Texas World Speedway
Grip: GP Circuit A
Taking into account the long runway you'll need a really fast car (maybe Evo?) You should know the track already, but remember that the turns in the middle of the course can be beaten without losing too much momentum, but you'll have to slow down before entering the U-turn. Push your car to it's limit on the runway.
Grip Class: Oval Track
Track's quite simple, but your opponents should probe a challenge. It all comes down to horsepower here, so speed up and maintain your speed all throughout the race. Burn nitrous when leaving the bends.
Sector Shootout: GP Circuit B
Track's nearly the same as the one from the Grip, so there's nothing much to add. You have to get the best score possible in the first lap, and remember that winning four sectors in a single lap grants you extra 500 points.
Time Attack: Short Circuit B
You'll need a really fast car here. <br>You already know the track, so remember about the turn sequence in the middle of the course.
1/4 Mile Drag: 1/4 Mile Drag Strip
You'll only need to get below 8 seconds to win this one.
Two Wheel Stand: 1/4 Mile Strip
Remember the basic rules: you need a car with very much power under the hood, you need to warm up the tires and have to start and switch gears perfectly. If you keep to those principles, you should be able to get through the whole track on two wheels.
Drift: Drift Track D
Speed up and start drifting on the first turn then get through the U with maximum speed and drift. You can also try to manoeuvre a bit on the straight parts of the course.