My recent videos about Drag races, Drift events and high speeds in many different racing games have been extremely successful and I am glad that after years of making videos people finally start to recognize me for owning a lot of racing games and knowing a lot about them.
However, the specific focus of my channel is actually meant to be not just racing games in general but more specifically competitive play in racing games. When I play racing games my goal is usually to be as fast as possible in them and to set the fastest times that I can. And that's also what most of my regular videos are about: Showing how to be very fast on a particular track in a particular game.
Sadly those regular videos are still not getting a lot of attention, even though I can see in the comment sections of several other YouTube channels that there are quite a few people who enjoy seeing racing games being played on a high level. These people are my real target audience but it seems like I still haven't reached a lot of them. It seems like many people still haven't understood that I not only own a lot of racing games but that I also play them very competitively. Hopefully this video will change that.
In this video I am showing fast competitive laps in not just one but 20 different racing games. This should give you a good idea of what I am able to do and will hopefully make at least some people interested in starting to follow my regular videos as well. :)
For each of these laps I practiced for about one hour on average and in several of the shown games I have years of experience, which includes participating in esports tournaments and reaching top ranks on countless ingame leaderboards. For the runs that are shown in my regular videos I usually practice very hard as well, so if you like what you see in this video, then check out my regular videos too!
0:09 The Need for Speed SE - Rusty Springs Raceway in 37.8 with Ferrari 512 TR
1:00 NFS 2 SE - Outback in 1:17.0 with McLaren F1
2:36 NFS Hot Pursuit - Hometown in 1:12.7 with Mercedes CLK-GTR
4:10 NFS High Stakes - Celtic Ruins in 1:06.7 with McLaren F1 GTR
5:35 NFS Porsche - Monte Carlo Circuit 5 in 50.1 with Porsche 911 GT1
6:51 NFS Hot Pursuit 2 - National Forest in 1:14.9 with NFS McLaren F1 LM
8:29 NFS Underground - Atlantica in 37.9 with Mazda RX-7
9:24 NFS Underground 2 - Observatory in 45.6 with Toyota Corolla
10:28 NFS Most Wanted - Ironwood Estates in 36.8 with Lotus Elise
11:21 NFS Carbon - Main Street in 38.5 with Mitsubishi Lancer
12:17 Race Driver Grid - Washington Sprint Circuit in 58.6 with Koenigsegg CCGT
13:37 Dirt 3 - Hachiko Square, Shibuya in 25.1 with Subaru Impreza WRX STI GR RX
14:22 Grid Autosport - Hockenheimring Short Course in 1:19.6 with Mazda Panspeed RX-7
16:02 Driveclub - Maplewood 1, Canada in 46.7 with Ferrari FXX K
17:09 The Crew Wild Run - Golden Hills Raceway in ~1:20 with Ferrari 458 Speciale
18:51 Need for Speed 20 - Rapid Racer in 23.9 with Porsche 911 Carrera RSR
19:32 Forza Apex - Brand Hatch GP Circuit in 1:16.3 with Audi R18 e-tron quattro
21:08 Forza Horizon 3 - East Suburbs in 40.8 with Lamborghini Centenario
22:06 Dirt 4 - Lydden Hill Full Circuit in 35.0 with Ford Focus RS RX
23:03 Flatout 4 - Bruxton River Run in 56.5 with Frenzy M600
Competitive play is about trying to set the fastest times that you can. One thing that you often have to do for this is figuring out which car is the best for the track that you want to drive on. You also have to learn the track, so that you know which lines to take and where you can save time with shortcuts and wallrides. In some games you can also improve your times by using manual transmission or by using a custom car setup.
I like to help other people save some time with these things, so that they can focus on the most fun part, which is doing the actual driving and trying to execute it as well as possible. That's why in my regular videos I am always happy to reveal the shortcuts that I found and share the settings that I used.
Regarding the specific games that are shown in this video:
NFS Underground, Most Wanted and Carbon are games that I used to play in esports leagues and tournaments, so those 3 games I know very well and my times in them in this video are very strong. I am playing without nitrous in MW and Carbon, since that is common in competitive play in those games.
Dirt 3, Grid Autosport, Driveclub, Forza Horizon 3, Dirt 4 and Flatout 4 are games with ingame leaderboards, which are great for competitive play, since they allow you to see right away how fast you are compared to the other players. All the laps that I am showing here in those games resulted in very good leaderboard ranks.
The Crew is maybe the game that I am most known for and I have already made hundreds of videos that are showing fast runs in it, so I really wanted to include it here, even though it doesn't show the lap times in circuit races.
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