Gran Turismo 4

Strategy Guide/Walkthrough/FAQ

Corey Feldman Interview


Credits and licenses

Have a saved game file from Gran Turismo 3 or Gran Turismo 4: Prologue to start with extra credits and some of your previously earned licenses. Use the following steps to transfer your Gran Turismo 3 data to Gran Turismo 4. This must be done when you first start the game. It can not be done after you have already started and saved a game. Put a blank memory card into slot one and start Gran Turismo 4. When the message "Do you wish to create game data" appears, select "OK". When asked to name the save file, enter a name and select "OK". The message "Game data will now be created" will appear. It will then specify how big the save file is (1498 kb) and tell you what slot (slot one) it will be saved to. Select "OK". When the "Save successful" message appears, select "OK". The game will then tell you about its auto save feature. Select "OK". It then tells you about the flashing save icon. Select "OK". The game then tells you about not removing the memory card when the flashing save icon is flashing. Select "OK". Follow the next steps very carefully. The game tells that you can utilize a game save from Gran Turismo 3. It then asks if you would like to see details. Select "OK". You are told that you can transfer credits (up to 100,000). Select "OK". The game then tells you about updating the status of your licenses (A and B licenses). Select "OK". The game now tells you how to load the Gran Turismo 3 data. Read this carefully, then select "OK". You will be asked if you want to start the game. Select "Start". The loading screen appears, then the game brings you back to the main menu. Select "Gran Turismo mode", which is the second option down on the list. An arrow will appear on the "home icon". Press X to enter your home. At the top right of the screen, you will see the word "Status". Move the arrow over to it and press X. Take out the memory card that has the newly created Gran Turismo 4 data and insert the memory card that has your Gran Turismo 3 data stored on it. At the bottom of the status screen you will see (Square) return and (Start) transfer game data. Press Start, first making sure that your Gran Turismo 3 data in now in slot one. You will be asked if you want to transfer game data. Select "OK" Be careful, as you can only do it once. If you make a mistake, you will have to start from the beginning. A message stating that your licenses have been transferred will appear. Select "OK". You will be asked if you want to transfer credits. Select "OK". A message stating that your credits have been transferred will appear. Select "OK". Finally, you will notice in the top right corner that you now have 110,000 credit. Also, to the center left of the screen you will notice the A and B license icons have lit up.

View ending sequence

Win The Gran Turismo World Championship in Professional Events to view the ending sequence.

Faster credit reward screen

Hold L2 to load the credits faster. For example, when you win a 45,000 credir reward, holding L2 will make it load much faster. Doing this trick on a 10,000 credit prize will make the numbers disappear completely off the screen in about one second.

Tune car while at house

While at your house, hold L1 + L2 + R1 + R2 + Select + Start to go to the car setup/tune page. This saves a lot of time, as you can set your car up for arcade races without first starting a race, then tuning, then going back to the main menu. Additionally, when at the screen where you select to go into the Garage, Status, Diary, etc. and are in the car that you want to tune, simply press Start. You will be sent to the tune car screen.

Jump directly to car manufacturer

From the main menu (where your garage is located), press L1 or R1 to go directly to the car manufacturer for the car that you are currently in.

Remain in current gear with automatic transmissions

When racing with an automatic transmission, hold R2 to force the car to remain in the current gear. Release R2 when the small red light to change gears flashes or the car will not change gears. This useful for remaining at a given speed through a corner, or stretching the top end of a gear for a little extra speed or performance.

Toggle ghost racer

After you finish one, try a B, A, IB, IA, or S license (1-16) or rally. The ghost racer will be on. If it confuses you, press D-pad Up to toggle it off or on.

License test help

During the countdown in a license test, press R3 to display blue (acceleration) and red (braking) guides on your route. Note: This only works on the B and A license tests and tests where there is no pace car.

Race without the required licenses

If you have obtained all your licenses except for the S License, you can still participate in S License races. Enter the race with the correct requirements for the race in B-Spec mode. You will still earn the prize car and the credits.

Night/infrared vision replays

During a replay, quickly press Square(4) to see a night or infrared vision replay.

Faster replays

During a replay, press L3.

No replay music

During a replay, press Circle.

Stop scrolling text

At any point that you see scrolling text at the bottom of the screen (at the main menu or when buying parts for your vehicle), press L3 to stop the text from scrolling.

Acura DN-X '02

Get all Silver or better in the A License (US version).

Alfa Romeo 155 2.5 V6 TI Race Car '93

Win the Italian Festival.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA 1600 '65

Win the GTA Cup at Alfa Romeo in the Italian showroom.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale '63

Win the 1000 Miles.

Alpine 1600S

Win the Alpine Showroom cup.

Alpine A310 1600VE '73

Win the George Paris.

Aston Martin DB9 Coupe '03 (Super Gold special color)

Win the Aston Martin Carnival at Aston Martin in the British showroom.

Audi Abt Audi TT-R Touring Car '02

Win the Nurburgring 4 Hours Endurance.

Audi Le Mans Quattro '03

Win the Tourist Trophy at Audi in the German showroom.

Audi Nuvotari Quattro '03

Successfully complete 25% of the game. This car has 608 hp, 4WD, and cannot be sold or bought.

Audi Pikes Peak Quattro '03

Win the A3 Cup at Audi in the German showroom.

Audi R8 '01

Win the Sarthe Circuit 24 Hours I.

Autobianchi A112 Abarth '79

Get all Golds in all the races for the Sunday Cup.

Autobianchi A112 Abarth '79

Win the Sunday Cup.

Bentley Speed 8 Race Car '03

Win the Sarthe Circuit 24 Hours II.

BMW M3 GTR Race Car '01

Win theSchwarzwald League A.

BMW MacLaren F1 GTR Race Car '97

Win the Gran Turismo All Stars.

Cadillac Cien '02

Win the Rally d' Umbria. You can upgrade it to about 1100 hp.

Chevrolet Camaro LM Race Car '01

Win the Stars and Stripes.

Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 '70

Win the American Muscle Car Championship.

Chevrolet Corvette Convertible (C1) '54

Win the American Championship.

Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C2) Race Car '63

Win the Vette! Vette! Vette! at Chevrolet in the American Showroom.

Chevrolet Silverado SST Concept '02

Win the Sport Truck Race.

Chrysler Prowler '02

Win the Spider & Roadster.

Citroen 2CV Type-A '54

Win the French Championship.

Cizeta V16T '94

Win the Supercar Festival.

Daihatsu Midget

Win the Midget II Trophy at Daihatsu.

Daihatsu Midget II D-Type '98

You can only find it in the Late 90's used car shop. You must buy this car if you want to win the Midget II Trophy at Daihatsu's shop.

DMC DeLorean S2 '04

Successfully complete Missions 1 to 10.

Dodge Charger Super Bee 426 Hemi '71

Win the New York 200 Miles.

