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    1.  Introduction.....................................(intro)
    2.  Version History..................................(vhist)
    3.  Gameplay.........................................(gplay)
         A. What changed from FM3........................(chngd)
         B. Controls.....................................(ctrls)
         C. Game Menus...................................(gmenu)
         D. Driving Assists..............................(assts)
         E. Storefront...................................(stfrt)
         F. Auction House................................(shark)
         G. Clean Lap / Dirty Lap........................(clvdl)
         H. Drifting.....................................(slide)
    4.  Your Forza Career................................(gowin)
         A. Season Play..................................(wtour)
         B. Event List...................................(elist)
         C. Level Rewards................................(rewrd)
    5.  Customization....................................(custm)
         A. Painting.....................................(paint)
         B. Tuning.......................................(tunes)
         C. Upgrading....................................(upgrd)
    6.  Track List.......................................(trklt)
    7.  Car List.........................................(carlt)
         A. Non-DLC Car List.............................(noDLC)
         B. DLC Car List.................................(okDLC)
         C. Unicorn Car List.............................(horns)
    8.  Achievements.....................................(chevo)
    9.  Frequently Asked Questions.......................(gfaqs)
    10. Legal............................................(dalaw)
    11. Credits..........................................(creds)
                                Introduction (intro)
    Hello everyone and welcome to the Forza Motorsport 4 FAQ. This is my
    second FAQ and I hope it helps out current and future players.  I decided to
    write this FAQ for one reason.  I hate game boards that are missing general
    FAQs or walkthroughs.  Because of the .txt format they are easy to copy and
    paste and use as checklists as you play the game. The forums and answers
    sections are handy, but often miss a lot of information.  Add the fact that
    people have a tendency to not check either before asking a question on the
    forums, I feel it is an added benefit to have a FAQ listed.
    Now that the introduction is done, read along to understand Forza Motorsport
    4 much better than you ever have before.
                               Version History (vhist)
    Version Number..........Date.....................Description
    1.0                     March 12, 2012           Initial Release
    1.1                     April 6, 2012            Fixed spelling errors
                                 Gameplay (gplay)
    If you have played Forza Motorsport before you should be familiar with the
    next few sections.  If you are new to the series but familiar with sim racers,
    then you should at least skim the next section.  If you are new to sim racers
    (or race games in general), then you should probably read the next section to
    a great extent.
                   What has changed from Forza Motorsport 3? (chngd)
    Besides the typical graphical and physics updates (upgraded tire deformation
    and modeling), Forza has included many new features.  The following details
    some of the bigger items.
                                  AutoVistsa Mode
    AutoVistsa mode allows you to get up close and personal with come of the most
    unique cars in the game. These cars range from the 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa
    Rossa to the 1982 DeLorean DMC-12 to the 2010 Gumpert Apollo S.  These cars
    are modeled at a much higher polygon count so they look beautiful in game.
    AutoVista also allows you to tour the car on the inside and outside and gives
    some information about each car.  Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear fame gives most
    of the vehicles a short review.
                                    Rivals Mode
    In Rivals mode you can race certain tracks with varying conditions (for
    example, A-Class with no tuning, a certain car, etc) against your friends,
    favorites, or people on the leaderboards.  You will get a bounty for beating
    a rival's ghost.  I will describe Rivals more fully in a following section.
                              Single Player Race Types
    Four new race types have been added to Forza 4, all of which will be talked
    about in following sections.  The new race types are Autocross, Multiclass,
    Track Days, and Bowling.
    Autocross pits you against a time.  You have to navigate a track by going
    through cones.  Hitting a cone will add five seconds to your lap time.  This
    type of event requires precise steering and good speed.
    Multiclass is like Le Mans.  You will be on the track with a second class of
    cars.  These cars may be a higher or lower class, but they will provide
    traffic for you to navigate through.
    Track day events generally place much lower class cars on the track for you to
    navigate through.  This can be very frustrating to pull a clean lap.  It may
    be recommended to turn off damage if you get frustrated easily.
    Bowling places you on the Top Gear test track.  You are required to hit
    bowling pins that are set up throughout the track.  Gold pins are worth more
    than white pins.  Winning requires you to score a certain point total.  You
    will have to hit the pins at a fast speed to get them to bounce and knock each
    other down.
                                Multiplayer Racing
    Soccer has been added as a race type.
    Also, the return of custom public lobbies has returned.  After going missing in
    Forza 3, Turn 10 listed to their consumers and brought back public race
    lobbies.  You can still join in random lobbies if you want, but it is great to
    see public lobbies back.
                                    Car Clubs
    You can now join or be the leader of a Car Club.  Car clubs allow you to
    share cars, tunes, paints, and even Unicorns.  Car clubs have their own set
    of leaderboards and rankings.
                                Kinect Integration
    Forza Motorsport now allows for Kinect capabilities.  The biggest use for
    Kinect is headtracking.
    Forza Motorsport now has a playercard to discern yourself from everybody else
    online.  The playercard shows your gamertag, your VIP status, your car club
    position (leader vs co-leader), your car club's tag, your driver level, an
    avatar chosen by you, and a title also chosen by you.  Different avatars and
    titles are unlocked by performing certain feats in the game.  The playercard
    shows everybody exactly who you are.
    You can  now import your saved vinyls from Forza 3 into Forza 4.  This stops
    you from having to reinvent the wheel on your favorite vinyls or losing vinyls
    you paid for and the artist either doesn't play Forza 4 or didn't want to
    recreate the vinyls.
                                 Controls (ctrls)
    You can change the controller to one of thirteen default layouts and you can
    customize each default in various ways.  This describes Default Layout 1.
    Control:                                Response:
    Right Trigger                           Accelerate
    Left Trigger                            Brake
    Left Stick                              Steer
    A Button                                Handbrake
    B Button                                Up Shift
    X Button                                Down Shift
    Y Button                                Rewind
    Left Bumper                             Clutch
    Right Bumper                            Look Straight / Back
    D-Pad Up                                Open Telemetry
    D-Pad Down                              Close Telemetry
    D-Pad Right                             Toggle Telemetry Screen
    D-Pad Left                              Toggle Telemetry Screen
    Back                                    Switch Camera (Chase Low, Chase High,
                                            Cockpit, Hood, Bumper)
    Right Stick                             Look around
    R3 (Right Stick Click)                  Toggles between Vehicle Damage or Tire
    Start                                   Pause
                                Game Menus (gmenu)
    There are five major game menus in Forza 4.  These menus help you navigate to
    where you want to go.
                                   Play Career
    Play Career brings you to single player mode.  From here you have a few choices
    of where you want to be transported to.  You can choose Go Race, Cars, Upgrade,
    Paint, or My Profile.  Clicking any of these will transfer you further into
    sub-menus.  For the most part, these are fairly descriptive.
    Community brings you to multiplayer mode.  Here you have a number of choices
    of where you want to be transported to.  You can choose Race Online, My Club,
    Rivals, Leaderboards, Auction House, Storefront, My Profile, or Message Center.
    Clicking any of these will transfer you further into sub-menus.  Again, for the
    most part, these are fairly descriptive.
    AutoVista brings you to...surprise AutoVista Mode.  You will be directly
    transported to the car selection screen.  Have fun.
                                    Free Play
    Free Play brings you to a place where you can play around with cars without
    having to worry about credits.  You only can choose three choices in free play.
    Your choices are Quick Race (which pits you up against random AI), Split Screen
    (which allows for two people to play on the same screen), and Hot Lap (which
    allows you to have the track all to yourself).  If you want to set fast times
    in the leaderboards you will need Hot Lap.
    Please Note:  All of these modes all you to use cars from your garage or your
    club garage.
    Marketplace brings you to the in-game marketplace (not the Dashboard
    Marketplace).  Here you can choose to look at items that have been added to the
    marketplace.  The sub-menus describe the various ways to look for the car or
    cars you might be interested in downloading.  The sub-menus are Popular Cars,
    Car Manufacturers, Car Packs, AutoVista Cars, Track Packs, Season Pass, Car
    Tokens, and Extras.  Clicking any of these will transfer you further into DLC.
    I will talk about some of these a little later since they are new.
