How to beat Gran Turismo 3 - Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec
How to beat Gran Turismo 3
First, get every licence possible (don't worry about the S licence).
Then, buy the Sprinter Trueno GT-Apex (AE86 I,J,) and try to beat the Sunday Cup, the Clubman Cup, FR Trophy, the Turbo Sports Challenge and the 80s Sports Car Cup, and keep adding stuff to it. After you have beaten all these (except maybe the Turbo Sports Challenge), save up for a Mitsubishi 3000GT
VR-4 Turbo. After you have enough money for it, sell your Sprinter and start racing your 3000GT. Keep racing until you have fitted a Stage 2 Turbo, Semi-Racing Muffler, Sports Intercooler and everything from drivetrain, suspension and brakes and others/random. Now buy some dirt-racing tyres and beat the rally league. Sell off all your prize cars except the Citroen Xsara Rally Car. Race the FF Trophy with it in the first two leagues. DON'T add anything to it. When you have beaten these, go back to your 3000GT. With it, beat the Gran Turismo World Championship (first 2 leagues), the Japanese Racing Cup (amateur league), the 4WD Championship and the Turbo Sports Challenge (both in amateur league). Save up until you have enough to buy the Jaguar XJ220 Road Car. Keep racing the 3000GT until you have enough to fully fit it up in this order.
Turbo Stage 4--Racing Intercooler--Racing Muffler--Port Polish--Full Engine Balancing--Racing Chip--Triple Clutch--Racing Flywheel--Carbon Driveshaft--Full Racing Transmission--LSD Full Customisation--Suspension Fully Customised Service--Sports Brakes--Brake Balance Controller--Sports Tyres--Lightweight Stages 1 through 3. When this is done, race the XJ220 in the Super Speedway Endurance Race and win. Pit every 15 laps or so. When you win, buy the Corvette Grand Sport. Boot it up fully and race in every American Championship. Now you have a garage with all drive types, all aspirations and many different types of cars.
P.S. Here's what all the initials stand for:
FF- Front Engine+Front Wheel Drive
FR- Front Engine+Rear Wheel Drive
MR- Middle Engine+Rear Wheel Drive
RR- Rear Engine+Rear Wheel Drive (the RUF RGT is the only one I think)
4WD- Four Wheel Drive
NA- Natural Aspiration
HP- Horse Power
BHP- Brake Horse Power
Added by: Soccer NASCAR Fan Jul 11th 2006, ID#22085