D-374
2 - Eagle Talon - D-354
3 - Acura RSX - D-343
4 - Lexus IS300 - D-328
5 - Pontiac Solstice - D-313
6 - For Focus SVT - D-263
7 - Scion tC - D-228


Base payout of $1,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $1,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 1969 Camaro Z28 - D383



Event 2: Asian Open
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Requirements: Car must be from Asia.

Total Races: 3

For this one, again pretty simple, I used my starting car the Honda CR-X SiR.
Nothing fancy here, easy tracks, small amount of laps.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - Copperhead - 2 Laps

Track 2 - Test Track Infield - Boomslang - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - Russell's Viper Reverse - 2 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Supra 2.0 GT - D-354
2 - Toyota MR-S - D-323
3 - RX-7 Savanna D-316
4 - Silvia S14 - D-303
5 - Honda CR-X - D-287
6 - Hyundai Tuscani - D-217
7 - Honda Civic VTi - D-211


Base payout of $1,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $1,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex - D-245



Event 3: European Open
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Requirements: Car must be from Europe.

Total Races: 3

Once again, the basic event, I used a Renault Sport Clio V6 RS, no upgrades
needed. All the basic tracks again.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - Copperhead - 2 Laps

Track 2 - Test Track Infield - Boomslang - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - Russell's Viper Reverse - 2 Laps


Opponents:

1 - VW Golf GTi Mk5 - D-369
2 - Audi TT Coupe - D-364
3 - VW Corrado - D-295
4 - 9-3 Aero - D-263
5 - Peugeot 207 RC - D-248
6 - MINI Cooper S - D-248
7 - VW Golf GTi Mk2 - D-204


Base payout of $1,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $1,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 1970 Porsche 914/6 - D-196



Event 4: FWD Shootout
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Requirements: Driver Level 1, Car must be FWD.

Total Races: 3

Pretty simple, just need to have a FWD car, which there are many of. Again, all
simple Test Tracks. Used my CR-X here again, souped up this time so it was even
easier.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - Death Adder Reverse - 3 Laps

Track 2 - Test Track Infield - Copperhead Reverse - 2 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - Diamondback Reverse - 2 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Integra R - D-381
2 - Cobalt SS - D-374
3 - VW Golf GTi Mk5 - D-369
4 - Ford Focus SVT - D-263
5 - MINI Cooper S - D-248
6 - Honda Civic Si - D-229
7 - Scion tC - D-228


Base payout of $1,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $1,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2001 Mazda Mazdaspeed Roadster - D-296



Event 5: AWD Shootout
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Requirements: Driver Level 1, Car must be AWD.

Total Races: 3

Pretty simple again, somewhat easier with a stock AWD car. I used my Mitsubishi
Lancer Evolution VIII MR that I won from another event.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - Death Adder Reverse - 3 Laps

Track 2 - Test Track Infield - Copperhead Reverse - 2 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - Diamondback Reverse - 3 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Audi S4 - C-417
2 - Audi TT Coupe - D-364
3 - Audi TT Coupe - D-364
4 - Eagle Talon - D-354
5 - Eagle Talon - D-354
6 - VW Bora - D-334
7 - Eclipse GSX - D-333


Base payout of $1,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $1,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2004 Honda Wings West Civic Si - D-384



Event 6: RWD Shootout
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Requirements: Driver Level 1, Car must be RWD

Total Races: 3

Simple event once again, just choose your pick of RWD cars. I chose the
Sprinter Trueno I won from the first event I played.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - Death Adder Reverse - 3 Laps

Track 2 - Test Track Infield - Copperhead Reverse - 2 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - Diamondback Reverse - 2 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Silvia S13 - D-381
2 - Toyota Altezza - D-368
3 - Supra 2.0 GT - D-354
4 - Lexus IS300 - D-328
5 - Toyota MR-S - D-323
6 - Pontiac Solstice - D-313
7 - Silvia S14 - D-303


Base payout of $1,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $1,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 1992 Lancia Delta Integrale EVO - C-460



Event 7: Hot Hatch Runoff
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Requirements: Driver Level 3, Car's body style must be Hatch.

Total Races: 3

Once again pretty basic event, tracks get a bit more tricky and the opponents
are a bit better too. Not all that hard, but a step up from the previous
events. I used my CR-X here again.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - Death Adder Reverse - 3 Laps

Track 2 - Test Track Infield - Inland Taipan - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - Malayan Krait - 2 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Renault Clio - C-439
2 - Leon Cupra R - C-425
3 - Vauxhall Astra - D-398 
4 - Honda Civic R - D-388
5 - VW Golf GTi MK5 - D-369
6 - Peugeot 206 RC - D-304
7 - Ford Focus SVT - D-263


Base payout of $2,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $3,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Renault Sport Clio V6 RS - C-439



Event 8: Mid-Engine Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 5, Car must be a Mid-engine car.

Total Races: 3

Pretty simple, a bit harder since a lot of Mid-engine cars are higher end.
Still not that hard. I used an NSX I had won.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - Inland Taipan Reverse - 3 Laps

Track 2 - Test Track Infield - Diamondback Reverse - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - Malayan Krait Reverse - 2 laps


Opponents:

1 - Vauxhall VX220 - B-564
2 - Opel Speedster - B-559
3 - Elise 111S - C-540
4 - Elise 135R - C-540
5 - Toyota MR2 GT - C-448
6 - Toyota MR-S - D-323
7 - Toyota MR-S - D-323


Base payout of $3,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $4,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 1995 Toyota Border MR2 Turbo T-bar - C-497



Event 9: Flyweight Invitational
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Requirements: Driver Level 7, Car must weigh less than 2,055 lbs.

Total Races: 3

Pretty simple again, I used my CR-X here, it is a light car and with a lot of
parts it made easy work here, but be aware, all the cars here are B or C class.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - Diamondback Reverse - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Test Track Infield - Malayan Krait - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - Black Mamba - 3 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Lotus Exige - B-571
2 - Lotus Exige - B-571
3 - Vauxhall VX220 - B-564
4 - Vauxhall VX220 - B-564
5 - Elise 111S - C-540
6 - Elise 111S - C-540
7 - Elise 135R - C-491


Base payout of $3,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $4,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 1994 Honda Do-Luck NSX - B-604



Event 10: Heavyweight Open
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Requirments: Driver Level 10, Car must weight more than 3,849 lbs.

Total Races: 3

Not a very hard event, the only issue is finding a car to use for it. There are
only several cars that come over the weight limit that you can get. I just
waited and got a 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti. The tracks are all pretty simple
still, the opponents are a bit harder, but it is still fairly easy with a good
built car.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - Inland Taipan Reverse - 5 Laps

Track 2 - Test Track Infield - Diamondback Reverse - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - Malayan Krait Reverse - 3 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Ferrari 612 - A-739
2 - V12 Vanquish - B-685
3 - Audi RS 6 - B-613
4 - Continental GT - B-574
5 - Dodge Charger - B-552
6 - Cadillac CTS-V - C-549
7 - Mercedes CLK55 - C-529


Base payout of $4,000 for first place
Tournament win awards $6,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2007 Shelby GT500 - B-642



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Career Mode: Amateur Cup Races					      FM2-07-03
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A step up to the lower league. Here we have more specific races, like only V12,
or that the car must be boosted or normally aspirated. These races all use the
real tracks and not the test tracks like the Proving Grounds. The tracks are
decent, not too long or short, the opponents are the same, not hard, but not
too easy.

Amateur Cup Races completion awards $146,500 credits



Event 1: Inline 4 Showcase
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Requirements: Driver Level 3, Car engine must be 4-cylinder and Inline.

Total Races: 3

Pretty easy race, used my CR-X here again, nothing too hard, finally some real
tracks though. Tracks and opponents are pretty basic.


Track 1 - Tsukuba Circuit Short - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Maple Valley Raceway Short - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Silverstone National Circuit - 3 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Dodge SRT4 - C-441
2 - Toyota Celica - D-390
3 - Honda Civic R - D-388
4 - Cobalt SS - D-374
5 - Acura Integra R - D-361
6 - Peugeot 206 RC - D-304
7 - Silvia S14 - D-303


Base payout of $2,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $3,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2000 Acura VIS Racing Integra Type-R - C-507



Event 2: Boosted Shootout
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Requirements: Driver Level 3, Car must be Turbocharged or Supercharged.

Total Races: 3

Pretty easy for a quick Turbo or SC car. I used my CR-X here, since I have it
Turbocharged. Pretty easy opponents and tracks.


Track 1 - Sebring International Raceway Club - 2 Laps

Track 2 - Tsukuba Circuit Short - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Maple Valley Raceway Short Reverse - 3 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Dodge SRT4 - C-441
2 - Audi S4 - C-417
3 - Vauxhall Astra - D-398
4 - Ford Focus SVT - D-377
5 - Cobalt SS - D-374
6 - VW Golf GTi Mk5 - D-369
7 - Silvia S14 - D-303


Base payout of $2,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $3,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1992 Toyota Do-Luck Supra - B-644



Event 3: 6-Cylinder Showoff
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Requirements: Driver Level 5, Car engine must be a 6-cylinder

Total Races: 3

Pretty easy, I used a Porsche for this race, was one of the R4 models, so it
made easy work here. Easy tracks, easy opponents.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Short - 2 Laps

Track 2 - Tsukuba Circuit - 3 Laps

Track 3 - New York Circuit - 3 Laps


Opponents:

1 - VW Golf R32 - C-455
2 - Infiniti G35 - C-453
3 - Eclipse GT - C-402
4 - FTO Version-R - D-394
5 - Audi TT Coupe - D-364
6 - Supra 2.0 GT - D-354
7 - Lexus IS300 - D-328


Base payout of $3,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $4,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2002 Nissan Tommy Kaira Skyline GT-R R34 - B-665



Event 4: Sports Car Classic
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Requirements: Driver Level 7, Car year must be less than 1975, Car cannot be a
	      Muscle Car.

Total Races: 3

Not a bad event, some nice cars, nothing hard though, tracks are pretty easy as
well. I used my 1970 Porsche 914/6 here with some upgrades and it made easy
work.


Track 1 - Silverstone National Circuit - 3 Laps

Track 2 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Short - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Maple Valley Raceway Short - 4 Laps


Opponents:

1 - 1974 Stratos - D-377
2 - 1961 E-Type - D-339
3 - 1969 Dino 246 GT - D-234
4 - 1954 300SL - D-197
5 - 1970 914/6 - D-196
6 - 1969 Fairlady Z - D-181
7 - 1969 2000GT - D-178


Base payout of $4,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $6,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS - C-429



Event 5: American Iron Runoff
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Requirements: Driver Level 10, Car must be a Muscle Car.

Total Races: 3

Not a bad event, some really nice muscle cars in action here. I used my
upgraded Camaro Z28 here and it made easy work. The tracks are all pretty easy,
but there are some hard and quick turns on Laguna Seca and Road Atlanta, so
be aware.


Track 1 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 3 Laps

Track 2 - New York Circuit - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Road Atlanta Short - 4 Laps


Opponents:

1 - 1967 Stingray - C-459
2 - 1968 Pontiac GTO - D-364
3 - 1969 Camaro SS - D-354
4 - 1970 Chevelle - D-353
5 - 1970 Boss 429 - D-349
6 - 1968 Barracuda - D-337
7 - 1969 Charger - D-33


Base payout of $5,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $7,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Chevrolet Corvette Guldstrand Edition - A-790



Event 6: Free-Breathing Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 15, Car must be Normally Aspirated (no turbocharger
              or supercharger).

Total Races: 3

This is a pretty easy event, the car can't be turbocharged or supercharged, but
there are plenty of good non turbo cars. I used one of my R4 Porsches here and
made it easy work.


Track 1 - Road Atlanta Short - 6 Laps

Track 2 -  Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Tsukuba Circuit - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - DB9 Coupe - A-701
2 - V12 Vanquish - B-685
3 - Audi RS 4 - B-673
4 - Proto Spirra - B-658
5 - Honda NSX-R - B-637
6 - Corvette GS - B-637
7 - Porsche Cayman - B-600


Base payout of $7,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $10,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Honda Mugen S2000 - B-554



Event 7: Big Block Shootout
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car engine type must be V8.

Total Races: 4

This is a pretty decent race, nice amount of laps, good tracks, good cars.
Nothing you can get more out of this event. Some key notes is the corkscrew
turn on Laguna Seca, a killer if you don't brake. On road Atlanta be sure to
brake properly for the small turn near the beginning (it is after your first
turn to the right). Nothing too crazy about Sebring or New York, just some
sharp turns, just make sure you brake properly. I used my 1969 Camaro Z28 which
had a powertrain swap and the rest of the upgrades making it a S class which
made this pretty easy.


Track 1 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 6 laps

Track 2 - Road Atlanta Short - 8 Laps

Track 3 - Sebring International Raceway Club - 7 Laps

Track 4 - New York Circuit - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Esperante GTLM - B-695
2 - Mustang Cobra R - B-647
3 - Shelby GT500 - B-642
4 - Monaro VXR - B-582
5 - Dodge Charger - B-552
6 - Pontiac GTO - C-523
7 - Camaro SS - C-511


Base payout of $10,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $20,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2002 Chevrolet Lingenfelter 427 Corvette



Event 8: Five by Five Supersprint
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Requirements: Driver Level 25, Car engine must be a V10.

Total Races: 4

I used a Lamborghini Gallardo with some upgrades here so that it was in the
S-Class. Not too bad of an event, good opponents and the tracks aren't too
bad. The only thing here is the King Cobra track, this one is a DOOZY. It is
all of the Test Tracks pieced all in ones, a lot of turns, a lot of sharp
turns and it is long.


Track 1 - Sebring International Raceway Short - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - King Cobra - 3 Laps

Track 4 - Road Atlanta - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Carrera GT - S-914
2 - Viper Comp Coupe - S-898
3 - Viper SRT10 - A-807
4 - Viper SRT10 - A-807
5 - Viper GTS ACR - A-774
6 - Gallardo - A-759
7 - Gallardo - A-759


Base payout of $13,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $26,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2004 Dodge #22 3R-Racing Viper Competition Coupe - R4



Event 9: Extreme Performance Shootout
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Requirements: Driver Level 30, Car engine must be a V12.

Total Races: 4

I used my Ferrari 612 here, I upgraded it to U-999 and it did really well. The
opponents are really good though, they all keep up and the cars are all very
good. The tracks aren't that bad, but they are a bit longer then previous ones.


Track 1 - Sebring International Raceway - 4 Laps

Track 2 - New York Circuit Reverse - 8 Laps

Track 3 - Suzuka Circuit - 5 Laps

Track 4 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Reverse - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Maserati MC12 - S-954
2 - Enzo Ferrari - S-931
3 - Ferrari F50 - S-898
4 - Pagani Zonda - S-880
5 - Diablo GTR - S-869
6 - Murcielago - A-819
7 - Ferrari 575M - A-751


Base payout of $16,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $32,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2005 Chrysler ME Four-Twelve Concept - U999



Event 10: 20th Century Supercar Invitational
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Requirements: Driver Level 35, Car year is less than 2000 and car body ust be
              Super Car.

Total Races: 4

A fun event, the tracks are fairly easy but a bit long. The opponents are a
good crowd though. All S class cars and good ones at that. Here I used the
Lamborghini Diablo GTR fully upgraded and tuned to U-999.


Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Sebring International Raceway Short - 9 Laps

Track 3 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 6 Laps

Track 4 - Suzuka Circuit - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - McLaren F1 GT - S-985
2 - Mercedes CLK-GTR - S-966
3 - Ferrari F50 - S-898
4 - Nissan R390 - S-872
5 - Jaguar XJ220 - S-870
6 - Diablo GTR - S-869
7 - Ferrari F40 - S-856


Base payout of $20,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $40,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1998 Toyota VeilSide Supra Fortune 99 - S-916



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Career Mode: Manufacturer Club Races				      FM2-07-04
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Here we get into the specifics with the cars. From a specific type of car from
a certain company, or any car from a certain company. These events can be a bit
harder because some of them have a top end car that has some high end stats.

Manufacturer Club Races completion awards $181,000 credits



Event 1: Volkswagen Driver's Club
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Requirements: Driver Level 5, Car must be a Volkswagen.

Total Races: 3

This a pretty easy event, just get an 2006 Golf GTi and upgrade it pretty
decently and it will easily beat the R32. Nothing suprising from these courses
all generally easy.


Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway Short - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Suzula Circuit East - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Tsukuba Circuit Short - 4 Laps


Opponents:

1 - VW Golf R32 - C-455
2 - VW Golf GTi Mk5 - D-369
3 - VW Golf GTi Mk5 - D-369
4 - VW Bora - D-334
5 - VW Corrado - D-295
6 - VW Beetle - D-283
7 - VW Golf GTi Mk2 - D-204


Base payout of $3,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $4,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Volkswagen Golf R32 - C-455



Event 2: Integra Cup
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Requirements: Driver Level 5, Car model must be Integra.

Total Races: 3

Basic stuff once again, no high end Integras. I used the VIS Integra with some
basic upgrades and it was easy. All the tracks are basic ones, no super long
tracks or anything with any suprises or tricks.


Track 1 - Suzuka Circuit East - 3 Laps

Track 2 - Tsukuba Circuit Short - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Maple Valley Raceway Short - 4 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Mugen Integra - C-506
2 - Aerogear Type-R - C-500
3 - Integra R 02 - C-454
4 - Integra R 02 - C-454
5 - Integra R - D-381
6 - Acura Integra R - D-361
7 - Acura RSX - D-343


Base payout of $3,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $4,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2002 Honda Mugen Integra Type-R - C-506



Event 3: MR2 Cup
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Requirements: Driver Level 10, Car model must be MR2.

Total Races: 3

Pretty easy event. All MR2s and there aren't any high class ones. I used the
Border MR2 with some basic upgrades and it was easy. The tracks are all easy as
well.


Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway Short Reverse - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Suzuka Circuit East - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Tsukuba Circuit Short - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - VIS MR2 - C-510
2 - Border MR2 - C-497
3 - Tom's MR-S - C-456
4 - Toyota MR2 GT - C-448
5 - Toyota MR2 GT - C-448
6 - Toyota MR-S - D-323
7 - Toyota MR-S - D-323


Base payout of $6,000 for first place
Tournament win awards $9,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1995 Toyota VIS Racing MR2 Turbo T-bar - C-510



Event 4: quattro Club
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Requirements: Driver Level 10, Car make must be Audi

Total Races: 3

Pretty easy event, short tracks, not a lot of laps. The Tuning S4 can be an
annoyance, but I had one of the R3 Audi racing cars which made easy work of
this event, even lapped a couple of the oppoents in such a short course.


Track 1 - Mugello Autodromo Internazional Short - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Sebring International Raceway Club - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Silverstone National Circuit - 4 Laps


Opponents:

1 - AWE Tuning S4 - A-832
2 - Audi RS 4 - B-673
3 - Audi RS 4 - B-673
4 - Audi RS 6 - B-613
5 - Audi S4 V8 - C-506
6 - Audi S4 - C-417
7 - Audi TT Coupe - D-364


Base payout of $6,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $9,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2000 Audi AWE Tuning Silverbullet S4 - A-832



Event 5: Nissan Racing Club
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Requirements: Driver Level 15, Car make must be Nissan.

Total Races: 3

This one can be hard if you don't have the right car. The S15 can be quite
annoying. I used the MINE'S R34 and it was pretty easy, other then the S15 this
is a really easy event.


