All racers need a


to guide them
Can you look at an onboard and tell where the driver could gain some time? Do you love painting cars, and adding liveries? You might be able to make a few $ on that!

As a rookie myself, i am surprised at how helpful other racers are. I have learned a lot by listening to other drivers discuss their hurtles, solutions and tips on how to get better. Even though most other players don’t mind answering your questions, and most of them seem happy to let you know what they know, the real help comes when a coach can take a look at a few onboard laps, and tell you exactly what you can improve and how.

If you are up to it, there is a great site, called Fiverr where people sell almost any type of services you can imagine. Prices start at $5 but there is no limit to how high the prices can get (even though there probably is a limit to what a buyer would pay). You could easily set up a gig to review a lap or two, and come up with tips and tricks to improve lap times. This could include staying at higher gears, braking earlier, deactivating assists etc.

Same way with paint jobs. It might be easy for you, but for some players, just adding a number to a car, can be a pain! You could set up a gig for $5 to add a number on all sides, $20 for a whole body paint, and $50 for more challenging paint jobs.

It’s free to set up and you’ll only pay a percentage of what you sell, so the only thing it will take, is your time. Head over to Fiverr and set up your gigs. Once done, let us know, and we could feature you on this site!

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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