Nascar Web Racing Game Cheats

Tips & Hints:
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The following tips will help rookie drivers make their 
way around the track, and get veterans on the road to 
victory lane.

Select a Speedway: 
If you haven't had a lot of driving experience, choose 
a speedway like Atlanta or Las Vegas. Avoid the short 
tracks and road courses until you're confident in your 
driving ability.

Know When to Ease Off the Gas: 
Speed isn't the only factor in NASCAR racing. Braking 
plays a big part, especially around the turns. When 
you're entering a turn, for example, ease off the gas. 
Then, as you exit the turn, accelerate and gun it on the 

Find a Line: 
Pick a line and stick with it. Extra movement from side 
to side slows your time and becomes hazardous when you're 
running door-to-door with other cars. 

Take It Easy in the Turns: 
Too much speed will take you right into the wall. To avoid 
that, ease off the gas a little and find a safe line around 
each turn. Remember that speed is the most important coming 
out of a turn.

Draft Away: 
Drafting consists of driving in another car's wake to get 
an aerodynamic advantage. You can ease off the accelerator 
a little until you're ready for the pass. Then hit the gas 
and pull your car out of the draft, and you'll slingshot 
your way around the car in front of you. 

Take the time to learn how your car handles on each track, 
or you're going to finish in the back of the pack, if you 
finish at all. The more you practice, the less time you'll 
spend bumping the wall or spinning your wheels in the infield.

Watch Your Line: 
After the race starts, you may opt to change your line based 
on race conditions and positioning. As each driver dials into 
a groove, the best line around the track can also become the 
most congested line. 

Stay Steady & In Control: 
Don't allow your car to get too loose -- when you start to 
lose control, gently ease off the gas then get the car back 
into a groove. Don't crank the steering too hard or you'll 
really lose control. 

Don't Be Afraid To Back Off: 
Other cars will fight to keep you from passing, often weaving 
to try to cut off your line. When this happens, back off and 
draft for a while. Get the timing of the other driver's 
blocking moves, then attempt a pass when you see an opening. 

Give 'n' Take: 
Bumping and scraping are staples of any NASCAR race. If you 
want to run with the leaders, you have to learn to give and 
take. Knowing how to handle your car when it's getting bumped 
and nudged is a vital skill.

Starting Position:
Obviously, it's best to qualify for pole position and start 
at the front of the field, but even the best drivers don't 
qualify for the pole on every race. If you take the time to 
learn the track with practice laps, you'll find you usually 
qualify in the middle to front of the pack.

Starting In The Middle: 
When you qualify in the middle of the field, your strategy 
should be to stay within striking distance of the leaders 
and pick up positions one at a time. 

Starting at the Back:
When you start at the back of the pack, think in terms of 
small steps. Move up car-by-car before worrying about leaping 
ahead to win the race. The harder you charge, the greater risk 
you run of plowing into another car, hitting the wall, or 
spinning out on the infield.

Speedways Vs. Short Tracks: 
If you start at the back of the field on a speedway, you 
have a better chance of moving up to a decent spot in the 
standings than if you start in the back on a short track or 
road course. The long straights and more space between the 
cars on a speedway give you more room to pick off the cars 
ahead of you. 

Ease In & Speed Out: 
It's better to be faster out of a turn than faster into it. 
Speed at the exit of a corner is carried directly onto the 
straight, where you can use it to pass. 

Start Slow: 
Your goal is to complete the entire race in the fastest time. 
If you're pulling away from everyone on the straightaways 
only to lose position (or worse yet lose control) on the 
turns, slow down until you can figure out a better way to 
go fast through the turns. 

Always Look Ahead:
When entering a turn, your eyes should already be focused 
on the center of the turn, or the apex. When you hit the 
apex, your focus is on the exit. 

Try Different Strategies: 
If you're having trouble negotiating the turns try a high 
approach, or "outbraking."

High Approach: 
Come into the turn up high (near the wall), then cut the 
corner so that you hit the inside corner at the apex of the 
turn. As you exit the turn, your line should take you back 
up high. 

This can help you gain an advantage going into a turn. To 
outbrake, take the inside line going into a corner and brake 
later than the car in front of you. You'll catch up to him 
on the inside, forcing him to let you by.

Drafting is driving in the wake of air created by the car 
in front of you so you don't have to expend fuel and power 
cutting through the air, and it plays a key role in the 
racing strategy of every NASCAR driver.

To execute a draft pass, or slingshot:
As you come up on the next car, position your car so that 
you are following an identical line. 

When you get close, ease off the gas to keep from bumping 
the car unless you want to pull out quickly and attempt a 

Accelerate and pull up high so that 3/4 of your car is 
outside the draft. You can feel the air resistance slowing 
you down. 

When you're ready to pass, dive down beneath your opponent 
and floor it. The suction of the draft slingshots you ahead.

You can also pass high to get extra speed going into the 
turn: as you're approaching a turn let off the gas and pass 
the cars as you hit the apex. But be careful not to hit the 
wall as you're attempting this strategy.

Bumping & Grinding:
NASCAR is a contact sport, and when a pack of cars is 
traveling within feet of each other at high speeds, bumping 
is bound to happen. 

Damage Control: 
Whether you're scraping against the wall or another car, 
when you make contact, your car wears down (unless DAMAGE 
is turned OFF). Minor contact causes minimal damage, but 
continuous scraping will slow you down and take a toll on 
your handling ability. 

Know When to Block:
You can use your car to block the path of an approaching 
car. You don't need to do this a lot early in the race - 
just let them pass you, and then use their draft. But 
later in a race you can be more selective about letting 
the other drivers pass. 

Hold Steady: 
Other drivers will test your nerve by nudging the back of 
your car. When this happens, don't panic. Keep your line 
and focus on what's ahead of you rather than what's behind 

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