Hint: For you Career racers, it is imperative to concentrate on chassis setup
and upgrades as opposed to speed and acceleration. Your default speed will be
pretty good, but a lot of winding roads lie ahead.
Hint: When moving from a dead standstill, take it slow and steady until the
tires grab. Also, when starting a race, follow the above advice and remember
to shift into first gear before the race begins.
Hint: Taking the RPMs well into redline is a good thing. Just when you think
the old power plant is maxing out, you blitz past another guy.
Hint: In Career mode, save the game right after your last good result but
before you spend money on upgrades that might not work out. This way, you have
the option of reupgrading.
Hint: One more Career mode Hint: Remember that if you don't win a class, you get
to keep whatever money you've accumulated and start that class all over again.
Particularly in the relatively easy Amateur class, you may want to do well
enough to pick up some bucks, but not so well that you win it. Stockpile the
cash and buy bigger, better upgrades down the road.
Hint: Making sudden moves, particularly when braking, is usually fatal. When
braking hard into a tight corner following a long straight, slow down first,