                               Driving Assists (assts)
    Forza is a racing simulator, but don't allow that to scare you away.  Not only
    is Forza a technical game for hardcore sim racers, it is also a stepping stone
    for people to get into sim racers.  Forza has many driving assists that allow
    people who have never raced before to have a good time playing without being
    overly difficult.
    You can choose a default difficulty or make a custom difficulty.  Depending on
    the assists you choose, you can get up to 165% more credits at the end of the
    race or as little as 50% of what you should be earning.
    Lap times will also be affected by the assists you are using.  A person using
    assisted braking will be slower than when that same person is using ABS On.
    That same person will be faster when using ABS Off when compared to using ABS
    The following are the assists available to you in the game as well as the
    credit bonus you will get for using or not using that assist:
    Assisted:  The game will brake for you if you are entering a corner at too high
    of a speed.  This is for beginners.  (+0%)
    ABS On:  Anti-Lock Braking System.  This modulates brake force so that you do
    not lock up your brakes.  This is for amateurs to the advanced.  (+10%)
    ABS Off:  This turns off ABS.  You will need to have good control of your
    braking to prevent lock-up.  This is for the advanced and experts.  (+20%)
    Assisted:  The game will help steer for you if you are entering a corner.  This
    is for beginners.  (+0%)
    Normal:  Normal steering buffers your steering movements so that you don't
    over-correct and initiate a spin or slide.  This is for amateurs to the
    advanced.  (+10%)
    Simulation:  You no longer have the game help buffering your steering inputs.
    You will need to control your minor inputs so that you don't unsettle your car
    and put yourself into a spin.  This is for the advanced and experts.  (+20%)
                                 Stability Control
    On:  This modulates brake force to certain wheels during cornering to inhibite
    spinning out in corners.  This is for beginners to amateurs.  (+0%)
    Off:  This turns off stability control.  You will need to have good control of
    your speed and braking in corners to prevent spinning out.  This is for
    amateurs to experts.  (+10%)
                                 Traction Control
    On:  This modulates power to the wheel when wheelspin is detected.  Wheelspin
    can affect launch cornering, and exiting a corner.  This is for beginners to
    the advanced.  (+0%)
    Off:  This turns off traction control.  You will need to have good control of
    your throttle to prevent wheelspin especially in vehicles with a lot of power.
    This is for the advanced and experts.  (+15%)
    Automatic:  The game will shift for you.  This behaves more like a person
    shifting short than a true automatic transmission.  This is for beginners to
    amateurs.  (+0%)
    Manual:  You will need to upshift and downshift at the correct points.  This
    behaves like a person shifting their daily driver.  Shifts are slower than
    possible.  This is for amateurs to the advanced.  (+15%)
    Manual with Clutch:  This requires you to depress a clutch like a real manual
    transmission.  Shifting without pressing the clutch will damage your vehicle.
    This is the fastest way to shift and is for the advanced and experts.  (+20%)
                                   Suggested Line
    Full:  The game will display a green line when you should be accelerating and
    a red line when you should be braking.  The line also gives you a suggested
    path to over the course.  The line color will change from green to yellow to
    orange and red depending on your speed.  A full line is usually for beginners
    but it can be useful to experts for Autocross events or Hot Lapping.  (+0%)
    Braking Only:  The game will only display a line when you should be braking.
    The line will often show you the best path in a corner.  This line is for
    amateurs to the advanced.  (+10%)
    Off:  This turns off the suggested line.  You will need to know your tracks
    very well.  You should know the corners, braking points, acceleration points
    for the car class you are currently driving.  This is for the advanced and
    experts.  (+20%)
                             Damage, Fuel, and Tire Wear
    Cosmetic:  All damage you take will only be cosmetic.  You can ram walls and
    not experience damage to your car body or mechanicals.  This is for beginners
    and amateurs or if you want to race and not have to worry about wasting time
    and crashing on the last lap.  (+0%)
    Limited:  You will lose some performance and credits for repairs, but a race
    will not be ended because your car cannot run.  This is for beginners to the
    advanced.  (+10%)
    Simulation:  True damage.  You can lose a race by running out of fuel,
    crashing, flipping over.  All of these things are unrecoverable.  Game over
    man, game over.  This is for the advanced and experts.  (+15%)
    On:  This allows you to rewind a few seconds backwards.  You can use this
    multiple times together or throughout the race.  This can help you retry a bad
    section of the race or reverse a bad crash.  This is for beginners to experts.
    Off:  This turns off the rewind feature.  If you cannot be tempted you cannot
    use it.  This is for beginners to experts.  (+20%)
                                Opponent Difficulty
    Easy:  The AI will miss braking points, is slow to enter and exit corners, and
    is all around slow.  The AI is also pressured easily which will make them drive
    off of the track.  This is for beginners.  (+0%)
    Medium:  The AI will miss braking points, is slow to enter and exit corners,
    and is all around slow, but faster than easy difficulty.  The AI is still
    easily pressured.  This is for amateurs.  (+5%)
    Hard:  The AI will seldom miss braking points, is good at corner entry and exit
    much faster than easy difficulty.  The AI is rarely pressured into making
    errors.  This is for advanced.  (+15%)
    Professional:  The AI will challenge you throughout the race.  They are
    aggressive, will brake check, and know how to carve corners.  You will be
    surprised that they can drive like they do.  If you want a challenge, a
    professional AI will give it to you.  This is for expert drivers or people
    looking to learn how to drive or people who just want to be frustrated with a
    couple drivers (Mueller and Rossi, I am looking at you).  (+25%)
                                  Opponent Upgrades
    Stock:  This does not allow the AI to upgrade their cars to the top of their
    class in a race.  This means that an event with a class limit of F200 will see
    F-Class cars, but you may see an F132 or F175, etc.  You can have an F200 car
    for the race and give yourself an advantage.  This is for beginners with little
    to no experience.  (-25%)
    Upgraded:  This allows the AI to tune to the top of the race class.  You will
    see cars that are normal in that class upgraded to the top.  A Chevy Spark
    is normally F116 but in an F-Class race the Spark can be upgraded to F200 by
    AI.  This is for beginners to experts.  (+0%)
                                  Class Restriction
    Open:  This allows you to compete in a class restricted race (for example, F200
    or S700) using a car that fits all other requirements (for example hatchback,
    sedan, supercar, German manufacturer, etc) but at a higher class.  This is like
    bringing a gun to a knife fight.  If you want to dominate the race of F200
    class cars using an X999 car, then you can.  This is for beginners with little
    to no experience or people wanting to play around.  (-25%)
    Limited:  This does not allow you to completely outclass the field.  If it says
    F200, then you can only use a car maxed to F200.  You can be under-class, but
    not over.  This is for beginners to experts.  (+0%)
                                 Difficulty Settings
    Easy: All assists on
    Medium: Autobrake on, TCS and ABS on, automatic, AI difficulty medium, limited 
    Hard: TCS and ABS on, automatic, AI difficulty hard, limited damage
    Advanced: ABS on, manual, AI difficulty hard, simulation damage
    Expert: All assists off
                                  Storefront (stfrt)
    The storefront is an interesting beast.  You can utilize the storefront to
    customize you vehicles buy purchasing tunes, liveries, and vinyl groups.  You
    can buy these from other members of the community or upload your own so that
    other can purchase them.  The storefront is a great way to find the best tunes
    and paintjobs.  It can also be extremely valuable as a credit earning device.
    You can also view photos and movies that other people have taken.  As usual,
    you can upload your own movies and photos for the rest of the community.
    Unfortunately you cannot put a price on your photos or movies.  They are a
    good means for selling your tunes, vinyls, and liveries though.
    Searching in the storefront is pretty easy.  You have the ability to search
    by car makes, models, car class, preset keywords (for example, anime, etc),
    price, typing your own keyword, gamertag, and many more.  It is very easy to
    find what you need in the storefront.
                                Auction House (shark)
    If the storefront is an interesting beast, then the Auction House is a
    necessary evil.  I think Obi-Wan Kenobi described the Forza Auction House in
    "A New Hope" and not Mos Eisley Cantina.  The auction house has generally been
    replaced by the Storefront in terms of having the best tunes, liveries, and
    complete cars.  Using the storefront allows you to mix and match tunes with
    liveries.  The auction house only allows a tune with a paint.
