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RR3 Wiki:Tips and FAQ for The Elusive One

The intention of this page is to keep tips and FAQ for The Elusive One in one place, which will hopefully help people race this event.
Quote Natalia
Complete The Elusive One, a 6-day special event, for your chance to earn an exclusive ASTON MARTIN ONE-77!
— Natalia, Agent
Complete all goals to own the
ASTON MARTIN ONE-77
and up to 77 Icon Gold
Most Exclusive 'Gaydon Era' ASTON MARTIN
— In-game description.


Description

The Elusive One is an event in Real Racing 3. It gives the players a chance to win the ASTON MARTIN ONE-77, after Aston Martin Update (v5.6.0) was updated. The Elusive One starts October 23, 2017 and has 6-day limit.[1]

The ASTON MARTIN ONE-77 has been added to Collector's Championship bonus series in the Legend group.

The event comprises a wide range of cars, especially the ASTON MARTIN ONE-77, ASTON MARTIN DB9, ....??expand if required??

Tips for Each Stage

Stage 01

Tips about The Elusive One Stage 01 (Intrigue):

Tips

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Follow methods to slow bots down


Goal 1.1: Head To Head @ Formula E Hong Kong Circuit Morning [3 laps] - Overtake the Mysterious Driver (using ASTON MARTIN DB9) - Recommended PR—


Goal 1.2: Win an Event OR come at least 2nd in all three - Recommended PR—


Goal 1.3: Cup @ Formula E Hong Kong Circuit [2 laps] - Tailgate "The American" for at least 10 seconds and finish within 3:00 (Rolling Start) - Recommended PR—

ME7 wrote:
thumb1.3 You dont have to win this race, so finish as far back as you can within the 3 minutes. Catching "The American" is easy in a car with no upgrades. You're supposed to tailgate him, but I decided I'd smash him around as well ;-)


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Endurance events and Elimination events are particularly good to slow the bot's down for future events, next best are Drag Race events, Autocross events and Speed Snap events, see methods to slow bots down.

Reports

Chronic Avidness wrote: thumb thumb thumb

Credit: RR3 Michael P, ME7, Chronic Avidness ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 02

Tips about The Elusive One Stage 02 (A Lead in Laguna Seca):

Tips


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down


Goal 2.1: Win an Event OR complete all three - Recommended PR58.5


Goal 2.2: Time Trial @ Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Finish within 1:24 - Recommended PR58.5


Goal 2.3: Head To Head @ Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca [1 lap] - Win without colliding or going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR58.5


Goal 2.4: Cup @ Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca [2 laps] - Overtake The Italian 2 times and finish within 3:30 (Rolling Start) - Recommended PR58.5

ME7 wrote:
thumb2.4 is like 1.3, finish as late as possible.

FANDOM 185.183.85.2 wrote:
I cannot seem to overtake the Italian twice. I have the recommended PR and I finish well below 3:30. I have to be missing something obvious. Any advice at all?

SwiSwe replied:
After catching him for the first time just let him pass a few meters and overtake him again.


Reports

Chronic Avidness wrote: thumb thumb thumb thumb

LenaelTheElf wrote:
Car with all level 1 updates (R$ only) and PR 58.5
2.1 - I surely slowed down the bots better than Chronic Avidness as Natalia was 3m behind the chased car, not 95 in front. I decided to win only one event (Hunting) with smalest margin as possible (achieved +4m) to avoid "speeding" bots.

2.2 - first try I was just over the time; 2nd try I made it minus 1sec777; 2rd try : 1:23:505.

2.3 - Was in front of Zoe and tried to slow her down (not sure if this will slow the other bots later) and finished 7m before her.

2.4 - Easy with PR58.5; finished in 3:29:104


Credit: RR3 Michael P, ME7, Chronic Avidness, LenaelTheElf, SwiSwe ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 03

Tips about The Elusive One Stage 03 (A Motive Behind Monza):

Tips


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down


Goal 3.1: Speed Record @ Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Morning) – Road Course - Reach an average speed of at least 129 mph (206 kph) and win without going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR61.2

Sirebel wrote:
Managed 3.1 by reversing to Ascari but only just. I had to have a couple of cracks at 3.4 because Ahmed kept overtaking whoever was in second place and it was impossible to catch him then. I caught him just before Parabolica on the second lap in the end I think. Easily tailed him after that, even when he moved into second and could have beaten him if I'd wanted to.

