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RR3 Wiki:Tips and FAQ for Lamborghini's Legacy
This event is ongoing till 26th March
Lamborghini's Legacy
7 stages - 26 goals
R$120,000 - 100 Icon Gold
Manufacturer Lamborghini
Centenario LP 770-4

Description

Lamborghini's Legacy will be an event in Real Racing 3. It gives the players a chance to win the Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4, after Daytona 500 2017 Update (v5.1.0) was updated. Lamborghini's Legacy opened 12th March and has an 8-day time limit to start[1].

The event comprises a wide range of cars, especially the Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4, also the Lamborghini Miura, Lamborghini Countach, Lamborghini Murcielago R-SV GT1 and Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4

Tips for Each Stage

Stage 01

Tips about Lamborghini's Legacy Stage 01 (A Morning of Monza):

Tips

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Follow methods to slow bots down


Goal 1.1: Cup at Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Morning) – Road Course [1 lap] - Reach a top speed of 156 mph (250 kph) 4 times - Recommended PR66.3

RR3 Michael P wrote:
There an no other bots, so set a slow time, once 156 mph / 250 kph is reached 4 times. On the straights, once passed 156 mph / 250 kph, tap the brake then accelerate once more.


Goal 1.2: Head To Head at Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Junior Course [1 lap] - Win this event OR run your opponent off the road (Rolling Start) - Recommended PR66.3

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Once in the lead slow to win by a small margin, and hold up the bot.


Goal 1.3: Cup at Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Road Course [1 lap] - Win with an average speed of 118 mph (189 kph) - Recommended PR66.3

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Cut the first corner and reach 118 mph / 189 kph, then slow to maintain the average speed.


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Endurance events and Elimination events are particularly good to slow the bot's down for future events, next best are Drag Race events, Autocross events and Speed Snap events, see methods to slow bots down.

Reports

RR3 Michael P Report Stage 1

Device: NOX PC Emulator for Android (my 2nd device)

Pre-challenge: R$29,227,198 — 1,660 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

Car: Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 PR66.2 0/28, bought all 7 level 1 R$ upgrades, they will take 12 hours of R&D.

Buttons, Steering high, Brakes low and TC on, Steering Sensitivity 1. Online

  • 1.1 Monza 1 lap cup, reach 156 mph (250 kph) 4 times - no other bots.
  1. 1st 3:41 v no bot time, I reached 156 mph three times on the 1st straight, after the Chicane by accelerated past 156 mph then breaking three times, I then reached 156 mph on the 2nd straight and turned controls to wheel B and waited on the straight to set a very slow time, used 6 bar of damage
  • 1.2 Monza H2H, 1 lap, win or run bot off the track
  1. 1st 0:28.1 v F. Santos, I passed Santos in the first set of corners then held up, as soon as he stopped I had an instant green flag and won, used 2 bar of damage
  • 1.3 Monza, win with 118 mph average.
  1. 1st 1:48 v 1:50.1 LOLOLOL offline bot #27, I cut the grass to the right of turn 1 and was in the lead on the first corner, I then reached 118 mph on the 2nd straight then started to slow to maintain the average speed and on the final Straight I slowed to win by a small margin, used 8 bar of damage, serviced

Summary: As usual stage one was straightforward and all events won at the first attempt, let's hope the remaining six stages are easy.

Reward 10 Icon Gold

Post-challenge: R$28,470,691 — 1,670 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

HV2308 (level 248, manual controls, no assists, Basic PR car awaiting the first round of R$ upgrades)

Day 1 shouldn't take more than 10 minutes. 1 attempt events even with far from flawless driving. Serviced afterwards.

Challenge 1: reach 156 mph 4 times. Can be done inside the first two chicanes. Once on the first straight towards the first chicane, and then easily 3x on the long straight before the second chicane. With manual accelaration, briefly lift right after reaching 156-157 (watch the counter register +1), should drop you to around 150mph, and accelarate straightaway. You can crash into the wall at the chicanes if necessary. After reaching 4, slowed down to record a lousy laptime. Who knows, might confuse the bots later on ...

Challenge 2 head to head, rolling start. The other car is a few hundred yards ahead. As soon as you give him a good nudge from the side, the green banner appears. After 36s in my case on the back straight (it's on the short track - the Junior course).

Challenge 3: 1 lap with an average of at least 118 mph. I think there were 4 other cars in this. All passable before the first chicane by braking late. You can go off track, cut corners, barge into the bots but it shouldn't be necessary really. So straightforward. If you're around 110-114 mph before the backstraight towards Parabolica / final righthander, you should cruise. Hit 118 before the back straight and held the speed around 120 mph, slowed at the end to lower the AVG down to 118.

Credit: RR3 Michael P, ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 02

Tips about Lamborghini's Legacy Stage 02 (First stop, Silverstone):

Tips


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down



Goal 2.1: Cup at Silverstone – The International Circuit [1 lap] - Finish this event without colliding (Rolling Start and using Lamborghini Miura) - Recommended PR n/a

RR3 Michael P wrote:
If the player doesn't own the Lamborghini Miura it will be lent.


Goal 2.2: Head To Head at Silverstone – The National Circuit [1 lap] - Win without going off track for more than 5 seconds - Recommended PR70.9

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Once in-front of Cunningham try to slow him down.


Goal 2.3: Autocross at Silverstone – The Grand Prix Circuit — Win while reaching a top speed of 170 mph (274 kph) without going off-track for more than 2 seconds - Recommended PR70.9

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Endurance events and Elimination events are particularly good to slow the bot's down for future events, next best are Drag Race events, Autocross events and Speed Snap events, see methods to slow bots down.

If Cunningham's time is slow wait by the line to win by a small margin.


Reports

RR3 Michael P Report Stage 2

Device: NOX PC Emulator for Android (my 2nd device)

Pre-challenge: R$28,470,691 — 1,678 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

Car:

Buttons, Steering high, Brakes low and TC on, Steering Sensitivity 1. Online

  • 2.1 Silverstone - international with Miura
  1. 1st 1:37.4 v 1:37.9 Gayle Lokan offline bot #44, the goal is to complete, I had go for the win, the Miura was sliding all over the place, great fun, used 5 bar of damage
  • 2.2 H2H Silverstone National v C. Cunningham driving another Centenario
  1. 1st 1:32.4 v 1:32.7 C. Cunningham, Past Cunningham in turn 2 and held him up on the back straight to set a slow time, used 3 bar of damage
  • 2.3 Autox Silverstone - reach 170 mph and win.
  1. 1st 0:47.0 v 0:48.1 C. Cunningham, Reached 180 mile an hour down the back straight, then slowed by the line, for about 4 seconds, to set the time close to Cunninghams, used 2 bar of damage, serviced

Reward R$20,000 and 10 Icon Gold

Post-challenge: R$27,856,524 — 1,688 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

HV2308 (level 248, manual controls, no assists, PR 70.8 - all level 1 R$ upgrades)

Another quick and straightforward day. Opponents are getting quicker but no problems to pass the challenges in 1 attempt (yet!). No servicing needed inbetween.