Track 1 - Nissan Speedway - 4 Laps

Track 2 - New York Circuit - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Tsukuba Circuit - 6 Laps


Opponents

1 - Top Secret S15 - S-864
2 - Tommy Kaira R34 - B-665
3 - Skyline R34 Nür - B-666
4 - Skyline R34 - B-584
5 - Fairlady Z Ver S - C-524
6 - Skyline R32 - C-510
7 - Fairlady Z - C-484


Base payout of $8,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $12,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2000 Nissan Top Secret D1-Spec S15 - S-864



Event 6: Porsche Sports Car Club
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Requirements: Driver Level 15, Car model must be Porsche.

Total Races: 3

This is a pretty good challenge, good cars and good tracks. The tracks are
still fairly easy, but you have Silverstone which has several hard consecutive
turns and then you have Laguna Seca which has the corkscrew turn. Other then
those, it is pretty simple. I used a 2005 Porsche #55 Applied Materials 911 GT3
Cup for this event.


Track 1 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Silverstone International Circuit - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 4 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Porsche GT2 - A-794
2 - Porsche 997 GT3 - A-790
3 - Porsche 997 T - A-766
4 - Porsche 959 - A-755
5 - Porsche 996 GT3 - A-739
6 - Porsche Cayman - B-600
7 - Porsche Boxster - B-577


Base payout of $8,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $12,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2006 Porsche #82 Red Bull 911 GT3 Cup - R4



Event 7: Corvette Touring Cup
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car model must be Corvette.

Total Races: 4

Ah finally a good test of skill, at least for me. You have some decent tracks,
good amount of laps, and mixed in are some good cars. I had the same car as the
top opponent and there were some close races. This event, if using the same
car as I did, is more about how to handle the track then it is about who is the
fastest. Just remember the corkscrew on Laguna Seca and the 2nd turn on
Road Atlanta. New York is in reverse which can be a bit annoying for the first
turn, but still easy. Sebring is still easy as well.


Track 1 - New York Circuit Reverse - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Sebring International Raceway Short - 6 Laps

Track 4 - Road Atlanta Short - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Lingenfelter - S-911
2 - Corvette C6 Z06 - A-841
3 - Guldstrand - A-790
4 - Corvette C5 Z06 - A-756
5 - Corvette GS - B-637
6 - 1970 ZR-1 - C-448
7 - 1967 Stingray - C-459


Base payout of $11,000 for first place
Tournament win awards $22,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2005 Chevrolet #99 Tiger Racing Covervette Z06 -  R4



Event 8: Club della Suceria Ferrari
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Requirements: Driver Level 25, Car must be a Ferrari.

Total Races: 4

Another good event, good cars, good tracks. Here I used a Ferrari 612, though
not the best, I had it in my garage and already upgraded so I used it. The
opponents can be a pit of a push over so if you can get a good handling and
good speed/acceleration Ferrari here.


Track 1 - Silverstone International circuit - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Sebring International Raceway Club - 8 Laps

Track 3 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 6 Laps

Track 4 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short - 8 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Ferrari F50 - S-898
2 - 1967 330 P4 - S-868
3 - Ferrari F40 - S-856
4 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
5 - Ferrari 575M - A-751
6 - Ferrari 360 - A-734
7 - F355 Berlinetta - A-718



Event 9: Viper Performance Cup
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Requirements: Driver Level 30, Car must be a Viper.

Total Races: 4

A great event in my opinion. I went into this event with an R4 class Viper that
I won and thought it would be a cake walk, but that Hennessey Viper is a mad
dog on the straight, runs at 833 hp / 901 lb-ft, which is fast. It kept up, but
the handling and braking on my car were a lot more to outmatch it. All around
good courses and opponents.


Track 1 - New York Circuit Reverse - 9 Laps

Track 2 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 7 Laps

Track 3 - Road Atlanta - 7 Laps

Track 4 - Maple Valley Raceway - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Hennessey Viper - S-953
2 - Viper Comp Coupe - S-898
3 - Viper SRT10 - A-807
4 - Viper SRT10 - A-807
5 - Viper GTS ACR - A-774
6 - Viper GTS ACR - A-774
7 - Viper GTS ACR - A-774


Base payout of $18,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $36,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2000 Dodge Hennessey Viper 800 TT - S-953



Event 10: Club del Toro Furioso
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Requirements: Driver Level 35, Car must be a Lamborghini.

Total Races: 4

Fairly long races, great tracks, great cars. You can't ask for more. This event
can be a pain because of the GTR, it is a good quick car, but if you have the
proper upgrades and set up it shouldn't be an issue. I used a Lamborghini
Gallardo with a bunch of upgrades to make it high S-class.


Track 1 - Sebring International Rcaeway - 5 Laps

Track 2 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 8 Laps

Track 4 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Diablo GTR - S-869
2 - Murcielago - A-819
3 - Murcielago - A-819
4 - Diablo SV - A-796
5 - Gallardo - A-759
6 - Gallardo - A-759
7 - Countach LP5000 - A-757


Base payout of $22,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $44,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1999 Lamborghini Diablo GTR - S-869



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Career Mode: Semi-Pro						      FM2-07-05
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Semi-Pro completion awards $244,500 credits

Event 1: Goodyear 150HP Invitational
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Requirements: Driver Level 7, Car must have less than 150 hp and cannot be a
              race class.

Total Races: 3

Pretty easy event, easy tracks and there is the hp limit so the computer isn't
hard. What I did was use a Sprinter Trueno with an upgraded Intake and Exhaust
and it got me to 149 hp. I also did upgrades on brakes/transmission...etc since
that doesn't effect the hp.


Track 1 - Sebring International Raceway Club - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Suzuka Circuit East - 4 Laps

Track 3 - New York Circuit - 3 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Toyota MR-S - D-323
2 - Toyots MR-S - D-323
3 - Sprinter Trueno - D-245
4 - Honda Civic VTi - D-211
5 - Honda Civic VTi - D-211
6 - VW Golf GTi Mk2 - D-204
7 - VW Golf GTi Mk2 - D-204


Base payout of $5,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $7,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 1998 Subaru Tommy Kaira Impreza M20b - B-642



Event 2: Sparco 200HP Invitational
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Requirements: Driver Level 7, Car must have less than 200 hp and cannot be a
              race class.

Total Races: 3

Pretty simple event again, similar to the 150 hp event. I used the same car I
used in the D-Series events and in the 150 hp event, my beloves Sprinter
Trueno. Was able to get it to 199 hp and C-549 for class, so I can use it for
the C-Series races and this event. Easy tracks, small laps, easy event all
around.


Track 1 - Suzuka Circuit East - 4 Laps

Track 2 - New York Circuit - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Maple Valley Raceway Short - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Vauxhall VX220 - B-564
2 - Opel Speedster - B-559
3 - Toyota Celica - D-390
4 - Integra R - D-381
5 - VW Golf GTi Mk5 - D-369
6 - Acura Integra R - D-361
7 - Peugeot 206 RC - D-304


Base payout of $5,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $7,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Mitsubishi Sparco Lancer Evolution VIII - A-797



Event 3: Kumho Tire 250HP Invitational
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Requirements: Driver level 10, Car must have less than 250 hp and cannot be a
              race class.


Total Races: 3

I used a Lotus Exige Cup 240, which is won from the factory spec race with the
Exige. I think it is one of the best choices, it is a B-700 car and comes at
244 HP, I put the Race Intercooler on which bumped it to 248 and then I put all
the other upgrades on (weight, brakes...etc) gave it a quick tune and took it
to the event. The courses are fairly short too, so if you tune it, it is best
to tune for acceleration over top speed.


Track 1 - Tsukuba Circuit Short - 7 Laps

Track 2 - New York Circuit - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Suzuka Circuit East - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Vauxhall VX220 - B-564
2 - Opel Speedster - B-559
3 - Honda S2000 - C-466
4 - Silvia S15 - C-458
5 - Toyota MR2 GT - C-448
6 - Dodge SRT4 - C-441
7 - Leon Cupra R - C-425


Base payout of $6,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $9,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1995 Mazda AB Flug RX-7 - B-613



Event 4: Castrol 300HP Invitational
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Requirements: Driver level 10, Car must have less than 300 hp and cannot be a
              race class.


Total Races: 3

Here I used the NSX-R GT that I won, it already comes at 290 HP and has a nice
decent settings for acceleration/braking/handling...etc. I tossed on some
upgrades, like better brakes, tires...etc. Really worked wonders here. Courses
are all nice and short and easy.


Track 1 - Sebring International Raceway Club - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Tsukuba Circuit - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Porsche Boxster - B-577
2 - Subaru 22B - B-557
3 - Elise 111S - C-540
4 - Lancer Evo.8 GSR - C-536
5 - Fairlady Z Ver S - C-524
6 - RX-7 Gen 3 - C-524
7 - Skyline R32 - C-510


Base payout of $6,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $9,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2007 Peugeot 207 Super 2000 - B-629



Event 5: Nissan 350HP Invitational
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Requirements: Driver level 15, Car must have less than 350 hp and cannot be a
              race class.

Total Races: 3

Here I used the same NSX from the 300HP Invitational, I put some more upgrades
on it to get the HP to exactly 349. Kept all of the upgrades (weight reduction,
brakes...etc) and it just really made this event too easy. The courses are the
same as the previous ones, short, easy, same with the opponents.


Track 1 - Nissan Speedway - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Suzuka Circuit West - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit - 3 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Skyline R34 - B-584
2 - RX-7 Spirit R - B-579
3 - BMW M3 E46 - B-578
4 - Lancer Evo.9 GT - B-567
5 - Supra RZ - B-555
6 - WRX STi 04 - C-529
7 - Audi S4 V8 - C-506


Base payout of $9,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $13,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 1998 Nissan R390 - S-872



Event 6: Stoptech 400HP Invitational
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car must have less than 400 hp and cannot be a
              race class.

Total Races: 4

I was able to use mu B class IS430 (it had 397 hp and 350 lb-ft torque) and
it did a pretty good job here. The opponents keep up pretty well, but I had a
lot better upgrades. Overall the races are pretty easy, nothing too hard here.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Short Reverse - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Sebring International Raceway Short - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Silverstone International Circuit - 5 Laps

Track 4 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 4 Laps


Opponents:

1 - TVR Tuscan S - A-751
2 - Porsche 996 GT3 - A-739
3 - BMW M3-GTR - A-726
4 - F355 Berlinetta - A-718
5 - Lotus Esprit - B-695
6 - Skyline R34 Nür - B-666
7 - Mustang Cobra R - B-647


Base payout of $12,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $24,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Dodge #23 Magellan Financial Viper Competition
                        Coupe - R4



Event 7: Toyo Tires 450HP Invitational
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Requirements: Driver Level 25, Car must have less than 450 hp and cannot be a
              race class.

Total Races: 4

This was a pretty good event in my opinion. The 997 GT3 really is a killer car
and can give you a good run for your money, it has a great acceleration in
first and second and handles pretty good. I used a A-850 VIS Acura Integra
Type-R which had 447 hp. It outhandled and outperformed the others, but usually
the GT3 would start the beginning of each track slightly ahead, but after that
they got blown away.


Track 1 - Suzuka Circuit - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Sunset Peninsula Infield - 5 Laps

Track 3 - New York Circuit Reverse - 7 Laps

Track 4 - Tsukuba Circuit - 9 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Porsche 997 GT3 - A-790
2 - Corvette C5 Z06 - A-756
3 - Porsche 959 - A-755
4 - Ferrari 360 - A-734
5 - Esperante GTLM - B-695
6 - Ferrari 512TR - B-680
7 - Audi RS 4 - B-673


Base payout of $16,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $32,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2004 Volvo #24 At-Speed S60 R - R4



Event 8: Panoz 500HP Invitational
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Requirements: Driver Level 30, Car must has less than 500 hp and cannot be a
              race class.

Total Races: 4

Wow, this event showed me a whole different side to a car that I didn't expect
much out of. I bought and upgraded/tuned a Pagani Zonda for this event and wow.
I would suggest no other car for this event, the 450 hp (it comes stock with
420 hp), the 600, and the 700 hp events. It handles like a race car without
being a race car class, it has great accelerating, braking, everything. The
tracks aren't too bad, getting a bit longer now, but still easy.


Track 1 - Road Atlanta - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Sebring International Raceway Short - 7 Laps

Track 3 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit - 5 Laps

Track 4 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Ferrari F40 - S-856
2 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
3 - Porsche 997 GT3 - A-790
4 - Viper GTS ACR - A-774
5 - Gallardo - A-759
6 - DB9 Coupe - A-701
7 - Shelby GT500 - B-642


Base payout of $19,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $38,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2006 Panoz #81 Team LNT Panoz Esperante GTLM - R3



Event 9: Risi Competizione 600HP Invitational
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Requirements: Driver Level 35, Car must have less than 600 hp and cannot be a
              race class.

Total Races: 4

Just as easy as the previous event, again I used the Zonda C12 here, upgraded
close to 600 hp, really easy event all around. Getting a bit longer track wise
and a lot more laps. Overall, still easy and good amount of credits.


Track 1 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Maple Valley Raceway - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 8 Laps

Track 4 - Sunset Peninsula Infield - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Saleen S7 - S-963
2 - Ferrari F50 - S-898
3 - Viper Comp Coupe - S-898
4 - Nissan R390 - S-872
5 - Jaguar XJ220 - S-870
6 - Diablo GTR - S-869
7 - Ford GT - A-838


Base payout of $24,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $48,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2005 Maserati #35 Risi Competizione MC12 - R2



Event 10: K&N Filters 700HP Invitational
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Requirements: Driver Level 40, Car must have less than 700 hp and cannot be a
              race class.

Total Races: 4

Though I expected this to be more of a challenge then the previous one, it
wasn't. I was keeping a larger distane with the McLaren here then I did with
the Saleen from the last event. The only hard part about this event is the
tracks. They are longer and they throw in the King Cobra track as well as the
Nürburgring track, which is crazy long. I used the Pagani Zonda C12 here once
again, upgraded to be as close to 700 hp as possible.


Track 1 - Test Track Infield - King cobra Reverse - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Nürburgring Nordschleife - 2 Laps

Track 3 - Maple Valley Raceway - 8 Laps

Track 4 - Road Atlanta - 8 Laps


Opponents:

1 - McLaren F1 GT - S-985
2 - Mercedes CLK-GTR - S-966
3 - Maserati MC12 - S-954
4 - Enzo Ferrari - S-931
5 - Enzo Ferrari - S-931
6 - Carrera GT - S-914
7 - Koenigsegg CC85 - S-908


Base payout of $28,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $56,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2006 Audi #2 FSI Champion Racing R8 - R1



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Career Mode: Rivalry Face-offs					      FM2-07-06
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Rivalry Face-offs completion awards $304,000 credits

Event 1: Young Guns Showdown
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Requirements: Driver Level 10, Car must be a Civic or Golf.

Total Races: 3

Not a hard race, easy with a good upgraded Civic or Golf. I used my CR-X again
here since I hit this race early in the game. Very easy courses and opponents.


Track 1 - Tsukuba Circuit Short - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Short - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short - 4 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Mugen Civic - C-514
2 - VW Golf R32 - C-455
3 - Honda Civic R - D-388
4 - Wings West Civic - D-384
5 - VW Golf GTi Mk5 - D-369
6 - Honda Civic Si - D-229
7 - VW Golf GTi Mk2 - D-204


Base payout of $7,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $10,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2004 Honda Mugen Civic Type-R - C-514



Event 2: Sport Compact Shootout
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Requirements: Driver Level 10, Car must be a Celica or Eclipse.

Total Races: 3

Pretty easy event, I got a Eclipse GT and threw a bunch of upgrades on it and
it was really easy. The APR Celica is honestly a joke, it has some power, but
not a lot at all. Easy and short courses as well.


Track 1 - Road Atlanta Short - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Silverstone National Circuit - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Tsukuba Circuit Short - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - APR Celica - C-525
2 - Eclipse GT - C-402
3 - Eclipse GT - C-402
4 - Toyota Celica - D-390
5 - Toyota Celica - D-390
6 - Eclipse GSX - D-333
7 - Eclipse GTS - D-312


Base payout of $7,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $10,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Toyota APR Performance Celica GTS - C-525



Event 3: Tuner Face-Off
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Requirements: Driver Level 15, Car must be an Altezza or Silvia.

Total Races: 3

Pretty decent event, easy work if you have the Top Secret S15. Courses are a
easy, more laps per course though. I used the Top Secret S15 here, really easy
win.


Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway Short - 8 Laps

Track 2 - Tsukuba Circuit - 6 Laps

Track 3 - New York Circuit - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Lexus IS350 - C-482
2 - Silvia S15 - C-458
3 - Silvia S15 - C-458
4 - Silvia S13 - D-381
5 - Toyota Altezza - D-368
6 - Silvia S14 - D-303
7 - Lexus IS300 - D-328


Base payout of $10,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $15,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Lexus Foose Design IS430 Project Car - B-602



Event 4: Great American Face-Off
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Requirements: Driver Level 15, Car must be a Mustang or Camaro.

Total Races: 3

This is really similar to the Big Block Shootout event from the amateur cup
races. The tracks are shorter and are just Mustangs and Camaros. Pretty easy,
I used my souped up 1969 Camaro Z28. Just watch the second turn in Road Atlanta
and the corkscrew turn in Laguna Seca.


Track 1 - Road Atlanta Short - 5 Laps

Track 2 - New York Circuit - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 4 Laps


Opponents

1 - Mustang Cobra R - B-647
2 - Camaro SS - C-511
3 - Ford Mustang GT - C-428
4 - 1969 Camaro Z28 - D-383
5 - 1969 Camaro SS - D-354
6 - 1970 Boss 429 - D-349
7 - 1968 GT-500KR - D-333


Base payout of $10,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $15,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2004 Ford #10 Tiger Racing Mustang - R4



Event 5: Rallicross Face-Off
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car must be a Evo or Impreza.

Total Races: 4

Ah this is a pretty good event, two of my favorite types of cars faced off to
see who wins. The opponents aren't that bad, the highest being an A class car.
I took a Sparco Evo.8 I won and got it upgraded it U-999 and fine tuned it and
this was a cakewalk. Opponents were behind by at least 30 seconds on each
course.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Reverse - 5 Laps

Track 2 - Suzuka Circuit West - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 5 Laps

Track 4 - Tsukuba Circuit - 8 Laps


Opponents:

1 - MINE'S EVO.6 - A-727
2 - Tommy Kaira M20b - B-642
3 - Lancer Evo.9 MR - B-573
4 - Lancer Evo.9 GT - B-567
5 - Subaru 22B - B-557
6 - WRX STi 04 - C-529
7 - Lancer Evo.6 GSR - C-527


Base payout of $13,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $26,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1999 Mitsubishi Mine's CP9A Lancer EVO VI - A-727



Event 6: Super Tuner Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car must be a Fairlady or RX-7/RX-8.

Total Races: 4

A fairly fun event, I enjoy both types of cars, but since I had a good RX-7 I
went with that. I used the RE-Amemiya RX-7, which is an A-class, and it cleaned
up pretty good here. The opponents are really not that great, courses are easy,
all around an easy event.


Track 1 - Suzuka Circuit West - 5 Laps

Track 2 - Sebring International Raceway Club - 7 Laps

Track 3 - Silverstone National Circuit - 7 Laps

Track 4 - Sunset Peninsula Infield - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - INGS RX-7 - B-586
2 - RX-7 Spirit R - B-579
3 - Fairlady Z Ver S - C-524
4 - RX-7 Gen 3 - C-524
5 - Fairlady Z - C-484
6 - RX-8 Mazdaspeed - C-477
7 - RX-7 Savanna - D-316


Base payout of $13,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $26,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1995 Mazda INGS RX-7 - B-586



Event 7: Battle for Europe
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Requirements: Driver Level 25, Car must be a 6-cylinder Porsche or a 8-cylinder
              Ferrari.