Dome Zero '78

Get all Golds in the International A License.

Fairlady Z Concept LM Race Car

Win all the Z races in the Nissan manufacturer challenges.

Fiat 500R

Sometimes this car is sold in the 80's used car shop.

Ford Escort Rally Car '98

Win the Tahiti.

Ford GT '05

Win the Premium Sports Lounge.

Ford GT Concept '02

Win the Tsukuba Circuit.

Ford GT LM Edition '02

Win the Infineon World Sport Car Trophy.

Ford GT LM Edition Spec-II '04

Win the Gran Turismo World Championship.

Ford GT40 Race Car '69

Win the Laguna Seca 200 Miles.

Ford Model T Tourer '15

Get all Golds in the Super License.

Ford RS200 '84

Win the Grand Canyon.

Ford RS200 Rally Car '85

Win the Rally d' Capri.

Ginetta G4 '64

Win the Light Weight K Cup.

GTS-R Viper Concept Car

Win the Chrysler Crossfire Trophy. -From:

Honda Dualnote '01

Get all Silvers in the Domestic A License (Japanese version).

Honda Life Step Van '72

Win the Japanese Compact Car Cup.

Honda Motul Civic

Win the Civic Trophy at Honda.

Honda NSX-R Concept '01

Win the Race of NA Sports.

Honda NSX-R LM Edition Race Car '02

Win the Super Speedway 150 Miles.

Honda NSX-R LM Edition Road Car '02

Win the Motegi 8 Hours Endurance.

Honda S500 '63

Get all Golds in the Domestic B License.

Honda S800 RSC Race Car '68

Win the World Compact Car Race.

Hyundai HCD6 '01

Win the Cathedral Rocks (Trail II).

Infiniti FX45 Concept '02

Win the Chamoni.

Jaguar E-Type Coupe '61

Win the British GT Cup.

Jaguar XJ220 LM Edition '01

Win the European Championship.

Jaguar XJR-9 Race Car '98

Successfully complete 50% of the game to get this car, which you can buy for 3,500,000 credits from Jaguar Classic Cars. You can sell this car for 743,749 credits.

Jay Leno Tank Car '03

Successfully complete Missions 11 to 20.

Jensen Healey Interceptor Mk.III '74

Get all Golds in the International B License.

Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione '92

This car is rare. You can only find it in the early 90's used car shop. You can use it to easily win the Italian Festival.

Lancia Delta HF Integrale Rally Car '92

Win the Rally d' Umbria.

Lancia Delta S4 Rally Car '85

Win the Rally d' Umbria.

Lancia Stratos Rally Car '77

Win the Chamoni.

Land Rover Range Stormer Concept '04

Win the Cathedral Rocks (Trail I).

Lister Storm V12 Race Car '99

Win the Suzuka 1000km.

Lotus Elan S1 '62

Win the Lotus Classics at Lotus in the British showroom.

Lotus Elise Type 72 '01

Win the Elise Trophy at Lotus in the British showroom.

Lotus Esprit Turbo HC '87

Win the MR Challenge.

Lotus Europa Special '71

Win the British Light Weight Car Race.

Mazda 787B '91

Reach 694 in game days. It will appear in Used Cars 1 for 1,224,999 credits.

Mazda Atenza Concept '01

Win the FF Challenge.

Mazda Atenza Touring Car '02

Win the Tsukuba Circuit.

Mazda BP FALKEN RX-7 (D1GP) '03

Win the Race of Turbo Sports.

Mazda Kusabi '03

Get all Silvers in the Domestic B License.

Mazda Mazdaspeed Atenza '05

Win the Clubman Cup.

Mazda RX-7 LM Race Car '01

Win the Roadster 4 Hours Endurance.

Mazda RX-8 Concept (Type-I) '01

Win the Tsukuba Circuit.

Mazda RX-8 Concept (Type-II) '04

Get all Silver in the International B License.

Mercedes Sauber C 9 Race Car '89

Win the Formula GT World Championship (American version). Win the Formula GT World (Japanese version).

Mercedes-Benz AMG 190E 2.5 16V Evolution II (DTM) '92

Win the Schwarzwald League B.

Mercedes-Benz AMG CLK-GTR Race Car '98

Win the German Touring Car Championship.

Mercedes-Benz Benz Patent Motor Wagen 1886

Win the European Classic Car Championship.

Mercedes-Benz Daimler Motor Carriage '1886

Win the World Classic Car Series.

Mercedes CLK Touring Car

Win the Legend Of The Silver Arrow at Mercedes.

Mercury Cougar XR-7 '67

Successfully complete the Super License.

MGF '97 (Yellow special color)

Win the the MG festival at MG in the British showroom.

Mini Marcos GT '70

Get Gold in Mini Mini Sports Meeting.

Mitsubishi CZ-3 Tarmac '01

Win the Swiss Alps.

Mitsubishi CZ-3 Tarmac Rally Car '02

Win the Grand Canyon.

Mitsubishi FTO Super Touring Car '97

Win the Tokyo R246 300km.

Mitsubishi HSR-II Concept '89

Win the Japanese 80's Festival.

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV Rally Car'97

Win the Ice Arena.

Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution Rally

Win the Cathedral Rocks (Trail II).

Mitsubishi Pajero Rally Raid Car '85

Win the Tahiti.

Mitsubishi Straion 4WD Rally Car '84

Win the Grand Canyon.

Nike One 2022

Successfully complete the International B License. There is a hidden Morse code on the right side of the car. When reversed, it reads "", an automotive designer.

Nismo 270R '94 (S14)

Successfully complete the International A License.

Nismo 400R (R33) '96

Win the Japanese 90's Challenge.

Nismo Skyline GT-R LM Road going version

Win the Race of the Red Emblem.

Nissan R92CP

Reach 694 in game days. It will appear in Used Cars 1 for 1,224,999 credits.

Nissan R390 GT1 '98

Reach 694 in game days. It will appear in Used Cars 2 for 2,924,999 credits.

Nissan Bluebird 1600SSS Rally Car (510) '69

Win the Ice Arena.

Nissan Fairlady Z Concept LM Race Car '02

Win the Japanese Championship.

Nissan Gran Turismo Skyline GT-R (Pacecar) '01

Win the Real Circuit Tours.

Nissan GT-R Concept '01

Get all Silvers in the International A License.

Nissan GT-R Concept LM Race Car '02

Win the Dream Car Championship.

Nissan Motul Pitwork Z (JGTC) '04

Win the Japanese GT Championship.

Nissan Option Stream Z '04

Win the Tuning Car Grand Prix.

Nissan R89C Race Car '89

Successfully complete Missions 30 to 34.

Nissan R92CP Race Car '92

Win the Fuji 1000km.

Nissan Silvia 240RS Rally Car '85

Win the Swiss Alps.

Nissan Skyline 2000GT-B '67

Win the FR Challenge.

