Best multiplayer cars in my collection.

Date: 11/27/2019 - Version: 4.6.0i

Rating: 1722 - Position: 5444- PRO3 - Level: 99 - Achievements unlocked: 57 - Vehicles own: 105

Class C Coeff Ranking Level Best Races
1 BMW M2 2.52 1461 Max/Pro 50
1 ED Design Torq 2.52 1496 Max/Pro Acc 50
3 Sbaro Sparta 2.90 1540 Max/Pro



4 McLaren M14A 2.97 1507 Max/Pro Handling  29
5 Honda Civic Type-R 3.03 1531 Max/Pro 31
6 Renault Alpine Celebration 3.17 1539 Max/Pro 24

First I tested my Max/Pro cars on being on the podium (1ste,2nd or 3th). 1st=*, 2nd or 3th=°. * and ° are indications I used.The cars with 3 * are tested in sevaral races (maximum 50 per car) and I give points (1st=1,2nd=2,3th=3,...). Divided by the numer of races I obtaine a coefficient wich is listed above. The lower the coefficient, the better the car.

I will do the same for my class B,A ans S cars. As you see I still have a lot of tests to do so come back often to this page. I'll try to refresh it every week.

Under construction: my ranking of cars that I don't own.

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