    Don't get me wrong though, I like the auction house.  It is a great place to
    find deals on cars that are reward cars.  Since you can only pick one reward
    car, it is a good place for people to find the cars that others did not want.
    The auction house can also be used as a money generating device.  This usually
    involves buying reward cars at low prices and selling high.  If you want to
    make enormous amounts of money, you can do it by being a shark on the auction
    house.  Make sure you sell upgrades before you place the cars back on the
    auction house.
    Searching in the auction house is also pretty easy.  You have the ability to
    search by car makes, models, car class, power, year, price, etc.  This game
    also remembers where you last left off in your search, so if you were looking
    for Ferrari 250 GTOs and bid on one (which brings you to the current bids
    screen and takes you from your search), you can go back into the search screen
    and Ferrari 250 GTO will still be your selection.  This is especially
    important for buying reward cars cheap and selling them higher.
    The most important tip for auction house shopping is to use the search terms
    to narrow down your searches.  Many times searching for a reward car will
    yield hundreds of results.  Adding something simple like a class or price
    range will dramatically decrease the number you have to sort through.
                            Clean Lap / Dirty Lap (clvdl)
    This is treated just like Forza 3.  I suggest you read this for a refresher
    since this can make or break your leaderboard times and rivals mode.
    The following items will designate your lap as dirty, which shows up as a
    triangle containing an exclamation point.  It will appear next to your lap
    time on your HUD.
    Hit the dirt with three or more tires
    Cutting certain corners
    Hit another car
    Hit a wall
    Use the rewind feature
    Draft another car at speeds over 100 mph
    Get drafted by another car at speeds over 100 mph
                                   Drifting (slide)
    I thought about making a much larger section about drifting in the race part
    of this FAQ, but the truth is I do not drift.  I don't understand the mechanics
    and I am fine with that.  If you like to drift or want to drift, then I suggest
    you check out the GameFAQs forums or official forums and ask.  There are many
    people that would love to help you out.  Basically drifting is controlling your
    car during understeer.
    I will give a few tips about drifting though when it comes to scoring.  The
    following items will ensure your scores are high.  Drifting scores are
    calculated by the following items:
    Angle of drift
    Speed of drift
    Distance of drift
    There are many ways to initiate a drift but one of the easiest is to initiate
    the drift with the handbrake.  This is much easier to do in a RWD vehicle with
    traction control turned off.  Be warned that the next items will make your
    drift score zero if they happen during your drift.
    Your drift angle is more than 90 degrees
    Hit the dirt with all four wheels
    Hit another car
    Hit a wall
    Use the rewind feature
                                Your Forza Career (gowin)
    You will start the game and be required to race one race.  Pick your difficulty
    and learn how to race in Forza 4.
    After the race you will get to choose your first car.  Pick whichever one you
    want as it doesn't make a difference at this point.  After choosing your car
    you will be able to start the career mode or skip that and go to the event
                                   World Tour (wtour)
    There are 10 seasons in world tour.  Each season will get longer when it comes
    to the number of races to finish a season.  A departure from Forza 3 is that
    you will no longer get a bonus amount of credits when finishing a season.
    For each race of the season you will get up to three choices of race events.
    The events will be based off of the car you are currently driving as well as
    the cars in your garage.  If you don't like any of events, get in a different
    car and try again.  Eventually you should get an event you want.
    I noticed that there were several times where you had to race a certain type
    of event (for example, Autocross or Bowling).  You can change these other than
    the car class.  The last event of the season will always be a World
    Championship event.
    I find that the Event List is a much better method for making money.  I used
    the season mode to get the achievements and then dropped it for the event list.
                                   Event List (elist)
    Here I will list the events in the Event List.  They will be separated by event
    type and then by columns so the first items you see will be European
    Manufacturer Races Column 1.
    European Manufacturer Races:
    Fiat Punto EVO Sport Spec Series
    BMW 2002 Turbo Spec Series
    Renault Twingo Sport Cup Spec Series
    Alfa Romeo MiTo Spec Series
    SEAT Ibiza Cupra Spec Series
    Citroen Showcase
    Lancia Delta Integrale Spec Series
    Lancia Showcase
    BMW M3 E30 Spec Series
    Audi Q7 V12 TDI Spec Series
    Volkswagen Scirocco GT Spec Series
    Golf Club
    MINI Cooper Club
    Peugeot Production Showcase
    Vauxhall Hatch Showcase
    SEAT Club Showcase
    Renault Showcase
    50s Legends Challenge
    Lotus Elise 111S Spec Series
    Volkswagen Golf R Spec Series
    Euro Hatch Challenge
    Volkswagen Showcase
    Volvo Showcase
    Ferrari Classics Showcase
    TT Club
    S4 Club
    BMW M3 E92 Spec Series
    M3 Club
    Audi Sedans Showcase
    Audi Coupes Showcase
    Audi Production Showcase
    LOTUS Club Showcase
    Aston Martin V12 Vantage Spec Series
    Aston Showcase
    British Luxury Sports Challenge
    BMW Production Showcase
    Audi vs. BMW Coupe Challenge
    Mercedes Sedan Challenge
    European Sedan Challenge
    German SUV Challenge
    Jaguar Showcase
    Mercedes-Benz Coupe Showcase
    Mercedes AMG Club
    Ferrari 458 Italia Spec Series
    Ferrari Sports Club
    Gumpert Apollo Spec Series
    Euro Boutique Challenge
    Gallardo Club
    Murcielago Club
    Lamborghini Showcase
    McLaren Production Showcase
    Ferrari Production Showcase
    BMW GT Race Cars Showcase
    Ferrari GT Club
    Koenigsegg CCGT Spec Series
    Koenigsegg Showcase
    Ferrari 8-cylinder Showcase
    Ferrari 12-cylinder Showcase
    Italian Sports Challenge
    Peugeot R1 Showcase
    Audi R1 Showcase
    Asian Manufacturer Races:
    JDM Micro Battles
    Toyota Yaris S Spec Series
    Suzuki SX4 Spec Series
    Mazda MX-5 Spec Series
    Nissan Classics Showcase
    Toyota Sprinter Trueno Spec Series
    Miata & MX-5 Club
    Civic Club
    Celica Club
    MRS Club
    Axela & Speed3 Club
    Eclipse & Talon Club
    Honda Integra Type R Spec Series
    Integra Club
    Silvia Club
    Mazda 4-cylinder Showcase
    MazdaSpeed Showcase
    Hyundai Showcase
    JDM Spo-Com Challenge
    Mugen Showcase
    RX7 Club
    Toyota Supra RZ Spec Series
    Mitsubishi EVO X GSR Spec Series
    EVO Club
    Subaru Impreza STi Spec Series
    Impreza Club
    Honda & Acura 4-cylinder Showcase
    Mazda Rotary Showcase
    Toyota Lexus Production Showcase
    Honda & Acura Production Showcase
    Mazda Production Showcase
    Nissan 90's Showcase
    Mitsubishi Production Showcase
    Asian RWD Coupe Challenge
    JDM Sports Car Challenge
    Asian AWD Sports Challenge
    Fairlady Z Club
    NSX Club
    Subaru Production Showcase
    Nissan & Infiniti Production Showcase
    Nissan GT-R SpecV Spec Series
    Skyline Club
    Lexus LFA Spec Series
    Asian Super-Sports Challenge
    Nissan SuperGT Showcase
    North American Manufacturer Races:
    Ford Ka Spec Series
    Ford Fiesta Spec Series
    Ford Mustang Boss 429 Spec Series
    Chevrolet Chevelle SS-454 Spec Series
    Mustang Classic Club
    Pontiac Classics Showcase
    Firebird Club
    Ford Classics Showcase
    Chevy Classics Showcase
    Dodge Classics Showcase
    Plymouth Showcase
    Lexus IS Club
    American Truck Challenge
    70s Muscle V8 Challenge
    Focus Club
    Camaro Club
    Charger & Challenger Club
    GTO Club
    Mustang vs. Camaro Challenge
    Pontiac Production Showcase