Total Races: 4

A decent event with great cars. Nothing too bad though, all A-class cars so
they aren't all that great, but still quick and good handling/braking. I used
one of my R4 Porsches here since it was the best of the two groups I had. The
courses are pretty good, not too long or short.


Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway Reverse - 5 Laps

Track 2 - Sebring International Raceway Club - 7 Laps

Track 3 - Silverstone International Circuit - 6 Laps

Track 4 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short


Opponents:

1 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
2 - Porsche GT2 - A-794
3 - Porsche 997 GT3 - A-790
4 - Porsche 997 T - A-766
5 - Porsche 996 GT3 - A-739
6 - Ferrari 360 - A-734
7 - F355 Berlinetta - A-718


Base payout of $17,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $34,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2005 Porsche #5 XBOX 360 911 GT3-RSR - R3



Event 8: Ultimate Tuner Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 30, Car must be a Skyline or Supra.

Total Races: 4

This event is pretty good, putting the two top tuner cars one on one. The top
two cars can be a real annoyance, great horsepower and torque and they just go
quick on the straight, but they have bad handling/braking so you can make up
for it on most of the tracks (except for Nissan Speedway, I busted out my
VeilSide supra here). For the rest I used my R3 Yellow Hat Supra, I prefer
handling/braking over speed. The tracks aren't too bad, you even get the Nissan
Speedway which is money in the bag. If you want to gain easy credits, I suggest
building a VeilSide Supra or any Supra/Skyline and just race that track. Full
bonuses and payout is like 40k for 1st and it is an easy course. I could do it
in under 6 minutes so that is like 400,000 credits in an hour if I wanted. The
other biggie is the King Cobra track which is all about quick acceleration,
good braking, and good handling.

Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway Reverse - 5 Laps

Track 2 - Nissan Speedway - 8 Laps

Track 3 - Suzuka Circuit - 4 Laps

Track 4 - Test Track Infield - King Cobra - 3 Laps


Opponents:

1 - VeilSide F03 - S-901
2 - AB Flug Supra - S-899
3 - MINE'S R32 - S-883
4 - MINE'S R34 - S-869
5 - Skyline R34 Nür - B-666
6 - Tommy Kaira R34 - B-665
7 - Supra RZ - B-555


Base payout of $21,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $42,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Nissan #23 Xanavi Nismo GT-R - R3



Event 9: American Sports Car Showdown
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Requirements: Driver Level 35, Car must be a Corvette or Viper.

Total Races: 4

Ah, an event that can be quite tricky. The top two cars here will really mop
the floor with you on the straights. I would suggest a Hennessey Viper or a
Lingenfelter on some of these tracks, though not the best handling, it is hard
to keep up with anything else. Personally, I used my upgraded/tuned
Lingenfelter here. I would suggest the same, or to use the Hennessey Viper.
The courses are all pretty easy, the hardest being the King Cobra, which is
where I might suggest to use a R4 viper or Corvette if you have one, since the
handling and braking is key there.


Track 1 - Road Atlanta - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 8 Laps

Track 3 - Test Track Infield - King Cobra - 3 Laps

Track 4 - Sebring International Raceway - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Lingenfelter - S-911
2 - Viper Comp Coupe - S-898
3 - Corvette C6 Z06 - A-841
4 - Viper SRT10 - A-807
5 - Guldstrand - A-790
6 - Viper GTS ACR - A-774
7 - Corvette C5 Z06 - A-756


Base payout of $25,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $50,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2001 Dodge #58 Larbre Compétition Viper GTS-R - R3



Event 10: Pride of Italy
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Requirements: Driver Level 40, Car must be a 12-cylinder Ferrari or a
              12-cylinder Lamborghini

Total Races: 5

This event is pretty intense, long courses with a lot of laps, all quick cars,
but if you get a Ferrar Enzo and upgrade it all the way, it will make this a
lot easier. All around it is a decent event, nothing hard, just long.


Track 1 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Sunset Peninsula Infield - 8 Laps

Track 3 - Maple Valley Raceway Reverse - 7 Laps

Track 4 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 9 Laps

Track 5 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Enzo Ferrari - S-931
2 - Ferrari F50 - S-898
3 - Diablo GTR - S-869
4 - Murcielago - A-819
5 - Diablo SV - A-796
6 - Countach LP5000 - A-757
7 - Ferrari 575M - A-751


Base payout of $30,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $75,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Pagani #17 Carsport America Zonda GR - R2



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Career Mode: Regional Championships				      FM2-07-07
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Regional Championships completion awards $431,500 credits

Event 1: Class D Asian Championship
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Requirements: Driver Level 15, Car must be from Asia and class D.

Total Races: 3

Not too hard of an event, get a good D class car though. I used my Trueno here
again, worked wonders as had before. All the tracks are the short and simple
ones, but there are a decent amount of laps.


Track 1 - Tsukuba Circuit Short - 9 Laps

Track 2 - Maple Valley Raceway Short Reverse - 9 Laps

Track 3 - Suzuka Circuit East - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Silvia S14 - D-303
2 - FTO Version-R - D-394
3 - Integra R - D-381
4 - Eclipse GTS - D-312
5 - Honda Prelude - D-273
6 - Mazda Familia - D-266
7 - Toyota MR-S - D-323


Base payout of $11,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $16,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2002 Nissan MINE'S R34 Skyline GT-R - S-869



Event 2: Deutsch C-Class Championship
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Requirements: Driver Level 15, Car must be from Germany and class C.

Total Races: 3

Not a bad event, some better cars and courses. There are a bunch of good cars
you can choose from and build up to race here, I used a 1973 Porsche 911 
Carrera RS with some basic power and handling upgrades along with a good tune
and it made easy work of the competition here. Granted there are a lot better
cars, I had it in my garage already and had a bunch of discounts with Porsche.


Track 1 - Silverstone International Circuit - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Sunset Peninsula Infield - 3 Laps

Track 3 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Mercedes CLK55 - C-529
2 - Mercedes C32 - C-529
3 - Audi S4 V8 - C-506
4 - BMW M3 E36 - C-489
5 - Porsche 944 T - C-466
6 - VW Golf R32 - C-455
7 - Audi S4 - C-417


Base payout of $11,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $16,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Opel #5 OPC TEAM PHOENIX V8 - R3



Event 3: Japanese Class B Regionals
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car must be from Asia and class B.

Total Races: 4

Moving on up in the Regionals, here we have the B class cars from the Asia
region, not too shabby, they really kept up with me here, but I still beat
them by a decent amount of time/distance. I used my B-700 tuned/upgraded
Subaru 22B here.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield - 5 Laps

Track 2 - Tsukuba Circuit - 8 Laps

Track 3 - New York Circuit - 7 Laps

Track 4 - Suzuka Circuit West - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Honda NSX-R GT - B-684
2 - Skyline R34 Nür - B-666
3 - Honda NSX-R 92 - B-609
4 - Skyline R34 - B-584
5 - RX-7 Spirit R - B-579
6 - Lancer Evo.8 MR - B-573
7 - Lancer Evo.9 GT - B-567


Base payout of $14,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $28,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1998 Toyota VeilSide Supra Fortune 03 - S-901



Event 4: Stars and Stripes B-Class Championship
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car must be from North America and be class B.

Total Races: 4

This is a pretty good event, the best thing I like about it is that they put
all North American tracks in it, which sort of makes a cool combo since it is
a North American race event. Overall, not too bad, my suggestion for a car
would be to use an Esperante GTLM or whatever you have that you can get high
on the B-class spectrum. I personally when with the IS430 Project, with a bunch
of upgrades everything, but it doesn't handle all that great. Overall the
courses are pretty short and most are dependent on handling/braking.


Track 1 - New York Circuit - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Sebring International Raceway Short - 6 Laps

Track 3 -Road Atlanta Short - 7 Laps

Track 4 -  Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Esperante GTLM - B-695
2 - Corvette GS - B-637
3 - Acura NSX - B-592
4 - Mustang Cobra R - B-647
5 - Acura NSX 97 - B-590
6 - Shelby GT500 - B-642
7 - Dodge Charger - B-552


Base payout of $14,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $28,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2004 Cadillac #16 Team Cadillac CTS-V - R4



Event 5: British Sports Cup
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Requirements: Driver Level 25, Car must be from United Kingdom and class A.

Total Races: 4

Not many cars fit the bill for this tournament, which can really limit your
choices and preference of car. I used the TVR Tuscan S since I had it in my
garage from the Factory Spec event. I did some minor upgrades (tires, engine
upgrades...etc) to get it to A-850 and used it here. It performed well, but
wasn't blowing the competition out of the water. The tracks here are nicely
done, you have 2 long tracks with a decent amount of laps, and 2 smaller
tracks with a high amount of laps, which makes for a nice combo.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Short Reverse - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Maple Valley Raceway - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short - 8 Laps

Track 4 - Silverstone Intrnational Circuit - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - TVR Tuscan R - A-834
2 - TVR Tuscan R - A-834
3 - TBR Sagaris - A-806
4 - TBR Sagaris - A-806
5 - TVR Tuscan S - A-751
6 - DB9 Coupe - A-701
7 - DB9 Coupe - A-701


Base payout of $18,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $36,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1993 Jaguar XJ220 - S-870



Event 6: American Class A Regionals
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Requirements: Driver Level 25, Car must be from United States and class A.

Total Races: 4

Here I used the Ford GT with some minor upgrades and a small tune. The AI still
gave a good run for the money since I didn't have too high of an upper hand,
but I did have slightly better handling/braking compared to the others. Overall
the event isn't too bad, all the courses are pretty easy, but can be hard
because the opponents keep close.


Track 1 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Maple Valley Raceway - 5 Laps

Track 3 - New York Circuit Reverse - 7 Laps

Track 4 - Road Atlanta - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Corvette C6 Z06 - A-841
2 - Ford GT - A-838
3 - Viper SRT10 - A-807
4 - Guldstrand - A-790
5 - Viper GTS ACR - A-774
6 - Corvette C5 Z06 - A-756
7 - Shelby Series 1 - A-737

Base payout of $18,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $36,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Chevrolet #73 3R-Racing Corvette Z06 - R4



Event 7: Italian Masters Championship
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Requirements: Driver Level 30, Car must be from Italy and class S.

Total Races: 4

This is a pretty good event. The cars stock are fairly decent and you can
choose one and still have room for some upgrades. I would suggest to use an
upgraded Enzo Ferrari or Pagani Zonda here. I used the Enzo since I had it
set up for this event as well as the other S class events. The tracks aren't
too bad, but the Maserati MC12 is a quick one.


Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Sunset Peninsula Infield - 6 Laps

Track 4 - Mugelo Autodromo Internazionale - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Maserati MC12 - S-954
2 - Enzo Ferrari - S-931
3 - Enzo Ferrari - S-931
4 - Ferrari F50 - S-898
5 - Pagani Zonda - S-880
6 - Diablo GTR - S-869
7 - Ferrari F40 - S-856


Base payout of $22,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $44,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2004 Maserati MC12 - S-954



Event 8: GT Championship of Japan
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Requirements: Driver Level 35, Car must be from Japan and class R4 or R3.

Total Races: 4

I used my #35 JGTC Supra here (the yellow hat supra) and it was pretty decent.
I did tune the gear ratios, but other then that I left it alone since R class
cars are pretty well tuned to begin with. The tracks are all fairly decent,
except the Nissan Speedway which is flat out easy. All around the event is
somewhat easy, the only difficulty is the opponents. Since they are all of the
R class type as well, there isn't really much of a difference between each car.
I mean there are small differences, but nothing grand. So you do need to stick
it to the competition here and outperform them here.


Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Nissan Speedway - 9 Laps

Track 3 - Road Atlanta - 7 Laps

Track 4 - Suzuka Circuit - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - #36 GT500 Supra - R3
2 - #6 GT500 Supra - R3
3 - #35 JGTC Supra - R3
4 - #12 JGTC Skyline - R3
5 - #23 JGTC Skyline - R3
6 - #18 SUPER GT NSX - R3
7 - #8 JGTC NSX - R3


Base payout of $27,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $54,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2005 Toyota #36 OPEN INTERFACE TOM'S SUPRA - R3



Event 9: North American Regional Championship
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Requirements: Driver Level 40, Car must be from North America and class R3 or
              R2.

Total Races: 5

Another R class event, there are a decent amount of R class North American cars
and the main ones are the Corvettes. Here I used the same as the #1 opponent,
which was the Corvette C6.R R2 car. I actually bought it and did a small tune
on it, but nothing major. It handles really well and same with its acceleration
and top speed. All around, the event is a bit harder, longer tracks and more
laps as well as better opponents.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Reverse - 8 Laps

Track 2 - Road Atlanta - 8 Laps

Track 3 - Sebring International Raceway - 6 Laps

Track 4 - Maple Valley Raceway Reverse - 7 Laps

Track 5 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 9 Laps


Opponents:

1 - #4 Corvette C6.R - R2
2 - #2 Saleen S7R - R2
3 - #3 Corvette C5.R - R2
4 - #51 Panoz GTLM - R3
5 - #81 Panoz GTLM - R3
6 - #77 Viper ACR - R3
7 - #126 Viper GTSR - R3


Base payout of $32,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $80,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Panoz #11 JML Team Panoz LMP-01 - R1



Event 10: Pan-European Championship
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Requirements: Driver Level 45, Car must be from Europe and class R1.

Total Races: 5

Ah, the peak of the regionals. This is where the best R1 cars and the longest
tracks are, though they didn't include the Nürburgring in this event for some
reason. Overall this is a pretty tough event, you have all the fast cars
matched with long courses and a lot of laps. I used my Team Bentley Speed 8
here and it performed really well, again just try to do your best to outperform
the A.I.


Track 1 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Suzuka Circuit - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Sebring International Raceway - 6 Laps

Track 4 - Maple Valley Raceway Reverse - 8 Laps

Track 5 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - #2 Audi R8 - R1
2 - #7 Speed 8 - R1
3 - #88 Audi R8 - R1
4 - #4 Audi R8 - R1
5 - #3 Peugeot 905C - R1
6 - #15 BMW V12 LMR - R1
7 - #17 Porsche 962c - R1


Base payout of $37,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $92,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2005 SEAT Cupra GT Prototype - S-975



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Career Mode: Factory-Spec Races					      FM2-07-08
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Ah the beloved Factory-Spec races, where it is all about skill. A highly
upgraded car or a fine tune will not pull you ahead here. You are competing
against the competition, all with the same car, the stock tune, no upgrades at
all! Some of the smallest mistakes can cause a loss here because you don't have
the upper hand with a high amount of horsepower and such. My suggestion is to
just take the turns a bit slower then normal and do your best to go as fast as
you can without sacrificing stability.

Factory-Spec Races completion awards $457,500 credits


Event 1: Porsche 914/6 Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 15, Car must be a Porsche 914/6, No upgrades.

Total Races: 3

Not a bad first Factory Spec race, though it can be annoying because this car
is not the fastest of the bunch stock. The only thing I really hated about this
event is the length of the courses and how, I don't know, the computer could
constantly gain on me really really well. Other than that, it wasn't too bad.


Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway Short - 8 Laps

Track 2 - Silverstone National Circuit - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - 1970 Porsche 914/6 - D-196
2 - 1970 Porsche 914/6 - D-196
3 - 1970 Porsche 914/6 - D-196
4 - 1970 Porsche 914/6 - D-196
5 - 1970 Porsche 914/6 - D-196
6 - 1970 Porsche 914/6 - D-196
7 - 1970 Porsche 914/6 - D-196


Base payout of $11,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $16,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2005 Porsche #55 Applied Materials 911 GT3 Cup - R4



Event 2: Ford Focus Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 15, Car must be a Ford Focus SVT, No upgrades.

Total Races: 3

Pretty simple event with a decent car. The laps a bit longer then normal, but
the car isn't all that slow. Just take it nice and slow and draft if you fall
behind.


Track 1 - New York Circuit - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Road Atlanta Short - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Sebring International Raceway Club - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Ford Focus SVT - D-263
2 - Ford Focus SVT - D-263
3 - Ford Focus SVT - D-263
4 - Ford Focus SVT - D-263
5 - Ford Focus SVT - D-263
6 - Ford Focus SVT - D-263
7 - Ford Focus SVT - D-263


Base payout of $11,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $16,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Ford FocusSport SVT Focus - A-736



Event 3: Mazdaspeed Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car must be Mazda Mazdaspeed Roadster, No
              upgrades.

Total Races: 4

These races aren't all that bad, you know what you are going up against and no
one really has an advantage here. It also can be a pain, because if you hit a
bad turn and get really behind, there is really no way to catch up. Just keep
it steady and you will slowly creep ahead of the opponents.


Track 1 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 5 Laps

Track 2 - Suzuka Circuit West - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Sebring International Raceway Short - 6 Laps

Track 4 - Tsukuba Circuit - 8 Laps


Opponents

1 - Mazda Roadster - D-296
2 - Mazda Roadster - D-296
3 - Mazda Roadster - D-296
4 - Mazda Roadster - D-296
5 - Mazda Roadster - D-296
6 - Mazda Roadster - D-296
7 - Mazda Roadster - D-296


Base payout of $15,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $30,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1995 Mazda RE-Amemiya RX-7 - A-846



Event 4: Lotus Sport Exige Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car must be a Lotus Exige, No upgrades.

Total Races: 4
Tthis isn't too bad of an event. I found the car to be nice, not super quick,
but it had some go, on top of that it handled and braked perfectly for the
courses. The courses themselves are also easy and pretty short, each lap
running just over a minute.


Track 1 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Tsukuba Circuit - 8 Laps 

Track 3 - New York Circuit Reverse - 7 Laps

Track 4 - Silverstone International Circuit - 5 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Lotus Exige - B-571
2 - Lotus Exige - B-571
3 - Lotus Exige - B-571
4 - Lotus Exige - B-571
5 - Lotus Exige - B-571
6 - Lotus Exige - B-571
7 - Lotus Exige - B-571


Base payout of $15,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $30,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2006 Lotus Exige Cup 240 - B-700



Event 5: Honda NSX-R Challenge
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Requirements: Driver level 25, Car must be a 2005 Honda NSX-R, No upgrades.

Total Races: 4

This is one of my favorite events, mainly because of the car. It handles great,
is quick, not too shabby all around. The courses are all easy as well, nothing
hard or too long.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Short - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Suzuka Circuit - 4 Laps

Track 3 - Tsukuba Circuit - 9 Laps

Track 4 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 6 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Honda NSX-R - B-637
2 - Honda NSX-R - B-637
3 - Honda NSX-R - B-637
4 - Honda NSX-R - B-637
5 - Honda NSX-R - B-637
6 - Honda NSX-R - B-637
7 - Honda NSX-R - B-637


Base payout of $19,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $38,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Honda #16 G'ZOX NSX - R3



Event 6: TVR Tuscan S Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 25, Car must be a TVR Tuscan S, No upgrades.

Total Races: 4

Not all that bad of a car, does tend to oversteer a little more then other
cars, but all around still good. The courses are pretty easy still, nothing
too long and nothing too short. The car you win here is a nice car as well.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Short Reverse - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Silverstone International Circuit - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Road Atlanta - 5 Laps

Track 4 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 4 Laps


Opponents:

1 - TVR Tuscan S - A-751
2 - TVR Tuscan S - A-751
3 - TVR Tuscan S - A-751
4 - TVR Tuscan S - A-751
5 - TVR Tuscan S - A-751
6 - TVR Tuscan S - A-751
7 - TVR Tuscan S - A-751


Base payout of $19,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $38,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1998 TVR Cerbera Speed 12 - U-999



Event 7: Shelby Cobra Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 30, Car must be a Shelby Cobra 427 S/C, No upgrades.