Challenge 1: do a lap of Silverstone in the Miura without damaging it. This is easy. You don't have to win. Parked at the side of the track, let everyone past and finished 13th in over 2 minutes (just in case a slow time will slow the bots later on)

Challenge 2: head to head with Cunningham. No off track for more than 5 secs. Bumped him off track and then slowed and blocked him. Finished in 1m25 (again, hoping botmanagement will reap rewards later on)

Challenge 3: Autocross target time 48.171, must reach at least 170mph. Speed not a problem on the long back straight, brake when you've hit the target. Reached the finish with a few seconds to spare so waited and crossed in 47.841.


Credit: RR3 Michael P, ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 03

Tips about Lamborghini's Legacy Stage 03 (Driving in the USA):

Tips


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down


Goal 3.1: Cup at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca [1 lap] - Win or finish at least 5th while performing 6 seconds of skid and driving 3 seconds off-track (using Lamborghini Countach) - Recommended PR73.5


Goal 3.2: Speed Snap at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca — Win without going off-track - Recommended PR73.5

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Endurance events and Elimination events are particularly good to slow the bot's down for future events, next best are Drag Race events, Autocross events and Speed Snap events, see methods to slow bots down.


Goal 3.3:Cup at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca [2 laps] - Win without going off-track for more than 2 seconds - Recommended PR73.5



Reports

RR3 Michael P Report Stage 3

Device: NOX PC Emulator for Android (my 2nd device)

Pre-challenge: R$27,866,284 — 1,688 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

Buttons, Steering high, Brakes low and TC on, Steering Sensitivity 1. Online

  1. 1st 2:17.3 v 2:18.0 Sparx offline bot #19, The bots are driving BMW 3.0 CSL my Lamborghini Countach is a lot faster but a lot less grip, I managed to pass all the bots by the top of the hill and start slowing them down, used 8 bar of damage, serviced.
  • 3.2 SS, win with no off track
  1. 1st 129.38 mph v 124.64 T. Xi, my upgrades are well over the recommended, tapped the brake approaching the line, used 1 bar of damage
  • 3.3 2 lap cup with off track less than 2 seconds.
  1. 1st 3:20.2 v 3:20.6 N.Smith, Reached first by turn 3 then started to hold up the bots, either park in front of them or PIT them as they tried to pass, used 6 bar of damage, serviced

Reward 10 Icon Gold

Post-challenge: R$26,941,617 — 1,528 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247


HV2308 (level 248, manual controls, no assists, PR 70.8 - all level 1 R$ upgrades)

Easy challenge so far. Only 3 events a day and pretty straightforward. Can be done well under recommended PR, no servicing inbetween, no gold upgrades required yet & 10 golds reward for your trouble!

Day 3 all at Laguna Seca. 3.1 is with the Countach, 3.2 & 3.3 the Centenario.

3.1 My Countach is PR 32.6. When I have the choice I always take the slower option: finish 5th with 6 secs of skids & 3 secs off track. 6 other cars in it - that means doing the skids & going off track (cutting corners while skidding is a best of all worlds) and then having to pass only 2 cars. Rolling start, had it all done before entering the first straight. Then slowed the bot in 6th place for 2 laps.

3.2 Speed snap. Don't win by too much. You start on the home straight and the line is after turn 2. Plenty of time to build up speed, clean exit out of turn 2 and then watch the speedo and tap/feather the accelaration, finishing as close to the 125 mph target as possible. Winning by a too large margin will probably give you quicker bots later on.

3.3 A cup race with 4 cars. Easy to pass them by braking late. Brush them aside from the inside. Rest of the race slow / block / spin off the bots to win in as slow a time as possible. Serviced and got the level 2 R$ upgrades (should have got them sooner, waiting time 18 hrs)

Credit: RR3 Michael P, ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 04

Tips about Lamborghini's Legacy Stage 04 (Down to Daytona):

Tips

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down


Goal 4.1: Cup at Daytona International Speedway – Road Course [1 laps] - Tailgate the other Centenario for the whole race, falling no more than 90 yards (83 m) behind (Rolling Start) - Recommended PR77.0


Goal 4.2: Cup at Daytona International Speedway – Motorcycle Course [1 lap] - Win within 1:50 or win with skidding for a combined total of 2 seconds (Rolling Start and using Lamborghini Countach)


Goal 4.3: Speed Record at Daytona International Speedway – Motorcycle Course [1 laps] - Win with an average speed of 122 mph (195 kph) without going off-track for more than 1 second - Recommended PR77.0


Goal 4.4: Cup at Daytona International Speedway – Road Course [3 laps] - Win without going off-track for more than 1 second (Rolling Start) - Recommended PR77.0



RR3 Michael P wrote:
Endurance events and Elimination events are particularly good to slow the bot's down for future events, next best are Drag Race events, Autocross events and Speed Snap events, see methods to slow bots down.

Reports

RR3 Michael P Report Stage 4

Device: NOX PC Emulator for Android (my 2nd device)

Pre-challenge: R$26,941,617 — 1,538 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

Car: Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 PR75.2 14/28 (3 R$ upgrades still in R&D)

Buttons, Steering high, Brakes low and TC on, Steering Sensitivity 1. Online

  • 4.1 Cup - Daytona - Road, tailgate within 90 yards
  1. 2nd 1:38.4 v 1:37.8 A. Kastner, Followed Kastner all the way around the lap, no problem to keep within 90 yards he was breaking even on the banked Oval, the distance counter has been improved too,it now displays the exact distance all the time, used 6 bar of damage
  • 4.2 Cup - Daytona - Motorcycle, win in under 1:50 or win with skidding a total of 2 seconds
  1. 1st 2:28.9 v 2:29.2 Sparx offline bot #19, went for the skidding for two seconds option and then held up the bots, used 5 bar of damage, serviced.
  • 4.3 SR - Daytona - Motorcycle, Win - average 122 mph (195 kph) max off-track 1 second
  1. 1st 213.64 mph v 212.64 mph A. Kastner, went for a standard lap and had no problem reaching the average speed 122 mph I even braked once I reached 213 mph to lower the average speed, used 5 bar of damage
  • 4.4 3 lap Cap - Win no off-track over 1 second
  1. 1st 5:38.3 v 5:38.7 R. Ray, Standard cup against 4 other Centenario, with no off track from more than 1 second. I was in the lead by turn 1 and started holding up the bots, used all bar of damage, serviced.

Summary: stage 4 was straight forward, all events completed the first attempt (I actually ran 4.1 twice to get the Gold cup and rewards), I still have upgrades in R&D, not sure if they will be enough, as the remaining upgrades are around 2 days I will not have much choice.

Reward R$25,000 and 15 Icon Gold

Post-challenge: R$27,007,865 — 1,553 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247


HV2308 (level 248, manual controls, no assists, PR 70.8 - all level 1 R$ upgrades, waiting for level 2 R$ upgrades)

4.1 Head to head, finish 2nd but stay within 90yds of the leading car for the whole lap. The key is to be as close as possible on the tail of the car in front when you leave the infield section and return to the banked oval. Brake late, close right up and hit the accelarator early. If you are too far back the leader will accelarate earlier and pull away to over 90 yds. Finished in 1m33s.

4.2 Back in the Countach (mine is PR 32.6) against 3 Ferrari F40's. Went for the slower option of finishing first while skidding for more than 2 secs. Braking late will get you to 1st within a few corners. Then you can easily do those in the corners and hold up the bots. Especially on the narrower infield section. Finished in 1m53s.