Nissan Skyline GT-R '01

Get all Golds in the Domestic A License.

Nissan Skyline GT-R Race Car (Calsonic) '93

Win the Tsukuba 9 Hours Endurance.

Nissan Skyline Hard Top 2000GT-R (KPGC10) '70

Win the Japanese 70's Classic.

Opel Calibra Touring Car '94

Win the Speedster Trophy at Opel in the German showroom.

Opera Performance S2000 '04

Win the Polyphony Digital Cup.

Pagani Zonda Race Car '01

Successfully complete Missions 21 to 24.

Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Evolution 2 Rally Car '86

Win the George Paris.

Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Rally Car '85

Win the 206 Cup at Peugeot in the French showroom.

Plymouth Super Bird '70

Win the Classic Muscle Car Championship.

Polyphony Formula Gran Turismo '04

Win the Formula GT World (Japanese version).

Polyphony Formula Gran Turismo '04

Win the Nurburgring 24 Hours Endurance.

Pontiac Solstice Coupe Concept '02

Get all Silvers in the Super License.

Pontiac Sunfire GXP Concept '02

Successfully complete the Domestic A License.

Renault 5 Maxi Turbo Rally Car '85

Win the George Paris.

Renault 5 Turbo '80

Win the Tahiti.

Renault Megane Coupe 2.0 Coach '00

Sometimes this car is sold in the late 90's used car shop. You can use it to race in the Megane Trophy at Renault's shop.

RUF CTR Yellow Bird '87

Win the Boxer Spirit.

Subaru Impreza Rally Car '01

Win the Chamoni.

Subaru Impreza Rally Car '99

Win the Cathedral Rocks (Trail I).

Subaru Impreza Rally Car Prototype '01

Win the Rally d' Capri.

Subaru Impreza Touring Car

Win the Impreza and Legacy Trophy at Subaru.

Suzuki Escudo Dirt Trial Car '98

Win the Cathedral Rocks (Trail I). Additionally, win the Cathedral Rocks 1 Rally on the hard difficulty setting to get the Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Trial Car as a reward. Tune it up to full at the Suzuki Tune shop, including the super soft racing tires, stage 4 turbo kit, and nitrous. Take it to the Power And Speed Test. Change the drivetrain to 15. The Escudo may only top out at about 220 to 235 mph, but it will get to that speed in about seven seconds.

Toyota 7 Race Car '70

Successfully complete Missions 25 to 29.

Toyota 88C-V Race Car (Minolta) '89

Win the El Captain 200 Miles.

Toyota Celica GT-FOUR Rally Car (ST185) '95

Win the Cathedral Rocks (Trail II).

Toyota Celica GT-FOUR Rally Car (ST205) '95

Win the Swiss Alps.

Toyota GT-One '99

Reach 694 in game days. It will appear in Used Cars 2 for 2,924,999 credits.

Toyota Motor Triathlon Race Car '04

Win the 4WD Challenge.

Toyota RSC '01

Win the Ice Arena.

Toyota RSC Rally Raid Car '02

Win the Rally d' Capri.

Triumph Spitfire 1500 '74 (Maroon Metallic)

Win the Spitfire Cup at the Triumph dealer.

TVR Cerbera Speed 12 '00 (Chameleon special color)

Win the Black Pool Racers at TVR in the British showroom.

Volkswagen Lupo 1.4 '02

Successfully complete the Domestic B License.

Volkswagen W12 Nardo Concept '01

Win Like The Wind.

Volvo 240 GLT Estate '88

Win the European Hot Hatch Car Championship.

Arcade tracks

Play through the specified number of days to unlock the corresponding track in arcade mode:

    Deep Forest Raceway: 15
    Opera Paris: 29
    Fuji Speedway 80s: 43
    Special Stage Route 5: 57
    Suzuka Circuit: 71
    Twin Ring Motegi Road Course East Short: 85
    Grand Valley Speedway: 99
    Hong Kong: 113
    Suzuka Circuit West Course: 127
    Fuji Speedway 2005 GT: 141
    Ice Arena: 155
    Apricot Hill Raceway: 169
    Cote d Azur: 183
    Tahiti Maze: 197
    Twin Ring Motegi Road Course: 211
    George V Paris: 225
    Cathedral Rocks Trail I: 239
    Costa di Amalfi: 253
    Circuit de la Sarthe 1: 267
    Autumn Ring: 281
    Chamonix: 309
    Infineon Raceway Stock Car Course: 309
    Fuji Speedway 2005 F: 323
    Tsukuba Circuit Wet: 337
    Circuit de la Sarthe 2 (Unchicaned): 351

New cars and tracks

To unlock cars and tracks, compete in the GT Career mode. You can earn money there to upgrade your cars, and buy or sell new and used ones. Additionally, at the places where you can buy your cars (for example, BMW), you can find races that use a certain model of that dealer. This will unlock some of the bonus cars you cannot normally buy or win in a race. The cars that you get are very fast, and you can sell them for a decent price.

You can win different cars from series races that you have already completed. For some series, you are given the option if you would like to clear your current records. If you do this, you can race those courses over again to win another prize car.

Easy money

After transferring your licenses and credits from Gran Turismo 3, buy the Dodge Viper GTS and soupe it up. Then, go to the Special Event races and compete in the Capri Rally Easy. After you win both races, you are awarded with a rally car worth 236,000 credits. Go back to the Capri Rally and compete in it again. You will be given the Same Rally Car. Sell one, and you will have 236,000 credits. Additionally, buy a decent car like an Evolution (must be of Japanese make) and upgrade it as much as possible. Then, go to Japan and compete in the All Japan race. Each gold awards you 7,500 credits (five races), and all golds gives you 35,000 credits. You will win a 350Z race car at the end. Then, compete in the All Japan race repeatedly. Each time you get all golds, you will get another 350Z that can be sold for over 318,000 credits.

After transferring your licenses and credits from Gran Turismo 3, buy a Dodge Viper or any other fast car. Win the first special race. You should obtain the Cadillac Cien. Use this car to win the second special race. You should be awarded with a rally car worth 236,000 credits. Sell this car and keep repeating this process for easy credits.

After transferring your licenses and credits from Gran Turismo 3, buy a Dodge Viper and equip it with a Racing Chip and Engine Balancing. Then, go to the Special Conditions events and enter the Capri Ralley. You should be able to easily win with the Viper. Win the rally four times, then buy and sup up a Mercedes Benz SLR Mclaren. Enter the Legend Of The Silver Arrow race to get the Mercedes Benz CLK Touring Car. After tuning the car up, go to the European Events and enter the fourth race in B-spec. After doing this, you will have 150,000 credits in prize money and a car that you can sell for 743,000 credits. If you do the race in race monitor mode, you can press R1 and Right(2) to make the race go by three times as fast.