Total Races: 4

In all honesty, this is probably the hardest event I've had for awhile. The car
is decent in the speed department, but it oversteers like no other car, it can
be hard to handle when you are used to better cars. It also only has 4 gears
which constantly threw me off (I'd sit there constantly trying to gear up when
I'm maxed at 4th). The tracks are somewhat long for this car and some errors
can really mess you up.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield - 6 Laps

Track 2 - Road Atlanta - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Maple Valley Raceway Reverse - 6 Laps

Track 4 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - 1965 Cobra 427 - A-765
2 - 1965 Cobra 427 - A-765
3 - 1965 Cobra 427 - A-765
4 - 1965 Cobra 427 - A-765
5 - 1965 Cobra 427 - A-765
6 - 1965 Cobra 427 - A-765
7 - 1965 Cobra 427 - A-765


Base payout of $24,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $48,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1999 Shelby Series 1 - A-737



Event 8: Porsche 911 GT2 Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 35, Car must be a Porsche 911 GT2, No upgrades.

Total Races: 4

I enjoyed this event a lot, a car I like a lot so it always makes it easier for
me. The tracks are a bit longer now, but still not all that bad, the car itself
is a good one, it can oversteer if you don't drive it just right. On top of
this, you get a good car (I like the Porsche R class cars) that can be used
for several events.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Reverse - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 6 Laps

Track 4 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 8 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Porsche GT2 - A-794
2 - Porsche GT2 - A-794
3 - Porsche GT2 - A-794
4 - Porsche GT2 - A-794
5 - Porsche GT2 - A-794
6 - Porsche GT2 - A-794
7 - Porsche GT2 - A-794


Base payout of $29,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $58,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1998 Porsche #26 Porsche AG 911 GT1-98 - R2



Event 9: Ferrari F430 Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 40, Car must be a Ferrari F430, No upgrades.

Total Races: 5

A good event, longer laps and tracks, you get to race the Nürburgring here
which is always fun. I didn't like the car much, not too big of a fan of
Ferraris all around and this one just seems too heavy and a little more
sluggish then some other cars. I overbraked a lot, because if I went through
a turn without braking, it made it a lot harder to turn the car itself, usually
causing me to head off track.


Track 1 - Sebring International Raceway - 5 Laps

Track 2 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Nürburgring Nordschleife - 2 Laps

Track 4 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 6 Laps

Track 5 - Road Atlanta - 8 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
2 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
3 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
4 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
5 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
6 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
7 - Ferrari F430 - A-798


Base payout of $34,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $85,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2006 Ferrari #62 Risi Competizione F430GT - R3



Event 10: McLaren F1 Challenge
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Requirements: Driver Level 45, Car must be McLaren F1 GT, No upgrades.

Total Races: 5

The longest of all the Factory Spec races. Longer tracks and a lot more laps,
but it does come with a plus, a fast and very nice stock car. This really makes
up for it since the laps are shorter then the previous events, but still long.
Overall I liked this one, I like the car so that may help, plus any chance to
race on Nürburgring is awesome.


Track 1 - Road Atlanta - 9 Laps

Track 2 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit - 7 Laps

Track 3 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 7 Laps

Track 4 - Nürburgring Nordschleife - 2 Laps

Track 5 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 10 Laps


Opponents:

1 - McLaren F1 GT - S-985
2 - McLaren F1 GT - S-985
3 - McLaren F1 GT - S-985
4 - McLaren F1 GT - S-985
5 - McLaren F1 GT - S-985
6 - McLaren F1 GT - S-985
7 - McLaren F1 GT - S-985


Base payout of $39,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $97,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 1997 McLaren #43 Team BMW Motorsport McLaren F1
GTR - R2



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Career Mode: Professional Series				      FM2-07-09
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Finally into the championship races. Here is where it all matters, its all
about who has the most points at the end of the tournament. In my opinion
these are where you want to handle your car well, though you should always, do
so, it is more important here. A slipup can cost a race, a race can cost the
tournament. You do the math.

Here is how the point scheme goes:

10 points for 1st
7 points for 2nd
5 points for 3rd
4 points for 4th
3 points for 5th
2 points for 6th
1 points for 7th
0 points for 8th

Now go make mama proud!



Event 1: D-Class World Trophy
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car class must be D.

Total Races: 5

Again, another cakewalk D-Series event. Used my D-400 Sprinter Trueno here once
again and it was cake. A little bit more challenging then the previous ones,
the opponents actually kept up a bit. A bit longer too, 5 tracks, more laps,
still short courses, nothing too hard.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield Short Reverse - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Silverstone National Circuit - 7 Laps

Track 3 - Suzuka Circuit West - 5 Laps

Track 4 - Road Atlanta Short - 7 Laps

Track 5 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - FTO Version-R - D-394
2 - Integra R - D-381
3 - Silvia S13 - D-381
4 - Cobalt SS - D-374
5 - VW Golf GTi Mk5 - D-369
6 - Acura RSX - D-343
7 - Peugeot 206 RC - D-304


Base payout of $16,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $40,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1998 Toyota AB Flug S900 Supra Turbo - S-899



Event 2: Class C World Trophy
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car class must be C.

Total Races: 5

Similar to the D-Series championship, not too hard but the opponents are a bit
better here. I took my D-400 Sprinter Trueno and got it to C-549 and used it
here. It did pretty good, but the opponents kept up really well, only falling
1-3 seconds behind at most. The tracks are all pretty simple, nothing hard
here.


Track 1 - Tsukuba Circuit - 8 Laps

Track 2 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short - 7 Laps

Track 3 - Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit - 4 Laps

Track 4 - Suzuka West Circuit - 5 Laps

Track 5 - New York Circuit Reverse - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Crossfire SRT6 - C-537
2 - Mercedes CLK55 - C-529
3 - RX-7 Gen 3 - C-524
4 - Camaro SS - C-511
5 - Audi S4 V8 - C-506
6 - Mitsubishi GTO - C-487
7 - Honda S2000 - C-466


Base payout of $16,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $40,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2004 Audi #8 Audi ABT TT-R - R3



Event 3: World Class B Trophy
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Requirements: Driver Level 25, Car class must be B.

Total Races: 5

I used an upgraded and finely tuned Subaru 22B. Very good car here, good
braking and handling which is important, nice top speed and acceleration.
All around good car for these tracks, nothing too hard, somewhat long though.


Track 1 - Sebring International Raceway Short - 7 Laps

Track 2 - Suzuka Circuit West - 6 Laps

Track 3 - Tsukuba Circuit - 9 Laps

Track 4 - Road Atlanta Short - 8 Laps

Track 5 - Sunset Peninsula Short - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Proto Spirra - B-658
2 - Mustang Cobra R - B-647
3 - Honda NSX-R - B-637
4 - Porsche Cayman - B-600
5 - Acura NSX - B-592
6 - BMW M3 E46 - B-578
7 - Lotus Exige - B-571


Base payout of $21,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $52,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 1998 Toyota Top Secret 0-300 Supra  - S-960



Event 4: Class A World Trophy
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Requirements: Driver Level 25, Car class must be A.

Total Races: 5

Very similar to the American Class A Regional event, pretty much the same
opponents and tracks. This one can be a tough one again if you don't have a
good car with good handling/braking and speed/acceleration. I suggest using a
Ferrari F430. I used that, upgraded it slightly and it was a really good
choice all around. The tracks are fairly decent in length, pretty short in
total, barely going into a minute to a minute and a half per lap.


Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway Reverse - 4 Laps

Track 2 - Road Atlanta - 5 Laps

Track 3 - Nissan Speedway - 8 Laps

Track 4 - Suzuka Circuit West - 6 Laps

Track 5 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale Short - 7 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Corvette C6 Z06 - A-841
2 - Ford GT - A-838
3 - Mercedes SLR - A-834
4 - Viper SRT10 - A-807
5 - TVR Sagaris - A-806
6 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
7 - Porsche 997 GT3 - A-790


Base payout of $21,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $52,500 credits
Tournament win awards a 2006 Mitsubishi HKS Time Attack Evolution - S-967



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Career Mode: Endurance Races					      FM2-07-10
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This is what racing is all about, who can win not by skill and speed alone, but
proper pit stops, proper tuning, tires, set up, as well as the overall
endurance of the racer. By far my favorite races, these races are endurance
because you do the 1 track for a high amount of laps. Most endurance races will
run over 45 minutes minimum, there are longer ones. Though longer, they can be
much more better over the other events. Each one nets you nearly $150,000
credits with 1st place, rarity, and difficulty bonuses, then you get a generous
amount of credits for completing the event.

Get your favorite beverage ready, grab a snack, put on a long CD and get ready
to race!



Event 1: Tsukuba Class D Grand Prix
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car class must be D.

Total Races: 1

A good place to start for endurance races. A short, easy to handle course, not
that many laps and the lowest class of cars. I used a souped up Sprinter
Trueno, using just enough mods to keep me at D-400, which is the max before you
go to C. I didn't pit once, though I could have, but felt like it wasn't
necessary. I lapped everyone once and few of the others twice. Pretty basic and
very good payout.


Track 1 - Tsukuba Circuit - 45 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Vauxhall Astra - D-398
2 - FTO Version R - D-394
3 - Toyota Celica - D-390
4 - Honda Civic R - D-388
5 - Saturn ION - D-384
6 - Integra R - D-381
7 - Silvia S13 - D-381


Base payout of $100,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $50,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2004 Toyota #35 Yellow Hat YMS Supra - R3



Event 2: Class C Grand Prix of Laguna Seca
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Requirements: Driver Level 20, Car class must be C.

Total Races: 1

Pretty easy endurance race, plus you get the fun course of Laguna seca. If you
don't already know how to handle the corkscrew well, you will either learn now,
or need to learn before you come here. I used my Sprinter Trueno here, it was
a good car for the race, everything else was far behind and the Cadillac CTS-V
was the only one who put up anything close to a fight. At the end of lap 15 I
was at 41% wear in the back, 38% in the front, 50% fuel left. I had the stock
tire compound as well. I pitted at lap 21 going on 22, was running really low
on fuel and tires were about 70% worn down by this point. I took the advantage
of going three laps after my closest opponent, that way I keep a decent lead.
Just keep an eye out, you may run lower earlier or may not need to pit at all.


Track 1 - Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca - 30 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Cadillac CTS-V - C-549
2 - Elise 111S - C-540
3 - Lancer Evo.8 GSR - C-536
4 - WRX STi 04 - C-529
5 - Mercedes C32 - C-529
6 - RX-7 Gen 3 - C-524
7 - Camaro SS - C-511


Base payout of $120,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $60,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2002 Acura #42 Realtime Racing NSX - R4



Event 3: Maple Valley B-Class Grand Prix
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Requirements: Driver Level 25, Car class must be B.

Total Races: 1

This isn't too bad of a course and the whole race can be a bit shorter then the
previous ones because you have a better car here. The opponents are a bit
better, but with the right car they aren't a big issue. I used a upgraded and
finely tuned Subaru 22B here, I got it to B-700 and it was the perfect car for
the job.


Track 1 - Maple Valley Raceway - 25 Laps


Opponents:

1 - Exige Cup 240 - B-700
2 - Esperante GTLM - B-695
3 - V12 Vanquish - B-685
4 - Honda NSX-R GT - B-684
5 - Audi RS 4 - B-673
6 - Skyline R34 Nür - B-666
7 - Mustang Cobra R - B-647


Base payout of $140,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $70,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 1993 Nissan MINE'S R32 Skyline GT-R - S-883



Event 4: Silverstone Class A Grand Prix
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Requirements: Driver level 25, Car class must be A.

Total Races: 1

Not a very hard endurance, a bit long even with A class cars, but the course is
a fun one in my opinion. Be aware though, a lot of turns can send you of track
and really screw you over because a lot of the off-track area is the sticky
type of floor so you will get slowed down to below 50 mph. Other than that it
wasn't too difficult. I used my upgraded/tuned VIS Integra Type-R and only had
to pit once, around lap 20 (though if I wanted to, I could of made it the whole
way through with no pit.)


Track 1 - 


Opponents:

1 - Corvette C6 Z06 - A-841
2 - Ford GT - A-838
3 - Mercedes SLR - A-834
4 - Murcielago - A-819
5 - Viper SRT10 - A-807
6 - Ferrari F430 - A-798
7 - Porsche 997 GT3 - A-790


Base payout of $160,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $80,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2003 Bentley #7 Team Bentley Speed 8 - R1



Event 5: Mugello Supercar Grand Prix
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Requirements: Driver Level 30, Car must be class S.

Total Races: 1

Not too bad of an event, I used my Pagani Zonda with some upgrades here and got
it to S-998, which is the highest you can get. All around it isn't a bad
course, but I don't like it all that much. I pited at lap 15, just over halfway
through the race, wear was around 80% on all sides. Starting to get a bit more
challenging in terms of races.


Track 1 - Mugello Autodromo Internazionale - 25 Laps


Opponents:

1 - McLaren F1 GT - S-985
2 - Mercedes CLK-GTR - S-966
3 - Saleen S7 - S-963
4 - Maserati MC12 - S-954
5 - Enzo Ferrari - S-931
6 - Carrera GT - S-914
7 - Koenigsegg CC8S - S-908


Base payout of $180,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $90,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2005 Maserati #15 JMB Racing MC12 - R2



Event 9: Sunset Peninsula Grand Prix
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Requirements: Driver Level 45, Car must be class R2.

Total Races: 1

This one seemed a little more daunting then the others, a good 40 laps which
can sound a bit worse then it is. Again an R class race which can be tough all
around, but I found it fairly fun. Nice course and the laps were fairly short,
running 1:22-1:24 on most laps. I pitted after lap 15 and lap 30, felt like a
good time since I had about 30% fuel left and was up to 80% wear all around on
my tires. I used my Maserati #15 MC12 for this event.


Track 1 - Sunset Peninsula Infield - 40 Laps


Opponents:

1 - #4 Corvette C6.R - R2
2 - #32 R390 GT1 - R2
3 - #2 Saleen S7R - R2
4 - #11 Saleen S7R - R2
5 - #26 Porsche GT1 - R2
6 - #17 Zonda GR - R2
7 - #41 McLaren F1 - R2


Base payout of $260,000 credits for first place
Tournament win awards $130,000 credits
Tournament win awards a 2005 Honda #18 TAKATA DOME NSX - R3



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Cars									 FM2-08
===============================================================================

Here is a list of all the cars you can buy in Career Mode, this will be a
complete list of each regions cars, sorted into which country makes them as
well as the manufacturer as well as provide specs and cost of each. There is a
total of 303 cars from all 3 regions combined.



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Asia								      FM2-08-01
===============================================================================

Here is a list of the cars you can buy that are in the Asia region.
There are a total of 97 cars for the Asia region.

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Japan		Total Cars: 95
==============================


Honda
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1994 Honda Civic 1.5 VTi
Cost: $9,000

Specs:	130 hp / 104 lb-ft
	2,271 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 3.6
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.0

P.I. Class: D-211




1999 Honda Civic Si Coupe
Cost: $9,000

Specs:	167 hp / 116 lb-ft
	2,513 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 3.5
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.5
Rarity - 3.1

P.I. Class: D-229




1995 Honda CR-X Del Sol SiR
Cost: $9,500

Specs:	167 hp / 116 lb-ft
	2,660 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.0
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.4
Handling - 3.5
Rarity - 3.1

P.I. Class: D-235




2000 Honda Prelude SiR
Cost: $9,500

Specs:	197 hp / 161 lb-ft
	3,210 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.5
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.4
Handling - 3.6
Rarity - 3.4

P.I. Class: D-273




1991 Honda CR-X SiR
Cost: $10,000

Specs:	158 hp / 111 lb-ft
	2,249 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.0
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.6
Rarity - 3.3

P.I. Class: D-287




2000 Honda Integra Type-R
Cost: $11,500

Specs:	195 hp / 130 lb-ft
	2,557 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.6
Acceleration - 3.3
Braking - 3.4
Handling - 3.6
Rarity - 3.9

P.I. Class: D-381




2004 Honda Civic Type-R
Cost: $12,000

Specs:	212 hp / 149 lb-ft
	2,654 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.1
Acceleration - 3.5
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.6

P.I. Class: D-388




2002 Honda Integra Type-R
Cost: $16,500

Specs: 	220 hp / 152 lb-ft
	2,579 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.5
Acceleration - 3.8
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 3.7

P.I. Class: C-454




2003 Honda S2000
Cost: $17,500

Specs: 	247 hp / 156 lb-ft
	2,790 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.9
Acceleration - 3.3
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.7

P.I. Class: C-466




2004 Honda Wings West Civic Si
Cost: $56,500

Specs: 	171 hp / 136 lb-ft
	2,800 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 3.1
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.3
Rarity - 8.7

P.I. Class: D-384




1992 Honda NSX-R
Cost: $89,500

Specs:	276 hp / 216 lb-ft
	2,711 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.6
Acceleration - 4.4
Braking - 4.4
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 6.7

P.I. Class: B-609




2000 Honda Aerogear Integra Type-R
Cost: $91,000

Specs:	197 hp / 137 lb-ft
	2,403 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.5
Acceleration - 3.7
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 8.6

P.I. Class: C-500




2002 Honda Mugen Integra Type-R
Cost: $94,000

Specs:	217 hp / 152 lb-ft
	2,500 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.0
Acceleration - 3.8
Braking - 4.7
Handling - 4.7
Rarity - 8.7

P.I. Class: C-506




2005 Honda NSX-R
Cost: $94,000

Specs:	290 Hp / 225 lb-ft
	2,866 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.0
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 4.4
Handling - 4.7
Rarity - 6.6

P.I. Class: B-637




2004 Honda Mugen Civic Type-R
Cost: $96,500

Specs:	240 hp / 169 lb-ft
	2,775 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.8
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.3
Rarity - 8.7

P.I. Class: C-514




2003 Honda Mugen S2000
Cost: $111,000

Specs:	257 hp / 188 lb-ft
	2,795 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.0
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 4.4
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 8.9

P.I. Class: B-554




1994 Honda Do-Luck NSX
Cost: $124,500

Specs:	276 hp / 216 lb-ft
	2,711 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.8
Acceleration - 4.6
Braking - 4.5
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 8.7

P.I. Class: B-604




2005 Honda NSX-R GT
Cost: $155,000

Specs:	290 hp / 225 lb-ft
	2,524 lbs
	RWD
Speed - 5.1
Acceleration - 5.2
Braking - 4.8
Handling - 4.8
Rarity - 8.9

P.I. Class: B-684




2005 Honda #8 Team Honda Racing ARTA NSX
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	500 hp / 433 lb-ft
	2,624 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.4
Braking - 7.6
Handling - 7.3
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: R3




2005 Honda #18 TAKAT DOME NSX
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	500 hp / 433 lb-ft
	2,624 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.4
Braking - 7.6
Handling - 7.3
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: R3




2003 Honda #16 G'ZOX NSX
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	490 hp / 310 lb-ft
	2,579 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.4
Braking - 7.6
Handling - 7.3
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: R3




Mazda
_____

2005 Mazda Axela Sport 23S
Cost: $9,000

Specs:	168 hp / 157 lb-ft
	2,957 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 3.4
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.7
Rarity - 3.1

P.I. Class: D-192




2001 Mazda Mazdaspeed Familia
Cost: $9,500

Specs:	173 hp / 138 lb-ft
	2,990 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.3
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.7
Rarity - 3.6

P.I. Class: D-266




2001 Mazda Mazdaspeed Roadster
Cost: $10,000

Specs:	146 hp / 124 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.6
Acceleration - 3.3
Braking - 3.9
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 3.8

P.I. Class: D-296




1990 Mazda Savanna RX-7
Cost: $10,500

Specs:	182 hp / 183 lb-ft
	2,850 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 3.4
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.7