R$ only upgrades. Should have added some gold today and kicked off the next R$ but I fancied seeing how far I could go. Can't see me getting through Day 4 without gold.


Goal 3.2: Speed Snap @ Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Morning) – Junior Course — Win without going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR61.2


Goal 3.3: Head To Head @ Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Road Course [1 lap] - Win without colliding or going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR61.2


Goal 3.4: Cup @ Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Road Course [3 laps] - Tailgate The Emirati for at least 20 seconds and finish within 5:20 (Rolling Start) - Recommended PR61.2


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Endurance events and Elimination events are particularly good to slow the bot's down for future events, next best are Drag Race events, Autocross events and Speed Snap events, see methods to slow bots down.

Reports

Amrosa wrote:
I think that I probably could have gotten through Stage 03 Goal 1 without upgrading beyond 1111111 (R$icon Only), but it would have required perfect entry and exit on corners and no skids, and I just didn't want to put the time in to getting it right after two or three attempts at PR58.5 (Recommended is PR61.2)

Upgraded to 2221211 PR61.3 Cost: 195Icon Gold and bought the R$ stage 3 upgrades for those 4 as well so that they will be ready for tomorrow.

3.1 at PR61.3 was easier. It just ticked 206kph a few meters from the finish line. I took it a little easier, but passed on the first try.

3.2 I tried a bot slow, but no budge, so I just beat Zoé on speed snap.

3.3 Is a H2H against Zoé in the Aventador and she rockets off at the start and on Curva Grande, but she is easy to catch as she is painfully slow in turns; brakes early exits late.

3.4 is very easy, though it might be tough to catch Chase in the FXXK to finish first. Ahmed in the One-1 is a lot faster on the straights, but Ahmed could walk through the turns faster. Tailgating for 20s is cumulative, so you can let him rocket off, then catch him up again. If you haven't figured it out yet, Ahmed is the Emirati, so he is who you have to tail. He was in third in my race and was in the only One-1.  I slowed at the line so Ahmed passed me, but I finished in 5:15 (5:20 Goal); I think the Zonda R rear-ended me across the line a few seconds before I wanted to.

While a bit expensive, the thing I appreciate about the the Events lately is that the Recommended PR makes the event very doable without too much stress. That was the problem with events last year. You'd upgrade to the Rec PR and it would be impossible to reach the goal. I think that it is fair now. You can make the decision of whether to pay to play or not with no surprises and insane difficulty and regret after paying.

ME7 wrote:
thumbMake sure to take the longer way around the track rather than the usual way. That means driving on the outside line for bigger, flat out corners rather than the inside. 

Driver Settings: Tilt B, no assists, sensitivity 3

thumbFor 3.3 you can save your off track time to make an opportune pass. Remember to win by a small margin to hopefully keep the targets slower in the coming events. 

Driver Settings: Tilt B, no assists, sensitivity 3

thumbI finished way too early, like 25 seconds too early. The finish line just came up on me way too quickly. That's why I slid and tried to stop at the last second. This may make things a lot harder for me later on. Hopefully I can find a place to slow the bots down. Audio glitch, sorry.

Driver Settings: Tilt B, no assists, sensitivity 3

Chronic Avidness wrote: thumb thumb thumb thumb


Credit: RR3 Michael P, ME7, Amrosa, ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 04

Tips about The Elusive One Stage 04 (Deduction In Dubai):

Tips

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down


Goal 4.1: Win an without going off-track for more than 1 second OR come 9th in all three - Recommended PR64.0


Goal 4.2: Speed Record @ Dubai Autodrome – Hill Circuit - Reach an average speed of at least 95 mph (152 kph) without going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR64.0


Goal 4.3: Head To Head @ Dubai Autodrome – Grand Prix Circuit [1 lap] - Win without colliding or going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR64.0


Goal 4.4: Cup @ Dubai Autodrome – Grand Prix Circuit [2 laps] - Overtake to Belgian 4 times and finish within 6:30 (Rolling Start)- Recommended PR64.0


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Endurance events and Elimination events are particularly good to slow the bot's down for future events, next best are Drag Race events, Autocross events and Speed Snap events, see methods to slow bots down.