4.3. Maintaining 122mph & not going off track for more than 1 sec. no problem. Couldn't get to 217 mph in my PR 70.8 1111111 trim (maximum 214 mph, even with turning back at the start and starting from before the busstop at the beginning of the start-finish straight).

  • The turning back trick also helps if you're struggling with reaching the required avg. speed of 122 mph. Run to the bus stop should lift it to around 135-140 mph, quickly turn round and do the lap in the right direction. You should have a good cushion to easily reach your target.
  • if you're struggling for the topspeed target: hitting the blue wall at the end of the start-finish straight (on the outside of turn 1) doesn't count as off track - as long as you stay on the tarmac and don't go on to the brown patch.

Serviced & waiting for the rest of my R$ upgrades to arrive.

With all the R$ upgrades now on (1212122) the target for 4.3 dropped to 215.2 instead of 217+ previously. Reached 215.42 by turning round & going through the bus stop onto the back straight. Turned the right way there, took the bus stop at as high a speed as possible (exitspeed around 140 mph) and went flat out for the blue wall at turn 1. Keep off the brown patch and bouncing off the wall won't count as off track. Just made the target, completed the lap making sure not to spoil it all by going off track ;-)

4.4 Cup race with 5 cars, max. 1 sec off track. Pretty straightforward. The bots were a bit quicker on the straights, much slower in the corners. Brake later & pass on the inside. Tried to slow / block and spin off bots after that. Watch out, they are pretty agressive, they were over me like a swarm of bees. Won in 4m47.2s.

Serviced and put on GC upgrades engine, body & exhaust (2222222), and the R$ upgrades after those, so will have 3232322 in 24 hrs time.


Credit: RR3 Michael P, ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 05

Tips about Lamborghini's Legacy Stage 05 (Return to Europe):

Tips

RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down


Goal 5.1: Hunter at Circuit des 24 Heures (Morning) [1 lap] - Win this event - Recommended PR77.8


Goal 5.2: Cup at Circuit des 24 Heures [1 lap] - Win after tailgating within 110 yds (100m) distance for 60 seconds and staying in first for 60 uninterrupted seconds (using Lamborghini Murcielago R-SV GT1) - Recommended PR n/a


Goal 5.3: Cup at Circuit des 24 Heures [2 laps] - Win with an average speed of 140 mph to 225 kph and at least 15 overtakes - Recommended PR77.8


Goal 5.4: Cup at Circuit des 24 Heures (Evening) [1 lap] - Win whilst reaching a top speed of 222 mph (356 kph) without colliding or going off-track for more than 2 seconds - Recommended PR77.8

90.231.145.4 wrote:
Stage 5.4 is not working for me. I've reached 358 kph and it still says 0 of 1. Anyone else with this issue?

RR3G'hamO. replied:
Have you tried it using mph?


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Anyone having problems with this goal in kph, change the in game settings to mph (Settings > Display > Display Speed: MPH | KPH).

194.66.32.10 A Fandom user wrote:
5.4 can be done with approximately 75 PR, turn brake assist off down Mulsanne after you get a good exit, once you hit 222mph use the barrier on the left or right to slow you down massively and you should get away with it. Worked for me.

RR3 Michael P wrote:
I did the same on my top device, reached 222 mph, left into the barrier to scrub off some speed, then hard right for the chicane, the tail of the car hit the chicane barrier, half spun, expected to see a red flag, surprised when I didn't, so carried on and won. I bit of a fluke, but I'll take it :) Currently 3232122 for 95 Icon Gold

PR75.6 (3232122): as other have said, getting a good exit for the straight is critical. I would like to add that disabling all assists helps immensely as you can go slightly wider on exit without skidding or the TC slowing you down. Also, for slowing down I didn't use the left or right barriers, just braked and slammed into the opposite wall (right side on exit) sideways. It seems the game doesn't register this as collision, as opposed to hitting it head-on.


Reports

RR3 Michael P Report Stage 5

Device: NOX PC Emulator for Android (my 2nd device)

Pre-challenge: R$27,117,325 — 1,553 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

Car:

Buttons, Steering high, Brakes low and TC on, Steering Sensitivity 1. Online

  • 5.1 Standard Hunter
  1. 1st +501yd v +482yd F. Sacre, I passed the Silvia in Porsche Curves, waited by the line for the gap to reduce, used 14 bar of damage
  • 5.2 1 lap cup of le mans using Murcielago, tailgate for 60 seconds and lead for 60 uninterrupted seconds, then win.
  1. 1st 3m 40s+ v (missed time) F. Sacre, reached 60 seconds by the first chicane, so held up the bots, gained the 60 seconds between chicanes, used 12 bar of damage, serviced.
  • 5.3 2 lap Cup of Le Mans. win, with 15 overtakes and 140 mph average.
  1. 1st 7:05.8 v 7:06.9 F. Sacre, surprisingly, I was in the lead early on and braked in Dunlop curves to let all the bots passed, then re-took the lead into the first chicane, by the 2nd chicane I had 15 overtakes, couldn't hold the bots up much, due to the 140 mph average, which was easy to maintain, I waited a little by the line and had 1 second lead, used all bar of damage, serviced.

Car: Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 PR77.0 17/28 (Drivetrain now complete)

  • 5.4 1 lap Le Mans, win and reach 222 mph
  1. DNF off track, whilst trying to reach 222 mph. Used 9 bar of damage, Retry, Turned TC off.
  2. Quit, bad entry onto straight
  3. 1st 3:40.1 v 3:40.4 E. Pare, better entry onto the Mulsanne straight and easily reached 222 mph, then braked hard, roughly at the 300 metre board, paused and turned brakes low and TC on then started to hold up the bots by tapping the brake whilst in front of them, but not so hard that they touch, due to no contact. Used all remaining bar of damage, serviced

Bought level 2 & 3 Exhaust for 46 Icon Gold and R$252,100, which will take 1 day.

Summary: Another straightforward day, my car was slightly under the recommended PR which didn't cause too many problems, other than the last event, all were done on the first attempt.

Reward 15 Icon Gold

Post-challenge: R$26,931,966 — 1,522 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

HV2308 (level 248, manual controls, no assists, PR 77.1 17/28 upgrades 3232322)

Not much difficulty - with PR 77.1. All races at Le Mans. Races 1-3-4 in the Centenario, race 2 in the Murcielago.

5.1 Hunter. Target drops about 30 yds every time you quit, but with PR 77.1 even the initial target of 575 yds is doable. At the start you're about 4700 yds down. You catch the red hunter car around the Porsche curves so keep plugging away. Target 539 yards, won by 13 yards.

5.2 One lap in the Murcielago (mine is PR 65.4) drafting any opponent for 60 secs and being in the lead for 60 secs. The tailgating clock adds up. You can lose the draft and it will start counting where it left off. The 'in the lead clock' goes back to 0.0 if you lose the lead. But if you have completed 60 secs in the lead, it stays there even if you are overtaken after that. 5 cars in the race, not too quick, plenty of time to tailgate. You can switch from one to the other. I think you start in 3rd place. Won in 4.04.7. Serviced the Murcielago just in case.