P.I. Class: D-316




2004 Mazda RX-8 Mazdaspeed
Cost: $20,000

Specs:	265 hp / 180 lb-ft
	3,100 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.4
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 4.1

P.I. Class: C-477




1997 Mazda RX-7
Cost: $21,000

Specs:	255 hp / 217 lb-ft
	2,694 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.5
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.9
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 3.5

P.I. Class: C-524




2002 Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type-A
Cost: $62,500

Specs:	280 hp / 231 lb-ft
	2,778 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 4.6
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 5.7

P.I. Class: B-579




1995 Mazda INGS RX-7
Cost: $119,000

Specs:	255 hp / 218 lb-ft
	2,474 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.7
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 4.6
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 8.7

P.I. Class: B-586




1995 Mazda RE-Amemiya RX-7
Cost: $222,500

Specs:	441 hp / 335 lb-ft
	2,474 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.5
Acceleration - 6.2
Braking - 5.0
Handling - 5.0
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: A-846




1995 Mazda AB Flug RX-7
Cost: $128,000

Specs:	265 hp / 225 lb-ft
	2,734 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.3
Acceleration - 4.2
Braking - 4.5
Handling - 4.7
Rarity - 8.7

P.I. Class: B-613




Mitsubishi
__________

2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse GTS
Cost: $10,000

Specs:	210 hp / 205 lb-ft
	3,241 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 3.2
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.3

P.I. Class: D-312




1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
Cost: $10,500

Specs:	210 hp / 214 lb-ft
	3,199 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.9
Acceleration - 3.3
Braking - 3.4
Handling - 3.7
Rarity - 3.3

P.I. Class: D-333




2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT
Cost: $13,500

Specs:	263 hp / 260 lb-ft
	3,472 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.9
Acceleration - 3.7
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.5

P.I. Class: C-402




1998 Mitsubishi FTO GP Version R
Cost: $14,000

Specs:	200 hp / 147 lb-ft
	2,535 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.5
Acceleration - 3.3
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.1

P.I. Class: D-394




1998 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR
Cost: $21,000

Specs:	285 hp / 260 lb-ft
	2,998 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.0
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.9

P.I. Class: C-527




1997 Mitsubishi GTO
Cost: $24,000

Specs:	320 hp / 312 lb-ft
	3,810 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 3.8
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.3

P.I. Class: C-487




2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII GSR
Cost: $26,000

Specs:	300 hp / 280 lb-ft
	3,086 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.9
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 4.2

P.I. Class: C-536




2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GT
Cost: $35,000

Specs:	320 hp / 306 lb-ft
	3,064 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.1
Acceleration - 4.8
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 4.5

P.I. Class: B-567




2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII MR
Cost: $59,500

Specs:	325 hp / 332 lb-ft
	3,086 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.1
Acceleration - 5.0
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 5.6

P.I. Class: B-573




1999 Mitsubishi Mine's CP9A Lancer EVO VI
Cost: $171,000

Specs:	404 hp / 292 lb-ft
	2,998 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 5.5
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.3
Rarity - 8.9

P.I. Class: A-727




2003 Mitsubishi Sparco Lancer Evolution VIII
Cost: $202,500

Specs:	450 hp / 411 lb-ft
	2,900 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 6.9
Braking - 4.9
Handling - 4.7
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: A-797




2006 Mitsubishi HKS Time Attack Evolution
Cost: $247,000

Specs:	592 hp / 506 lb-ft
	2,403 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.8 
Acceleration - 9.1
Braking - 5.9
Handling - 5.6
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: S-967




Nissan
______

2003 Nissan Skyline Coupe 350GT
Cost: $26,500

Specs: 	280 hp / 270 lb-ft
	3,435 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.6
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.6

P.I. Class: C-456




1994 Nissan Silvia K's
Cost: $10,000

Specs:	220 hp / 202 lb-ft
	2,734 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.3
Acceleration - 3.2
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.8

P.I. Class: D-303




1992 Nissan Silvia CLUB K's
Cost: $11,500

Specs:	202 hp / 202 lb-gy
	2,535 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.8
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.6
Rarity - 3.9

P.I. Class: D-381




2002 Nissan Silvia Spec-R
Cost: $17,000

Specs:	247 hp / 203 lb-ft
	2,755 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.3
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.9

P.I. Class: C-458




2003 Nissan Fairlady Z
Cost: $18,500

Specs:	287 hp / 268 lb-ft
	3,362 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.6
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 3.9

P.I. Class: C-484




1994 Nissan Fairlady Z Version S Twin Turbo
Cost: $35,000

Specs:	300 hp / 283 lb-ft
	3,174 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 4.2
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 4.7

P.I. Class: C-524




1969 Nissan Fairlady Z 432
Cost: $41,500

Specs:	160 hp / 130 lb-ft
	2,513 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.2
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 3.6
Rarity - 6.5

P.I. Class: D-181




1993 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec
Cost: $54,500

Specs:	295 hp / 271 lb-ft
	3,153 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.6
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 5.9

P.I. Class: C-510




2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II
Cost: $81,500

Specs:	330 hp / 289 lb-ft
	3,395 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.5
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 6.6

P.I. Class: B-584




1969 Nissan Fairlady Z 432R
Cost: $117,500

Specs:	250 hp / 170 lb-ft
	2,116 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.1
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 3.9
Handling - 3.7
Rarity - 8.5

P.I. Class: C-482




2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II Nür
Cost: $133,000

Specs:	345 hp / 294 lb-ft
	3,439 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 6.1
Acceleration - 5.2
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 8.1

P.I. Class: B-666




2002 Nissan Tommy Kaira Skyline GT-R R34
Cost: $148,500

Specs:	394 hp / 309 lb-ft
	3,395 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.4
Acceleration - 4.9
Braking - 4.3
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 8.9

P.I. Class: B-665




2000 Nissan Top Secret D1-Spec S15
Cost: $231,000

Specs:	540 hp / 455 lb-ft
	2,557 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.0
Acceleration - 6.4
Braking - 4.8
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: S-864




2002 Nissan MINE'S R34 Skyline GT-R
Cost: $233,000

Specs:	591 hp / 433 lb-ft
	2,954 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 6.9
Acceleration - 7.2
Braking - 4.6
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: S-869




1998 Nissan R390
Cost: $237,000

Specs:	550 hp / 471 lb-ft
	2,264 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 5.8
Braking - 5.4
Handling - 5.4
Rarity - 9.7

P.I. Class: S-872




1993 Nissan MINE'S R32 Skyline GT-R
Cost: $239,500

Specs:	621 hp / 455 lb-ft
	2,943 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 6.9
Acceleration - 7.7
Braking - 4.4
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: S-883




2005 Nissan #46 Dream Cube's ADVAN Z
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	345 hp / 289 lb-ft
	2,524 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 6.2
Braking - 6.7
Handling - 6.4
Rarity - 9.2

P.I. Class: R4




2003 Nissan #3 HASEMISPORT ENDLESS Z
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	345 hp / 289 lb-ft
	2,524 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 6.2
Braking - 6.7
Handling - 6.5
Rarity - 9.2

P.I. Class: R4




2003 Nissan #23 XANAVI NISMO GT-R
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	495 hp / 540 lb-ft
	2,535 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.0
Braking - 7.7
Handling - 7.4
Rarity - 9.4

P.I. Class: R3




2003 Nissan #12 CALSONIC SKYLINE
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	495 hp / 540 lb-ft
	2,535 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.0
Braking - 7.7
Handling - 7.4
Rarity - 9.4

P.I. Class: R3




1998 Nissan #32 NISSAN R390 GT 1
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	550 hp / 469 lb-ft
	2,094 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 7.3
Braking - 8.4
Handling - 8.2
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: R2




Subaru
______

2005 Subaru Legacy B4 2.0 GT
Cost: $18,500

Specs:	276 hp / 253 lb-ft
	3,153 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.2
Acceleration - 4.1
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.8

P.I. Class: C-483




2005 Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Cost: $20,500

Specs:	301 hp / 317 hp
	3,218 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.2
Acceleration - 4.7
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.9

P.I. Class: C-518




2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi
Cost: $21,000

Specs:	301 hp / 317 lb-ft
	3,153 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.3
Acceleration - 4.8
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.0

P.I. Class: C-529




1998 Subaru Impreza 22B STi
Cost: $68,000

Specs:	276 hp / 272 lb-ft
	2,799 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.8
Acceleration - 4.8
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.1
Rarity - 6.2

P.I. Class: B-557




1998 Subaru Tommy Kaira Impreza M20b
Cost: $141,000

Specs:	350 hp / 332 lb-ft
	3,174 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 5.2
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 8.9

P.I. Class: B-642




2003 Subaru #77 CUSCO SUBARU ADVAN IMPREZA
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	335 hp / 282 lb-ft
	2,513 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 6.1
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.4
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




Toyota
______

2002 Toyota MR-S
Cost: $10,500

Specs:  138 hp / 125 lb-ft
	2,195 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.6
Acceleration - 3.1
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 3.4

P.I. Class: D-323




1992 Toyota Supra 2.0 GT Twin Turbo
Cost: $10,500

Specs:	210 hp / 203 lb-ft
	3,439 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.0
Acceleration - 3.3
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.6

P.I. Class: D-354




2004 Toyota Altezza RS200
Cost: $11,000

Specs: 	207 hp / 159 lb-ft
	2,954 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.7
Acceleration - 3.2
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.2

P.I. Class: D-368




1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex
cost: $12,000

Specs:	130 hp / 112 lb-ft
	2,105 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.1
Acceleration - 3.3
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 4.3

P.I. Class: D-245




2003 Toyota Celica SS-1
Cost: $12,500

Specs: 	187 hp / 136 lb-ft
	2,491 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.5
Acceleration - 3.2
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.6

P.I. Class: D-390




1995 Toyota MR2 GT
Cost: $16,000

Specs:	241 hp / 225 lb-ft
	2,778 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.1
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.7
Rarity - 3.6

P.I. Class: C-448




2002 Toyota Soarer 430SCV
Cost: $25,000

Specs:	286 hp / 317 lb-ft
	3,814 Lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.0
Acceleration - 3.7
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.7

P.I. Class: C-427




1998 Toyota Supra RZ
Cost: $46,500

Specs: 	326 hp / 315 lb-ft
	3,285 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 4.4
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.1
Rarity - 5.1

P.I. Class: B-555




1969 2000GT
Cost: $54,500

Specs:	150 hp / 130 lb-ft
	2,541 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.3
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.3
Handling - 3.6
Rarity - 8.0

P.I. Class: D-178




2002 Toyota Tom's W123 MR-S
Cost: $77,500

Specs:	187 hp / 185 lb-ft
	2,230 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.1
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 4.4
Handling - 4.3
Rarity - 8.5

P.I. Class: C-456




1995 Toyota Border MR2 Turbo T-bar
Cost: $90,500

Specs:	210 hp / 205 lb-ft
	2,960 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.1
Acceleration - 4.1
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 8.6

P.I. Class: C-497




1995 Toyota Tom's T020 MR2
Cost: $101,500

Specs:	235 hp/ 186 lb-ft
	2,500 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.0
Acceleration - 4.1
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.3
Rarity - 8.5

P.I. Class: C-541




2002 Toyota Tom's Z382 Soarer
Cost: $114,500

Specs: 	353 hp / 412 lb-ft
	3,814 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.1
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 4.3
Rarity - 8.5

P.I. Class: B-582




1992 Toyota Do-Luck Supra
Cost: $136,000

Specs:	375 hp / 303 lb-ft
	3,351 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.0
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 8.6

P.I. Class: B-644




2004 Toyota #35 Yellow Hat YMS Supra
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	480 hp / 376 lb-ft
	2,513 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.0
Braking - 7.7
Handling - 7.5
Rarity - 9.4

P.I. Class: R3




2003 Toyota APR Performance Celica GTS
Cost: $103,500

Specs:	223 hp / 168 lb-ft
	2,535 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.0
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 4.7
Handling - 4.7
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: C-525




1998 Toyota AB Flug S900 Supra Turbo
Cost: $246,500

Specs:	888 hp / 625 lb-ft
	3,329 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 8.2
Acceleration - 6.1
Braking - 4.5
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: S-899




1998 Toyota VeilSide Supra Fortune 03
Cost: $247,000

Specs:	860 hp / 625 lb-ft
	3,320 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 8.6
Acceleration - 6.0
Braking - 4.5
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: S-901




1998 Toyota VeilSide Supra Fortune 99
Cost: $247,000

Specs:	1051 hp / 774 lb-ft
	3,260 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 9.1
Acceleration - 6.0
Braking - 4.5
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: S-916




1998 Toyota Top Secret 0-300 Supra
Cost: $247,000

Specs:	986 hp / 650 lb-ft
	3,285 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 8.2
Acceleration - 6.3
Braking - 4.7
Handling - 4.9
Rarity - 9.0

P.I. Class: S-960




2006 Toyota #25 ECLIPSE ADVAN SUPRA
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	480 hp / 376 lb-ft
	2,513 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.0
Braking - 7.7
Handling - 7.5
Rarity - 9.4

P.I. Class: R3




2005 Toyota #6 EXXON Superflo Supra
Cost: $300,000

Specs: 	480 hp / 376 lb-ft
	2,513 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 6.9
Braking - 7.7
Handling - 7.5
Rarity - 9.4

P.I. Class: R3




2005 Toyota #36 OPEN INTERFACE TOM'S SUPRA
Cost: $300,000

Specs: 	480 hp / 376 lb-ft
	2,513 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 6.9
Braking - 7.8
Handling - 7.5
Rarity - 9.4

P.I. Class: R3




1999 Toyota #3 Toyota Motorsports GT-ONE TS020
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	610 hp / 515 lb-ft
	1,984 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.5
Acceleration - 8.7
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.6
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




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Korea		Total Cars: 02
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Hyundai
_______

2003 Hyundai Tuscani Elisa
Cost: $

Specs:	166 hp / 181 lb-ft
	3,040 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.0
Acceleration - 3.1
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.3

P.I. Class: D-217




Proto Motors
____________

2006 Proto Motors Spirra
Cost: $

Specs:	320 hp / 295 lb-ft
	2,403 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.6
Acceleration - 5.2
Braking - 4.3
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 7.5

P.I. Class: B-658


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Europe								      FM2-08-02
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Here are the cars that are available in the Europe region.
There are a total of 126 cars in the Europe region.

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France		Total Cars: 05
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Peugeot
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2007 Peugeot 207 RC
Cost: $9,500

Specs:	175 hp / 177 lb-ft
	2,824 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 3.7
Acceleration - 3.1
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.8

P.I. Class: D-248




2004 Peugeot 206 RC
Cost: $10,000

Specs:	180 hp / 152 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.0
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.9
Handling - 4.1
Rarity - 3.5

P.I. Class: D-304




2007 Peugeot 207 Super 2000
Cost: $102,500

Specs:	280 hp / 184 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.2
Acceleration - 4.1
Braking - 5.1
Handling - 4.8
Rarity - 7.1

P.I. Class: B-629




1993 Peugeot #3 Peugeot Talbot Sport 905 EVO 1 C
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	670 hp / 359 lb-ft
	1,962 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.4
Acceleration - 8.1
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.6
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




Renault
_______

2003 Renault Sport Clio V6 RS
Cost: $30,500

Specs:	255 hp / 221 lb-ft
	3,086 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 5.0

P.I. Class: C-439




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Germany		Total Cars: 58
==============================

Audi
____

2004 Audi TT Coupe 3.2 quattro
Cost: $11,000

Specs:	247 hp / 236 lb-ft
	3,505 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 3.2
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.2

P.I. Class: D-364




2000 Audi S4
Cost: $24,000

Specs:	261 hp / 289 lb-ft
	3,384 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.9
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 4.7

P.I. Class: C-417




2004 Audi S4
Cost: $35,000

Specs:	340 hp / 302 lb-ft
	3,825 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 4.8

P.I. Class: C-506




2003 Audi RS 6
Cost: $86,000

Specs:	450 hp / 414 lb-ft
	4,050 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 4.6
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 6.5

P.I. Class: B-613




2006 Audi RS 4
Cost: $94,500

Specs:	420 hp / 317 lb-ft
	3,685 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 6.5
Acceleration - 5.1
Braking - 3.9
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 6.3

P.I. Class: B-673




2000 Audi AWE Tuning SilveBullet S4
Cost: $214,500

Specs:	557 hp / 517 lb-ft
	3,157 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 7.0
Acceleration - 7.2
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 8.9

P.I. Class: A-832




2002 Audi #1 Champion S4 Competition
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	420 hp / 340 lb-ft
	2,635 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.0
Braking - 6.7
Handling - 6.4
Rarity - 9.2

P.I. Class: R4




2003 Audi #1 Champion RS 6
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	465 hp / 429 lb-ft
	2,928 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 7.2
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.3
Rarity - 9.2

P.I. Class: R4




2004 Audi #8 Audi ABT TT-R
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	455 hp / 376 lb-ft
	2,337 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 6.9
Braking - 7.5
Handling - 7.2
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: R3




2004 Audi #88 Audi Sport UK Team Veloqx R8
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	625 hp / 552 lb-ft
	1,984 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 8.6
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.7
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




2006 Audi #2 FSI Champion Racing R8
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	625 hp / 552 lb-ft
	1,984 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 8.6
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.7
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




2001 Audi #4 Johansson Motorsport R8
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	625 hp / 552 lb-ft
	1,984 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 8.6
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.7
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




2002 Audi #1 Infineon Audi R8
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	625 hp / 552 lb-ft
	1,984 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 8.6
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.7
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




2004 Audi #5 Audi Sport Japan Team Goh R8
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	625 hp / 552 lb-ft
	1,984 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 8.6
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.7
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




BMW Motorsport
______________

1997 BMW Motorsport M3 E36
Cost: $31,000

Specs:	321 hp / 258 lb-ft
	3,219 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.1
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 4.7

P.I. Class: C-489




2005 BMW Motorsport M3 E46 Coupe
Cost: $38,500

Specs:	333 hp / 262 lb-ft
	3,415 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 4.6

P.I. Class: B-578




2002 BMW Motorsport M3-GTR
Cost: $175,000

Specs:	380 hp / 269 lb-ft
	2,976 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 4.9
Braking - 4.7
Handling - 4.8
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: A-726




2005 BMW Motorsport #2 BMW Motorsport M3-GTR
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	500 hp / 355 lb-ft
	2,524 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.0
Braking - 7.5
Handling - 7.2
Rarity - 9.6

P.I. Class: R3




1999 BMW Motorsport #15 BMW Motorsport V12 LMR
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	580 hp / 495 lb-ft
	1,984 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 9.0
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.6
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




Mercedes
________

2004 Mercedes C32 AMG
Cost: $48,500

Specs:	349 hp / 332 lb-ft
	3,605 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.4
Acceleration - 4.1
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 5.4

P.I. Class: C-529




2003 Mercedes CLK55 AMG Coupe
Cost: $52,500

Specs:	362 hp / 376 lb-ft
	3,960 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.1
Acceleration - 4.2
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 5.6

P.I. Class: C-529




1954 Mercedes 300sL Gullwing Coupe
Cost: $59,500

Specs:	243 hp / 237 lb-ft
	2,855 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.2
Acceleration - 3.2
Braking - 3.1
Handling - 3.2
Rarity - 8.8

P.I. Class: D-197




2005 Mercedes SLR
Cost: $220,500

Specs:	626 hp / 575 lb-ft
	3,589 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.5
Acceleration - 5.9
Braking - 4.8
Handling - 4.9
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: A-834




1998 Mercedes AMG Mercedes CLK GTR
Cost: $250,000

Specs:	612 hp / 567 lb-ft
	3,241 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.7
Acceleration - 7.2
Braking - 6.1
Handling - 6.1
Rarity - 9.7

