Welcome aboard Damage Inc. ship Diesel Joe.
Personnally, I want to race ALL Stunts competitions I know (including those not from this community like HOTU comp). Because I like to race on Stunts, just for pleasure. :wink:
CTG wants to have good team results in USC (his comp) and ZakStunts (most popular, and so most difficult comp), but me I just wanna have fun racing.
If I like the car/track, I race hard. If not, I race less and so achieve lower results... It's a question of personnal motivation.
For a beginning, I do not aggree with CTG : racing less competitions will maybe make you better on this track but it also can make you feel bored after one month racing always the same track...
As a newbie, I choosed to see different tracks, different cars and learn, learn, learn... Each car has its own driving. The more you race, the more you learn. But of course it takes time... :roll:
Also, teamwork is a key to fast and easy learning :
1st, race the track by yourself and search for shortcuts.
Then, watch teammates replays you'll receive, and try to find other improvements.
With all shortcuts idea the team can reach good results.
That's why joining a team is important.
About regularity : it's better racing regularly in competitions, especially on less popular competitions like Stunts LOL (that's how I became champion last year in Stunts LOL) to earn the max of points.
Earning points makes you feel better and drive faster (psychologic effect, just my opinion).
On ZS (ZakStunts) it's different : there are 13 tracks per year but your 2 worst results won't count. That means you can miss 2 races without loosing points. Useful for summer break. :wink:
Well, that's all. Again I spoke too much instead of doing my job. Let's go back to work !