5.3. 2 laps 6 cars. Average speed of 140 mph with at least 15 overtakes. Used the free mechanic I had available (had 3 bars of damage left before the race). That way I could do the whole of day 5 in one run. Try to overtake the whole bunch of cars in one go, that will give you 5 overtakes at a time. You can basically do this before every corner, as the bots really slow and bunch up there. And only have to do it 3 times. Did it before the first corner, in the corner before entering the long straight and in the chicane halfway the first straight. Even if one or 2 cars slip away, there are plenty of opportunities to catch them up. The average speed of 140 was no problem at all. Although to stay ahead of 2nd I ended up with avg. 142 mph. Won in 7.07.3 and by 15 yds. held up 2nd place a bit in the second half of the second lap.

5.4 Win with a maximum speed of 222 mph, no colliding and no off track for more than 2 secs. Got into first as soon as possible to avoid damage (took the right side and passed all cars before the first chicane, bit of side contact is apparently no problem). Even without a clean entry onto the long straight (little skid) I managed 222 mph quite easily. Braked and slowed myself further by steering into the left barrier beside the track (see the comments section, great tip, although you could maybe make it on brakes only too). Made the first chicane on the straight with ease. Completed the lap without too much pressure from behind (always 80 yds or more back), slowed a bit towards the end, managing the gap. Won in 3.31.1.

Montoym: Here's my Report for Stage 5.  I'm a day behind due to starting on the 2nd day.

My Car - R$ only to start, 11/28 PR 73.5.  I drive Tilt A, TC On, Steering Low, Brakes Low, unless otherwise stated.

5.1 - I had a target of +575yds.  This turned out to be very easy.  I spun out the Silvia when I caught up to it, but I likely didn't need to. I had to slow toward the end to reduce my spacing.  I finished with +665yds.

5.2 - My R-SV GT1 is fairly highly upgraded, at 18/20, PR 67.1.  This event was also a piece of cake.  I had completed both goals by the Mulsanne Corner.  From there, I just coasted to the end and slowed to close the gap by the finish.  Finished at 3:56.563 vs 2nd place at 3:57.563

5.3 - I made this race harder than necessary.  I had TC Off and while I was on the Mulsanne Straight for the 1st lap, I was messing with the bots and managed to get myself spun around and ended up in 5th place.  I spent the majority of the lap catching up to the lead cars and I had to work a bit to get my overtakes in.  In the end, it didn't end up being as tough as I had thought it might be after the spin out, but I did have to work decently hard to catch back up.  I finished with about a 10yd lead with a time of 7:08.822 vs 2nd place at 7:09.117 Montoym 5.4 - Knowing I'd have to upgrade for this race, I went ahead and added the Engine, Drivetrain and Body 1st level GC upgrades and kicked off the follow-up R$ upgrades they had.  This put me at PR 75.2, 14/28, 2322122. With TC Off, I made 3 attempts at this upgrade level but couldn't managed to hit 222mph and slow enough to keep from crashing into the barrier at the chicane (Brake Assist was off to maximize the speed).  So, I went ahead and used ads to speed up the Engine upgrade.  This put me at PR 75.8, 15/28 3322122.  This still was not quite enough.  I hit 222mph, but again could not stop quick enough.  Perhaps with a few more attempts I could have done it, but impatience got the best of me and I used ads to speed up the Drivetrain upgrade.  This put me at PR 76.5, 16/28 3422122.  This was what I needed.  On my next attempt, I hit 222mph easily, had plenty of space to slow down and I coasted the rest of the lap.  The bots were a non-issue. I had a 1000+yd lead after the Ford Chicanes and I stopped at the finish line to close the gap.  I finished at 3:32.252 vs. 2nd place at 3:33.454 with 0.0sec of off-track time.

I have the Body R$ upgrade completing before Stage 6 opens for me tomorrow, I am planning to get through Stage 6 with no additional upgrades.  Based on Filob46's report below, this seems doable.  Ideally, I'd prefer to finish up the event at 17/28 without any further upgrades, but I'll have to see what Stage 7 has in store.

Credit: RR3 Michael P, Montoym, HV2308, 194.66.32.10 A Fandom user, RR3G'hamO.... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 06

Tips about Lamborghini's Legacy Stage 06 (A Few More Pieces):

Tips


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down


Goal 6.1: Cup at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps [1 lap] - Win this event - Recommended PR78.4


Goal 6.2: Cup at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps [1 lap] - Win with a Qualifying Time less than 2:22 whilst overtaking at least four times (using Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4) - Recommended PR n/a


Goal 6.3: Cup at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps [3 laps] - Win with an average speed of 128 mph (205 kph) whilst reaching a top speed greater than 194 mph (313 kph) 2 times - Recommended PR78.4

PR75.6 (3232122): the top speed is difficult to hit but doable by getting a good exit for the straight and going off-track at the end of it. Just forget about braking, the lead over the other cars should be pretty comfortable to allow this manoeuvre.


Goal 6.4: Cup at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps [1 lap] - Win this event without going off-track for more than 2 seconds or skidding for more than 2 seconds - Recommended PR78.4


Reports

Device: NOX PC Emulator for Android (my 2nd device)

Pre-challenge: R$26,931,966 — 1,532 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

Cars:

Settings: Buttons, Steering high, Brakes low and TC on, Steering Sensitivity 1. Online

  • 6.1 1 lap cup @ Spa, Win this event
  1. 1st 2:23.6 v 2:24.0 C. Loiselle,I was in the first place by Eau Rouge and started to hold the bots up it was a standard cup race. Used 8 bar of damage.
  1. 1st 2:15.7 v 2:17.1, I was in the leed by Eau Rouge and let one of the box pass then we took the lead by then continued the laugh and braked hard by the line to be closer to 2:22. Used 7 bar of damage, serviced.
  • 6.3 Win with an average 128 mpg and reach 194 mph twice.
  1. 1st 6:03.2 v 6:09.6 C. Loiselle, Again I was in the lead very early on, and maintains a constant speed to keep the 128 mph average, 194 mph was reached twice on the first lap. I was unable to slow much by the line due to the 128 mph average. used all bar of damage (should have used the free Engineer)
  • 6.4 1 lap cup @ Spa no skidding or off-track for 2 seconds.
  1. 1st 2:09.9 v K. Couwenberg, Relatively easy event again, quite easy to maintain the speed and pass the bots, which are slower in the turns, although I almost went off-track for 2 seconds, due to losing keyboard control, as I was going up the Kemmel Straight, I was on 1.9 seconds crossing the line, used 8 bar of damage, serviced.

Summary: Another straightforward day, all events completed the first attempts, I hope tomorrow will be the same.

Reward R$30,000 and 20 Icon Gold

Post-challenge: R$27,014,607 — 1,552 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

HV2308 (level 248, manual controls, no assists, Centenario PR 77.1 17/28 upgrades 3232322). 4 goals, all at Spa Francorchamps. 1-3-4 in the Centenario, 2 in the Aventador (mine is PR 59.5)

6.1 A one lap Cup event with 7 cars to use up some bars of damage. Pretty straightforward. Won in 2.29.3 with 8 bars of damage.