Reports

Chronic Avidness wrote: thumbthumbthumb4.1 I did all three events because the car wasn't fast enough to win.thumb

Real Racing 3 Speed Junkie wrote:
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ME7 wrote:

thumbthumbthumb4.1 choose to finish at least 9th. Winning isn't the problem, some of these races are easy @ PR 58.5 AND unserviced. Finishing lower will keep the bots slower and MAYBE the targets lower in future stages. I show you the short cuts for each track here.

Driver Settings: Tilt B, no assists, sensitivity 3


thumb4.2 No tricks at all just drive it nice and clean.

Driver Settings: Tilt B, no assists, sensitivity 3

thumb4.3 It's all about HOW you make contact. You need to gently contact the car, then you can push hard. This is probably the worst track for me, so pitting Zoe was my best option... and fun!

Driver Settings: Tilt B, no assists, sensitivity 3

User:HV2308 wrote:
(Level 268, WTTT level D-E, no assists, manual controls, PR 3333333 67.9 21/27 upgrades)

4.1 Went straight from day 3 to day 4. Did all 3 events (9th or better) with an unserviced car.

Off track is allowed if you're doing all three events. The "no off track for more than 1 second" is only in combination with finishing one event in 1st place, not when you do all 3.

4.4 Rolling start on the warm up lap, so you have about 2 and a half laps to get to The Belgian. He was driving around 5th place. Drive cleanly, pick off the cars one by one and you should get to the Belgian on the final lap. Overtake, let him by, overtake, let him by etc. He really sticks to your bumper so make a lot of room. You don't have to win this event, so if you want to botmanage you can slow down when you've done the 4 overtakes. The counter stays on 4 even if the Belgian passes you again.


Credit: RR3 Michael P, Chronic Avidness, Real Racing 3 Speed Junkie, ME7, ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 05

Tips about The Elusive One Stage 05 (Speculation Around Spa):

Tips

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down


Goal 5.1: Autocross @ Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps — Win within 0:31.5 without going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR66.4


Goal 5.2: Speed Record @ Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps - Win within 2:03 without going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR66.4


Goal 5.3: Head To Head @ Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps [1 lap] - Win without colliding or going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR66.4


Goal 5.4: Cup @ Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps [2 laps] - Tailgate The Briton for at least 30 seconds and finish within 6:10 (Rolling Start)- Recommended PR66.4

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Endurance events and Elimination events are particularly good to slow the bot's down for future events, next best are Drag Race events, Autocross events and Speed Snap events, see methods to slow bots down.

Reports

Chronic Avidness wrote:thumb|180x180px thumb|180x180px thumb|180x180px thumb|180x180px

User:HV2308 wrote:
(Level 268, WTTT level D-E, no assists, manual controls, PR 3333333 67.9 21/27 upgrades)

Day 5 is definitely the hardest of the bunch, but still pretty doable at PR 67.9. You may have to try multiple times (I did anyway), but not for hours on end.

For me there's a difference if you know you'll get it in the end, improving and learning from each fialed attempt, or totally undoable challenges where no matter how well you drive, you don't even come close to the target.

5.1 is all about not skidding and good lines. The more you retry the better you'll get and a clean run will undoubtedly follow. Cut across the apex / inside of the corners with 2 wheels. Better to try and maintain speed and keep it smooth than accelerating hard, braking hard etc. Don't be too stressed and hit the corner too fast. Keep momentum. Brake early before the turn, so you can accelerate early while still in the turn.

5.2 is about entering the first two straights with as much speed as possible and keeping it all together for the whole lap from there. Skidding costs a lot of time and momentum, so avoid that.

Reaching the required top speed isn't a problem, it's all about finishing in 2.03. You should easily get the top speed on the long Kemmel straight, and maybe even just before Eau Rouge.

The practice you got in 5.1 comes in handy.

Wide line into turn 1, cut towards the inside wall while going full throttle early. Slow down just a bit for Eau Rouge so you can accelerate from just after the bottom. If you have to lift or brake, or skid on the uphill bit, it will really cost you on Kemmel straight after that.

Made this one with over 2 secs to spare and 195 top speed in the end (and I'm not a special driver)

5.3 nothing special or unusual to report. Usual tactics. Once you have 5.2 you can cruise to the end of the event.

5.4 2 lap Cup race with a rolling start, much like the earlier event at Dubai. Clean overtakes and not too much skidding, pick off the cars one by one and you should get to The Belgian you have to tailgate somewhere before halfway lap 2. No sudden bursts of speed, he was easy to follow. Overtook him when the 30 seconds were up just to make sure I got to the finish inside the required 6m10s. But there was loads of time left. You don't have to win this event, so you can stop before the line and let the clock run down if you're into botmanagement.