    Mustang Modern Club
    Shelby Classics Showcase
    Shelby Production Showcase
    CTS-V Club
    Corvette Club
    Chevy Production Showcase
    Ford Production Showcase
    Viper Club
    Dodge Production Showcase
    Corvette vs. Viper Challenge
    Saleen Production Showcase
    Dodge Race Showcase
    Ford Race Showcase
    Acura LMP2 Showcase
    Semi-Pro BodyStyle Races:
    City Car Open
    Economy Car Open
    Hatchback Open
    Wagon Open
    SUV & Sport Truck Open
    Sedan Open
    Roadster Open
    Superlight Open
    Sports Car Open
    Supercar Open
    Semi-Pro Powertrain Races:
    Three-cylinder Shootout
    Hybrid Hustle
    Inline Four Showcase
    Normal Aspiration Run Off
    Boosted Proving Grounds
    5-Cylinder Fast & Fun
    6-Cylinder Fast & Fun
    8-Cylinder Supreme GT
    10-Cylinder Salute
    12-Cylinder Flagship Face Off
    Semi-Pro European Races:
    Class F European Tour
    Class E European Tour
    Class D European Tour
    Class C European Tour
    Class B European Tour
    Class A European Tour
    Class S European Tour
    V8 Supercars Tour
    DTM Tour
    Class R1 European Tour
    Semi-Pro Asian Races:
    Class F Asian Tour
    Class E Asian Tour
    Class D Asian Tour
    Class C Asian Tour
    Class B Asian Tour
    Class A Asian Tour
    Class S Asian Tour
    Class R3 Asian Tour
    GT500 Tour
    Class R1 Asian Tour
    Semi-Pro North American Races:
    Class F North American Tour
    Class E North American Tour
    Class D North American Tour
    Class C North American Tour
    Class B North American Tour
    Class A North American Tour
    Class S North American Tour
    Class R3 North American Tour
    Class R2 North American Tour
    Class R1 North American Tour
    International Masters:
    Class F International Tour
    Class E International Tour
    Class D International Tour
    Class C International Tour
    Class B International Tour
    Class A International Tour
    Class S International Tour
    Car GT2 Tour
    Car GT1/GTS Tour
    Car LMP1 Tour
    TopGear Bowling Events:
    Class F TopGear Challenge
    Class E TopGear Challenge
    Class D TopGear Challenge
    Class C TopGear Challenge
    Class B TopGear Challenge
    Class F TopGear Challenge II
    Class E TopGear Challenge II
    Class D TopGear Challenge II
    Class C TopGear Challenge II
    Class B TopGear Challenge II
    Multi-Class Races:
    F-Class Multi-Class Event
    E-Class Multi-Class Event
    D-Class Multi-Class Event
    B-Class Multi-Class Event
    A-Class Multi-Class Event
    S-Class Multi-Class Event
    A-Class Multi-Class Event II
    S-Class Multi-Class Event II
    A-Class Multi-Class Event III
    S-Class Multi-Class Event III
    Fujimi 1 vs. 1 Mountain Chase:
    Mountain Chase Yaris S
    Mountain Chase MazdaSpeed Roadster
    Mountain Chase Sprinter Trueno GT Apex
    Mountain Chase Celica GT-Four
    Mountain Chase Silvia Spec-R
    Mountain Chase WRX Sti
    Mountain Chase Lancer EVO X GSR
    Mountain Chase 370Z
    Mountain Chase NSX-R
    Mountain Chase GT-R SpecV
    Super Speedway Series:
    Trans Am Speedway Event
    Hemi Speedway Event
    Euro Sedans Speedway Event
    America's Big 3 Speedway Event
    Last Century Speed Legends
    Tuners of Japan Speedway Event
    Aussie V8 Speedway Event
    Stock Car Speedway Event
    Top Speed Challenge
    Prototype Speed Showdown
    Autocross Events:
    European Autocross C-Class
    European Autocross B-Class
    European Autocross A-Class
    European Autocross S-Class
    North American Autocross C-Class
    North American Autocross B-Class
    North American Autocross A-Class
    North American Autocross S-Class
    Asian Autocross C-Class
    Asian Autocross B-Class
    Track Days:
    Chevrolet A-Class Track Day
    Nissan A-Class Track Day
    BMW A-Class Track Day
    Ferrari S-Class Track Day
    Dodge S-Class Track Day
    Lamborghini S-Class Track Day
    Aussie V8 Passing Challenge
    Aston Martin GT1 Passing Challenge
    Nissan GT500 Passing Challenge
    Audi Prototype Passing Challenge
    Nurburgring 1 vs. 1 Challenge:
    Ring Sedan Challenge M5 F10
    Ring Coupe Challenge M3 E92
    Ring Sedan Challenge RS 6
    Ring Coupe Challenge GT-R SpecV
    Ring Chase RUF RT 12 S
    Ring Challenge Koenigsegg CCX
    Ring Challenge AMG CLK GTR
    Ring Challenge Zonda R
    Ring Touring Challenge #1 Mercedes Touring Car
    Ring Prototype Challenge #2 Audi Sport R15 TDI
    Professional Multi-Class:
    GT2 Professional Multi-Class Event
    GT2 Professional Multi-Class Event II
    GT2 Professional Multi-Class Event III
    GT1/GTS Professional Multi-Class Event III
    GT1/GTS Professional Multi-Class Event
    GT1/GTS Professional Multi-Class Event II
    LMP2 Professional Multi-Class Event
    LMP2 Professional Multi-Class Event II
    LMP1 Professional Multi-Class Event
    LMP1 Professional Multi-Class Event II
    World Championships:
    Class F World Championship
    Class E World Championship
    Class D World Championship
    Class C World Championship
    Class B World Championship
    Class A World Championship
    Class S World Championship
    Class R3 World Championship
    Class R2 World Championship
    Class R1 World Championship
                                 Level Rewards (rewrd)
    As with the Forza 3 you will receive car rewards for every level you gain up to
    level 50.  There is one big difference though.  For each level you gain you
    will not get some preset car that you do not want.  You will be given a choice
    of multiple cars.  Obviously every level won't have a set of cars that you
    want, but most of the levels should have something that interests you.
    If you want to see a complete reward list check out RyanGillam's Reward Car FAQ
    located at GameFAQs as he did a good job with it.
                                 Customization (custm)
    Not only does this game let you go under the hood of your car, it lets you put
    new toys under the hood and paint the hood to boot! Here's just a simple start
    point of how to get going.
                                   Painting (paint)
    Applying a coat of paint to a car is easy.  Adding pin stripes or simple vinyls
    is also easy.  Making some of the awesome liveries you see in the storefront or
    on the forums is not as easy for most people.  If you want to get into
    painting, then you should probably ask somebody in the GameFAQs, or official
    forums (replica or fantasy).  Many people will help you out if you ask and
    there are always tutorials on the official forums or on YouTube.  Have fun!
                                    Tuning (tunes)
    Tuning is probably the most important thing in the game to win online and
    and against professional AI.  Unfortunately I know little about tuning and I
    buy all of my tunes from reputable tuning shops.  If you want to learn to tune,
    then follow the same instructions I gave you for learning to paint.  Tuning
    will improve everything about your car from erasing understeer or oversteer to
    stopping faster and exiting corners faster.
    I can tell you one thing.  If you start tuning, you should change items one at
    a time in small increments.  Also, you will be running tons of laps.  Enjoy
    your time and hopefully you will be one of the next great tuners.
                                 Upgrading (upgrd)
    Upgrading is an easy way to increase your car's Performance Index.  The game
    will automatically add upgrades to bring you near the top of the class you want
    to be in.  The major drawback is sometimes the game will not choose the best
    set of upgrades to work together.  It will also not do any tuning for you.  If
    you want to get rid of the horrible braking in a game upgraded car, you will
    need to tune it to be better.
    Using the game upgrade feature is probably best to use against the AI only.  If
    you want to win against real people you should choose your own upgrades.
    As always play around with the upgrade options.  It is also best to get
    yourself to the point where upgrades from the vehicle manufacturer are 100%
                                 Track List (trklt)
    There are 27 tracks to race on and many have different ribbons to race on.
    This section will detail all of the tracks and ribbons that you will see in
    your Forza 4 career.