After transferring your licenses and credits from Gran Turismo 3, buy a Civic Type R (EP or EK). Then, add mods to it to get over 230 hp. Go to the Honda dealer and join the Civic races in the One-Make Races. Finish first in all the race courses and you will be awarded the Mugen MOTUL Civic Si Race '87 Car. Sell it for 90,000 credits. Then, repeat the process again.

After loading your Gran Turismo 3 game credits (110,000 credits) and A and B licenses into your Gran Turismo 4 game save, go to Tuner Village in the lower left hand corner of the main menu. Select HPA Motorsports and buy the VW Golf look-alike, (2004 HPA Motorsports Stage II R32) for 31,870 credits. Exit from the Tuner Village and go to the Special Conditions Events icon. Enter the 2004 HPA Motorsports Stage II R32 into the Cost Di Amalfi race. Do both races forwards and backwards. This should only take about ten minutes with the 2004 HPA Motorsports Stage II R32. When you complete this event you will be rewarded with the 2002 Toyota Rsc Rally Raid Car, which has a selling price of 265,624 credits. Sell the 2002 Toyota RSC Rally Raid Car and enter the Cost Di Amalfi race again with the 2004 HPA Motorsports Stage II R32. You will be asked if you want to "Clear Records" from your previous races. Select "Clear" as your option. Enter the races again. Win both races and you will be rewarded with another 2002 Toyota RSC Rally Raid Car. Keep doing this repeatedly to get as much money as possible in the least amount of time. Within one hour you could have up to 1,650,000 credits. Keep returning here as your credits run out. Also, you will get an extra 10,000 credits for taking first place on both Costa Di Amalfi races. Also, the 2004 HPA Motorsports Stage II R32 can be entered into quite a few races very early in the game, so you do not have to waste your credits buying other cars.

Start a game, then go to the Used Car Showroom 2 and buy a 1997 Civic Type R (ek). Give it more horsepower with the extra money you have, with a racing chip and an oil change. Go to One Make races in Honda. Go to the Type R races when you get your license and keep racing until you get enough money to buy a turbo kit. Then, go back and keep doing this until you have a lot of horsepower. Win all five races and at the end, you will have obtained 25,000 credits and a prize car worth 95,000 credits. You can keep doing this until you get enough to get a 1999 Skyline. Trick it out and go to the Japan races. Race the 90's Series and win all the races. You get a Nissan 350Z. Trick it out and it will have 700 or more horsepower. Then, go to Japan races again. This time go to the Tournament. Do B Mode so you do not have to get the big license and put it on 5+overdrive and press R1. When you are in this mode hold L1 + Right to win all the races. You will get another 350Z. When you trick this one out, it will have over 900 horespower.

Start a game, then go to the License Center and get the International B License. Then, get the best car you have and go to the Special Condition races. Win as many as needed to unlock concept, rare and very expensive cars. You can sell the Toyota Rally Raid car for about 265,000 credits. However you can keep it if desired and race in the dirt and snow events with it. Sell all the cars that you do not need.

Get any car that has about 400 hp and go to the Special Condition Event. Select the second race from the top. Defeat the CPU in both races and you will get a car that can be sold for 260,000 credits. You can also use that car to race in the same event. When prompted to clear the trophies, answer "OK". When you win, you will be awarded the same car.

Get the SLR Mclaren and tune it up. Go to the Mercedes event and win Legends Of The Silver Arrow to get a touring car as an award. Win several of these then sell them at 116,000 credits each. Save one four yourself and enter the Touring Car Championship in the European Events. Win it to get a CLK GTR car worth 743,000 credits.

Win a Chevy Chevelle SS 454 '70 from the American Muscle Car Championship (using a suped up Ford Mustang '05 recommended). Add a stage 2 or 3 engine setup then a supercharger to get 600 to 700 hp. Take it to the Classic Muscle Car championship and race using B-Spec. You can get a fast 10,000 credits because the race is only two laps (Laguna Seca recommended). Repeat this as many times as desired.

Once you win the Cadillac CIEN from the two easy Citta di Aria races, and have acquired the IA License, go to the Normal Tsukuba Circuit Wet race. If you manage to win the race (which should not be too difficult in the CIEN as long as you can handle driving on the wet road), you will earn 10,000 credits and a Mazda6 Touring Car worth over 93,000 credits (if sold).

Get a good rally car. It does not need any special tires. An Evo 8, MR is recommended. Then, go to the Special Conditions Events. Go to the second race in the event, known as the Capri Rally. It is fairly easy, but you need a A-Spec: National License. Once you win both races, you will get a Toyota RSC Rally Raid Car that can be sold for 265,624 crredits. You can then go back into the same race, clear all your records, and win the car again.

Go to Special Condition Events and race in the Capri Rally (easy). If you win, you will get the Toyota RSC Rally Raid Car. You can sell it for 265,624 credits. However, keep that car at first to make it easier to win the same race again.

Do the A and B Licenses. Select the car of your choice and go to Special Conditions. Go to the second one on easy (Capri Rally).Win both of the races and you will be awarded a Toyota RSC Rally Raid Car, which is worth 265,624 credits. Keep one of the cars yourself, clear your records when prompted, and win the Toyota again.

Enter The Vette! Vette! Vette! and do all the races. You will get a race car Corvette that is worth about 106,000 credits. Enter again and clear the races. Win it again and on top of the 50.000 credit prize, you will be awarded the same car again. Repeat this as much as desired.

Buy a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution and do the standard modifications (flywheel, stage 1 turbo, brakes, etc.). Then, go to the Japanese Manufacturers and race the Mitsubishi Evolution series. All of the tracks are very quick, fairly easy, and pay out 2,000 credits for first place and 1,000 credits for second place. Practice as much as desired for a few extra thousand credits. After you get all Golds, you will be rewarded with the 70's model Lancer that sells for over 30,000 credits.

This trick requires two memory cards. Use the first memory card and buy good car for 10,000 credits or under. Trade the car to the other memory card and buy upgrades for it. Delete the block on the first memory card and restart so that you get 10,000 credits again. Trade it back to memory card one and repeat the process.

This trick requires two memory cards. Save your game onto memory card one. Turn off the game. Then, turn it back on and load the game that was saved on memory card one. Next, save your game onto memory card two. Gain 5,000 credits. To do this, have enough money to by a car with at least 100 hp. Go to Easy and win the Sunday Cup's Super Speedway five times. Winning the race in first place is very easy. Rev the engine, and when it says "Start", do not get in the pack. Instead, stay to the left and you will finish in first in thirty seconds. After making 5,000 credits, sell the car that you raced in the Super Speedway. Buy a Stage 4 Turbo Kit (or the highest one available) for your new car. Save the game onto memory card one. Load the game from memory card two. You will have over 500,000 credits. This trick takes about thirty minutes.