Credit: RR3 Michael P, Chronic Avidness, ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 06

Tips about The Elusive One Stage 06 (Elementary, My Dear Aston):

Tips


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down



Goal 6.1: Head To Head at Silverstone – The Grand Prix Circuit [1 lap] - Tailgate Zoe within 80 yd (55[17] m) for the entire race without going off-track for more than 1 second (Rolling Start) - Recommended PR68.4


Goal 6.2: Speed Snap @ Silverstone – The National Circuit — Win without going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR68.4


Goal 6.3: Head To Head at Silverstone – The Grand Prix Circuit [1 lap] - Win without colliding or going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR68.4


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Endurance events and Elimination events are particularly good to slow the bot's down for future events, next best are Drag Race events, Autocross events and Speed Snap events, see methods to slow bots down.

Reports

Real Racing 3 Speed Junkie wrote:
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Chronic Avidness wrote:
thumb thumbIn the end, I won the car with PR 62.6 with upgrades 1331113. I spent 136 gold on upgrades. It might be possible to win the car with upgrades 1131313, which would have cost 134 gold, but I cloud saved my game after buying the stage 3 drivetrain upgrade. Oh well...thumb

ME7 wrote:
thumb thumb thumbDay 6 very easy @ 3333333
Driver Settings: Tilt B, no assists, sensitivity 3

User:Amrosa wrote:
6.1 is incredibly easy at 3333333 PR67.9. Zoé is driving the McLAREN P1™ on Silverstone - The Grand Prix Circuit. Could probably be done with less. Only tip would be to tap here bumper if you come in a little hot to avoid passing her or going off.

6.2 Is a Speed Snap. First try I failed. Second try, took the long way around the corner the went to right side of track and left to give me enough distance to reach 248.78. Again, very easy with 3333333 PR67.9.

6.3 Is another Head to Head. Catch Zoé and go for the inside pass at turn two. The race will allow for broadside contact between the cars but do not try to pit her, even inadvertently as that is a red flag. Accelerate past her and then just stay on the track. I beat her by over 140m, again with with 3333333 PR67.9.

Still had three or four green bars left.

Net was -246Icon Gold, which is okay with me. As I can earn 300Icon Gold by watching ads over the 6 days of the event and the 9 days before Track To Tarmac, I will be back in a positive gold position, not including gold from level ups and Daily Bonus.

I was happy with this event. Day 5 was challenging, but like with all the days, if you met the Recommended PR, the Goals were doable. I can appreciate that and I know that if I chose to spend that amount for upgrades, I will be competitive and not get shafted like in Front-Runner or The Gauntlet (Season 6).

Based on the crew quotes, I think that the storyline is going to carry over to Track To Tarmac. The plot thickens.


User:HV2308 wrote:
(Level 268, WTTT level D-E, no assists, manual controls, PR 3333333 67.9 21/27 upgrades)

Day 6 was a breeze after Day 5. Only 3 short events, not even a Cup race and all easily winnable.

6.1 Rolling start - full throttle to catch up Zoe and then just follow her around. No sudden unexpected bursts of speed after corners as we have sometimes had in previous events.

6.2 Speed snap - don't enter the final turn before the straight too fast & take as wide an outside line as possible, so you can hit full throttle from about halfway the turn or before that.

6.3 Head to head, standing start. No problem again. Contact from the side is no problem, and Zoe is not too aggressive once she has been overtaken. Quite easy to keep her behind.


Credit: RR3 Michael P, Chronic Avidness, ME7, User:Amrosa, Real Racing 3 Speed Junkie, ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Start / End Strategy

The player has 6 days to complete the 6 stages, the event is 6 days x 24 hours. The first stage will start the time the player starts it, the last stage will end 6 x 24 hours later. As stage 01 is normally straight forward and can be completed without an upgrade or service, it can be started late in the day, it doesn't matter if stage 01 isn't completed the first day, it can continued the following day. Stage 02, will automatically unlock at midnight, but can only be raced once stage 01 is complete. Stage 03 will unlock at midnight the following day, and so on up to stage 6. In total there will be 6 x 24 hours = 144 hours to complete all stages.