    Bernese Alps:
    Festival Circuit
    Club Circuit
    Festival Circuit Reverse
    Stadtplatz Reverse
    Club Circuit Reverse
    Camino Viejo de Montserrat
    Full Circuit
    Full Circuit (Sunset)
    Short Circuit
    Short Circuit (Sunset)
    Mini Circuit
    Mini Circuit (Sunset)
    Full Circuit Reverse
    Full Circuit Reverse (Sunset)
    Short Circuit Reverse
    Short Circuit Reverse (Sunset)
    Mini Circuit Reverse
    Mini Circuit Reverse (Sunset)
    Extreme Circuit
    Extreme Circuit (Sunset)
    Circuit de Catalunya:
    Grand Prix Circuit
    National Circuit
    School Circuit
    Fujimi Kaido:
    Full Circuit
    Full Circuit Reverse
    Stage A
    Stage B
    Stage C
    Stage D
    Stage A Reverse
    Stage B Reverse
    Stage C Reverse
    Stage D Reverse
    Old Hill Climb
    Old Down Hill
    New Hill Climb
    New Down Hill
    Full Circuit
    Full Circuit (Sunrise)
    National Circuit
    National Circuit (Sunrise)
    Short Circuit
    Short Circuit (Sunrise)
    Drag 1/4-mile
    Drag 1/4-mile (Sunrise)
    Iberian International Circuit:
    Full Circuit
    Short Circuit
    Mini Circuit
    Full Circuit Reverse
    Short Circuit Reverse
    Mini Circuit Reverse
    Indianapolis Motor Speedway:
    Grand Prix Circuit
    Grand Prix Circuit (Sunrise)
    The Brickyard Speedway
    The Brickyard Speedway (Sunrise)
    Infineon Raceway:
    Long Course
    Long Course (Sunrise)
    Indy Racing League Circuit
    Indy Racing League Circuit (Sunrise)
    NASCAR Circuit
    NASCAR Circuit (Sunrise)
    Drag 1/4-mile
    Drag 1/4-mile (Sunrise)
    Ladera Test Track:
    Full Circuit
    Short Circuit
    Mini Circuit
    Full Circuit Reverse
    Short Circuit Reverse
    Mini Circuit Reverse
    Le Mans Circuit de la Sarthe:
    Full Circuit
    Old Mulsanne Circuit
    Maple Valley:
    Full Circuit
    Short Circuit
    Full Circuit Reverse
    Short Circuit Reverse
    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca:
    Full Circuit
    Mugello Autodromo Internazionale:
    Full Circuit
    Club Circuit
    Nurburgring Grand Prix Circuit:
    Full Circuit
    Short Circuit
    Nurburgring Nordschleife:
    Full Circuit
    Stage A
    Stage B
    Stage C
    Stage D
    Rally di Positano:
    Full Circuit
    Full Circuit Reverse
    Road America:
    Full Circuit
    Road Atlanta:
    Full Circuit
    Club Circuit
    Sebring International Raceway:
    Full Circuit
    Short Circuit
    Club Circuit
    Sedona Raceway Park:
    Full Circuit
    Club Circuit
    Full Circuit Reverse
    Club Circuit Reverse
    Speedway Reverse
    Drag 1/8-mile
    Drag 1/4-mile
    Drag 1/2-mile
    Drag Mile
    Silverstone Racing Circuit:
    Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit
    Silverstone International Circuit
    Silverstone National Circuit
    Sunset Peninsula Raceway:
    Full Circuit
    Club Circuit
    Full Circuit Reverse
    Club Circuit Reverse
    Speedway Reverse
    Suzuka Circuit:
    Full Circuit
    Full Circuit (Sunset)
    West Circuit
    West Circuit (Sunset)
    East Circuit 
    East Circuit (Sunset)
    Test Track Benchmark:
    Speedway Reverse
    Layout A
    Layout B
    Layout C
    Layout D
    Layout E
    Layout F
    Layout A Reverse
    Layout B Reverse
    Layout C Reverse
    Layout D Reverse
    Layout E Reverse
    Layout F Reverse
    Drag 1/4-mile
    Drag 1/2-mile
    Full Circuit
    Full Circuit (Overcast)
    Outer Loop
    Outer Loop (Overcast)
    East Circuit
    East Circuit (Overcast)
    West Circuit
    West Circuit (Overcast)
    Outer Loop Reverse
    Outer Loop Reverse (Overcast)
    East Circuit Reverse
    East Circuit Reverse (Overcast)
    West Circuit Reverse
    West Circuit Reverse (Overcast)
    Drag 1/4-mile
    Drag 1/4-mile (Overcast)
    Drag 1/2-mile
    Drag 1/2-mile (Overcast)
    Drag Mile
    Drag Mile (Overcast)
    Tsukuba Circuit:
    Full Circuit
    Short Circuit
    Twin Ring Motegi:
    Full Circuit
    East Circuit
    West Circuit
    Super Speedway
                                   Car List (carlt)
    This following sections will be spit into non-DLC, DLC and Unicorns.
                                Non-DLC Car List (noDLC)
    This section will list all of the cars found in Forza Motorsport 4 if you do
    not have VIP or if you have not downloaded any content.  Basically, the
    following list is the cars you get buying the game today.
    1980 131 Abarth
    2010 500 esseesse
    2002 RSX Type-S
    2010 TSX V6
    2001 Integra Type-R
    1997 NSX
    2005 NSX
    2008 #26 Andretti-Green Racing ARX-01b
    2008 #66 de Ferran Motorsports ARX-01b
    2008 #15 Lowe's Fernandez Racing ARX-01b
    2009 #66 de Ferran Motorsport Jim Hall Tribute ARX-02a
    2009 #66 de Ferran Motorsports ARX-02a
    Alfa Romeo:
    1965 Giulia Sprint GTA Stradale
    2008 MiTo
    2009 Brera Italia Independent
    2007 8C Competizione
    1971 Javelin-AMX
    Aston Martin:
    1964 DB5 Vantage
    1977 V8 Vantage
    1958 DBR1
    2001 V12 Vanquish
    2010 Rapide
    2005 DB9 Coupe
    2008 DBS
    2010 V12 Vantage
    2010 One-77
    2006 #007 Aston Martin Racing DBR9
    2008 #009 Aston Martin Racing DBR9
    2009 #007 Aston Martin Lola
    2009 #6 Muscle Milk Aston Martin Lola
    2009 Q7 V12 TDI
    2000 S4
    2004 TT Coupé 3.2 quattro
    1995 RS2 Avant
    2004 S4
    1983 Sport quattro
    2007 TT Coupé S-Line
    2003 RS6
    2007 S5
    2010 S4
    2010 TT RS Coupe
    2006 RS 4
    2009 RS 6
    2008 R8
    2010 R8 5.2 FSI quattro
    2009 R8 LMS
    2004 #8 Audi ABT TT-R
    2011 #02 Audi A4 Touring Car
    2011 #03 Audi A4 Touring Car
    2011 #04 Audi A4 Touring Car
    2011 #05 Audi A4 Touring Car
    2011 #06 Audi A4 Touring Car
    2006 #2 Audi Sport North America R8
    2008 #2 Audi Sport North America R10 TDI
    2011 #4 Audi Motorsport R10 TDI
    2009 #2 Audi Sport Team Joest R15 TDI
    2004 Continental GT
    2010 Continental Supersports
    2003 #7 Team Bentley Speed 8
    2010 Mantide
    1971 3.0 CSL
    1973 2002 Turbo
    1991 M3 E30
    1998 M5 E28
    1986 M635CSi
    1981 M1
    2009 135i Coupé
    1997 M3 E36
    2008 Z8
    2002 Z3 M Coupe
    2005 M3 E46
    2003 M5 E39
    2008 Z4 M Coupe
    2011 Z4 sDrive35is
    2010 X6 M
    2011 X5 M
    2008 M3 E92
    2010 M6
    2009 M5 E60
    2012 M5 F10
    2010 Z4 GT3
    2005 #2 BMW M3 GTR
    2001 #6 Prototype Technology Group M3 GTR
    2009 #92 Rahal Letterman Racing M3 GT2
    2010 #72 Jeff Koons BMW M3 GT2 Art Car
