It’s time to roll the dice again, for our biweekly dice challenge roll and get a new random PI value.
If you don’t already know what this is, it is very basic.
We get a random PI value (Performance Index) for you to do whatever you want with it. We don’t arrange races, events or competitions, but let you and your club, group, gang, friends do great things with it. We will eventually be promoting and adding any events based on our DiceChallenge, on this page for the world to get inspiration.
For this week, we rolled the number 657. This translates to A Class in Forza, and the only A657 car available is the 2015 Mercedes-AMG GT S. This car is pretty cool, and fun to race, but there are so many other ways to have fun with the Dice Challenge. Take a look bellow, and get inspired to what you can do with it.
Race the exact value in stock
If you want to keep it simple, you can simply race 2015 Mercedes-AMG GT S against your friends. This week is a pretty good pick for some good racing!
Tune to race
If you want to put a little more effort in to it, you can tune a car (or a handful of cars) to 657 and race it on different tracks. You can even let each racer tune to this value, and bring their own car to the race. This is good practice for tuning, and forces you to pick what aspect of your car you would prioritize when upgrading.
An other fun way to use this, is to add +/- 5 or 10 points to the dice roll, and let users pick a car in stock within this interval. So our dice roll is 657 if you add 5PI margin, that would allow cars within the 652-662 PI range. This usually ends up in pretty interesting races, and is a lot of fun because you’ll be racing cars you usually wouldn’t pick.
Let us know what you come up with
Currently, a Facebook Group called FACR runs a weekly series based off these dice rolls. The layout of these series varies, but is always good fun! You can join them, and have fun, if you don’t want to set up your own event.
Hopefully, we’ll have more groups of people picking this up, and having some fun with cars they usually wouldn’t run!