This trick requires some time. Once you can do it, this trick will give you over 890,000 credits in about ten minutes. You must have the IA license and the Mercedes-Benz CLK Touring Car. To get this car, you must acquire or buy any Mercedes-Benz car that will be fast enough to win the Legend of the Silver Arrow competition (go to Germany, then Mercedes-Benz, then One-make races to find the Legend of the Silver Arrow event). Winning the Legend of the Silver Arrow competition will give you the Mercedes-Benz CLK Touring Car. Once you have the Mercedes-Benz CLK Touring Car all the way fixed up to its maximum and the IA license, you are ready to start the trick. Enter the Deutsche Touring Car Meisterschaft Series race in the European Events. There are five races in this competition: Opera Paris, Mid-Field Raceway, High-Speed Ring Reverse, Nurburgring Nordschieife, and Fuji Speedway. You will not be doing any of the racing yourself, as you will instead use the B-spec Director's Mode on all five races. When you are ready to start the first race in the series, activate B-Spec Director's Mode. The race will now begin, and you will see the numbers one through five at the top of the screen. Press D-pad Right(2) so that it is highlighting the number "5", which signifies "Push" (the car will go as fast as it can). Once "5" is highlighted, press Triangle to put the car in overtake mode. Now that "5" and the little symbol next that number at the top of the screen are both highlighted, you are all set. Press R1 so that you are in Monitor Mode. While in Monitor Mode, hold L1 and press D-pad Right(2) so that the race will go by three times as fast. Do the same exact thing for all five races. It should take about ten minutes for all five races because you are in B-Spec mode. You should finish in first place always if done correctly. After all five races you will have 75,000 credits for being first place, plus an additional 75,000 credits for being the overall champion of the series event. On top of those 150,000 credits, you will also be rewarded the Mercedes CLK-GTR Race Car, which you can sell for about 743,000 credits.

A-Spec points

If you enter a race, and all the cars are very low end and you have a high end car, you will get very minimal A-Spec points awarded and vice versa. For example, enter a 800 hp car into a race with the other five cars having between 200 hp to 300 hp. You will probably be awarded only 1 A-Spec point if you win the race. Conversely, if you enter a 800 hp car in a race with five other cars that have between 750 hp to 900 hp, you will be awarded anywhere between 50 to 100 A-Spec points. Additionally, to get the most A-Spec points out of a race and still have an advantage over the rest of the field you are up against, do the following to your car. Equip the following: nitrous bottle, any type of transmission, any clutch, any flywheel, any limited slip configuration, the carbon driveshaft, racing brakes, the brake controller, any suspension configuration, the VCD controller, the increase rigidity option, and the rigidity refresher plan. You can also configure the "Auto" setting on the "Transmission" option under "Setting" without losing A-Spec points. Note: Do not do any weight reductions. This will cost you A-Spec points for every race and is irreversible. For example, if you start a race that is worth 108 A-Spec points, doing a Stage 1 Weight Reduction will cost you about 17 to 20 A-Spec points, bringing the total down to 88 to 91, and so on for Stages 2 and 3. If you have already done a weight reduction to the car that you are in, you can lower the quality of the tires currently equipped to bring the total back up to the race's original amount and/or more. However, lowering the tire quality greatly reduces the chances for success. For example, if you have S2 Tires equipped with a Stage 1 Weight Reduction and only get 84 A-Spec points for the race, try to drop the tire quality down to maybe a S1 or N3 tire to get more A-spec points for that race.

You can change how many A-Spec points you can receive by entering a single race, then exiting it by using the "Exit" command in the lower right hand corner of the screen, then re-entering it again. You should notice a change in the cars you are going against, and the amount of the A-Spec points awarded. The amount of A-Spec points will change each time you exit and re-enter the race, You could get more or less. It is possible to receive as low as 1 and as high as 200 A-Spec points for the same race, but against different cars. Unfortunately what you end up with is completely random. Keep entering and re-entering until you get a good amount of A-Spec points. The CPU cycles through different amount ranges, depending on the equality between the cars in the race. Remember not to change the car's hp; leave it stock. Also, do not do any weight reductions, port and polish, or engine balancing; once they have been installed they cannot be uninstalled. The tires can be stock or ones of lesser quality. This is key to getting the most A-Spec points out of any race.

After earning some credits using the "Capri Rally" trick, buy a Dodge Ram pickup and equip it with every available modification, including the center differential controller set to about 30% torque to the front wheels. Select tires according to the race that you plan to enter, and lower the ride height as far as it will go. This will give you a 725 horsepower all-wheel-drive beast that handles fairly well and will earn you 125 to 200 A-Spec points in every race, even though the other cars in the race may be of much lower specification. This setup easily blew the doors off a Pagani Zonda C12 in the NA series under Professional Events as well as a few other cars that should, by simple laws of physics, be much faster.

To get a lot of A-Spec points quickly, do the missions. Each of them will give you 250 points if you win.

Speed up B-Spec races

While in a B-Spec mode race, press R1 to switch to "Race Monitor". Hold L1 + D-pad Right and you can make the race go up to three times faster. The only downside is that you must stay on the Race Monitor screen in order to keep the race sped up. It will switch back to 1x speed when you go to "Broadcast View" mode.

Easy car manufacturers trophy wins

For an easy win in trophies held by the cars manufacturers for a specified model and you have a lot of money, look for a tuned-up version of that car (especially for the Japanese trophies) at Tuner's Village. For example, the HKS Hyper Genki Silvia '03 (sold at the HKS shop) will allow you to easily win the Silvia Trophy. The RE Amemiya Asparadrink RX-7 ( sold at the RE shop ) will allow you to easily win the RX-7 Trophy.

Easy win in Nurburgring 24 Hour Endurance Race

Obtain the 2004 Ford GT LM Race Car Spec II (the white and black car in the opening sequence) from the Professional Events-GT World Champion race (ten races totaling 136 laps on ten different tracks). Buy everything available for the car, most importantly the Super Hard Racing Tires (R1s). Set the Auto Transmission feature to a value of 18. Equip the R1 tires and get ready for at least twelve hours (of sped up time) of hell. You must do this race in B-Spec mode with the 2004 Ford GT LM Race Car Spec II in order to guarantee a long hard fought win within thirteen hours real time instead of twenty four hours real time. In B-Spec mode, you have the option to speed up the race by entering the Race Monitor Screen by pressing R1. Then, hold L1 and use the D-pad Left or D-pad Right to go from real time up to three times normal speed. At the beginning of the race, set the auto pilot to a value of 5 (Push) and turn the overtake feature on by pressing Triangle. Once you get ahead of the pack and have a decent lead, turn off overtake and set the autopilot to 2 (Cruise). You should only have to pit every three to four laps. Get everything every time that you pit (tires and fuel). Set the autopilot back to 2 (Cruise) once you leave the pit. Continue this strategy until the end of the race. This will net you a Formula One car.