    1999 #15 BMW V12 LMR
    1992 EB110 SS
    2009 Veyron 16.4
    2011 Veyron Super Sport
    1970 GSX
    1987 Regal GNX
    2004 CTS-V
    2009 CTS-V
    2011 CTS-V Coupe
    2002 #6 Team Cadillac Northstar LMP-02
    2011 Spark
    2011 Volt
    1979 Camaro Z28
    1960 Corvette C1
    1970 El Camino SS 454
    1969 Camaro Z28
    1966 Nova SS
    1970 Chevelle SS-454
    1964 Impala SS 409
    1970 Camaro Z28
    1990 Camaro IROC-Z
    1970 Corvette ZR-1
    1967 Corvette Stingray 427
    2002 Camaro 35th Anniversary SS
    2005 Cobalt SS Turbocharged
    1996 Corvette Grand Sport
    2010 Camaro SS
    2002 Corvette Z06
    2010 Corvette Gran Sport
    2006 Corvette Z06
    2009 Corvette ZR1
    2011 #04 Chevrolet Racing Monte Carlo SS Stock Car
    2004 #3 Corvette Racing C5.R
    2006 #4 Corvette Racing C6.R
    2010 #89 Intersport Racing Oreca FLM09
    2010 #55 Level 5 Motorsports Oreca FLM09
    2010 #99 Green Earth Team Gunnar Oreca FLM09
    2004 PT Cruiser GT
    2006 Crossfire SRT6
    2008 300C SRT-8
    2011 C1
    2009 C4 VTS
    2011 DS3
    De Tomaso:
    1971 Pantera
    1982 DMC-12
    2010 GTX
    1969 Charger R/T
    1970 Challenger R/T
    1969 Charger Daytona HEMI
    1970 Coronet Super Bee
    1967 Coronet W023
    2006 Ram SRT10
    1968 Dart HEMI Super Stock
    2005 SRT4 ACR
    1996 Stealth R/T Turbo
    2006 Charger SRT8
    2009 Challenger SRT8
    1999 Viper GTS ACR
    2003 Viper SRT-10
    2008 Viper SRT10 ACR
    2003 Viper Competition Coupe
    2008 #2 Mopar Dodge Viper Competition Coupe
    2008 #11 Primetime Racing Group Viper Competition Coupe
    2003 #126 Team Zakspeed Viper GTS-R
    2000 #91 Team Oreca Dodge Viper GTS-R
    1998 Talon TSi Turbo
    1969 Dino 246 GT
    1957 250 California
    1957 250 Testa Rossa
    1968 365 GTB/4
    1964 250 GTO
    1991 512 TR
    1994 F355 Berlinetta
    2009 California
    2002 575M Maranello
    1984 GTO
    2004 612 Scaglietti
    1995 F355 Challenge
    1999 360 Modena
    1967 330 P4
    2004 F430
    1987 F40
    1995 F50
    2006 599 GTB Fiorano
    2011 FF
    2010 458 Italia
    2011 599 GTO
    2002 Enzo Ferrari
    2011 458 Challenge
    2006 #62 Risi Competizione F430GT
    2008 #90 Farnbacher Racing F430GT
    2010 #89 Hankook Team Farnbacher F430GT
    2010 #83 Risi Competizione F430GT
    2010 599XX
    2005 FXX
    1989 F40 Competizione
    1996 F50 GT
    1998 #12 Risi Competizione F333 SP
    2010 Punto Evo SPORT
    2011 Ka
    1978 Mustang King Cobra
    2009 Fiesta Zetec S
    1957 Thunderbird
    1965 Mustang GT Coupe
    1973 XB Falcon GT
    2003 SVT Focus
    1970 Mustang Boss 429
    1971 Mustang Mach 1
    1993 SVT Cobra R
    2006 Focus ST
    1992 Escort RS Cosworth
    2010 Fusion Sport
    2005 Mustang GT
    1987 Sierra Cosworth RS500
    1964 Fairlane Thunderbolt
    2010 Taurus SHO
    2009 Focus RS
    2000 Mustang Cobra R
    2010 Shelby GT500
    1966 GT40 MkII
    2005 Ford GT
    1985 RS200 Evolution
    2011 #19 Mother Energy Racing Team FG Falcon
    2011 #5 Ford Performance Racing FG Falcon
    2011 #9 SP Tools Racing FG Falcon
    2011 #17 Dick Johnson Racing Team FG Falcon
    2011 #4 IRWIN Racing FG Falcon
    2011 #05 Ford Racing Fusion Stock Car
    2009 #40 Robertson Racing Ford GT Mk7
    GMC Truck:
    1991 Syclone
    2010 Apollo S
    2009 HSV w427
    2011 #1 Toll Holden Racing Team Commodore VE
    2011 #11 Pepsi Max Crew Commodore VE
    2011 #33 Fujitsu Racing GRM Commodore VE
    2011 #88 TeamVodafone Commodore VE
    2011 #8 Team BOC Commodore VE
    2009 Fit Sport
    1994 Civic 1.5 VTi
    1999 Civic Si Coupe
    1995 CR-X Del Sol SiR
    1991 CR-X SiR
    2000 Prelude SiR
    2006 Civic Si Coupe
    2004 Civic Type-R
    2012 Civic Si Coupe
    2007 Civic Type-R
    1997 Civic Type R
    2002 Integra Type-R
    2000 Integra Type-R
    2003 S2000
    2010 Mugen Civic Type-R 3D
    1992 NSX-R
    2005 NSX-R
    2005 #18 TAKATA DOME NSX                                
    2006 H1 Alpha
    2011 ix20
    2003 Tuscani Elisa
    2010 Genesis Coupe
    2010 Rhys Millen Racing Genesis Coupe
    2010 Forza Motorsport Genesis Coupe
    2003 G35 Coupe
    2008 G37 Coupe Sport
    1961 E-type S1
    1956 D-Type
    2010 XFR
    2009 XKR-S
    1993 XJ220
    2010 #33 RSR XKR GT
    2009 Grand Cherokee SRT8
    2010 JT1
    2011 cee'd
    2010 Forte Koup SX
    2002 CC8S
    2006 CCX
    2011 Agera
    2008 CCGT
    1967 Miura
    1988 Countach LP5000 QV
    1997 Diablo SV
    2005 Murciélago
    2005 Gallardo
    2008 Reventón
    2006 Miura Concept
    1999 Diablo GTR
    2011 Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera
    2010 Murciélago LP670-4 SV
    2011 Sesto Elemento
    1974 Stratos HF Stradale
    1982 037 Stradale
    1992 Delta Integrale EVO
    Land Rover:
    2008 Range Rover Supercharged
    2011 CT200h
    1997 SC300
    2003 IS300
    2002 SC430
    2006 IS350
    2009 IS-F
    2010 LF-A
    2008 #6 ENEOS SC430
    2008 #25 ECLIPSE ADVAN SC430
    2010 #1 PETRONAS TOM'S SC430
    1971 Elan Sprint
    1980 Esprit Turbo
    2005 Elise 111S
    1990 Carlton
    1999 Lotus Elise Sport
    2009 Evora
    2006 Exige Cup 240
    2002 Esprit V8
    2009 2-Eleven
    2009 Evora Type 124 Endurance Race Car
    2006 GranSport
    2010 GranTurismo S
    2004 MC12
    2005 #15 JMB Racing MC12
    2011 2
    1994 MX-5 Miata
    2005 Axela Sport 23S
    2001 Mazdaspeed Familia
    2007 MX-5 Roadster Coupe
    2010 MX-5 Superlight
    2001 Mazdaspeed Roadster
    1990 Savanna RX-7
    2004 RX-8 Mazdaspeed
    2011 RX-8 R3
    2009 Mazdaspeed 3
    2010 Mazdaspeed 3
    1997 RX-7
    2008 Furai
    2009 #16 Dyson Racing B09/86
    2010 #16 Dyson Racing B09/86
    1993 F1
    2011 MP4-12C
    1997 F1 GT
    1997 #43 Team BMW McLaren F1 GTR
    1998 #41 Gulf Team Davidoff McLaren F1 GTR
    1954 300SL Gullwing Coupe
    2009 A200 Turbo Coupe
    1990 190E 2.5-16 Evolution II
    2004 C32 AMG
    2009 ML63 AMG
    2003 CLK55 AMG Coupe
    2010 C63 AMG
    2010 SLK 55 AMG
    2010 E 63 AMG
    2010 CL 65 AMG
    2009 SL 65 AMG Black Series
    2011 SLS AMG
    2005 SLR
    2009 SLR Stirling Moss
    1998 AMG Mercedes CLK GTR
    2008 Mercedes-AMG C-Class Touring Car
    1970 Cougar Eliminator
    2003 Cooper S
    2009 John Cooper Works
    2003 Eclipse GTS
    1988 Starion ESI-R
    2010 Colt Ralliart
    1998 FTO GP Version R
    2006 Eclipse GT
    1995 Eclipse GSX
    1997 GTO
    1999 Lancer Evolution VI GSR
    2008 Lancer Evolution X GSR