6.2 in the Aventador. Cup race with 4 cars. Do a 2.22 lap with 4 overtakes. First start was ridiculous, 3 Audi's (R8 LMS Ultra I think) that went off at a snails pace. Overtook them, braked and overtook again, so had my 4 overtakes done before the first corner. Unfortunately, at the end of the lap I slowed down towards the finishline to get closer to 2m22s and forgot about the other cars and didn't get 1st ;-) (winning time was 2.15).

Next time around there were some McLarens, but neither the 4 overtakes or the laptime were too much of a problem. Even with the Aventador skidding and sliding all over the place. Spun some bots round on the way without getting too involved to make the target time. 2.20.5.

6.3 took me quite a few tries. Cup race with 7 cars, 3 laps.

The average speed of 128 mph shouldn't be too much of a problem. Plenty of long straights. Although you need a bit of a cushion towards the end of the lap (1-2 mph) if you do the final chicane as it should be done and don't cut across the grass.

Getting to 194 mph was more troublesome. At PR 77.1 the only place I could (just about) hit 194 mph was at the end of Kemmel straight (the first long straight). 3 laps = 3 chances to reach 194 mph. But lap 3 is so much more relaxing when you reach the target on both lap 1 & 2 ;-)

If necessary, steer for the (right side) of the wall at the end of Kemmel Straight for that last mile of topspeed you need. The two difficulties are 1. not getting a clean run (= bots being a nuisance) & 2. not entering the straight with enough speed.

  1. Take the inside at the start and brake late or lift & coast. Ideally, you should get past 3rd and spin round 1st, maintaining enough speed not to be overtaken on the inside. If you are not in 1st, try to keep a bit of space with the car infront to get a good exit from Eau Rouge. The bots in front will inevitably slow a bit and get in the way, but if you pass without touching (= losing speed) it can be done.
  2. As making the 194 mph at the end of the straight was tight, my mistake was to hit Eau Rouge with too much speed, worried as I was about entering the straight at too low speed. A slight skid, lift off the accelarator or dab of the brake will put the target out of reach. Better not to be too fast into Eau Rouge (maybe lift just before) so you can start accelarating from the bottom of the hill or maybe just before. If you enter the straight at 150 mph and are at 180 mph at the footbridge over the track halfway the straight, you should get to 194mph.

Won in 6.03.1. Relaxed final lap, controlled the avg. speed to 128 mph at the finish. Other cars were way back.

Plenty of time left for 6.4, so saved and serviced.

6.4 One lap cup race, 7 cars in total. No skidding for more than 2 secs, no off track for more than 2 secs. Pretty straightforward & familiar after the previous races. Dive down the inside at turn 1 and get as far to the front as you can. Went into Eau Rouge in 2nd, nudged Loiselle out of the way and managed the gap to around 30-50 yds till the end. The chasing bot will usually brake very late and try to make a pass on the left just before the final chicane, but this race wasn't too much of a problem. Won in 2.10.1, 0.4s ahead. Serviced.

6.3 was the hard one for me today. Hoping PR 77.1 & 3232322 will get me through day 7.

Tomtraubert2009

Just a report on 6.3 - it's another way of doing it

PR 77.1 (3232322) - Tilt B - SA Low, TC on, BA off

Was fully serviced - Sat on the start line for 6-7 secs and let the bots go off so that when I'd be approaching Eau Rouge I'd not have to worry about their line, only my own because the entry to Eau Rouge is most important as the Kemmel straight is where you'll hit 194mph target. Approach Eau Rouge sensibly, it's natural to try and hit it fast but the old adage is spot on here : "slow in fast out".

If your entry is right you'll hammer it up the hill and wont slide and you'll still be able to drive on the desired line and you'll hit 194 by the end of the straight - veer to the right at the end to be sure.

I somehow managed to hit 194 again near the end of Blanchimont. Map here

Then I put Brake Assist on low and chased down the rest of the bots and had exactly the 128mph average target crossing the finish line. I had 130 at the chicance but overcooked it and hit the wall. Got lucky.

Ready to attack 6.4 later and do day 7 tomorrow. 

I'm happy with this so far. 

Credit: RR3 Michael P, ... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Stage 07

Tips about Lamborghini's Legacy Stage 07 (The Legacy at Last):

Tips


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Continue to follow methods to slow bots down



Goal 7.1: Cup at Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Morning) – Junior Course [10 laps] - Lap 6 opponents - Recommended PR80.6

Intense2169 wrote:
7.1 Helpful Tip: If you knock Santos out of position at the first chicane, he won't be the last bot you have to overlap. He never overpassed anyone to become 2nd. My overlaps were done by lap 9 and at the end of lap 10 I sat at the finish line waiting for them to catch up. :-) My upgrades then: 3232322

Moovinika wrote:

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Just put one of the bots there, he will never return on track.

PR 75.6 (3232122): hardest part by far in stage 7 for me. Tried clean race, ended up right behind the Aventador several times but no more time to overtake. In the end I knocked him out on the first straight and this way I was able to catch up to him but it was again very close. Was a bit lucky as I overtook three cars right on the last lap, the Murcielago and Aventador getting stuck behind the Countach for a short while.

Goal 7.2: Cup at Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Morning) – Road Course [1 lap] - Finish a lap in the opposite direction before your opponents can finish a lap whilst reaching a top speed of 196 mph (316 kph) - Recommended PR80.6

ME7 wrote:
702:15

7.2 First try, PR shown

7.2

7.2 tip, watch the video. Passed on my 1st attempt. My PR is shown in the video. I made a huge mistake at the last chicane, I believe if you go to the far right rather than the far left you can sneak between a gap.  Even with my head on crash I had lots of time left over. Can be watched in 1080 HD

This is a piece of cake at PR75.6 (3232122), finished the lap at 1:2x, well below the recommended minimum of 1:35. Cutting some high speed corners helps immensely.


Goal 7.3: Drag Race at Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Road Course — Win this event - Recommended PR80.6

Chriscar2 wrote:
7.3 Drag Race is easily winnable with PR77.1 3232322, you just need to do the 'Start Trick'.

Press pause a second or two after the third red light appears.

Now, using your thumbs, press resume, then pause, as quickly as you can.

Keep repeating this until the horn blows, and the launch light turns green.

Now press and hold your right thumb where the launch button will be, and THE INSTANT you hit resume with your left thumb or forefinger, you'll launch. This trick will give you at least a tenth of a second jump over your best launch.

My times:

J.Diaz 9.639 Me 9.583

T.Xi 9.633 Me 9.554

C. Cunningham 9.626 Me 9.471

RR3 Michael P wrote:

Real Racing 3 Pause Resume method-006:18

Real Racing 3 Pause Resume method-0

https://youtu.be/U6WacvsVWU8

Real Racing 3 Pause Resume method-006:18

PR75.6 (3232122): Pause-resume technique is the only way unless you can count perfectly in the rhythm of the lights, which I cannot. But with pause-resume is winnable, though close.



Goal 7.4: Cup at Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Road Course [2 laps] - Win whilst reaching a top speed of 198 mph (319 kph) 4 times without going off-track for more than 2 seconds - Recommended PR80.6

Chriscar2 wrote:
7.4 PR77.1 3232322 SA High, BA & TC off

Muscle your way into first place by the first corner, then enable low BA. You'll have plenty of performance to hit the 198mph target 3x by the time you pass the start/finsh line at the end of lap one, making for an easy lap 2, and onto a win.