Shorter 5 and 10 race championships win

These are the races where you are forced to race five or ten races in a consecutive order. For each first place finish you obtain, you will get 10 championship points. For second place, 6 points are awarded. In a five race championship, you can get a total of 50 points. In a ten race championship you can get 100 points. The reason for the points is to determine an overall winner for the championship. If you have more points than everyone else, you win. For example, assume at the eighth race you have 80 points (first place x eight races = 80 points), and second place has 48 points (second place x eight races = 48 points). There are only two races remaining, and a total of 20 points to still be awarded. If second place has 48 points + the 20 points remaining to get, this only gives second place a total of 68 points for the entire championship if he were to win the last two races. You have 80 points, which is more than the second place's 68 points. If you were to quit out of races nine and ten and give the points to second place, you will still win the championship. Once the championship is complete, you can always go back and "clean up" to get gold on the two races that you did not do at anytime, thus shortening the championships length. This also works on five race championships. Just make sure you have enough points to win if you quit the last two races. You will still be rewarded the championship money and car. You can also do this in the middle of the championship. For example, if you did the first four races and the fifth is Nurburgring, you can quit out of it and move onto race six. As long as you have more points than second place, you can quit out of as many races as desired, thus shortening the length of the overall championship.

Skyline GT-R Test course in Missions Hall

There are five opposing Skyline GTRs on the track. Straight at the start of the race, make sure you stay directly behind the GTR in front of you. It will block the wind and make you go faster, making it easier to catch up. When you enter the first turn, they will slow down. Go to the outside of the turn and pass them from the outside. You will then see the red GTR in the front. Keep going as fast as you can and hit it at full speed. You will get a five second penalty, but it will not bother you much. Hitting the red GTR will send it ahead of the pack. When the penalty is gone, get behind it and catch up to it, but do not pass it. Instead, get behind it and "push" it. Stay directly behind it all along the three laps. In the straights you should be able to reach 275km/h. Upon entering the very last turn of the race, go to the inside before the red GTR brakes, and stay to the inside of the turn. Do not go where it is flat; stay in the bent. Near the end of the last turn, you should be close enough. Get behind the yellow GTR and you should be able to catch up to it before crossing the finish line. This test is very difficult and may require a few attempts.

Racing without the required licenses

For example, if you have obtained all your licenses except for the S License, you can still participate in S License races. Enter the race with the correct requirements for the race in B-Spec mode. You will still earn the prize car and the credits.

Avoid driving mission penalty

On Special Event/driving mission mode in simulation, if you hit a wall or car and receive a penalty for it, check if your RPM is above the rev-limiter for the gear that is below (i.e., if you are in third gear then the gear below is second gear). To check if you are above the rev-limiter, if the RPMs are almost redlining then you can over-rev if you downshift. If you downshift when you are redlining in one gear, then the rev-limiter will not allow the clutch to be engaged, allowing you to stay above the 30 mph penalty. You will lose speed, but not as rapidly as you would if you were to drop down to 30 mph for five seconds.

Shorten race duration

Enter a race. Instead of racing in A-Spec Mode, select B-Spec. Once the race begins, there will be an option at the bottom of the screen that reads "Race Monitor"; press R1 to access this. A screen will appear with information. At the bottom of this screen there will be an option for "Change View Speed". Hold L1 and press Right one for 2x the race speed, or twice for 3x the speed. This is very useful in endurance races. Note: Once this is done the car will pit automatically, and you will have to redo this every time that it pits. Additionally, you can shorten endurance races by going to the pits in the middle of the race and switching the mode to B-Spec.

Extra horsepower

Give your brand new car an oil change immediately when you get it (before driving it). It will usually gain between 5 to 30 hp.

Better handling

When racing on tracks with a lot of turns and twists, use the nitrous while turning. Your car should handle a lot better.

Ride the walls

In certain courses when there are gradual turns with hard walls and no dirt between them and the track (for example, Costa di Amalfi), instead of braking and trying to take the inside of the turn at the suggested speed, put the pedal to the floor and head for the outside wall of the turn. As soon as your car begins turning in the "suggested" direction the wall is pushing it to, turn your wheel in that direction. If you manage to hit the wall at the correct angle without hitting it directly, you will "scrape" the side of the walls at high speed, and exit the turn quicker and with more speed than braking and turning on the inside. This can shave off quite a few seconds from your lap time with enough practice.


On any race that you enter with an option to "Practice", it is a hidden qualifying round. It is actually a qualifying round for the race that you are entering. Do the practice until you see first place at the top of the screen. Once you see this, quit practice and start the race in either A or B-Spec modes. Your car will start in first place.

Random cars

Watch out for random cars that can acquire parts from Tuner Village other than the cars you can buy there. A VW Golf that you bought from the VW dealership in Germany can get parts from Germany/VW and Tuner Village. A Nissan Skyline that you bought from the Nissan dealership can get parts from Japan/Nissan and Tuner Village, etc. There are too many cars to list. The same applies to Used and Historic cars.

Special black cars

You can find very high powered cars in the Used Car showrooms. For example, you may see a black (not the usual red and white) Toyota GT-ONE (TS020) Race Car for 1.2 million credits. This is less than half price from Toyota at 4.5 million credits. Other special cars that are available for very low prices are the Mazda 787B Race Car (black), the Nissan R92CP Race Car (black), and the Nissan R390 GT 1 Race Car (black). These cars appear during the last week of the showroom changing cycle (starting at day 694). Additionally, the special black Mazda 787B '91 is found in the used car shop when you reach 694 game days. The car has more HP than the usual Orange/Green Mazda 787B '91 you can buy at Mazda's shop.

Wheelie at 360 mph

Go to Toyota's classic cars and purchase the Toyota GT-ONE Race Car (TS020) for 4,500,000 credits. Buy everything available for the car including the R5 racing tires. Once you have purchased and souped it up, go to the Power and Speed Icon in the top right corner of the map. Select "Driving Park". Then, select MAX Top Speed Challenge to the right, but go backwards on the track. After the loading screen, go to settings (little tool box). Equip and set the following: Tires R5, Nitrous (set the value to 50), Turbine Kit (Stage 4), Suspension (Racing); set the spring rate and the ride height to the lowest possible value (4.0) and (55) respectively; full Customizable Transmission (set the final gear to a value of 3.000) and the (Auto to 25), Driving Aids, (set all three to 0), Down Force (set front to 38 and rear to 88); and leave everything else stock. When you enter the track, accelerate as usual, but go backwards. Wait until you are on the back stretch to use the nitrous to get it over 360 mph and into a wheelie. As you round the last corner leading into the beginning of the back stretch, hit the nitrous and watch the nose of the car and the speedometer rise.

Special rims

The "Today's Special Rims" rotate every thirty game days. There are twenty nine different sets of rims. There are 439 total "Today's Special Rims". If you see a set you like, you will only see them every twenty nine game days -- buy them while you can.