P.I. Class: S-966




MINI
____

2003 MINI Cooper S
Cost: $9,500

Specs:	163 hp / 162 lb-ft
	2,685 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 3.7
Acceleration - 3.1
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.2

P.I. Class: D-248




Opel
____

2004 Opel Speedster Turbo
Cost: $34,500

Specs:	197 hp / 184 lb-ft
	2,072 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.7
Acceleration - 4.6
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.1
Rarity - 4.5

P.I. Class: B-559




2003 Opel #5 OPC TEAM PHOENIX ASTRA V8
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	462 hp / 376 lb-ft
	2,337 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 6.7
Braking - 7.6
Handling - 7.2
Rarity - 9.6

P.I. Class: R3




Porsche
_______

1989 Porsche 944 Turbo
Cost: $30,500

Specs:	247 hp / 250 lb-ft
	3,060 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.2
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.1
Rarity - 4.8

P.I. Class: C-466




2003 Porsche Boxster S
Cost: $36,000

Specs:	258 hp / 229 lb-ft
	2,855 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 4.7
Braking - 3.9
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 4.5

P.I. Class: B-577




2006 Porsche Cayman S
Cost: $43,500

Specs:	295 hp / 255 lb-ft
	2,954 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 4.7

P.I. Class: B-600




1970 Porsche 914/6
Cost: $44,500

Specs:	125 hp / 131 lb-ft
	2,196 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.1
Acceleration - 3.1
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 6.8

P.I. Class: D-196




1973 Porsche Carrera RS
Cost: $79,500

Specs:	207 hp / 188 lb-ft
	2,150 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.3
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.6
Rarity - 7.1

P.I. Class: C-429




2007 Porsche 911 Turbo (997)
Cost: $135,000

Specs:	480 hp / 457 lb-ft
	3,494 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 7.0
Acceleration - 5.8
Braking - 4.7
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 6.9

P.I. Class: A-766




2004 Porsche 911 GT3 (996)
Cost: $140,500

Specs:	375 hp / 301 lb-ft
	3,004 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.3
Acceleration - 5.6
Braking - 4.6
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 7.4

P.I. Class: A-739




2007 Porsche 911 GT3 (997)
Cost: $163,000

Specs:	415 hp / 300 lb-ft
	3,075 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.0
Acceleration - 5.8
Braking - 4.7
Handling - 4.7
Rarity - 7.6

P.I. Class: A-790




1995 Porsche 911 GT2
Cost: $203,500

Specs:	430 hp / 398 lb-ft
	2,838 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.4
Acceleration - 6.0
Braking - 4.6
Handling - 4.7
Rarity - 9.2

P.I. Class: A-794




2003 Porsche Carrera GT
Cost: $250,000

Specs:	603 hp / 435 lb-ft
	3,258 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.5
Acceleration - 6.8
Braking - 5.5
Handling - 5.3
Rarity - 9.4

P.I. Class: S-914




2002 Porsche #57 Larbre McDonalds 996 GT3 Cup
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	380 hp / 280 lb-ft
	2,447 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 7.1
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.2
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




2003 Porsche #22 3R-Racing 911 GT3 Cup
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	385 hp / 280 lb-ft
	2,447 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 7.1
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.2
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




2005 Porsche #55 Applied Materials 911 GT3 Cup
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	385 hp / 287 lb-ft
	2,447 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 7.1
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.2
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




2005 Porsche #66 AXA Racing 911 GT3 Cup
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	385 hp / 287 lb-ft
	2,447 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 7.1
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.2
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




2006 porsche #81 Synergy Racing 911 GT3 Cup
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	415 hp / 300 lb-ft
	2,535 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 7.3
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.1
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




2006 Porsche #82 Red Bull 911 GT3 Cup
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	415 hp / 300 lb-ft
	2,535 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 7.2
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.2
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




2004 Porsche #23 Alex Job Racing 911 GT3-RSR
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	449 hp / 302 lb-ft
	2,293 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.9
Braking - 7.5
Handling - 7.2
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: R3




2005 Porsche #31 Peterson-White Lightning 911 GT3-RSR
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	449 hp / 302 lb-ft
	2,293 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.9
Braking - 7.5
Handling - 7.2
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: R3




2005 Porsche #44 Flying Lizard 911 GT3-RSR
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	449 hp / 302 lb-ft
	2,293 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.9
Braking - 7.5
Handling - 7.2
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: R3




2005 Porsche #5 XBOX 360 911 GT3-RSR
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	449 hp / 302 lb-ft
	2,293 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.8
Braking - 7.5
Handling - 7.2
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: R3




1982 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3
Cost: $61,000

Specs:	300 hp / 304 lb-ft
	2,961 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.3
Acceleration - 4.4
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 5.7

P.I. Class: B-569




1987 Porsche 959
Cost: $187,500

Specs:	450 hp / 370 lb-ft
	3,190 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 6.9
Acceleration - 6.0
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 9.7

P.I. Class: A-755




2005 Porsche #3 Lechner Racing School Team 1 911 GT3 Cup
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	394 hp / 295 lb-ft
	2,469 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 7.2
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.2
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




1998 Porsche #26 Porsche AG 911 GT1-98
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	536 hp / 464 lb-ft
	2,094 lb-ft
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 7.3
Braking - 8.5
Handling - 8.3
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: R2




1987 Porsche #17 Racing Porsche AG 962c
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	650 hp / 527 lb-ft
	1,874 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.4
Acceleration - 8.3
Braking - 9.8
Handling - 9.6
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




Volkswagen
__________

1992 Volkswagen Golf GTo 16v Mk2
Cost: $9,000

Specs:	150 hp / 137 lb-ft
	2,226 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 3.5
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.5

P.I. Class: D-204




2004 Volkswagen Beetle
Cost: $10,000

Specs:	177 hp / 169 lb-ft
	2,820 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 3.6
Acceleration - 3.3
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.0

P.I. Class: D-283




1995 Volkswagen Corrado VR6
Cost: $10,000

Specs:	178 hp / 177 lb-ft
	2,837 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.3
Acceleration - 3.2
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.7
Rarity - 3.6

P.I. Class: D-295




2003 Volkswagen Bora VR6
Cost: $10,500

Specs:	201 hp / 199 lb-ft
	3,212 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 3.2
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.9

P.I. Class: D-334




2006 Volkswagen Golf GTi
Cost: $11,000

Specs:	197 hp / 198 lb-ft
	2,932 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 3.5
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 3.4

P.I. Class: D-369




2003 Volkswagen Golf R32
Cost: $16,500

Specs:	241 hp / 236 lb-ft
	3,256 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.9
Acceleration - 3.8
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.7

P.I. Class: C-455




==============================
Italy		Total Cars: 33
==============================

Ferrari
_______

1969 Ferrar Dino 246 GT
Cost: $62,500

Specs:	197 hp / 165 lb-ft
	2,380
	RWD

Speed - 4.1
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.4
Handling - 3.4
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: D-234




1964 Ferrari 250 GTO
Cost: $127,500

Specs:	301 hp / 246 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.1
Acceleration - 4.6
Braking - 3.4
Handling - 3.4
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: C-491




1994 Ferrari F355 Berlinetta
Cost: $131,000

Specs:	375 hp / 268 lb-ft
	2,976 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 4.8
Braking - 4.6
Handling - 4.8
Rarity - 7.3

P.I. Class: A-718




1999 Ferrari 360 Modena
Cost: $133,500

Specs:	400 hp / 275 lb-ft
	3,064 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 5.5
Braking - 4.6
Handling - 4.8
Rarity - 7.2

P.I. Class: A-734




1991 Ferrari 512 TR
Cost: $144,000

Specs:	428 hp / 360 lb-ft
	3,651 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 4.7
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 8.4

P.I. Class: B-680




2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti
Cost: $158,000

Specs:	540 hp / 434 lb-ft
	4,123 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.0
Acceleration - 5.3
Braking - 4.3
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 8.1

P.I. Class: A-739




2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello
Cost: $165,000

Specs:	515 hp / 434 lb-ft
	3,815 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.4
Acceleration - 5.6
Braking - 4.3
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 8.2

P.I. Class: A-751




2004 Ferrari F430
Cost: $174,000

Specs:	483 hp / 343 lb-ft
	3,197 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.2
Acceleration - 5.9
Braking - 5.1
Handling - 5.0
Rarity - 7.9

P.I. Class: A-798




1984 Ferrari GTO
Cost: $197,500

Specs:	395 hp / 366 lb-ft
	2,557 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.5
Acceleration - 5.5
Braking - 4.4
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 9.6

P.I. Class: A-779




1998 Ferrari F355 Challenge
Cost: $206,000

Specs:	375 hp / 268 lb-ft
	2,900 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 5.8
Braking - 5.4
Handling - 5.4
Rarity - 9.4

P.I. Class: A-800




1987 Ferrari F40
Cost: $230,000

Specs:	478 hp / 425 lb-ft
	2,980 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.1
Acceleration - 6.3
Braking - 5.2
Handling - 5.5
Rarity - 9.6

P.I. Class: S-856




1967 Ferrari 330 P4
Cost: $235,500

Specs:	468 hp / 385 lb-ft
	1,918 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.5
Acceleration - 7.1
Braking - 4.4
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: S-868




1995 Ferrari F50
Cost: $249,500

Specs:	513 hp / 347 lb-ft
	2,712 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.8
Acceleration - 6.5
Braking - 5.6
Handling - 5.8
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: S-898




2002 Ferrari Enzo Ferrari
Cost: $250,000

Specs:	651 hp / 485 lb-ft
	3,254 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.1
Acceleration - 6.9
Braking - 6.3
Handling - 6.1
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: S-931




2006 Ferrari #62 Risi Competizione F430GT
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	504 hp / 380 lb-ft
	2,535 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.8
Braking - 7.6
Handling - 7.3
Rarity - 9.6

P.I. Class: R3




2005 Ferrari #11 Larbre Competition 550 Maranello GTS
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	600 hp / 483 lb-ft
	2,315 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.1
Acceleration - 7.8
Braking - 8.3
Handling - 8.0
Rarity - 9.7

P.I. Class: R2




2003 Ferrari #72 Team Alphand Aventures 550 Maranello GTS
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	600 hp / 483 lb-ft
	2,315 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.1
Acceleration - 7.8
Braking - 8.4
Handling - 8.0
Rarity - 9.7

P.I. Class: R2




2003 Ferrari #88 Veloqx / Prodrive Racing 550 Maranello
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	600 hp / 483 lb-ft
	2,315 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.1
Acceleration - 7.8
Braking - 8.4
Handling - 8.0
Rarity - 9.7

P.I. Class: R2




1998 Ferrari #12 Risi Competizione F333 SP
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	650 hp / 330 lb-ft
	1,874 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.4
Acceleration - 9.5
Braking - 10.0
Handling - 9.7
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




Lamborghini
___________

2005 Lamborghini Gallardo
Cost: $152,500

Specs:	493 hp / 376 lb-ft
	3,560 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 6.8
Acceleration - 4.9
Braking - 4.3
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 7.6

P.I. Class: A-759




1988 Lamborghini Countach LP5000 QV
Cost: $159,500

Specs:	455 hp / 369 lb-ft
	3,284 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.4
Acceleration - 5.3
Braking - 4.3
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 7.9

P.I. Class: A-757




1997 Lamborghini Diablo SV
Cost: $204,500

Specs:	530 hp / 446 lb-ft
	3,474 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.7
Acceleration - 5.8
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: A-796




2005 Lamborghini Murcielago
Cost: $214,500

Specs:	572 hp / 479 lb-ft
	3,638 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 6.8
Acceleration - 5.8
Braking - 4.5
Handling - 4.8
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: A-819




1999 Lamborghini Diablo GTR
Cost: $236,000

Specs:	590 hp / 464 lb-ft
	3,075 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 6.5
Braking - 5.2
Handling - 5.1
Rarity - 9.9

P.I. Class: S-869




Lancia
______

1992 Lancia Delta Integrale EVO
Cost: $37,500

Specs:	210 hp / 224 lb-ft
	2,866 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.0
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 5.3

P.I. Class: C-460




1974 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale
Cost: $73,000

Specs:	199 hp / 167 lb-ft
	2,161 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.0
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.6
Rarity - 8.6

P.I. Class: D-377




Maserati
________

2006 Maserati GranSport
Cost: $96,500

Specs:	390 hp / 333 lb-ft
	3,682 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 4.8
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.3
Rarity - 6.8

P.I. Class: B-631




2004 Maserati MC12
Cost: $250,000

SpecS:	625 hp / 480 lb-ft
	2,943 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.8
Acceleration - 7.3
Braking - 6.5
Handling - 6.4
Rarity - 9.7

P.I. Class: S-954




2005 Maserati #9 Vitaphone Racing Team MC12
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	624 hp / 481 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.4
Acceleration - 8.7
Braking - 8.2
Handling - 7.9
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: R2




2005 Maserati #15 JMB Racing MC12
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	624 hp / 481 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.4
Acceleration - 8.7
Braking - 8.2
Handling - 7.9
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: R2




2005 Maserati #35 Risi Competizione MC12
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	624 hp / 481 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.4
Acceleration - 8.7
Braking - 8.2
Handling - 7.9
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: R2




Pagani
______

1999 Pagani Zonda C12
Cost: $241,000

Specs:	402 hp / 420 lb-ft
	2,756 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 6.4
Braking - 6.3
Handling - 6.3
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: S-880




2003 Pagani #17 Carsport America Zonda GR
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	603 hp / 579 lb-ft
	2,420 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.1
Acceleration - 7.9
Braking - 8.4
Handling - 8.1
Rarity - 9.7

P.I. Class: R2




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Spain		Total Cars: 02
==============================

SEAT
____

2003 SEAT Leon Cupra R
Cost: $20,500

Specs:	222 hp / 200 lb-ft
	2,910 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.7
Acceleration - 3.6
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 4.4

P.I. Class: C-425




2005 SEAT Cupra GT Prototype
Cost: $250,000

Specs:	500 hp / 443 lb-ft
	2,535 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.3
Acceleration - 6.5
Braking - 7.5
Handling - 7.0
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: S-975




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Sweden		Total Cars: 04
==============================

Koenigsegg
__________

2002 Koenigsegg CC8S
Cost: $250,000

Specs:	578 hp / 553 lb-ft
	2,811 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 8.2
Acceleration - 7.0
Braking - 5.2
Handling - 5.3
Rarity - 9.9

P.I. Class: S-908




Saab
____

2002 Saab 9-3 Aero
Cost: $9,500

Specs:	230 hp / 258 lb-ft
	3,285 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 3.1
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.7
Rarity - 3.3

P.I. Class: D-263




Volvo
_____

2004 Volvo S60 R
Cost: $25,500

Specs:	300 hp / 286 lb-ft
	3,609 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.6
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 4.4

P.I. Class: C-481




2004 Volvo #24 At-Speed S60 R
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	450 hp / 421 lb-ft
	2,900 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 7.3
Braking - 6.5
Handling - 6.2
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4


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United Kingdom	Total Cars: 24
==============================

Aston Martin
____________

2001 Aston Martin V12 Vanquish
Cost: $121,500

Specs:	469 hp / 400 lb-ft
	4,012 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.5
Acceleration - 4.4
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 4.3
Rarity - 7.3

P.I. Class: B-685




2005 Aston Martin DB9 Coupe
Cost: $123,000

Specs:	457 hp / 420 lb-ft
	3,770 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 4.8
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 7.2

P.I. Class: A-701




Bentley
_______

2004 Bentley Continental GT
Cost: $97,000

Specs:	552 hp / 479 lb-ft
	5,350 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 7.1
Acceleration - 4.4
Braking - 3.3
Handling - 3.7
Rarity - 7.6

P.I. Class: B-574




2003 Bentley #7 Team Bentley Speed 8
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	633 hp / 589 lb-ft
	1,984 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 8.9
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.7
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




Jaguar
______

2007 Jaguar XK Coupe
Cost: $65,500

Specs:	300 hp / 303 lb-ft
	3,516 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.3
Acceleration - 4.2
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 6.0

P.I. Class: B-563




1961 Jaguar E-type S1
Cost: $66,500

Specs:	265 hp / 260 lb-ft
	2,687 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 4.2
Braking - 3.3
Handling - 3.1
Rarity - 8.3

P.I. Class: D-339




1993 Jaguar XJ220
Cost: $236,000

Specs:	542 hp / 475 lb-ft
	2,976 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.1
Acceleration - 6.4
Braking - 5.1
Handling - 5.1
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: S-870




Lotus
_____

2003 Lotus Elise 135R
Cost: $35,000

Specs:	135 hp / 126 lb-ft
	1,669 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.5
Acceleration - 4.1
Braking - 5.1
Handling - 4.9
Rarity - 4.9

P.I. Class: C-491




1972 Lotus Elan Sprint
Cost: $39,500

Specs:	126 hp / 113 lb-ft
	1,585 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.1
Acceleration - 3.7
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.2
Rarity - 6.3

P.I. Class: D-145




2005 Lotus Elise 111S
Cost: $46,500

Specs:	189 hp / 138 lb-ft
	1,975 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.0
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 4.6
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 5.2

P.I. Class: C-540




2005 Lotus Exige
Cost: $69,000

Specs:	189 hp / 133 lb-ft
	1,929 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.8
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 5.4
Handling - 5.2
Rarity - 6.1

P.I. Class: B-571




2002 Lotus Esprit V8
Cost: $94,000

Specs:	350 hp / 295 lb-ft
	2,968 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 5.2
Braking - 4.3
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 6.1

P.I. Class: B-695




2006 Lotus Exige Cup 240
Cost: $120,500

Specs:	244 hp / 174 lb-ft
	2,050 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.6
Acceleration - 5.2
Braking - 5.3
Handling - 5.2
Rarity - 7.1

P.I. Class: B-700




1989 Lotus Carlton
Cost: $63,000

Specs:	377 hp / 419 lb-ft
	3,649 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 5.8

P.I. Class: B-569




McLaren
_______

1997 McLaren F1 GT
Cost: $250,000

Specs:	627 hp / 480 lb-ft
	2,469 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.3
Acceleration - 7.3
Braking - 5.8
Handling - 5.7
Rarity - 9.9

P.I. Class: S-985




1997 McLaren #43 Team BMW Motorsport McLaren F1 GTR
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	595 hp / 506 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 8.7
Braking - 8.3
Handling - 8.0
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: R2




1997 McLaren #41 Team McLaren F1 GTR
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	595 hp / 506 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 8.7
Braking - 8.3
Handling - 8.0
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: R2




TVR
___

2001 TVR Tuscan S
Cost: $172,000

Specs:	380 hp / 320 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 5.6
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 8.5

P.I. Class: A-751




2005 TVR Sagaris
Cost: $203,500

Specs:	400 hp / 320 lb-ft
	2,377 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 5.5
Braking - 4.9
Handling - 5.0
Rarity - 8.9

P.I. Class: A-806




2001 TVR Tuscan R
Cost: $220,500

Specs:	450 hp / 350 lb-ft
	2,337 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.0
Acceleration - 5.7
Braking - 4.7
Handling - 4.7
Rarity - 9.2

P.I. Class: A-834




1998 TVR Cerbera Speed 12
Cost: $250,000

Specs:	800 hp / 649 lb-ft
	2,359 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 8.6
Acceleration - 7.1
Braking - 5.7
Handling - 5.7
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: U-999




Vauxhall
________

2006 Vauxhall Astra VXR
Cost: $15,500

Specs:	241 hp / 236 lb-ft
	3,071 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 3.4
Braking - 3.9
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.2

P.I. Class: D-398




2004 Vauzhall VX220 Turbo
Cost: $34,500

Specs:	197 hp / 185 lb-ft
	2,050 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.7
Acceleration - 4.7
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.1
Rarity - 4.5

P.I. Class: B-564




2005 Vauxhall Monaro VXR
Cost: $50,000

Specs:	403 hp / 391 lb-ft
	3,697 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.3
Acceleration - 4.6
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 5.1

P.I. Class: B-582


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North America							      FM2-08-03
===============================================================================

Here are the cars that are available in the North America region. 
There are a total of 80 cars in the North America region.