PR75.6 (3232122): easy race, enough opportunities to hit the target speed and brake safely without going off-track. It's preferable to be in first place after the first chicane, even if it means going off-track for a short time. 2 seconds is plenty enough.


Goal 7.5: Cup at Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Road Course [3 laps] - Win this event without going off-track for more than 1 second or skidding for more than 1 second - Recommended PR80.6

PR75.6 (3232122): easy if you can get to first place, or at least 2nd, in the first chicane. Repeat until you manage it, the 1 second limit is pretty tight.


RR3 Michael P wrote:
Endurance events and Elimination events are particularly good to slow the bot's down for future events, next best are Drag Race events, Autocross events and Speed Snap events, see methods to slow bots down.

Reports

Device: NOX PC Emulator for Android (my 2nd device)

Pre-challenge: R$27,014,607 — 1,552 Icon Gold — 170/179 Cars — Level 247

Car: Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 PR78.5 19/28 (3432322)

Buttons, Steering high, Brakes low and TC on, Steering Sensitivity 1. Online

  1. 2nd, Only just passed all 6 overtakes on the final band of the final lap by then waited by the line a little bit too long and ended up in 2nd place the good job the goal was just to lap 6 opponents, and not win! Used all bar of damage, serviced.
  • 7.2 1 wrong way lap @ Monza Road, and reach 196 mph.
  1. DNF, reached the barrier at turn 1, will need a better run, more on track. Cloud Restore
  2. DNF, head on with the 3rd place bot, was not good for the run, although I actually got slightly further! Cloud Restore
  3. DNF, head on with the first chicane this time, cloud restore
  4. DNF, messed up the first turn again, need to brake much earlier! I almost reached the line, cloud restore
  5. DNF, much improved run, I watched the bot cross the line! Cloud restore.
  6. DNF, much improved run, until I hit a barrier, again, I watched the bot cross the line! Cloud restore.
  7. 1st 1:36.0 v C. Cunningham, finally! I could see Mr. Cunningham approaching as I crossed the line, just needed a reasonable run, I turned TC off, may have given a slight advantage, used 10 bar of damage.
  • 7.3 standard drag race
  1. 1st v C. Cunningham, used the pause resume method (see method to slow bots down), used 2 bar of damage
  • 7.4 2 lap cup @ Monza Road, reach 198 mph x 4. No off track for 2 seconds.
  1. 1st 3:19.2 v 3:19.8 F. Sacre, reached 4x 198 mph on the first lap, two back straights and two on the main straights, by braking slightly once 198 mph was passed, started to hold up the bots, C. Cunningham got passed, so I chased him down and PIT him, used all bar of damage
  • 7.5 3 lap Monza Road, Win, without going off-track or skidding for more than 1 second
  1. Tried a few time to do with a trashed car, I managed one lap, but had no chance on the finish straight, serviced.
  2. 1st 4:37.2 v 4:40.5 C. Cunningham, I was in first place by the second turn and maintains a lead being careful not to scared or to go off track and actually finished with the counters on 0 for both, used 17 bar of damage, 6 red remaining, serviced

Summary: Other than the stupid goal of running Monza backwards today was another straightforward day. Happy with the result!

Reward R$ 45,000, 20 Icon Gold and Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4

Post-challenge: R$27,134,186 — 1,610 Icon Gold — 171/179 Cars — Level 248


Chriscar2 wrote:
Here's my report for Stage 7.

I started on day 2, so Stage 7 just opened for me about 90mins ago.

My car - PR 77.0, 17/28, 3432122. I race Tilt A, Brakes low, Steering Low, TC On, unless otherwise specified.

7.1 - I read some of the comments of others and I made sure to go after the 1st place car in the chicane at the start. I knocked him around a bit and apparently, that made the difference. I was concerned for a bit because it didn't seem like I was making up enough time, but then around lap 8, I could see the marker for the 2nd place car up ahead of me. I ended up catching the 2 faster Lambos just before the final turn of lap 9. Those were my 4th and 5th lapped cars and then I passed the Countach shortly thereafter. i had all 6 lapped cars before the end of lap 9. So I coasted through lap 10, then stopped and waited by the finish lien for the rest to catch up. I finished at 7:27.293 to 2nd place at 7:28.830

7.2 - This one took me 2 tries. On my 1st attempt I misjudged a turn and ended up off track longer than I wanted to be. Plus, when I met up with the pack of cars, I hit a few of them and it slowed me down further. So, assuming I would have a poor lap, I force-closed and tried again. On my 2nd attempt, I had a better run. I actually still managed to hit the pack of cars when they came around, but its was perfect. i hit the lead car and we both stopped in our tracks. All the following cars were just lined up behind the lead car. So, I just turned to go around, made sure I didn't hit any other cars and continued on my way. I guess I didn't lose much time with that (or rather, all the cars lost similar time, myself included) and when I was heading down the start-finish straight, I actually slowed down a bit and still managed to finish ahead of the bots. I had a time of 1:40.417.

7.3 - I used pause-resume trick here and it worked flawlessly (I had seen it mentioned here before but never tried it until now). Finished 1st place on my first attempt.

7.4 - This one took me the most attempts of any race in Stage 7. On my 1st attempt, I had TC on (which is typical for me) and I was having a bit of trouble getting my 198mph goals in. I decided to force-close and try again. On my 2nd attempt, I turned off TC. This did help me to gain speed more quickly, but for some reason, the bots were right on me and I managed to get tangled up with them and I ended up off-track, force close and retry again. On my 3rd attempt (still with TC Off), I had a much cleaner run and I got all 4 198mph goals fairly easily and stayed away from the bots. Slowed at the finish to let the bots catch up and I finished at 3:06.442 vs 2nd place at 3:07.028.

7.5 - 1st attempt, TC On. Nothing special here, just race and don't go off-track or skid. On my 1st lap, I managed to come in a bit too hot into Parabolica and I did skid a bit, 0.8sec worth, so I had nothing left to give and I was more cautious for the final 2 laps. I did not pick up any more skid time and had no off-track time at all and I finished in first at 4:34.287 vs. 2nd place at 4:35.758. Even though it wasn't necessary, I slowed at the end to let the bots catch up a bit. I think it's just habit at this point lol!.

So, I won the Centenario without much drama on Stage 7. I did opt for a slightly more expensive upgrade route than others (170GC), but I do feel like the extra GC spent for the 3rd level Drivetrain upgrade made some of the stages easier than upgrading something else like Exhaust, Brakes, or Tires & Wheels. I have no data to back that up really, but I did have an easier time on Stages 5 and 6 than what some of the comments were stating. Granted, some of it may be due to my bot slowing as well.

In any case, I have another car in my garage, for a 70GC net cost, I'm happy with that. Best of luck to everyone else still in the fight!


Dodensportaler43 wrote:
The Centenario is in my garage now. I've made it with PR 78.5 (3432322).

