July 7, 2016 Update:
Sorry to everyone who have left comments that I have not responded to.
The reason (beyond the obvious, i.e., family, day job, etc.) is I’ve been playing CSR2 a lot recently and have been unable (or uninspired) to spend much time playing the original CSR Racing.
Stay tuned however as I will be providing my detailed analysis on CSR2 along with a few tips to help you win more races, defeat crews and win BOSS cars (like the ones possibly stolen by the very rich, beautiful, and bitchy Ashliegh and her annoying Gold Rushers [pictured below]), more cash, more gold, more prizes, and more respect.
If you are currently playing CSR2 and you have not joined a crew please consider joining the ToeKeeOh Crew (only ten spots left) and I will share with you the secret to betting on and winning TRUE online races (with real people but not real money).
Here’s a list of the best CSR Racing cars in Tier 4 along with a few tips to help you win more races, more cash, more gold, more prizes, and more respect. Lets start with the best (or, what is considered, the highest rated Tier 4 car).
Number 1. Pagani Huayra
Description = The CSR Racing Pagani Huayra is a Tier 4 non-PRO edition custom street racer that I’ve equipped with stage 5 upgrades. It has a rating of 643 (the stock version has the highest rating in the T4 dealership) and goes from 0 – 60 in 2.2 seconds with a top speed (as measured in the 1/2 mile Regulation Race) of 189.5 miles per hour. It’s pretty easy to master the perfect start and to collect perfect shift points after just a couple of practice runs in the 1/2 mile Regulation Race Mode. It has a 7 speed gear box so you can collect extra bonuses for good and perfect shifts. This is a reliable Tier 4 car to race your opponents in the Payback and 1/4 mile Regulation Modes but expect to lose most 1/2 mile races. It’s easy to hit the perfect start and the perfect shift points and it is amazingly fast out of the gate but it doesn’t have the spirit for the long haul and can be easily caught and horse collared down from behind. Here are the results of several different races in various race modes:
Regulation Race (1/2 mile Amateur) = Won $7,688
Regulation Race (1/4 mile Pro) = Won $8,883
Match Race (Easy) = Lost the race against a Tier 5 BMW and did not collect the $9,000 race prize
Match Race (Medium) = Lost the race against a Tier 5 Ferrari and did not collect the $11,000 race prize
Match Race (Hard) = Lost the race against a Tier 5 BMW and did not collect the $14,000 race prize
Multiplayer Tournament = I won two races — both of them very close — and by the third race, sure enough, I saw my opponent coming up from behind and the next thing I knew my streak was over. Even with the help of a full race team I doubt that I could win six in a row driving this car.
Race Your Friends = I just beat two of my friends in the Race Your Friends Mode. Then I lost three in a row. This car is a technological marvel created by true rocket scientists but it is NOT the best Tier 4 car in my garage — nor should it be considered the best in yours.
“What the Pagani lacks is the feral mechanical bray that has long been the battle cry of Italy and is still available from the Lamborghini Aventador’s 8000-rpm naturally aspirated V-12. Sure, in a tunnel you’ll scare the pants off any nearby Andean highlanders by sounding like their wind god, Huayra-tata, after stepping on a tack. But for the occupants, with the car’s intake ducts making obscene sucking noises just a few inches behind the cabin, it’s like being two boogers riding in a cheetah’s nostrils.” ~ Aaron Robinson — from the November 2012 issue of Car and Driver
Number 2. Ferrari F430
Description = The Ferrari F430 is a Tier 4 non-PRO edition custom street racer equipped with stage 5 upgrades. It has a rating of 638 and goes from 0 – 60 in 2.5 seconds with a top speed (as measured in the 1/2 mile Regulation Race) of 200 miles per hour. It’s very easy to master the perfect start and to collect perfect shift points with a little practice. The F430 comes out of the gate quickly and never runs out of breath. Even if she falls behind a car with a higher rating she finds a way to catch up and finish strong. This car feels a lot like a Tier 5 car.
Here are the results of different races in various race modes:
Regulation Race (1/2 mile Amateur) = Won $7,584
Regulation Race (1/4 mile Pro) = Won $8,883
Match Race (Easy) = Won $12,877
Match Race (Medium) = Won $14,797
Match Race (Hard) = Won $18,086
Multiplayer Tournament = I won 60 races in a row against various online opponents. That’s 10 consecutive streaks. Many of the victories were against T5 cars rated as high as 705. I am currently in the top 5% of the McLaren 650S Season. Here’s the strategy that I used to win this many races:
- Try to get the needle on the 7 for a perfect start
- Shift into 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th gear each time the shift light turns green
- Tap on the Nitro button
- Shift into 6th gear when the light turns green and watch your opponent fade away into the distance
And this is what a real one sounds like:
“On Tuesday, we posted an audio recording of a mystery car’s exhaust note. To hear it again, click play above. A metric ton of you got it right this time, although a lot of you thought it might have been the Scuderia variant—the recording was of the fabulous Ferrari F430. (Oh, F430, you are already dearly missed.) Like it? (If you don’t, you’re banned from ever entering Italy—effective immediately.) Download the MP3 and quiz your friends, make your own ringtone, or just lull yourself to sleep with sweet, sweet vehicular ear candy.” Source = http://blog.caranddriver.com/name-that-exhaust-note-episode-15/
Number 3. Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren
Description = The Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren is a Tier 4 PRO edition custom street racer equipped with stage 5 upgrades. It has a rating of 636 and goes from 0 – 60 in 2.5 seconds with a top speed (as measured in the 1/2 mile Regulation Race) of 190 miles per hour. These stats can be improved when you hire the Mechanic to tune your car or when you enlist the aide of the Race Team in Multiplayer Mode. It’s relatively easy to master the art of the perfect start and to collect perfect shift points with a little practice. The SLR McLaren was once my favorite Tier 4 car and I even used it to beat xyz, the xyz Crew Boss. That was when I didn’t know much about the Ferrari F430. The SLR won’t take you as far as the F430 in the Multiplayer Race Mode but it is quite adequate in Regulation Races and easy and medium level Match Races. Here are the results of different races in various race modes:
Regulation Race (1/4 mile Rookie) = Won $6,375
Regulation Race (1/2 mile Amateur) = Won $7,688
Regulation Race (1/4 mile Pro) = Won $9,012
Match Race (Easy) = Won $12,518
Match Race (Medium) = Won $14,578
Match Race (Hard) = LOST (consolation prize was approximatley $1,200)
Multiplayer Tournament = Since this is a PRO car I entered the PRO Club Multiplayer Race and won four in a row before losing to a T5 Ruf CTR3. I paid off the Blogger to get my streak re-instated and went on to win the rematch and the final two races. Thinking that maybe the PRO Club was too much of a challenge I entered the FREE Race the World Mode and lost my first race. I won the rematch (by a nose), and won the second and third races before losing the fourth race thus ending streak number two. My conclusion is this is NOT a good choice for Multiplayer Racing.
….more to come
What do you think is the best Tier 4 car? Leave your answer in the comment section below…
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