==============================
United States	Total Cars: 80
==============================


Acura
_____

2002 Acura RSX Type-S
Cost: $10,500

Specs:	200 hp / 142 lb-ft
	2,778 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.2
Acceleration - 3.2
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.1

P.I. Class: D-343




2001 Acura Integra Type-R
Cost: $11,000

Specs:	195 hp / 130 lb-ft
	2,557 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.6
Acceleration - 3.2
Braking - 3.4
Handling - 3.6
Rarity - 3.7

P.I. Class: D-361




2006 Acura RL A-Spec
Cost: $14,500

Specs:	300 hp / 259 lb-ft
	3,969 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.2
Acceleration - 3.1
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 4.1

P.I. Class: D-399




1997 Acura NSX
cost: $73,000

Specs:	290 hp / 224 lb-ft
	3,066 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 4.1
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 6.1

P.I. Class: B-590




2005 Acura NSX
Cost: $75,500

Specs:	290 hp / 225 lb-ft
	3,153 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 6.2

P.I. Class: B-592




2000 Acura VIS Racing Integra Type-R
Cost: $93,500

Specs:	197 hp / 137 lb-ft
	2,403 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.6
Acceleration - 3.7
Braking - 4.3
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 8.6

P.I. Class: C-507




2002 Acura #42 Realtime Racing NSX
Cost: $275,500

Specs:	412 hp / 290 lb-ft
	2,524 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 6.7
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.3
Rarity - 9.2

P.I. Class: R4




Buick
_____

1987 Buick Regal GNX
Cost: $17,500

Specs:	276 hp / 360 lb-ft
	3,545 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.6
Acceleration - 3.8
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.6
Rarity - 4.6

P.I. Class: D-377




Cadillac
________

2004 Cadillac CTS-V
Cost: $41,500

Specs:	400 hp / 395 lb-ft
	3,907 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.4
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 4.9

P.I. Class: C-549




2004 Cadillac #16 Team Cadillac CTS-V
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	500 hp / 420 lb-ft
	2,954 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 6.6
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.2
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




2002 Cadillac #6 Team Cadillac Northstar LMP-02
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	580 hp / 550 lb-ft
	1,984 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 8.8
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.6
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




Chevrolet
_________

2005 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Coupe
Cost: $11,000

Specs:	205 hp / 200 lb-ft
	2,931 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.6
Acceleration - 3.4
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.6

P.I. Class: D-374




2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS
Cost: $20,000

Specs:	325 hp / 340 lb-ft
	3,323 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.4
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.9

P.I. Class: C-511




1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Coupe
Cost: $47,500

Specs:	375 hp / 415 lb-ft
	3,527 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.9
Acceleration - 4.2
Braking - 3.1
Handling - 3.1
Rarity - 6.3

P.I. Class: D-354




1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
Cost: $52,000

Specs:	290 hp / 290 lb-ft
	3,415 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.3
Acceleration - 3.5
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.7
Rarity - 6.6

P.I. Class: D-383




1970 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1
Cost: $91,500

Specs:	370 hp / 380 lb-ft
	3,330 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.9
Acceleration - 4.7
Braking - 3.2
Handling - 3.3
Rarity - 7.5

P.I. Class: C-448




1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 427
Cost: $94,000

Specs:	425 hp / 460 lb-ft
	3,175 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.6
Acceleration - 4.9
Braking - 3.3
Handling - 3.1
Rarity - 7.4

P.I. Class: C-459




2002 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
Cost: $111,500

Specs:	405 hp / 400 lb-ft
	3,117 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.9
Acceleration - 5.3
Braking - 4.4
Handling - 4.8
Rarity - 6.2

P.I. Class: A-756




2006 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
Cost: $132,500

Specs:	505 hp / 470 lb-ft
	3,130 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.7
Acceleration - 6.0
Braking - 4.7
Handling - 5.0
Rarity - 6.2

P.I. Class: A-841




2003 Chevrolet Corvette Guldstrand Edition
Cost: $177,000

Specs:	502 hp / 520 lb-ft
	3,474 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.5
Acceleration - 5.4
Braking - 4.4
Handling - 4.7
Rarity - 8.1

P.I. Class: A-790




2002 Chevrolet Lingenfelter 427 Corvette
Cost: $241,000

Specs:	725 hp / 729 lb-ft
	3,117 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 9.0
Acceleration - 6.0
Braking - 4.5
Handling - 4.7
Rarity - 8.8

P.I. Class: S-911




2005 Chevrolet #99 Tiger Racing Corvette Z06
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	485 hp / 420 lb-ft
	2,950 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 6.8
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.3
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS-454
Cost: $51,000

Specs:	450 hp / 500 lb-ft
	3,260 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.6
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.0
Handling - 3.0
Rarity - 6.6

P.I. Class: D-353




1996 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport
Cost: $98,000

Specs:	330 hp / 340 lb-ft
	3,351 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 4.4
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.5
Rarity - 6.8

P.I. Class: B-637




2005 Chevrolet #31 Whelen Engineering Corvette Z06
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	485 hp / 420 lb-ft
	2,950 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 6.6
Braking - 6.5
Handling - 6.3
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




2003 Chevrolet #73 3R-Racing Corvette Z06
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	485 hp / 420 lb-ft
	2,950 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 6.7
Braking - 6.6
Handling - 6.3
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




2004 Chevrolet #3 Corvette Racing C5.R
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	620 hp / 531 lb-ft
	2,425 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 7.7
Braking - 8.3
Handling - 8.0
Rarity - 9.7

P.I. Class: R2




2006 Chevrolet #4 Corvette Racing C6.R
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	590 hp / 639 lb-ft
	2,381 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.3
Acceleration - 7.6
Braking - 8.3
Handling - 8.0
Rarity - 9.7

P.I. Class: R2




Chrysler
________

2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser GT
Cost: $10,000

Specs:	220 hp / 245 lb-ft
	3,101 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 3.5
Acceleration - 3.4
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 3.7
Rarity - 3.0

P.I. Class: D-286




1998 Chrysler Eagle Talon TSi Turbo
Cost: $10,500

Specs:	210 hp / 214 lb-ft
	3,142 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 4.9
Acceleration - 3.4
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.2

P.I. Class: D-354




2006 Chrysler Crossfire SRT6
Cost: $30,000

Specs:	330 hp / 310 lb-ft
	3,239 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.5
Acceleration - 4.2
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 4.4

P.I. Class: C-537




1968 Chrysler Plymouth Barracuda Formula-S
Cost: $53,500

Specs:	337 hp / 425 lb-ft
	3,338 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 4.1
Braking - 3.2
Handling - 3.2
Rarity - 6.9

P.I. Class: D-337




2005 Chrysler ME Four-Twelve Concept
Cost: $250,000

Specs:	850 hp / 849 lb-ft
	2,880 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 8.6
Acceleration - 7.7
Braking - 6.1
Handling - 6.0
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: U-999




Dodge
_____

2004 Dodge SRT4
Cost: $16,000

Specs:	230 hp / 250 lb-ft
	2,900 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.7
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.4

P.I. Class:  C-441




1996 Dodge Stealth R/T Turbo
Cost: $22,000

Specs:	320 hp / 312 lb-ft
	3,671 lbs
	AWD

Speed - 5.6
Acceleration - 3.7
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.1

P.I. Class: C-509




2006 dodge Charger SRT8
Cost: $31,500

Specs:	427 hp / 420 lb-ft
	4,160 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.1
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 4.4

P.I. Class: B-552




2003 Dodge Viper SRT10
Cost: $134,000

Specs:	510 hp / 535 lb-ft
	3,450 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.5
Acceleration - 5.7
Braking - 4.7
Handling - 4.9
Rarity - 6.5

P.I. Class: A-807




2003 Dodge Viper Competition Coupe
Cost: $249,500

Specs:	520 hp / 540 lb-ft
	2,995 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.0
Acceleration - 6.4
Braking - 5.8
Handling - 5.7
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: S-898




1969 Dodge Charger R/T-SE
Cost: $51,000

Specs:	375 hp / 480 lb-ft
	3,437 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.9
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.0
Handling - 3.0
Rarity - 6.7

P.I. Class: D-333




1999 Dodge Viper GTS ACR
Cost: $128,500

Specs:	460 hp / 500 lb-ft
	3,450 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 5.5
Braking - 4.9
Handling - 4.9
Rarity - 6.6

P.I. Class: A-774




2000 Dodge Hennessey Viper 800TT
Cost: $241,000

Specs:	833 hp / 901 lb-ft
	3,450 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 8.5
Acceleration - 6.9
Braking - 4.9
Handling - 5.1
Rarity - 8.8

P.I. Class: S-953




2004 Dodge #22 3R-Racing Viper Competition Coupe
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	520 hp / 540 lb-ft
	3,075 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 6.9
Braking - 6.7
Handling - 6.5
Rarity - 9.2

P.I. Class: R4




2003 Dodge #23 Magellan Financial Viper Competition Coupe
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	520 hp / 540 lb-ft
	3,075 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 6.9
Braking - 6.7
Handling - 6.5
Rarity - 9.2

P.I. Class: R4




2003 Dodge #126 Team Zakspeed Viper GTS-R
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	537 hp / 457 lb-ft
	2,557 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.6
Braking - 7.4
Handling - 7.0
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: R3




2002 Dodge #1 Team Zakspeed Viper GTS-R
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	537 hp / 457 lb-ft
	2,557 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.6
Braking - 7.4
Handling - 7.0
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: R3




2005 Dodge #77 Team Zakspeed Viper ACR
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	537 hp / 457 lb-ft
	2,557 lbs
	RWd

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.5
Braking - 7.4
Handling - 7.0
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: R3




2000 Dodge #57 Carsport Holland Viper GTS-R
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	460 hp / 579 lb-ft
	2,657 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 7.2
Braking - 7.8
Handling - 7.5
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: R3




2001 Dodge #58 Larbre Compétition Viper GTS-R
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	590 hp / 626 lb-ft
	2,750 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.3
Braking - 7.8
Handling - 7.4
Rarity - 9.3

P.I. Class: R3




Ford
____

2003 Ford Focus SVT
Cost: $9,500

Specs:	170 hp / 145 lb-ft
	2,769 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 3.4
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.9
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 3.5

P.I. Class: D-263




2006 Ford Focus ST
Cost: $11,500

Specs:	223 hp / 236 lb-ft
	3,069 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.2
Acceleration - 3.6
Braking - 3.8
Handling - 4.0
Rarity - 3.6

P.I. Class: D-377




2005 Ford Mustang GT
Cost: $22,000

Specs:	300 hp / 320 lb-ft
	3,523 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.4
Acceleration - 4.0
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 4.5

P.I. Class: C-428




1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429
Cost: $54,000

Specs:	375 hp / 450 lb-ft
	3,530 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.8
Acceleration - 4.2
Braking - 3.0
Handling - 3.1
Rarity - 6.9

P.I. Class: D-349




2003 Ford FocusSport SVT Focus
Cost: $175,000

Specs:	334 hp / 340 lb-ft
	2,250 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 5.6
Acceleration - 5.0
Braking - 4.3
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 8.9

P.I. Class: A-736




2004 Ford #10 Tiger Racing Mustang
Cost: $275,000

Specs:	430 hp / 350 lb-ft
	2,729 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 6.5
Braking - 6.7
Handling - 6.4
Rarity - 9.1

P.I. Class: R4




2000 Ford Mustang Cobra R
Cost: $74,500

Specs:	385 hp / 385 lb-ft
	3,580 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 4.6
Braking - 4.4
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 5.7

P.I. Class: B-647




2005 Ford Ford GT
Cost: $206,000

Specs:	550 hp / 500 lb-ft
	3,468 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.1
Acceleration - 6.2
Braking - 4.8
Handling - 4.9
Rarity - 8.5

P.I. Class: A-838




1966 Ford GT40 MkII
Cost: $236,000

Specs:	486 hp / 475 lb-ft
	1,962 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 8.3
Acceleration - 6.4
Braking - 4.3
Handling - 4.6
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: S-870




Infiniti
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2003 Infiniti G35 Coupe
Cost: $20,000

Specs:	280 hp / 270 lb-ft
	3,485 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.7
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.2

P.I. Class: C-453




Lexus
_____

2003 Lexus IS300
Cost: $10,500

Specs:	215 hp / 218 lb-ft
	3,306 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.9
Acceleration - 3.3
Braking - 3.5
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 3.7

P.I. Class: D-328




2006 Lexus IS350
Cost: $22,000

Specs:	306 hp / 277 lb-ft
	3,527 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.6
Acceleration - 4.1
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.2

P.I. Class: C-482




2002 Lexus SC430
Cost: $23,500

Specs:	300 hp / 325 lb-ft
	3,836 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.1
Acceleration - 3.9
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.5

P.I. Class: C-445




2003 Lexus Foose Design IS430 Project Car
Cost: $127,000

Specs:	340 hp / 300 lb-ft
	3,350 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.1
Acceleration - 4.5
Braking - 4.0
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 8.9

P.I. Class: B-602




Panoz
_____

2005 Panoz Esperante GTLM
Cost: $133,500

Specs:	420 hp / 390 lb-ft
	3,384 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.5
Acceleration - 5.0
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 4.4
Rarity - 7.7

P.I. Class: B-695




2005 Panoz #51 JML Team Panoz Esperante GTLM
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	500 hp / 450 lb-ft
	2,646 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.1
Braking - 7.6
Handling - 7.3
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: R3




2006 Panoz #81 Team LNT Panoz Esperante GTLM
Cost: $300,000

Specs:	500 hp / 450 lb-ft
	2,646 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.8
Acceleration - 7.1
Braking - 7.6
Handling - 7.3
Rarity - 9.5

P.I. Class: R3




2003 Panoz #11 JML Team Panoz LMP-01
Cost: $350,000

Specs:	620 hp / 538 lb-ft
	1,984 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.3
Acceleration - 9.0
Braking - 9.9
Handling - 9.6
Rarity - 10.0

P.I. Class: R1




Pontiac
_______

2006 Pontiac Solstice
Cost: $10,000

Specs:	177 hp / 166 lb-ft
	2,859 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 3.6
Acceleration - 3.1
Braking - 4.2
Handling - 4.2
Rarity - 3.8

P.I. Class: D-313




2004 Pontiac GTO
Cost: $21,000

Specs:	350 hp / 365 lb-ft
	3,725 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.2
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 4.0

P.I. Class: C-523




1968 Pontiac GTO Hardtop
Cost: $50,500

Specs:	385 hp / 450 lb-ft
	3,505 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.7
Acceleration - 4.3
Braking - 3.1
Handling - 3.1
Rarity - 6.5

P.I. Class: D-364




Saleen
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2000 Saleen S281
Cost: $51,500

Specs:	365 hp / 400 lb-ft
	3,064 lbs
	RWd

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 4.4
Braking - 3.6
Handling - 3.8
Rarity - 5.4

P.I. Class: C-547




2004 Saleen S7
Cost: $250,000

Specs:	550 hp / 525 lb-ft
	2,865 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 7.5
Acceleration - 6.9
Braking - 6.5
Handling - 6.6
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: S-963




2001 Saleen #26 Konrad Motorsports S7R
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	631 hp / 609 lb-ft
	2,646 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.3
Acceleration - 8.7
Braking - 8.4
Handling - 8.0
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: R2




2002 Saleen #11 Graham Nash Motorsport S7R
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	631 hp / 609 lb-ft
	2,646 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.3
Acceleration - 8.7
Braking - 8.4
Handling - 8.0
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: R2




2003 Saleen #2 Konrad Motorsports S7R
Cost: $325,000

Specs:	631 hp / 609 lb-ft
	2,646 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.3
Acceleration - 8.7
Braking - 8.4
Handling - 8.0
Rarity - 9.8

P.I. Class: R2




Saturn
______

2006 Saturn ION Red Line
Cost: $11,000

Specs:	205 hp / 200 lb-ft
	2,952 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 4.4
Acceleration - 3.4
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.4

P.I. Class: D-384




Scion
_____

2005 Scion tC
Cost: $9,000

Specs:	160 hp / 163 lb-ft
	2,905 lbs
	FWD

Speed - 3.7
Acceleration - 3.0
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 3.0

P.I. Class: D-228




Shelby
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2007 Shelby GT500
Cost: $68,500

Specs:	500 hp / 480 lb-ft
	3,920 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 6.6
Acceleration - 4.6
Braking - 3.7
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 5.5

P.I. Class: B-642




1965 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C
Cost: $180,000

Specs:	491 hp / 500 lb-ft
	2,350 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.8
Acceleration - 5.9
Braking - 4.1
Handling - 3.9
Rarity - 8.6

P.I. Class: A-765




1968 Shelby Mustang GT-500KR
Cost: $68,000

Specs:	339 hp / 440 lb-ft
	3,569 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 4.9
Acceleration - 4.1
Braking - 3.1
Handling - 3.1
Rarity - 8.6

P.I. Class: D-333




1999 Shelby Series 1
Cost: $164,000

Specs:	320 hp / 290 lb-ft
	2,650 lbs
	RWD

Speed - 5.9
Acceleration - 5.3
Braking - 4.7
Handling - 4.9
Rarity - 8.4

P.I. Class: A-737



===============================================================================
Level Rewards: Driver Level Rewards				      FM2-09-01
===============================================================================

Here is a list of the rewards you get for each level you gain. Once you hit 50
you can change your region and you will transfer your discounts and the rewards
also change. So lets say you go from Asia at 50 to Europe. You lose the
discounts from Asia, but gain the discount in the Europe area, on top of that
you have different locked and unlocked cars. At certain levels in each region
there are certain locked cars, which once you leave that region, will be locked
again.

Overall to get from Level 0 to Level 50 it takes 7 million xp.

