The Lamborghini Veneno Bull Run is the first event in CSR Racing’s newest update; The International.
In order to qualify for the Bull Run event you have to defeat one of the World Tour crew bosses. I chose Shifty Jack. I tried to beat him and failed. After three straight losses I decided to quit and declare the International unworthy of my time. Then I noticed some positive reviews trickling into the comments section and on the CSR Racing Facebook page.
So I went back to race Jack and reluctantly handed over my last 7 gold coins for some help from the Mechanic. I beat Jack and a whole new world was laid open before me. It’s called the Lamborghini Shakedown and it features a series of 16 sub-events that I will explain in greater detail in the following paragraphs.
1/16 – Hitlist T1 – In this race you choose a Tier 1 crew member to race. I chose Ale$ha and her Altima. This was an easy victory. I earned $18,146 for this race.
2/16 – Hitlist T2 – In this race you choose a Tier 2 crew member to race. I chose Junji and his Mustang GT. This was also an easy victory. I earned $22,748 for this race.
3/16 – Relay – In this race you compete in a relay event against multiple opponents (2). I beat Ale$ha in round 1 which earned me a 1.148 second head start against Junji in round 2. This was very cool! Won $35.100.
4/16 – Faceoff – The object of this race is to take down a competitor in a single race. For this race Ale$ha came at me in full effect with a fully upgraded Altima. Very difficult race. I lost the first race and came back to win the re-match which was quite a relief because I didn’t have enough gold to hire the Mechanic. The key to winning was to deploy the nitrous the exact moment my wheelspin stopped. Won $42,529.
5/16 – Hitlist T3 – In this race you choose a Tier 3 crew member to race. I chose Raquel and her Corvette C6. This was also an easy victory. I earned $53,948 for this race.
6/16 – Relay – In this race you compete in a relay event against multiple opponents (3). I beat Junji in round 1 which earned me a much needed 0.547 second head start against Ale$ha in round 2. I beat her and earned a 0.460 second head start against Raquel. The Relays are awesome! I earned $82,761 for this sub-event.
At this point another race category becomes available. It’s called the Hot Seat.
My friend Arnold tells me the Hot Seat is INCREDIBLE!!! That’s all I need to know! I can’t report on this right now because…
- I need a tank of gas before I can continue
- I need some more Gold
- I need to spend time with my wife
Just completed the Hot Seat Relay. Hats off to whoever came up with this cool concept. Here’s how it works;
In my particular relay, I had a team of three cars; a Tier 1 Mini Cooper, a Tier 4 Pagani, and a Tier 4 Jaguar. The first leg of the relay featured my T1 Mini Cooper against a T5 Challenger Drag PAK. Obviously I lost by a lot. The second leg of the relay featured my T4 Pagani against a T1 Ford Escort. Obviously I won this race by a lot. The third leg of the relay featured my T4 Jaguar against a T2 Mustang. I won this race by a respectable margin. My total race time was 35.097 seconds. My opponents total race time was 35.473 seconds. Ergo I win the Hotseat Relay by 0.376 seconds.
7/16 – Faceoff – As stated before, the object of this race is to take down a competitor in a single race. For this race it was Junji and his bad ass T2 Mustang GTS rated at 451 (I assume that’s fully upgraded). I lost four times before I decided to spend 7 gold coins for the Mechanic’s help for 5 races. Wise investment in that it helped me beat Junji but the next few races were so easy that I didn’t need the mechanic’s help. But since he was bought and paid for his services were used up before I encountered the next Faceoff where I needed him again. Of course by that time I didn’t have anymore gold. I think you should be able to bank the mechanic’s help and use it only when you need it. What do you think? Anyway, I won $88,692.00 by taking Junji down.
P.S. My friend Felipe said, “Am I the only one who beat the Bull Run Cup without spending a single gold coin? I simply didn’t see the need for it.” You can respond to his comment or ask specific questions about what he’s doing (he’s obviously doing something right) in the comments section below.
to be continued…
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