7.1 - I couldn't lap the Aventador just for a few yards before the finish line. But, after many failures, I hit the Miura shortly after I was into the 3rd lap and it remained stuck in a tiny gap on the left of the very first turn for the whole event. That made it easy to lap the bots. I had only to get past the Miura to do it. And it also allowed me not to cut the finish line too far away from the 2nd. Otherwise I think the bots may have speeded up in the next events. The Miura finished with a time of 32:46:242.

7.2 - Made it at the 4th try. It wasn't hard, but the problem here was that I can't drive with SA off. I drive with SA low and everything else off. I've put the steering sensitivity at 10 for it.

7.3 - The bots went 5-6 yards ahead of me but managed to catch up before the finish line. Maybe I've made it thanks to the "bot slowing" in 7.1? Who knows. Fact is, I've made it after a few tries.

7.4 - Reached 198 mph 4 times easily on the first lap. I just raced it like it was a normal race without any side goals at all.

7.5 - I just had to win it. Just without going off ttrack or drifting. It was easy too and made it at the first try.


Overall, I've spent just 216 GC for the upgrades, minus 100 for the completion of the event so that brings it down to 116 GC. I've spent much less than I was expecting.... but anyway I will have to spend another 700+ for Hypercar Club...

HV2308 (level 248, manual controls, no assists, Centenario PR 77.1 17/28 upgrades 3232322 for 7.1 & 7.2, 3332322 PR 77.8 for 7.3-7.5

7.1 10 laps of Monza junior course against 4 other cars: a Miura and a Countach you both lap twice, and a Murcielago and an Aventador. Santos is in the Aventador. If you don't barge him off track in the first corner as suggested in other tips, you need to be around 2650 yards ahead to lap him. Took me quite a number of tries with 77.1. You need a pretty smooth & clean run for 10 laps. Had to restore & restart a few times because of off tracks & losing speed, or being slowed when passing. Strangely enough, I did some clean runs but couldn't catch Santos, and in a race I bumped heavily into the Murcielago twice! on lap 7-8, costing me a lap to catch up again, I got to Santos pretty easily, passing him at the beginning of the final lap. Get to Santos in time, the last few laps at least he was quicker on the straights than I was (in spite of being 2000+ yds back). As in all these events, bots are slow in the corners. Watch out at the start, the Countach is off so slow you need to swerve right to avoid him. In the lead by turn 1, then make sure you get 350 yds on Santos each lap. Won in 6.34.1, Santos 7.18. Needless to say this event costs all your bars of damage. Use the mechanic, or service if not pressed for time.

7.2 Lap of Monza in the opposite direction. Get familiar with the circuit. You can cut chicanes you normally can't, and have to go pretty slow in the final chicane towards start finish. You meet the pack at the end of the second straight in the first corner of the Lesmo double. Stay well to the side of the track (found the outside to be best). Had a couple of failures around 1.31-1.32 and then won in 1.39, strangely enough.

7.3 Couldn't do this with 77.1. Somehow the counting trick or the pause-resume trick don't work for me, I'm not quicker. Must perfect that technique. Now it cost me 75 gold. Tested what would happen with drivetrain 3&4 and had the event done in a few minutes. Restored & put upgrade drivetrain 3 on for 75 gold (& 4 for R$ but as that takes 36 hours it won't arrive until after the race. Drivetrain 3 was enough to complete day 7 anyhow). That was enough to win all three races (final target 9.2 something). If you have a false start in your first race, best to restore and start again, so you have a cushion of 3 false starts for the last two races. You never know ... You can basically retry races as often as you like. You'll get there in the end ...

7.4 Cup race with 20 cars, but you start 10th. Win and reach 198mph 4 times. Most easy places to get to 198mph are the backstraight and the start-finish straight. You should get your 4 there if you accelarate early. But with PR 77.8 you can (just) also get to 198 mph at the end of the second straight (inbetween the first & second chicane), then maybe just before the 3rd chicane (before the back straight) too. Try and get to 1st by the first chicane to have a nice clear track. Pass on the long straights if you're worried about off tracks.

7.5 Win the Cup race without skidding for more than 1 sec & off track for more than 1 sec. Pretty straightforward. You start in 6th. Dive down the right towards the chicane and try to nudgy first place out of the way. From then on it's a cruise to the finish - so easy I lost concentration and had to restore a couple of times.

Car in the garage without skips, in a day it will be 3432322, costing 226-100=126 golds. That's OK for a 850 golds car. The events were fun and I will benefit from them in future events. Must teach myself to do the stop-start trick in the dragrace. It will save me gold in the future. Good luck if you're still going!


Credit: RR3 Michael P, Intense2169, ME7, Chriscar2, Dodensportaler43, Moovinika... and everyone else who have posted comments.


Start / End Strategy

The player has 7 days to complete the 7 stages, the event is 7 days x 24 hours. The first stage will start the time the player starts it, the last stage will end 7 x 24 hours later. As stage 01 is normally straight forward and can be completed without an upgrade or service, it can be started late in the day, it doesn't matter if stage 01 isn't completed the first day, it can continued the following day. Stage 02, will automatically unlock at midnight, but can only be raced once stage 01 is complete. Stage 03 will unlock at midnight the following day, and so on up to stage 7. In total there will be 7 x 24 hours = 168 hours to complete all stages.

For example:

Start Sunday March 19th @ 7:30 PM the event will end 7 days x 24 hours later, Sunday @ 7:30 PM,

Stage
No.
Day Day Day Day Day Day Day
Start
Stage 1
Sun from 19:30Mon from 19:30Tue from 19:30Wed from 19:30Thu from 19:30Fri from 19:30Sat from 19:30
Stage 2MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
Stage 3TueWedThuFriSatSunMon
Stage 4WedThuFriSatSunMonTue
Stage 5ThuFriSatSunMonTueWed
Stage 6FriSatSunMonTueWedThu
Stage 7SatSunMonTueWedThuFri
Continue
Stage 7
Sun until 19:30Mon until 19:30Tue until 19:30Wed until 19:30Thu until 19:30Fri until 19:30Sat until 19:30

You need to choose the best time for you to start Lamborghini's Legacy event, or more importantly when is the best time for you to end the event!


RR3 Michael P wrote (pre-race tip):
I wouldn't recommend starting the event on the first day, Sunday March 3rd, as many racers, who start as soon as the event opens, complain about bugs, which FM then fix! Instead leave the start a day or two and let other people do the bug testing. Also the tips and details can be filled in by the early adopters, so starting a day or two later gives a better heads up.

Ideally, for racers who are busy Monday to Friday and have the weekend free, the best day and time to start is as late as possible Sunday March 19th, as long as it's before midnight, meaning stage 7 of the event can be completed over two days, the following Saturday and Sunday. Unfortunately there maybe a short time to start this event! It is only open for 8 days. Keep an eye out for adverts to start the event and watch for a countdown to start. Once started the event can be run, even if it's closed to new racers.

Cloud Save / Restore

It is important to cloud save before every race, for full details see RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#Cloud Save / Restore

General Tips

Strategy

  • Strategy - Including why gold is precious.


Time Shifted Multiplayer (TSM)

  • Time Shifted Multiplayer - TSM algorithm and AI, whys it's important to win by small margins and how to slow bots down


List of Offline Bots Names

See RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#List of Offline Bots Names

List of Lamborghini's Legacy Bots Names

This event has a different set of offline bots.

