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#51 Posted : Monday, March 30, 2020 2:41:45 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: betinhogvz Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: quietguy47 Go to Quoted Post
Anybody else having issues with the Derwent Water Speed Zone? Ive tried multiple rally monster cars multiple different created tunes and the best i can get is 85mph. It seems like the typical Forza impossible challenge.


@quietguy47
See if it helps you do the challenges

Derwent Water Speed Zone (forzathon)
Code Tune LANCIA DELTA HF INTEGRALE EVO 1992:..... 129 159 991

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Thanks! Still took a couple of tries, but much easier than any other tune i used.

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#52 Posted : Monday, March 30, 2020 3:40:42 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Jezza14 Go to Quoted Post
Obviously expensive but the Alfa Romeo 33S is one of the very best S1 winter cars in the entire game. I use it in Ranked for any winter road races (assuming that there is actual snow on the ground). I can check what tune I have on it if it would help anyone but there should be plenty of good ones available. Against other Classic Racers, it should be totally dominant for any decent driver.


So very true.

33S and TZ2 are so beautiful in their handling and have the speed to win practically all the time.

Shared both mine if anyone is interested in giving them a go.

Thoroughly enjoyed this weeks Trial and have been doing quite a few to help others.

Edit: Share code for TZ2 is 682 663 289 - Share code for 33S is 808 176 847


I tried the TZ2 tune as I’ve never used that at S1. Very fun to drive - phenomenal acceleration makes it easy to avoid early issues. Handled the snow well at Lake District. Ran 3.06, so very slightly slower than in the Lola but still won by about 20 seconds.

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#53 Posted : Monday, March 30, 2020 8:51:48 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: Jezza14 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: wwwREXwww Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Jezza14 Go to Quoted Post
Obviously expensive but the Alfa Romeo 33S is one of the very best S1 winter cars in the entire game. I use it in Ranked for any winter road races (assuming that there is actual snow on the ground). I can check what tune I have on it if it would help anyone but there should be plenty of good ones available. Against other Classic Racers, it should be totally dominant for any decent driver.


So very true.

33S and TZ2 are so beautiful in their handling and have the speed to win practically all the time.

Shared both mine if anyone is interested in giving them a go.

Thoroughly enjoyed this weeks Trial and have been doing quite a few to help others.

Edit: Share code for TZ2 is 682 663 289 - Share code for 33S is 808 176 847


I tried the TZ2 tune as I’ve never used that at S1. Very fun to drive - phenomenal acceleration makes it easy to avoid early issues. Handled the snow well at Lake District. Ran 3.06, so very slightly slower than in the Lola but still won by about 20 seconds.



Thanks for the review Jezza, much appreciated :)
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#54 Posted : Tuesday, March 31, 2020 3:42:41 PM(UTC)
Finally got around to doing the Weekly Challenge. Wasn't looking forward to it due to the last bit (and all the talk I hard about it being hard on here). And It was for me. Anyway...

Weekly Challenge:
* Own and drive a Retro Rally car
* Earn 3 Airborne Pass Skills in a Retro Rally car
Car Used: 1992 Ford Escort Cosworth
Tune: Cosseh - 512 063 653
This one was kind fun. The tune on this car was a slapdash S1 tune I threw together, but still handles good. I was going to set up a longer-lapped version of the Riverbank Cross Country Circuit, but SoggerG beat me to the punch (323 932 055). 8 laps around, with multiple chances for Airborne passes. Got it done in one race.

* Earn 5 Lucky Escape Skills with your Retro Rally car
Still done with the Escort, just done by faffing about in Broadway on the main drag. For me at least it's difficult to properly aim the drift at a car to trigger the Lucky Escape. Your mileage may vary.

* Earn a 3 star score at the Derwent Water Speed Zone with your Retro Rally car
Car Used: 1984 Peugeot 205
Tune: Richard - 512 063 653
Yeah, this was a bear to do. Tried it a few times with the Escort, but couldn't get past 84 mph. Looked about and grabbed the first Retro Rally I could get to S2. Took a few passes, but I was finally able to get 97 coming in from the south.

I also got around to doing the PGG in the car I suggested, the M-Sport Fiesta (Tune: SnowPlow - 911 879 587) Got it done in one. And as I was driving it, it dawned on me: I made this tune the last time we needed S1 Rally Monsters in PGG. I'm also glad I got some positive feedback on the tune. Thanks, BadRiver. I noticed myself that there were times that I should have flipped the stupid thing from taking a strange jump but only got Ultimate Two Wheels for my goof.
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#55 Posted : Tuesday, March 31, 2020 4:28:35 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: DrunkenGator Go to Quoted Post
* Earn 5 Lucky Escape Skills with your Retro Rally car
Still done with the Escort, just done by faffing about in Broadway on the main drag. For me at least it's difficult to properly aim the drift at a car to trigger the Lucky Escape. Your mileage may vary.

I do these on a large roundabout at the end of the motorway. If you drift around it using the lanes closest to the middle, in the opposite direction to the traffic, you can get Lucky Escape skills quite easily.
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