See sparks

Get a fast car and go to the Max Speed Test. Get to about 200 mph, and on one of the banked corners get very low and swerve hard to the right. Hit the side so that you go up in the air. If you get the nose of your car up high you will land on the back bottom of the car (you cannot see this happen until you watch the replay). When you finish, watch the replay. You will see sparks fly as the car grinds against the paved road.

Pit stops

Make a pit stop about every five to ten laps. If you watch your top speed, you will see that it will decrease about 5 mph every three laps.

Fire in Apricot Hill

Drive in reverse and get to the second turn before you start going downhill. Look directly over on the mountain side to see what appears to be grayish smoke coming up and blowing towards the right.

Hidden message in Rally D'Umbria

Enter the Rally D'Umbria in Special Events. When you start the race, look on the road just under the Gran Turismo finishing tape. On the asphalt the message "Dio lo benedice - fate il suo guidare il più sicuro e divertirsi" will appear, which has no sense as written, but should mean "God bless safely and have fun".

Very tall tree in Trail Mountain

On the Normal Trail Mountain track, drive to the end of the big straightaway with the tunnel. Before you get to the big banked sharp turn, look out over the valley to see a very tall lone tree.

Retractable spoiler in Mercedes SLR McLaren 2003

Put any replay camera on the normal replay mode and look at the trunk area of the car. A wing comes out of the trunk to help slow the car down.

Recommended cheap car

It is possible to get a very good car for only 14,000 credits. You will first need to transfer 100,000 credits from Grand Turismo 3. Go to the Used Cars, Late 90's section and hopefully there will be a Subaru Impreza there for just over 14,000 credits. Buy it, then take it directly to Subaru and tune it up as desired. If you have enough money remaining, go to the GT Auto center and its oil (to add about another 15 to 20 hp). Then, buy a new wing for it. You will now have a fast car and should have quite a bit of money remaining.

Recommended fast car

Start by getting the A and B licenses without buying any cars. Use the Pontiac car and upgrade it until you are able to win the Capri Rally. Sell the reward car (260,000 credits) and buy a BMW M5. This will be your extremely fast car. Upgrade it with these upgrades: racing exhaust, both brake improvements, na tuning 1 and 2, port polish, racing chip, nos, triple clutch, racing flywheel,1.5 way limited slip, carbon driveshaft, fully customizable suspension, racing-medium tires, and all three weight reductions. It can easily win the Capri Rally (getting 150 in the straight), to buy you decent cars to get better A points. This car has about 700 HP.

Purchase a Toyota Supra RZ from the secondhand car market from the late 90's, then go to the TRD modification shop, or a tuning house. Buy every horsepower mod for the car. Then, purchase the racing suspension, nitrous, and racing gearbox. Do not apply light weight. Then, go to the Top Speed Test and change the gearbox ratio to the last one (24). Change the final ratio by holding it down for six seconds, making the numbers smaller. Lower the car all the way for better wind resistance. If you can, get rid of as much downforce as possible. If you are not confident driving at very fast speeds, increase the stability bar by two levels. Turn the traction control down to level one (it will wheelspin up to gear 3). Change the NOS timing to 40. Then, drive until you reach fifth gear. Blow all the NOS down the mouth of your engine. The car will become difficult to handle. Make sure you can handle high speeds and hold the car steady around the corners. It is possible to reach 432 km/h with it.

Recommended modifications

The first mod that should done to any vehicle is a spoiler kit in the GT Auto department. They cost 1,200 credits and give the greatest value for the money. Choose the ones to the far right, as they have the greatest downforce characteristics. Most cars can get a kit installed. Save money and do not purchase a Stage 3 NA kit and a supercharger, as they cannot be installed at the same time. Also, when going for the turbo upgrades, look for a fifth kit called "Original". This is usually cheaper than Stage 4. If you have the money to get this straight away, it is better to do this first, as it does the job of Stages 1 to 3 combined, and then some. A recommended strategy for a broad spectrum of cars is (in order): spoiler, full custom gearbox, computer chip, full custom suspension, NOS, race exhaust, then start on the engines.

King Dome in Seattle Circuit

Just before Safeco Field (The Mariner's Stadium), the King Dome stands on the right. The King Dome was the Mariner's old stadium and was destroyed in a giant implosion on March 26, 2000, and thus should not currently appear in the game.


In the Grand Canyon get to where you see the cameramen trying to dodge you and not get killed. In photo mode, press Select just before or after you pass the cameraman's original standing position, where he runs from the middle of the course. Take a picture, then back out. The man should be standing right where he just ran from, appearing through the car.

Race list

American Events

    All American Championship
    Stars & Stripes
    Muscle Car Competition
    Old Muscle Car Competition

European Events

    Pan Euro Championship
    British Gt Series
    British Lightweight Series
    Deutsche Touring Car Meistershaft
    La Fiesta Italiano
    Tous France Championnat
    Europe Classic Car League
    Euro Hot Hatch League
    1000 Miles
    Swartzwald Liga A
    Swartzwald Liga B

Endurance Events

    Grand Valley 300 Km; 60 laps
    Laguna Seca 200 Miles; 90 laps
    Roadster 4h Endurance
    Tokyo R246 300 Km; 60 laps
    Super Speedway 150 Miles; 100 laps
    Nurburgring 24h Endurance
    Nurburgring 4h Endurance
    Suzuka 1000 Km; 100 laps
    Montegi 8h Endurance
    Tsukuba 9h Endurance
    Circuit De La Sarthe 24h I
    Circuit De La Sarthe 24h Ii
    Fuji 1000 Km; 228 laps
    Infineon World Sports Car Race; 2 hours 25 minutes
    El Capitan 200 Miles; 66 laps
    New York 200 Miles Race; 76 laps

Professional Events

    Clubman Cup
    Tuning Car Grand Prix
    Race Of NA Sports
    Turbo - Race Of Turbo Sports
    Boxer Spirit
    World Classic Car Series
    World Compact Car Race
    Supercar Festival
    Gran Turismo World Championship

Extreme Events

    Gran Turismo All Stars
    Dream Car Championship
    Polyphony Digital Cup
    Like The Wind
    Formula Gt
    Real Circuit Tours
    Premium Sports Lounge

Beginner Events

    Sunday Cup
    FF Challange
    FR Challange
    4WD Challange
    MR Challange
    Lightweight Cup
    Spider & Roadster
    Sport Truck Race

Special Conditions (Easy)

    Rally D' Umbria
    Rally Costa Di Amalfi
    Rally Grand Canyon
    Rally Ice Arena
    Rally Chamonix
    Rally George Paris
    Rally Swiss Alps
    Rally Tour De Tahiti
    Tsukuba Circuit
    Rally Cathedral Rocks Trail 1
    Rally Cathedral Rocks Trail 2

Special Conditions (Normal)