Lamborghini's Legacy
M. Bordeaux
M. Chunn
J. Couwenberg
C. Cunningham
0. Desnoyer
J. Diaz
A. Emond
C. Greer
N. Isenia
A. Kastner
C. Loiselle
E. Paradis
E. Pare
R. Ray
F. Sacre
L. Salois
N. Smith
R. Verkleij
T. Xi

Methods to slow bots down

See RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#Methods to slow bots down

FAQ

How can I service the car when I already finished the day?

If the final car service is missed, after the final event on the day, the soonest it can service is at midnight (local time), when the next stage opens.

The Target is too High, How do I Reduce it?

See RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#The Target is too High, How do I Reduce it?

The Game / Le Mans Keeps crashing

See RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#The Game / Le Mans Keeps crashing

When is the last time I can start this Event?

The exact date is unknown, normally 1 - 2 weeks.

The way FM display the date isn't very clear, they use a rounding factor. The days and hours remaining, to start, is changing at mid day or on the half hour. The closing date and time displayed is a cautious closing date and time. Keep an eye out for adverts to start the event and watch for a countdown to start. Once started the event can be run, even if it's closed to new racers.

Will this event be added to the race career?

FM went though a spell of adding special events to the racing career, the last time a special event was added was September 2015 v3.6, NASCAR Academy was added directly to the NASCAR career, without previously being released as a Time Limited Event (TLE). Previous to that was April 2015 v3.3, with Redline: Origins and MotorFiesta 1. It is therefore unlikely this event will be added to the racing career.

Will the car be available to win in the future?

The Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 is available to win if the challenge is completed in 8 days, after March 20th the Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 can be purchased.

Can I buy the car?

The Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 is available in the Hypercar Club series in the Legend category. This vehicle can be acquired for 850 Icon Gold or 680 Icon Gold with showcase discount.

The Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 is available in one series:

This vehicle is available to win in the following special event:

Quote Natalia
Use have been lent a Lamborghini Centenario.

All upgrades, customizations and VIP will remain on the car permanently, whether you acquire it from this event or buy it later.
— Natalia, Agent

What is the minimum PR / upgrades required

RR3 Michael P wrote (pre-race):
Since Generations, if the players car is far below the recommended PR level the bots run impossible times. Once the car is upgraded the bots return to normal times. Slowing the bots works, only when the PR requirements are close. Some goals have fixed top bots. Possible upgrade strategies:

No. Description Upgrade R$ Icon Gold
1Upgrade the car with R$ and pay (30/40/50 Icon Gold) to skip impossible goalsPR73.5 (1212122) 1,411,700 ~0-300+
2Upgrade the car with R$ then only the Icon Gold upgrades that give top speed and/or acceleration, leaving the grip and breaking upgrades PR75.6 is reached. 3232122 1,931,500 95
3Upgrade the car to 100% complete Hypercar Club PR83.0
-1 Susp.
(7452333)
5,283,000816
4Fully upgrade the car PR83.8
(7453333)
5,283,000886


Sirebel wrote:
So I see information coming through from our hacking friends with four potential challenges:

  • Upgrade to 3432322 for 216 gold to win
  • Upgrade to 3232322 for 141 gold to win
  • Upgrade to 3232122 for 95 gold to win
  • Win with less than 3232122

Personally, I'm going to upgrade to 3432322 and probably 5452322 if that proves hard because ultimately I'm going to 7452333 for career.

RR3 Michael P wrote:

Screenshot 20170318-100936

PR75.6 3232122 (95 GC)

Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 is in my garage PR75.6 15/28 3232122 (95 Icon Gold) no skips :D

I practised yesterday, on my 2nd device. Stage 7.1 & 7.2 were the most difficult today, they both took 3 attempts. 5.4 was very hard too, a wall scrap and fluke wall bounce saved me from upgrading more.

Thanks to tip from Intense2169 for 7.1 and video from User:ME7 for 7.2 today wasn't that hard. :)

I need to spend 721 Icon Gold to 100% complete the series now :/

How much do the upgrades cost?

Stage PR
(Upgrades)
Top Speed Acc. Braking Cornering Cost Parts
Initial
w/ Icon Gold
66.2 217 mph
349 kph
2.70 s 98.0 ft
29.8 m
1.39 g 850 Icon Gold
(680 Icon Gold)
Max PR
w/ R$
73.5
(1212122)
223 mph
359 kph
2.55 s 90.3 ft
27.5 m
1.55 g R$1,411,700
(+R$3,871,300)
11
7
Max PR
w/ Icon Gold
83.8
(7453333)
240 mph
386 kph
2.27 s 87.0 ft
26.5 m
1.62 g +886 Icon Gold
(2,333 Icon Gold)
10
28
Top Speed
(kph)
0 100 200 300 400 500 600
349 386
Acc.
(s)
9.03 7.79 6.39 4.98 3.58 2.18 0.78
2.70 2.27
Braking
(m)
53.3 46.4 38.6 30.9 23.1 15.3 7.5
29.8 26.5
Cornering
(g)
0.46 0.84 1.42 2.14 3.01 4.04 5.21
1.39 1.62

For car details see here:

For full details on upgrades with PR see here:

Useful Pages

See RR3 Wiki:Real Racing 3 Tips and FAQ#Useful Pages

Benefit

Calculated benefits of the event:

RR3 Michael P calculation:

Date: March 10th March 17th Difference
R$icon 29,227,19827,134,186 -2,093,012
Icon Gold 1,6601,610 -50
Cars 170 171 +1
Level 247 248 +1

Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 PR78.5 19/28 (3432322), upgrades costing 216 Icon Gold. Daily rewards were 28 Icon Gold, less 100 Icon Gold for completion and less 38 Icon Gold in level up. Net 50 Icon Gold spend.

Credit and Thanks

Many of the tips and FAQ have been combined from posts left by this RR3 wiki community, a big credit needs to go to this excellent community. Also, thank you, to everyone who have left comments and tips, for this challenge.

Comments and Tips

If you have any tips, please either edit the relevant section of this page and add them yourself or leave comments on the Lamborghini's Legacy Comments and an editor will add them later.

Please post your comments and tips, any information you feel maybe useful, such as:

  • What stage and event you are leaving a tip for, this can be shortened e.g. Tip for 1.3 is for stage 01 event 3
  • What problems you had and how to overcome the problems?
  • e.g. Can corners be cut?
  • Can an event be run with a broken car?
  • If so with what PR/upgrade?
  • What controls Tilt A / B ?
  • What assists - brakes high / low /off ? TC on / off?
  • Basically any tips that maybe useful to other racers.
  • If you are anonymous feel free to sign a name or handle.


One of the editors will summarise them and add them to the relevant event, if there is anything missing please post a comment or tip to Lamborghini's Legacy Comments and let us know ;-)

Footnotes

  1. The way FM display the date isn't very clear, they use a rounding factor. The days and hours remaining, to start, is changing at mid day or on the half hour. The closing date and time displayed is a cautious closing date and time.

    The best time to start is late in the day local time, as the next stage opens at midnight local time.

    If the event is started 11PM March 12th (local time), the event can be completed 8x24 hours later, 11PM March 20th. Allowing almost two full days to complete the last stage.

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