==============================
Asia
==============================

Level 01: Asian Car Discount - 5% discount on production cars

Level 02: Asian Car Discount - 10% discount on production cars

Level 03: Asian Car Discount - 15% discount on production cars

Level 04: Asian Car Discount - 20% discount on production cars

Level 05: Asian Car Discount - 25% discount on production cars, Nissan sends
                               you a 1969 Nissan Fairlady Z 432R - C-482

Level 06: Porsche - New production models available

Level 07: Cheverolet Camaro - New Camaro production models available

Level 08: Lexus - New production models available

Level 09: Audi - New production models available

Level 10: Asian Car Discount - 30% discount on production cars, Mitsubishi
                               sends you a 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
                               VIII MR - B-573

Level 11: Vauxhall - New production models available

Level 12: Ford Mustang - New Mustang production models available

Level 13: Lotus - New production models available

Level 14: Chrysler - New production models available

Level 15: Asian Car Discount - 35% discount on production cars, Subarau sends
                               you a 1998 Subaru Impreza 22B STi - B-557

Level 16: Dodge - New production models available

Level 17: BMW Motorsport - New production models available

Level 18: Chevrolet Corvette - New classic Corvette models available

Level 19: Porsche 911 - New Porsche 911 production models available

Level 20: Asian Car Discount - 40% discount on production cars, Nissan sends
                               you a 2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II
                               Nür - B-666

Level 21: Acura NSX - New Acura NSX prodction models available

Level 22: Ferrari 12-Cylinder - New Ferrari 12-cylinder prodcution models
                                available

Level 23: Ferrari 8-Cylinder - New Ferrari 8-cylinder production models
                               available

Level 24: Ferrari Classics - New classic models available

Level 25: Asian Car Discount - 45% discount onf production cars, Mazda sends
                               you a 2002 Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type-A - B-579

Level 26: Chevrolet Corvette Z06 - New Corvette Z06 production models available

Level 27: Shelby - New production models available

Level 28: TVR - New production models available

Level 29: Dodge viper - New Dodge Viper production models available

Level 30: Asian Car Discount - 50% discount on production cars, Honda sends you
                               a 2005 Honda NSX-R GT - B-684

Level 31: Champion Racing - New Audi Champion race models available

Level 32: Nissan 350z Racecars - New Nissan 350Z race models available

Level 33: Lamborghini Supercars - New Lamborghini supercar models available

Level 34: Porsche Supercars - New Porsche supercar models available

Level 35: Subaru - Subaru sends you a 2003 Subaru #77 CUSCO SUBARU ADVAN
                   IMPREZA - R4

Level 36: Ferrari Supercars - New Ferrari supercar models available

Level 37: Porsche Racecars - New Porsche race models available

Level 38: Pagani Supercars - New Pagani supercar models available

Level 39: Ford Supercars - New Ford supercar models available

Level 40: Toyota - Toyota sends you a 2006 Toyota #25 ECLIPSE ADVAN SUPRA - R3

Level 41: Mercedes Supercars - New Mercedes supercar models available

Level 42: Koenigsegg Supercars - New Koenigsegg supercar models available

Level 43: Zakspeed Racing - New Dodge Zakspeed Viper race models available

Level 44: McLaren Supercars - New McLaren supercar models available

Level 45: Nissan - Nissan sent you a 1998 Nissan #32 NISSAN R390 GT1 - R2

Level 46: Ferrari Racecars - New Ferrari race models available

Level 47: Chevrolet Corvette Racing - New Chevrolet Corvette race models
                                      available

Level 48: Saleen Supercars - New Saleen supercar models available

Level 49: Audi Sport Racing - New Audi Sport race models available

Level 50: Toyota - Toyota sent you a 1999 Toyota #3 Toyota Motorsports GT-ONE
                   TS020 - R1


==============================
Europe
==============================

Level 01: European Car Discount - 5% discount on production cars

Level 02: European Car Discount - 10% discount on produciton cars

Level 03: European Car Discount - 15% discount on production cars

Level 04: European Car Discount - 20% discount on production cars

Level 05: European Car Discount - 25% discount on production cars, Jaguar sends
                                  you a 1961 Jaguar E-type S1 - D-339

Level 06: Toyota - New production models available

Level 07: Honda - New production models available

Level 08: Nissan Fairlady Z - New Nissan Fairlady Z production models available

Level 09: Chevrolet Camaro - New Chevrolet Camaro production models available

Level 10: European Car Discount - 30% discount on production cars, Lancia sends
                                  you a 1974 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale - D-377

Level 11: Mitsubishi - New production models available

Level 12: Nissan Silvia - New Nissan Silvia production models available

Level 13: Lexus - New production models available

Level 14: Ford Mustang - New Ford Mustang production models available

Level 15: European Car Discount - 35% discount on production cars, Porsche
                                  sends you a 1982 Porsche 911 Turbo
                                  3.3 - B-569

Level 16: Mitsubshi Lancer Evolution - New Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
                                       production models available

Level 17: Chrysler - New production models available

Level 18: Subaru Impreza - New Subaru Impreza production models available

Level 19: Dodge - New production models available

Level 20: European Car Discount - 40% discount on production cars, Lotus sends
                                  you a 1989 Lotus Carlton - B-569

Level 21: Mazda - New production models available

Level 22: Chevrolet Corvette - New Chevrolet Corvette class models available

Level 23: Acura NSX - New Acura NSX production models available

Level 24: Honda NSX-R - New Honda NSX-R production models available

Level 25: European Car Discount - 45% discount on production cars, Porsche
                                  sends you a 1987 Porsche 959 - A-755

Level 26: Nissan Skyline - New Nissan Skyline production models available

Level 27: Chevrolet Corvette Z06 - New Chevrolet Corvette Z06 production models
                                   available

Level 28: Shelby - New production models available

Level 29: Dodge Viper - New Dodge Viper production models available

Level 30: European Car Discount - 50% discount on production cars, Ferrari
                                  sends you a 1998 Ferrari F355
                                  Challenge - A-800

Level 31: Champion Racing - New Audi Champion race models available

Level 32: Nissan 350z Racecars - New Nissan 350Z race models available

Level 33: Lamborghini Supercars - New Lamborghini supercar models available

Level 34: Porsche Supercars - New Porsche supercar models available

Level 35: Porsche - Porsche sends you a 2005 Porsche #3 Lechner Racing School
                    Team 1 911 GT3 Cup - R4

Level 36: Ferrari Supercars - New Ferrari supercar models available

Level 37: Porsche Racecars - New Porsche race models available

Level 38: Pagani Supercars - New Pagani supercar models available

Level 39: Ford Supercars - New Ford supercar models available

Level 40: BMW Motorsport - BMW Motorsport sends you a 2005 BMW Motorsport #2
                           BMW Motorsport M3-GTR - R3

Level 41: Mercedes Supercars - New Mercedes supercar models available

Level 42: Koenigsegg Supercars - New Koenigsegg supercar models available

Level 43: Zakspeed Racing - New Dodge Zakspeed Viper race models available

Level 44: McLaren Supercars - New McLaren supercar models available

Level 45: McLaren - McLaren sends you a 1997 McLaren #41 Team McLaren F1
                    GTR - R2

Level 46: Ferrari Racecars - New Ferrari race models available

Level 47: Chevrolet Corvette Racing - New Chevrolet Corvette race models
                                      available

Level 48: Saleen Supercars - New Saleen supercar models available

Level 49: Audi Sport Racing - New Audi Sport race models available

Level 50: Audi - Audi sends you a 2002 Audi #1 Infineon Audi R8 - R1


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===============================================================================
Level Rewards: Car Level Rewards				      FM2-09-02
===============================================================================

Acura
_____

Level 1: 10% discount on Flywheel upgrades by Toda USA. This discount is
         available for Acura, Infiniti, Lexus, and Scion.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Comptech. This
         discount is available for Acura.

Level 3: 10% discount on Centrifugal Supercharger upgrades by Comptech. This
         discount is available for Acura and Honda.

Level 4: 10% discount on Tire Compound upgrades by Toyo. This discount is
         available for all cars.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by Comptech.
         This discount is available for Acura.


Aston Martin
____________

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Audi
____

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Bentley
_______

Level 1: 10% discount on Rim Style upgrades by MHT. This discount is available
         for all cars.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Bentley. This
         discount is available for Bentley.

Level 3: 10% discount on Brakes upgrades by Alcon. This discount is available
         for Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar, Lotus, McLaren, Peugeot, Renault,
         TVR, and Vauxhall.

Level 4: 10% discount on Turbo upgrades by Turbonetics. This discount is
         available for Bentley and Jaguar.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


BMW Motorsport
______________

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         

Buick
_____

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Cadillac
________


Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Chevrolet
_________

Level 1: 10% discount on Clutch upgrades by Tilton. This upgrades is available
         for Acura, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Infiniti, Pontiac, and Saturn.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by GM Performance
         Div. This discount is available for Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and
         Pontiac.

Level 3: 10% discount on Fuel System upgrades by Holley. This discount is
         available for Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Pontiac, and Saturn.

Level 4: 10% discount on Turbo upgrades by Squires. This discount is available
         for Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and Pontiac.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by
         Performance Div. This discount is available for Buick, Cadillac,
         Chevrolet, and Pontiac.


Chrysler
________

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Dodge
_____

Level 1: 10% discount on Differential upgrades by Mopar. This discount is
         available for Chrysler and Dodge.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Mopar. This
         discount is available for Chrysler and Dodge.

Level 3: 10% discount on Intake upgrades by K&N. This discount is available for
         Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Lexus. Panoz, Saleen, Scion, and Shelby.

Level 4: 10% discount on Turbo upgrades by Hahn Racecraft. This upgrade is
         available for Chrysler and Dodge.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades. This
         discount is available for Chrysler and Dodge.


Ferrari
_______

Level 1: 10% discount on Turbo upgrades by Ferrari. This discount is available
         for Ferrari.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Ferrari. This
         discount is available for Ferrari.

Level 3: 10% discount on Centrifugal Supercharger upgrades by Novitec. this
         discount is available for Ferrari, Lancia, and Maserati.

Level 4: 10% discount on Tire Compound upgrades by Bridgestone. This discount
         is available for all cars.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by Ferrari.
         This discount is available for Ferrari.


Ford
____

Level 1: 10% discount on Anti-roll Bars upgrades by Ford Racing Parts. This
         discount is available for Ford, Saleen, and Shelby.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Ford Racing
         Parts. This discount is available for Ford and Proto Motors.

Level 3: 10% discount on Turbo upgrades by Pro Turbo Systems. This discount is
         available for Ford, Panoz, Saleen, and Shelby.

Level 4: 10% discount on Positive Displacement Supercharger by Whipple. This
         discount is available for Ford, Panoz, and Shelby.

Level 5: 10% discount on 
         


Honda
_____

Level 1: 10% discount on Clutch upgrades by Exedy. This discount is available
         for Honda, Hyundai, Mitsubishi, and Proto Motors.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Mugen. This
         discount is available for Honda.

Level 3: 10% discount on Intake upgrades by AEM Asia. This discount is
         available for Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Proto Motors,
         Subaru, and Toyota.

Level 4: 10% discount on Positive Displacement Supercharger upgrades by Jackson
         Racing. This discount is available for Acura and Honda.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by Mugen.
         This discount is available for Honda.


Hyundai
_______

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Infiniti
________

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Jaguar
______

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Koenigsegg
__________

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Lamborghini
___________

Level 1: 10% discount on Clutch upgrades by Sachs. This discount is available
         for Audi, BMW Motorsports, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lancia, Maserati,
         Mercedes, Opel, Pagani, and Porsche.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Reiter
         Engineering. This discount is available for Lamborghini.

Level 3: 10% discount on Intercooler upgrades by Hamann. This discount is
         available for Ferrari, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, Lancia, Maserati and
         Pagani.

Level 4: 10% discount on Turbo upgrades by Reiter Engineering. This discount is
         available for Lamborghini.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by Reiter
         Engineering. This discount is available for Lamborghini.


Lancia
______

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Lexus
_____

Level 1: 10% discount on Springs and Dampers upgrades by H&R USA. This discount
         is available for Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Lexus, Panoz, Saleen, Scion
         and Shelby.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Lexus. This
         discount is available for Lexus.

Level 3: 10% discount on Exhaust upgrades by Magnaflow. This discount is
         available for Acura, Infiniti, Lexus, and Scion.

Level 4: 10% discount on Centrifugal Supercharger upgrades by Lexus. This
         discount is available for Lexus and Saleen.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by Lexus.
         This discount is available for Lexus.


Lotus
_____

Level 1: 10% discount on Clutch upgrades by AP Racing. This discount is
         available for Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar, Koenigsegg, Lotus,
         McLaren, Peugeot, Renault, Saab, and TVR.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Lotus Sport.
         This discount is available for Lotus.

Level 3: 10% discount on Intercooler upgrades by HKS Europe. This discount is
         available for Lotus, Opel, and Vauxhall.

Level 4: 10% discount on Positive Displacement Supercharger upgrades by Eaton.
         This discount is available for BMW Motorsport, Hyundai, Jaguar, Lotus,
         Mazda, Mercedes, Porsche, and Proto Motors.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Maserati
________

Level 1: 10% discount on Rim Style upgrades by Momo. This discount is available
         for all cars.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Maserati. This
         discount is available for Maserati.

Level 3: 10% discount on Brakes upgrades by Brembo. This discount is available
         for BMW Motorsport, Ferrari, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, Lancia,
         Maserati, Pagani, Saab, and Volvo.

Level 4: 10% discount on Exhaust upgrades by Tubi. This discount is available
         for Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lancia, Maserati, and Pagani.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by Maserati.
         This discount is available for Maserati.


Mazda
_____

Level 1: 10% discount on Flywheel upgrades by ACT. This discount is available
         for Hyundai, Mazda, Proto Motors, and Subaru.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by MAZDASPEED.
         This discount is available for Mazda.

Level 3: 10% discount on Exhaust upgrades by HKS. This discount is available
         for Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Proto Motors, Subaru
         and Toyota.

Level 4: 10% discount on Fuel System upgrades by Greddy. This discount is
         available for Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, and Toyota.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


McLaren
_______

Level 1: 10% discount on Rim Style upgrades by Enkei. This discount is
         available for all cars.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by McLaren. This
         discount is available for McLaren.

Level 3: 10% discount on Exhaust upgrades by Ansa. This discount is available
         for Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar, Koenigsegg, McLaren, Saab, and
         Volvo.

Level 4: 10% discount on Ignition upgrades by GEMS. This discount is available
         for Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar, Lotus, McLaren, Peugeot, Renault,
         TVR, and Vauxhall.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by McLaren.
         This discount is available for McLaren.


Mercedes
________

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


MINI
____

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Mitsubishi
__________

Level 1: 10% discount on Weight Reduction upgrades by Bride. This discount is
         available for Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Proto Motors,
         Subaru, and Toyota.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Ralliart. This
         discount is available for Mitsubishi.

Level 3: 10% discount on Intercooler upgrades by HKS. This discount is
         available for Mitsubishi, Nissan, and Toyota.

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Nissan
______

Level 1: 10% discount on Springs and Dampers upgrades by JIC-Magic. This
         discount is available for Mitsubishi, Nissan, and Toyota.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Opel
____

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Pagani
______

Level 1: 10% discount on Flywheel upgrades by Quartermaster. This discount is
         available for Pagani, Saab, and Volvo.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by AMG. This
         discount is available for Mercedes and Pagani.

Level 3: 10% discount on Springs and Dampers upgrades by Moton. This discount
         is available for Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, Lancia, Pagani, Saab, and
         Volvo.

Level 4: 10% discount on Fuel System upgrades by Magnetti Marelli. This
         discount is available for BMW Motorsport, Ferrari, Koenigsegg,
         Lamborghini, Lancia, Maserati, Pagani, Saab, and Volvo.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by AMG. This
         discount is available for Mercedes and Pagani.


Panoz
_____

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Peugeot
_______

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Pontiac
_______

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Porsche
_______

Level 1: 10% discount on Anti-roll Bars upgrades by Eibach. This discount is
         available for Audi, BMW Motorsports, Mercedes, Porsche, SEAT, and
         Volkswagen.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Porsche
         Motorsport. This discount is available for Porsche.

Level 3: 10% discount on Centrifugal Supercharger upgrades by VF Engineering.
         This discount is available for Audi, BMW Motorsport, Porsche, and
         Volkswagen.

Level 4: 10% discount on Tire Compound upgrades by Pirelli. This discount is
         available for all cars.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Proto Motors
____________

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Renault
_______

Level 1: 10% discount on Springs and Dampers upgrades by Koni. This discount is
         available for Peugeot, Renault, and SEAT.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Saab
____

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Saleen
______

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Scion
_____

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


SEAT
____

Level 1: 10% discount on Differential upgrades by Quaife Europe. This discount
         is available for Audi, Mercedes, Opel, Porsche, SEAT, and Volkswagen.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by SEAT Sport.
         This discount is available for SEAT.

Level 3: 10% discount on Intercooler upgrades by Forge. This discount is
         available for Audi, Mercedes, Porsche, SEAT, and Volkswagen.

Level 4: 10% discount on Turbo upgrades by BMP Design. This discount is
         available for BMW Motorsport and SEAT.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by SEAT
         Sport. This discount is available for SEAT.


Shelby
______

Level 1: 10% discount on Tire Compound upgrades by Goodyear. This discount is
         available for all cars.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Shelby
         Automobiles. This discount is available for Shelby.

Level 3: 10% discount on Exhaust upgrades by Flowmaster. This discount is
         available for Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Panoz, Saleen, and Shelby.

Level 4: 10% discount on Centrifugal Supercharger upgrades by Paxton. This
         discount is available for Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Panoz, and Shelby.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Subaru
______

Level 1: 10% discount on Brakes upgrades by Endless. This discount is available
         for Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, and Toyota.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by Sti. This
         discount is available for Subaru.

Level 3: 10% discount on Intercooler upgrades by Spearco Asia. This discount is
         available for Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Proto Motors, and Subaru.

Level 4: 10% discount on Fuel System upgrades by AEM Asia. this discount is
         available for Honda, Hyundai, Proto Motors, and Subaru.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by Sti. This
         discount is available for Subaru.


Toyota
______

Level 1: 10% discount on Flywheel upgrades by Toda. This discount is available
         for Honda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, and Toyota.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by TRD. This
         discount is available for Scion and Toyota.

Level 3: 10% discount on Clutch upgrades by Ogura Clutch. This discount is
         available for Mazda, Nissan, Subaru, and Toyota.

Level 4: 10% discount on Centrifugal Supercharger upgrades by TRD. This
         discount is available for Scion and Toyota.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by TRD. This
         discount is available for Scion and Toyota.


TVR
___

Level 1: 10% discount on Anti-roll Bars upgrades by H&R. This discount is
         available for Lotus, Opel, Peugeot, Renault, TVR, and Vauxhall.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by TVR. This
         discount is available for TVR.

Level 3: 10% discount on Weight Reduction upgrades by Cobra. This discount is
         available for Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar, Lotus, McLaren, Peugeot,
         Renault, TVR, and Vauxhall.

Level 4: 10% discount on Exhaust upgrades by Borla. This discount is available
         for Lotus, TVR, Vauxhall.

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by TVR. This
         discount is available for TVR.


Vauxhall
________

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Volkswagen
__________

Level 1: 10% discount on Flywheel upgrades by Euro Sport. This discount is
         available for Audi, Mercedes, Porsche, and Volkswagen.

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         


Volvo
_____

Level 1: 10% discount on 
         

Level 2: 10% discount on Transmission and Driveline upgrades by 
         

Level 3: 10% discount on 
         

Level 4: 10% discount on 
         

Level 5: 10% discount on Cams and Valves and Engine Block upgrades by 
         



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FAQ									 FM2-10
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Q: Is there a way to play the in-game tracks while in a race.

A: Unfortunately not, the only thing to do is stream from your Xbox your own
   music, or find another way to play your own music.


Q: I keep fishtailing or spinning out when I am cornering or going through a
   turn. Why?!

A: The most common reason is because the car is a RWD car and you are
   accelerating too much causing oversteer. It is just basic physics and this
   happens in real life with RWD cars as well. The best explination is because
   of oversteer, which means that when you go through a turn instead of
   following what a normal turn would be, you turn too much into the turn
   causing you to fishtail, which again is normally caused by accelerating too
   much in a RWD car.

   Other then that, it may just be a bad tune (if you tried to do so) or
   several other factors, but this is the major reason why.


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Contact Info/Legal Stuff						 FM2-11
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First off thanks to all of you who read this, I hope you enjoyed it and it
helped you out! Thanks to all those emailing me with thanks for the guide as
well as for the tips and stuff. I hope this guide really helps you all out.

The guide is purely by me, nofxgamer, some material may have came from the
instruction booklet and directly from the game, any other outside sources
used will be given the deserved credit.

My contact info is as follows:

E-Mail: my_crack_habit@hotmail.com
MSN: my_crack_habit@hotmail.com
AIM: fatmikefatty
Xbox Live Gamertag: mattthecommie

Feel free to contact me about anything you may like to see updated, comments,
or anything else. If you are sending me an email or messaging me about
something incorrect or an update or a tip, please include the name you'd
like me to credit. Thanks!



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