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Dodge Hellcat Championship


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Dodge Hellcat Championship is a time-limited series accessible through the WELCOME TO REAL RACING tab. In the series, players will be able to participate in ?? events, separated by ?? tiers. It was added with the Evolution of Jaguar Update (v4.5.1), started ?? August and has a ?-day time limit.

Throughout the series, players can earn up to R$??,000 by unlocking tiers, as well as R$??,000 and ?? Icon Gold in bonuses upon reaching 100% completion in the series.

Tier ?? and ??% completion can be reached without Icon Gold upgrades.


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20% Unlock Discount

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When you first unlock a car in a series, you are immediately offered a 20% discount bonus regardless of whether the car costs cash or gold. The discount is a one time offer only. RR3 does occasionally put up better discounts on cars but it tends to be in the region of one or two a month. These special discounts also include cars which you already own and cars which you haven’t yet unlocked and therefore can’t take advantage of in either case.

Although better than full price, you should think very carefully about accepting the 20% off if the car costs gold. If you don’t need the car to progress the series (i.e. it belongs to a sub series or isn’t specifically required to get to the next level up) you’re probably better off hording the gold you would have spent in order to buy cars that you must have to get to the next level. Saving up 20% of 150 gold is a lot less than saving up 20% of 1000 gold because you couldn’t afford the more expensive car.

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Expert Cash

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In the Expert Section, under the Accolade Open, look for the Mastare Global Championships Round 3 (window 22) and the Suzuka Circuit Cup race.

I can complete this 5 lap race at roughly 1m 46s per lap for a total of 8 minutes 48 seconds racing with the BMW M3 GT2 ALMS.

On account of the relatively high traction to speed ratio, the race is quite winable with high speed cornering and has a good payout.

With the 100% day bonus and the Manager, a cool R$140,000 is a welcome bonus.

Fame is around 5800 base rate with up to 23,200 on good days 🙂

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Pro Races

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In the Pro Section, under the Pro/AM super car club, look for the Turbo Burst Australasian cup (window 16) and the Mount Panorama Cup race.

I can complete this 4 lap race at 1:51 per lap for a total of 7 minutes 24 seconds racing with the Nissan GT-R Premium (R35).

It costs the entire car to finish the race (I’m both a sloppy and needlessly aggressive driver) but with the 100% day bonus and the (free) Master Manager, the payout is just short of R$71,000 with a further R$8000 in clean race bonus.

I tend to lose about R$1,000 in penalties and a further R$1,025 to service the car, but a R$77,000 payout for seven and half minutes of racing is the best I’ve come across so far.

With the Master Agent and the 2x fame, you also collect 6400 in fame points. It’s not the highest available in fame but it’s definitely on the side of reasonable.

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Payout

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Gold payout for leveling up does increase, but not by much. Payout is 20 in gold for level 50 to 75, 22 in gold for 75 to 99 and 25 gold for 100 to 124. The kicker is that leveling up takes immeasurably longer at higher levels.

Level 75 will take you about 94,000 fame points to level up. Most of the full tracks lower in the series give you between 1,000 and 2,000 fame points meaning you’ll need to do some 47 races to level up.

Across the entire game you’ll need somewhere around 13,000 in gold just to purchase the cars (full price & more as FM keeps adding cars). Use the gold only for buying cars that can’t be bought with cash and absolutely essential upgrades that can’t be bought with cash.

Skipping levels that you really can’t manage in the car give aways could be permissible if you win the car in question, but only if it’s less than it’d cost you to purchase the car in gold. Hoard the gold.

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If You’re Lucky To Land In 1st Place, Cut Off Rival Racers Behind You

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Once you take the 1st place position in a race, it’s pretty hard to keep it as time goes on. You’re gonna have to play a bit dirty if you’re willing to stay in the top position. Cut off any racers that get a tad too close to you by turning into their direction. If you’re driving on a straight pathway and someone’s tailing you, pull this lil’ stunt on them – let ’em get close to you, then bump ’em off the road. HA! Dirty DRIVING FTW!

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Don’t Go Too Crazy On The Road, Though; This Isn’t Bumper Cars

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Yeah, we know we just told you to knock off anyone on the track if you’re in first place. But if you’re in a lower pole position, play it safe by driving safe. Avoid scraping your ride against other rides and those roadside obstacles. If you play this game as if you’re a Burnout veteran, then you won’t get very far in this game. Your vehicle’s performance will noticeably take a huge dip if you drive a bit wild on the road.


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Always Have The Best Car You Can

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Seems an odd statement, but it’s the best way to progress through the game well. The game structure recently changed into a progress driven career mode, so getting the best car possible at the right time is even more crucial. Don’t think about conserving credits – either pre-loaded or something you’ve bought – go for the best you can afford. At the beginning of the game you don’t want to be thinking about upgrades, you need to hit the track, and the initial choice of car won’t matter too much. I started out with the Ford Focus RS, which has proved to be highly upgradeable and an excellent all-rounder as the game has progressed. But as you progress now, you need to have certain performance ratings on your car to enter certain races. So if you can get something faster, then do.


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Be Smart With Your Upgrades

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An increase in top speed isn’t going to help on most tracks and challenges. Engine upgrades tend to offer better results in top speed, but less in terms of acceleration. In a lot of the races in RR3, lower 0-60 times will benefit much more than being able to go 195mph. The start is crucial, and getting away from the line and up to racing speed quicker will ultimately gain you more places in the early part of the race, and being able to pull away from corners quicker than your opponents will help you consolidate your position once you’ve passed them. So, look to upgrading the drivetrain before the engine, get that 0-60 time down. Also look at combining this with reducing the weight of your car.


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Likewise, Be Smart With In-App Purchases

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It truly is possible to play RR3 without spending a penny, but you’ll spend more time waiting around for things to happen. If you should feel you want to spend some money to help you out, be smart. Look at the packages you can purchase that combine gold and R$, and also the specific car related packages too. Don’t blindly tap away to increase just your R$ or your gold, strike a good balance. And, if you have the currency available and a deal flashes up on a car such as 40% off, buy it. If you’re in a position to buy it, and to use it at your current level of progression, then do it. I picked up a BMW Z4 GT3 for 40% below it’s regular in-game price, which otherwise I probably wouldn’t have done.


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