    Rally D' Umbria
    Rally Costa Di Amalfi
    Rally Grand Canyon
    Rally Ice Arena
    Rally Chamonix
    Rally George Paris
    Rally Swiss Alps
    Rally Tour De Tahiti
    Tsukuba Circuit
    Rally Cathedral Rocks Trail 1
    Rally Cathedral Rocks Trail 2

Special Conditions (Hard)

    Rally D' Umbria
    Rally Costa Di Amalfi
    Rally Grand Canyon
    Rally Ice Arena
    Rally Chamonix
    Rally George Paris
    Rally Swiss Alps
    Rally Tour De Tahiti
    Tsukuba Circuit
    Rally Cathedral Rocks Trail 1
    Rally Cathedral Rocks Trail 2

American Showroom

    Shelby Event: Shelby Cobra Cup
    Chevrolet Event: Corvette Festival
    Chevrolet Event: camaro meeting
    Chrysler Event: Crossfire Trophy
    Saleen Event: Saleen S7 Club

UK Showroom

    Aston Martin Event: Aston Martin Festival
    Mini Event: Mini Sports Meeting
    Triumph Event: Spitfire Cup
    TVR Event: Blackpool Racers
    Lotus Event: Elise Trophy
    Lotus Event: Lotus Classics
    MG Event: Mg Festival

German Showroom

    Audi Event: Tourist Trophy
    Audi Event: A3 Cup
    Mercedes Benz Event: Legend Of The Silver Arrow
    Mercedes Benz Event: SL Challenge
    VW Event: Beetle Cup
    VW Event: Lupo Cup
    VW Event: GTi Cup
    Opel Event: Speedster Trophy
    BMW Event: 1 Series Trophy
    BMW Event: Club "M"

Korea Showroom

    Hyundai Event: Hyundai Sports Festival

Italian Showroom

    Alfa Romeo Event: GTA Cup

French Showroom

    Citroen Event: 2HP - 2CV Classics
    Peugeot Event: 206 Cup
    Alpine Event: renault Alpine Cup
    Renault Event: Clio Trophy
    Renault Event: Megane Cup

Japanese Showroom

    Daihatsu Event: Copen Race
    Daihatsu Event: Midget II Race
    Mazda Event: Club "RE"
    Mazda Event: NR-A roadster cup
    Mazda Event: NR-A RX-8 cup
    Subaru Event: Subaru 360 Race
    Subaru Event: Stars Of Pleiades
    Suzuki Event: Suzuki K-Car Event
    Suzuki Event: Suzuki Concepts
    Mitsubitshi Event: Evolution Meeting
    Mitsubitshi Event: Mirage Cup
    Honda Event: Type R Meeting
    Honda Event: Civic Race
    Isuzu Event: Isuzu Sports Classics
    Nissan Event: Race Of The Red "R" Emblem
    Nissan Event: Micra Brothers
    Nissan Event: Silvia Sisters
    Nissan Event: Club "Z"
    Toyota Event: Altezza Race
    Toyota Event: Vitz Race

Dirt & Snow

    Swiss Alps
    Cathedral Rocks Trail 2
    Cathedral Rocks Trail 1
    Tahiti Maze
    Grand Canyon
    Ice Arena

World Circuits

    Tsukuba Circuit
    Fuji Speedway 90's
    Fuji Speedway 80's
    Infineon Raceway - Sports Car Course
    Infineon Raceway - Stock Car Course
    Laguna Seca Raceway
    Twin Ring Montegi - Road Course
    Twin Ring Montegi - East Short Course
    Twin Ring Montegi - West Short Course
    Twin Ring Montegi Super Speedway
    Suzuka Circuit
    Suzuka Circuit East Course
    Suzuka Circuit West Course
    Fuji Speedway 2005
    Fuji Speedway 2005 Gt
    Tsukuba - Wet
    Nurburgring Nordschleife
    Circuit De La Sarthe I
    Circuit De La Sarthe II

City Courses

    Seoul Central
    Tokyo R246
    Clubman Stage Route 5
    Special Stage Route 5
    New York
    Cote D' Azur
    Opera Paris
    George Paris
    Citta Di Aria
    Cote Di Amalfi
    Driving Park
    Test Course
    Gymkhana Course
    Beginners Course
    Original Circuits
    High-Speed Ring
    Grand Valley East Section
    Grand Valley Speedway
    Deep Forrest Raceway
    Trail Mountain Circuit
    El Capitan
    Autumn Ring Mini
    Autumn Ring
    Apricot Hill Raceway

Driving Missions

    The Pass: Deep Forrest Raceway
    The Pass: Grand Valley Speedway
    The Pass: Cote D' Azur
    The Pass: Seattle Circuit
    The Pass: High-Speed Ring
    The Pass: Tsukuba Circuit
    The Pass: Mid-Field Raceway
    The Pass: Trail Mountain
    The Pass: Twin Ring Montegi
    The Pass: Circuit De La Sarthe
    3 Lap Battle: Newyork
    3 Lap Battle: Laguna Seca Raceway
    3 Lap Battle: Opera Paris Circuit
    3 Lap Battle: Seattle Circuit
    3 Lap Battle: Cote D' Azur
    3 Lap Battle: Suzuka Circuit
    3 Lap Battle: Infineon Raceway
    3 Lap Battle: Circuit De La Sarthe Ii
    3 Lap Battle: Suzuka Circuit East Course
    3 Lap Battle: Tsukuba Circuit
    Slipstream Battle: Nissan Cube
    Slipstream Battle: Honda Odyssey
    Slipstream Battle: Nissan Skyline Gt-R
    Slipstream Battle: Amuse 2000 Gt1
    1 Lap Magic: A Showdown Between Zs Old & New
    1 Lap Magic: A Showdown Between Hondas Old & New
    1 Lap Magic: A Showdown Between Mazdas Old & New
    1 Lap Magic: A Showdown Between Celicas Old & New
    1 Lap Magic: A Showdown Between Chevrolets Old & New
    1 Lap Magic: A Showdown Between Subarus Old & New
    1 Lap Magic: A Showdown Between Lotuses Old & New
    1 Lap Magic: A Showdown Between Fords Old & New
    1 Lap Magic: A Showdown Between GMs Old & New
    1 Lap Magic: A Showdown Between Mercedes Benz Old & New

Power & Speed

    Test Course
    Las Vegas Drag Strip
    GT Auto
    Oil Change
    Wheel Shop
    Wing Shop

Licence Centre

    National "B"
    National "A"
    International "B"
    Internation "A"


    Photo Lab

Tuning Cars

    Re Amemiya

Photo Travel

    USA: Fish Market
    USA: Beacon Hill
    USA: Brooklyn
    USA: Grand Canyon
    USA: Las Vegas
    USA: Times Square
    Japan: Marunouchi
    Japan: Gion
    Japan: Nanzenji
    Japan: Sagano
    Japan: Sibuya
    Japan: Togakushi Kogen
    Japan: Tsumago
    Italy: Piazza San Marco
    Italy: Ponte Di Rialto
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