World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing - Gold Edition Guides sur Xbox One (X1)
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The National SeasonGuides
The National season has 40 events throughout its duration. This might be daunting if it's your first time playing but you get used to it. You can also run shorter licensed-only seasons or you can take on all the tracks in the game.
You will most likely unlock the National Season while you are still busy with your local or regional seasons. It would be a good idea for you to prioritize saving so that you can upgrade your vehicle when you get to the national level.
When you start World of Outlaws you will have two choices to kick off your career. You can choose between two types of vehicles depending on what racing series you want to join. You will also have to select a team owner, a driver, a team manager, and a principal.
The cars you can choose from are either your Street stock or the 305 Sprint Car. The 305 Sprint car is a winged open wheel with a single seat. It is perfect for racing the oval dirt tracks. The Street Stock vehicle looks more like an old fashion coupe with fenders over the wheels.
If you choose the street stock you are likely to have a more physical game with cars crashing into one another. If you choose the sprint car you will be looking at more powerful cars that help you progress further in the game.
The series you choose to race in and the car you choose is completely up to you. Once you have done that you are going to hire drivers to help your progress. Hiring a driver might seem like a bad move as they generally get a cut of their earnings.
The benefits come in when you receive the points for races, sponsorship goals and a bonus is you don't actually have to race yourself.