The upcoming leagues seem to be the best they have ever been, if you like mid range classes and good handling. For me this week seems very promising but have a look and let us know in the comments what you think and what you might find your self racing in.
The endurance leagues are often a lot of fun, and the quality of racing is a bit less terrible than the other leagues. For this week, it is locked to C class, and will only run cars from the Rally Day Heroes division. Obviously these cars are AWD, but you are allowed to upgrade and tune the cars, so fi you don’t like driving 4WD, you could use a tune that changes that, as long as it stays in C class. There are 15 cars to pick from, none of which are DLC!
Any other week, this league would be the one we’d feature. The Honda S2000 and the Mazda MX5 are my personal favorites, even in stock configuration. For this league, you can only race the 2009 Honda S2000. It is a small, light and nimble RWD car, with 237HP. The league forces the car to stock configuration, so this does flatten the grid a bit. If you can get away from rammers and corner cutters, this should be a pretty good week in this league!
For this week, we’ve chosen to highlight the Ghosted league in A class. Even though collisions are turned off, and cars simply slide through each other, it can be a lot of fun. For this week it is locked to A class, and you have to use a car from the Ultimate Sport Machines division. This includes 34 cars that range from C to A class. You are allowed to upgrade and tune any of these cars, so there are loads to choose from. The Ferrari California would be a good pick here, or maybe the Ford Shelby GT350R, but my personal favorite is the BMW M3. These are fast cars, but not too fast to be able to correct mistakes. It’s going to be a good league to get some practice while having safe fun without the concern of other drivers ruining your race. You just need to ignore the corner cutters.