Last week, the leagues were great, and i especially enjoyed the D Class ghost lobby. This time around they get even better!

Speck A Class in S Class

Speck races are cool, because it shows who really is faster 8or good at cheating). All drivers drive the same car, although paints are allowed. Not tunes or upgrades apply, so the field is even. It’s up to you to understand and handle the car better than others to win.
For this week, it is locked to the Mercedes A Class #33. This is an S Class car (yeah it does sound confusing) with loads of power, but good handling. It does look like a VW Golf on steroids, but it’s in a whole different level. Take it for a spin, and have fun with this league while it lasts

Indy League

This weekend is a motor fans’ wet dream. You’ve got the Monaco Grand Prix race for F1 and the Indy 500. To make things better, Alonso has chosen to skip the Monaco race, and have a go at the Indy race, where he seems to be doing pretty well! The two races are both part of the Trippe Crown of Motorsports (the last one is Le Mans) so we’re peaking pretty high this weekend.
To celebrate this, the endurance league for this week is in Indy Cars. You can have a go with these fast cars (X999 Class) and even wear Fernando Alonsos Paint job done by BCKracer71 for the Honda #25 Andretti.

Open C Class

For our featured league, we’ve picked the Ghosted league in C class, mainly because D Class has been so much fun the past week. Ghosted leagues are safe to be in, because you (and others) can’t hit each other. This fundamentally changes racing, as you won’t need to make a pass. Instead you simply drive through each other. Non the less, it is god fun, and will save you from the frustration of rammers.

You can bring any car to race here, as long as it is in C Class. This is RP Kezzen QC land. Some of the best tunes for C Class cars are made by a guy called RP Kezzen QC and you should have a couple of them ready for the tracks that might show up during this league. The 88 Chevrolet  Monte Carlo seems to be a favorite for mostly any track, but also take a look at his Jaguar E type tune for a grippy but fast car. My personal favorite is the Mzda MX5 Miata though, that feels extremely well balanced and can carry speed through turns well.

About The Author

I've been hooked on racing games, ever since the Burnout series back in the late 90s and after going through some painful years trying to learn the F1 series games, i am now hooked on Forza. I am not the fastest on the track, and not a fanatic, but i enjoy sim racing a lot, and try to get better and faster.

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