For example:

Start Monday @ 7:30 PM the event will end 6 days x 24 hours later, Sunday @ 7:30 PM,

Stage
No.
Day Day Day Day Day Day Day
Start
Stage 1
Mon from 19:30Tue from 19:30Wed from 19:30Thu from 19:30Fri from 19:30Sat from 19:30Sun from 19:30
Stage 2TueWedThuFriSatSunMon
Stage 3WedThuFriSatSunMonTue
Stage 4ThuFriSatSunMonTueWed
Stage 5FriSatSunMonTueWedThu
Stage 6SatSunMonTueWedThuFri
Continue
Stage 6
Sun until 19:30Mon until 19:30Tue until 19:30Wed until 19:30Thu until 19:30Fri until 19:30Sat until 19:30

You need to choose the best time for you to start The Elusive One event, or more importantly when is the best time for you to end the event!


RR3 Michael P wrote (pre-race tip):
I wouldn't recommend starting the event on the first day, Mon Oct 23rd, as many racers, who start as soon as the event opens, complain about bugs, which FM then fix! Instead, leave the start a day or two and let other people do the bug testing. Also, the tips and details can be filled in by the early adopters, so starting a day or two later gives a better heads up.

Ideally, for racers who are busy Monday to Friday and have the weekend free, the best day and time to start is as late as possible Monday, as long as it's before midnight, meaning stage 6 of the event can be completed over two days, the following Saturday and Sunday. Unfortunately is a short time to start this event! It is only open for 1 week, as the next special event is expected Sunday, November 6. Keep an eye out for adverts to start the event and watch for a countdown to start. Once started the event can be run, even if it's closed to new racers.

Cloud Save / Restore

It is important to cloud save before every race, for full details see RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#Cloud Save / Restore

General Tips

Strategy

  • Strategy - Including why gold is precious.


Time Shifted Multiplayer (TSM)

  • Time Shifted Multiplayer - TSM algorithm and AI, whys it's important to win by small margins and how to slow bots down


List of Offline Bots Names

See RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#List of Offline Bots Names

List of The Elusive One Bots Names

 !  This section needs updating if The Elusive One has its own set of bots  ! 

This event has a different set of offline bots, that are also common to No Compromise, Light-Rider and Jaguar Legacy: XJ220:

The Elusive One
Al Herbi
Charlotte
Chen
Coetzee
Cohen
De Vries
Demir
Demopoulos
Dumitru
Elias
Emma
Eric
Fontana
Garcia
Gomez
Gonzalez
Ivanov
Janssens
Jones
Kim
Li
Lim
Lopez
Martinez
Melnyk
Michael
Miller
Moreau
Munoz
Mysterious Driver
Natalia
Nguyen
Nielsen
Nowak
Petrovic
Romano
Santos
Sarawut T.
Schneider
Silva
Singh
Smith
Stuart
Tan
Tanaka
The American
The Belgian
The Briton
The Emirati
The Italian
Williams
Zoé

Methods to slow bots down

See RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#Methods to slow bots down

FAQ

How can I service the car when I already finished the day?

If the final car service is missed, after the final event on the day, the soonest it can service is at midnight (local time), when the next stage opens.

The Target is too High, How do I Reduce it?

See RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#The Target is too High, How do I Reduce it?

The Game / Le Mans Keeps crashing

See RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#The Game / Le Mans Keeps crashing

When is the last time I can start this Event?

The event will close ~October 29.

The way FM display the date isn't very clear, they use a rounding factor. The days and hours remaining, to start, is changing at midday or on the half hour. The closing date and time displayed is a cautious closing date and time. Keep an eye out for adverts to start the event and watch for a countdown to start. Once started the event can be run, even if it's closed to new racers.

Will this event be added to the race career?

FM went through a spell of adding special events to the racing career, the last time a special event was added was September 2015 v3.6, NASCAR Academy was added directly to the NASCAR career, without previously being released as a Time Limited Event (TLE). Previous to that was April 2015 v3.3, with Redline: Origins and MotorFiesta 1. It is therefore unlikely this event will be added to the racing career.

Will the car be available to win in the future?

The ASTON MARTIN ONE-77 is available to win if the challenge is completed in ?? days, after mmm dd the ASTON MARTIN ONE-77 can be purchased.


Can I buy the car?

The ASTON MARTIN ONE-77 is available in one series:

This vehicle was added in the Aston Martin Update (v5.6.0) released in October 2017 and can be unlocked by earning ?? trophies in Collector's Championship.

