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* The bias-ply tires on these historical cars burn at a much faster
rate than modern radials do, and you must adapt to the times or
risk losing every race you enter. For starters, practice your pit-
stop routine until you're able to enter and leave with absolute
precision. Second, try adjusting the tire pressures during prerace
practice sessions to determine which pressure gives the longest
life. And finally, modify your driving style to eliminate tire
squeal in the turns. Remember, nothing slows you down like extra
* You won't be able to brake nearly as deep or hold your line through
a turn as you would with a modern-day NASCAR car, no matter how hard
you try. So take it easy out there.
* Legends' Easy setup is preferable to the Ace setup on several of the
game's shorter courses. On the Easy setting, you won't achieve the
same sort of speeds as you would on the Ace setting, but you can keep
the car calmer and less jittery and hold your line through turns. And
when you're in the thick of traffic in these antique cars, stability
is absolutely essential.
* Using the [F10] overhead view from a standing start is a pretty good
idea, but you won't want to do it once you're at speed and in the
throes of all those complex Papyrus physics. The overhead view gives
you a better idea of just how close your rivals are as you try to pick
up a few positions before that first turn.
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