    2006 Lancer Evolution IX MR
    2004 Lancer Evolution VIII MR
    2010 Aero SuperSports
    2010 MT900S
    1970 Datsun 510
    2011 Micra
    2011 Leaf
    1969 Fairlady Z 432
    2009 Versa SL
    1971 Skyline 2000GT-R
    1994 240SX SE
    1992 Silvia Club K's (S13)
    1994 Silvia K's (S14)
    2007 Sentra SE-R Spec V
    1994 Fairlady Z Version S Twin Turbo
    2000 Silvia Spec-R (S15)
    2003 Skyline Coupe 350GT
    2003 Fairlady Z
    1993 Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R32)
    1997 Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R33)
    2010 370Z
    2002 Skyline GT-R V-Spec II (R34)
    2010 GT-R SpecV
    1998 R390
    2005 #46 Dream Cube's ADVAN Z
    2008 #3 YellowHat YMS TOMICA GT-R
    2008 #24 WOODONE ADVAN Clairon GT-R
    2008 #23 XANAVI NISMO GT-R
    2008 #12 CALSONIC IMPUL GT-R
    1998 #32 Nissan R390 GT1
    2010 M600
    1969 Hurst/Olds 442
    2004 Speedster Turbo
    2003 #5 OPC TEAM PHOENIX Astra V8
    1999 Zonda C12
    2009 Zonda Cinque Roadster
    2003 #17 Carsport America Zonda GR
    2010 Zonda R
    2005 Esperante GTLM
    2005 #51 Panoz Esperante GTLM
    2003 #11 JML Team Panoz LMP-01
    2011 107
    2011 308 GTI
    2007 207 RC
    2004 206 RC
    2010 RCZ
    2007 207 Super 2000
    1993 #3 Peugeot Talbot Sport 905 EVO 1C
    2009 #9 Peugeot Sport Total 908
    2011 #10 Matmut-Oreca 908
    1968 Barracuda Formula-S
    1971 GTX 426 HEMI
    1971 Cuda 426 HEMI
    1977 Firebird Trans Am
    1987 Firebird Trans Am GTA
    1965 GTO
    1973 Firebird Trans Am SD-455
    1968 Firebird
    1969 GTO Judge
    1969 Firebird Trans Am
    2002 Firebird Trans Am Ram Air
    2009 Solstice GXP
    2006 GTO
    2009 G8 GXP
    To Be Announced!!!!
    2011 SR8 RX
    1980 5 Turbo
    2009 Twingo Renault Sport Cup
    2007 Clio RS 197
    2003 Sport Clio V6
    2010 Megane RS 250
    2010 Q1
    2011 RGT-8
    2011 Rt 12 S
    2011 Rt 12 R
    1978 99 Turbo
    2002 9-3 Aero
    2008 9-3 Turbo X
    2008 S331 Supercab
    2000 S281
    2006 S281 E
    2010 S5S Raptor
    2004 S7
    2003 #2 Konrad Motorsports S7R
    2006 ION Red Line
    2007 Sky Red Line
    2009 xD
    2005 tC
    2009 Ibiza CUPRA
    2003 Leon Cupra R
    2007 Leon CUPRA
    2010 Leon CUPRA R
    2007 Leon Supercup
    1968 GT-500KR
    1969 GT500 428CJ
    1999 Series 1
    1965 Cobra 427 S/C
    1965 Cobra Daytona Coupe
    Spada Vetture Sport:
    2010 Codatronca TS
    2010 C8 Laviolette LM85
    2010 Ultimate Aero
    2005 Legacy B4 2.0 GT
    2010 Legacy B4 2.5GT
    1998 22B STi
    2008 Impreza WRX STI
    2004 Impreza WRX STi
    2005 Impreza WRX STi
    2002 Liana GLX
    2011 SX4 Sportback
    2011 Roadster Sport
    2011 Aygo
    1969 2000GT
    2011 Prius
    1984 Celica Supra
    2008 Yaris S
    1989 MR2 SC
    1985 Sprinter Trueno GT Apex
    1992 Supra 2.0 GT Twin Turbo
    2002 MR-S
    2004 Altezza RS200
    2002 Soarer 430SCV
    2003 Celica SS-I
    1994 Celica GT-Four ST205
    1995 MR2 GT
    1998 Supra RZ
    2005 #6 EXXON Superflo Supra
    1999 #3 Toyota Motorsports GT-ONE TS020
    2001 Tuscan S
    2005 Sagaris
    1998 Cerbera Speed 12
    2011 Agila
    2009 Corsa VXR
    2006 Astra VXR
    2005 Monaro VXR
    2004 VX220 Turbo
    2010 Insignia VXR
    2011 Fox
    1984 Rabbit GTI
    1992 Golf Gti 16v Mk2
    2004 Beetle
    1998 GTI VR6 Mk3
    1995 Corrado VR6
    2003 Bora VR6
    2008 Touareg R50
    2006 Golf GTi Mk5
    2009 Scirocco GT
    2010 Golf GTI Mk6
    2003 Golf R32
    2011 Scirocco R
    2010 Golf R
    1983 242 Turbo Evolution
    2009 C30 R-Design
    2004 S60 R
    2011 S60 R-Design
    2010 GT MF5
                                 DLC Car List (okDLC)
    To be completed once all initial DLC is released.
                               Unicorn Car List (horns)
    The following list includes all of the unicorns found in Forza Motorsport 4.
    2002 BMW M3-GTR
    1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Coupe
    2007 Ferrari 430 Scuderia
    2003 Ferrari Challenge Stradale
    2007 Shelby GT500
    2004 Mugen Civic Type-R
    2002 Mugen Integra Type-R
    2005 Honda NSX-R GT
    2007 Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera
    2007 Lamborghini Murciélago LP640
    2002 Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type-A
    2006 Mitsubishi HKS Time Attack Evolution
    1993 MINE'S R32 Skyline GT-R
    2002 MINE'S R34 Skyline GT-R
    2004 Top Secret Silvia D1-Spec S15
    2006 Subaru Impreza S204
    2002 Top Secret 0-300 Supra
                                 Achievements (chevo)
    The following are the achievements in the game as well as a few tips to collect
    them.  This will also list the gamerscore up for grabs for each achievement.
    Thanks to Guard Master for the list.  Guard Master's list can also be found in
    the GameFAQs Codes section.
    Amateur (25)
    Complete the first year of Season Play.
    TIP:  Easy, complete the first season of the World Tour Mode.
    Autocrosser (10)
    Complete 10 Autocross events without hitting gate cones.
    TIP:  Take your time and utilize a car with good handling and speed.  Lotus is
    good for this.  These don't need to be done in a row.  The Rivals events are
    good for this as you can set one of your rivals as a person with a clean lap.
    Awesome Drift (20)
    Earn a perfect Drift score.
    TIP:  When you drift you will see a pop up on your screen.  It will fill from
    one to four bars.  You need four bars to get the achievement.
    Born Competitor (30)
    Post a time in every Rivals mode event.
    TIP:  Do as it says and the achievement will pop.
    Bucket List (80)
    Finish 1st in every single race in the Event List in Career play mode.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Car Explorer (10)
    Fully explore any car in Autovista.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Champion (25)
    Complete the ninth year of Season Play.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Clubbed Up (15)
    Create or join a Car Club.
    TIP:  The easiest way is to make your own car club.  Follow the menus.
    Clubman (25)
    Complete the second year of Season Play.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Daily Rewards (5)
    Visit the Message Center on at least five unique days.
    TIP:  You only have to go to the Multiplayer section on five different days.
    You will know when it counts because you will get a message telling you that
    you got a daily reward of 1000-8000 credits.