This vehicle can be acquired for 600Icon Gold or 480Icon Gold with showcase discount. It can sometimes be bought for ?? Icon Gold as a 'Get it Now' price, unlocking Collector's Championship.

This vehicle is available to win in the following special event:

Quote Natalia
If you start to play the event, all upgrades, customizations and VIP will remain on the car permanently, whether you acquire it from this event or buy it later.
— Natalia, Agent

What is the minimum PR / upgrades required

RR3 Michael P wrote (pre-race):
Since Generations, if the players car is far below the recommended PR level the bots run impossible times. Once the car is upgraded the bots return to normal times. Slowing the bots works, only when the PR requirements are close. Some goals have fixed top bots. Possible upgrade strategies:

No. Description Upgrade R$ Icon Gold
1Upgrade the car with R$ and pay (30/40/50 Icon Gold) to skip impossible goalsPR58.5
1111111
554,800 ~0-300+
2Upgrade the car with R$ then only the Icon Gold upgrades that give top speed and/or acceleration, leaving the grip and breaking upgrades (suspension and tires&wheels).Target PR~67.9
3333333
1,802,900323
3Upgrade the car with R$ then Icon Gold, then R$ until PR70 is reached. Maybe ??!! ~PR70.5
5334334
2,287,000653
4Fully upgrade the carFully Upgraded2,287,0001,053

Chronic Avidness completed 1331113, R$icon1,082,400 & 136Icon Gold

Real Racing 3 Speed Junkie completed 1331311 R$icon1,095,500 & 140Icon Gold

How much do the upgrades cost?

Stage PR
(Upgrades)
Top Speed Acc. Braking Cornering Cost Parts
Initial
w/ Icon Gold
53.8 220 mph
354 kph
3.50 s 96.0 ft
29.2 m
1.25 g 600 Icon Gold
(480 Icon Gold)
Max PR
w/ R$
58.5
(1111111)
226 mph
364 kph
3.38 s 92.3 ft
28.1 m
1.29 g R$554,800
(+R$1,732,200)
7
8
Max PR
w/ Icon Gold
71.8
(6434334)
247 mph
397 kph
3.00 s 83.0 ft
25.2 m
1.42 g +1,053 Icon Gold
(1,940 Icon Gold)
12
27
Top Speed
(kph)
164 220 276 332 388 444 500
354 397
Acc.
(s)
8.60 6.73 5.13 3.80 2.73 1.93 1.40
3.50 3.00
Braking
(m)
51 44 37 30 23 16 9
29.2 25.2
Cornering
(g)
0.6 0.8 1.2 1.8 2.6 3.6 4.8
1.25 1.42

For car details see here:

For full details on upgrades with PR see here:

Useful Pages

See RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#Useful Pages

Benefit

Calculated benefits of the event:

Date: start mmm dd end mmm dd Difference
R$icon
Icon Gold
Cars
Level

(Can be calculated from the figures before starting day and figures after completion of the special challenge)

Credit and Thanks

Many of the tips and FAQ have been combined from posts left by this RR3 wiki community, a big credit needs to go to this excellent community. Also, thank you, to everyone who has left comments and tips, for this challenge.

Comments and Tips

If you have any tips, please either edit the relevant section of this page and add them yourself or leave comments on the The Elusive One Comments and an editor will add them later.

Please post your comments and tips, any information you feel may be useful, such as:

  • What stage and event you are leaving a tip for, this can be shortened e.g. Tip for 1.3 is for stage 01 event 3
  • What problems you had and how to overcome the problems?
  • e.g. Can corner be cut?
  • Can an event be run with a broken car?
  • If so with what PR/upgrade?
  • What controls Tilt A / B?
  • What assists - brakes high / low /off? TC on / off?
  • Basically any tips that may be useful to other racers.
  • If you are anonymous feel free to sign a name or handle.


One of the editors will summarise them and add them to the relevant event if there is anything missing please post a comment or tip to The Elusive One Comments and let us know ;-)

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 The way FM display the date isn't very clear, they use a rounding factor. The days and hours remaining, to start, is changing at mid day or on the half hour. The closing date and time displayed is a cautious closing date and time.

    The best time to start is late in the day local time, as the next stage opens at midnight local time.

    If the event is started 11PM October 24th (local time), the event can be completed 6x24 hours later, 11PM October 30th. Allowing almost two full days to complete the last stage.