    Driver Level 1 (20)
    Reach Driver Level 1 in Career mode.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Driver Level 10 (20)
    Reach Driver Level 10 in Career mode.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Driver Level 20 (20)
    Reach Driver Level 20 in Career mode.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Driver Level 30 (20)
    Reach Driver Level 30 in Career mode.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Driver Level 40 (20)
    Reach Driver Level 40 in Career mode.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Driver Level 50 (20)
    Reach Driver Level 50 in Career mode.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Elite (25)
    Complete the eighth year of Season Play.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Entrepreneur (10)
    Sell a car tuning, paint job, or vinyl group from your storefront.
    TIP:  You will need to upload a paintjob, vinyl group, or tuning setup to
    the storefront.  Sell what you have for 1000 credits for the greatest chance
    for somebody to buy your item.  Alternately ask on the GameFAQs forums for
    somebody to help.
    Exclusive Taste (50)
    Own the five most expensive cars in the game (not including DLC)
    TIP:  You will need to buy the Ferrari 250 GTO (10M), Ferrari 330 P4 (9M),
    Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa (8M), Aston Martin DBR1 (6M), and Shelby Cobra Daytona
    Coupe (5M).
    Expert (25)
    Complete the fifth year of Season Play.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Factory Driver (60)
    Get any Car Manufacturer to Affinity level 50.
    TIP:  You can use multiple cars from the same manufacturer to raise your
    affinity.  I suggest using a manufacturer that has many cars from F to R1
    class.  Some goo suggestions are Chevrolet, Ferrari, Ford, Nissan, and
    Ferrari Collector (40)
    Own every Ferrari included on Disc 1.
    TIP:  These are the cars you need to buy:
    1969 Dino 246 GT
    1957 250 California
    1957 250 Testa Rossa
    1968 365 GTB/4
    1964 250 GTO
    1991 512 TR
    2009 California
    1984 GTO
    1999 360 Modena
    1967 330 P4
    2004 F430
    1987 F40
    1995 F50
    2006 599 GTB Fiorano
    2011 FF
    2010 458 Italia
    2011 599 GTO
    2002 Enzo Ferrari
    2010 #89 Hankook Team Farnbacher F430GT
    2010 #83 Risi Competizione F430GT
    2010 599XX
    1998 #12 Risi Competizione F333 SP
    Flat Out (5)
    Earn a perfect Speed score.
    TIP:  When you drive fast you will see a pop up on your screen.  It will fill
    from one to four bars.  You need four bars to get the achievement.  The best
    place to get this is on a speedway or on Old Mulsanne.
    Forza Faithful (15)
    Import a file from Forza Motorsport 3.
    TIP:  You will need to have started a game in Forza 3.  Once you complete the
    first race of Forza 3 you can pop in Forza 4 and start a new game.  It will
    ask if you want to import.  Click yes and you will get this achievement.
    Forza World Tourer (60)
    Finish a race on every race track in Forza Motorsport 4.
    TIP:  You will need to go into Free Play or Hot Lap to get the drag tracks.
    Almost everything else is in World Tour Mode or the Event List.
    Grease Monkey (10)
    Create a car tuning file for your car.
    TIP:  Go to tune any car you own and change the tire pressure of your car.
    The game will ask if you want to save.  Click yes, make a tuning file and you
    will get this.
    Here's My Card (10)
    Create a custom playercard with badges and titles.
    TIP:  Go to "My Profile" and change your badge or title.  You will need to
    unlock a badge or title first.  Don't worry you will get some almost right
    Kingpin (5)
    Knock down a gold bowling pin in Car Bowling.
    TIP:  You cannot miss them.
    Legend (50)
    Complete the tenth year of Season Play.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Legendary Battle (15)
    Beat a Ferrari 330 P4 in any race while driving a Ford GT40 Mark II.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Look Ma, No Controller! (5)
    Use Kinect to drive any car in Free Play.
    TIP:  You will need Kinect to do this.  Start a race and you will get the
    Masters (25)
    Complete the seventh year of Season Play.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    My Car is Your Car (10)
    Share a car in your garage with your Car Club.
    TIP:  If you started or joined a club, choose the option to share a car.  You
    cannot share a car that contains somebody else's paint, tune or vinyl.  Share
    a plain car.
    Nice Pass (15)
    Earn a perfect Pass score.
    TIP:  When you pass a car you will see a pop up on your screen.  It will fill
    from one to four bars.  You need four bars to get the achievement.  Make sure
    you pass close without touching.  You will probably get this at some point
    during your career.
    On Location (20)
    Take a photo of any car in every Home Space.
    TIP:  You can change your Homespace in "My Profile."  This will change the
    location that you see in the menus.  Take a photo of a car in each different
    Outta Time (10)
    Reach 88 mph in a DeLorean.
    TIP:  Get it on Old Mulsanne or some long straight.
    Painter (10)
    Create a paint job or vinyl group for your car.
    TIP:  Change the color of your car or add a simple vinyl shape to your car.
    Perfect Turn (15)
    Earn a perfect Turn score.
    TIP:  When you corner you will see a pop up on your screen.  It will fill
    from one to four bars.  You need four bars to get the achievement.  You will
    probably get this at some point during your career.
    Professional (25)
    Complete the sixth year of Season Play.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Rivals Shootout (10)
    Race and defeat an opponent in Rivals mode.
    TIP:  Pick a low level leaderboard rival and beat their score.
    Semi-Pro (25)
    Complete the fourth year of Season Play.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Show Off (10)
    Upload a movie to Forzamotorsport.net.
    TIP:  Save a race replay and choose to upload to your storefront.  It will
    also ask if you want to upload to forzamotorsport.net.  Choose to upload it.
    Slipstreamin' (5)
    Earn a perfect Draft score.
    TIP:  When you draft a car you will see a pop up on your screen.  It will fill
    from one to four bars.  You need four bars to get the achievement.  Make sure
    you follow close without touching.  You will probably get this at some point
    during your career.
    Speed Demon (10)
    Reach 240 mph in any car.
    TIP:  Try the SSC Ultimate Aero or Bugatti Veyron or Bugatti Veyron Super
    Sport.  Otherwise buy a tune.
    Sportsman (25)
    Complete the third year of Season Play.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
    Star in a Reasonably Priced Car (10)
    Complete a lap around the TopGear Test Track while driving a KIA cee'd.
    TIP:  It must be the full circuit.  Have fun.
    Unicorn Hunter (10)
    Be the winning bidder on any "unicorn" car in the Auction House.
    TIP:  If you are gifted a Unicorn you will get this or you can buy one or you
    can import a Forza 3 file that had unicorns.  
    Welcome to Forza Motorsport (15)
    Complete the very first race in the game.
    TIP:  Do as it says.
                           Frequently Asked Questions (gfaqs)
    Q:  Do I need XBL Gold to use the Auction House/Storefront?
    A:  Yes.
    Q:  What happened to Porsche?  Why did Turn 10 omit a manufacturer they have
    had forever?
    A:  Due to EA owning the Porsche license, Porsche is not in Forza 4.  Turn 10
    and EA could not come to agreement on terms before launch.  There is some
    good news though.  Porsche will return to Forza 4 in the near future.
                                   Legal (dalaw)
    This document is Copyright 2012 by Aaron Ebertowski.
    This may be not be reproduced under any circumstances except for personal, 
    private use. It may not be placed on any web site or otherwise distributed
    publicly without advance written permission. Use of this guide on any other
    web site or as a part of any public display is strictly prohibited, and a 
    violation of copyright.
    This guide is primarily written for:
    - www.gamefaqs.com
    If you wish to host this guide on your site, please contact me first with
    the Forza 4 FAQ as the title to your email.
    Feel free to contact me at oedipus_wrecks (a) hotmail (dot) com.
    All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by their
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                                   Credits (creds)
    I would like to thank Turn 10 for producing Forza Motorsport 4.
    I would also like to thank GameFAQs for hosting this FAQ and for providing
    a community where fans of games can get together and discuss the games.
    Thanks to the Forza Motorsport 4 GameFAQs community.  You provide a daily
    source of interesting topics and thoughts.  Some of you also provide a
    steady stream of tunes, vinyls, and designs which keep the game fresh.
    Thanks to the community at forzamotorsport.net for the tunes, vinyls,
    designs, and ideas.
    Finally I would like to thank the people who read and/or use this FAQ.
    See you on the track!

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