Over the course of the last five years, Racing Rivals has grown into one of the most hardcore racing games in the world. This loyal community has spent countless hours competing in millions of races in “winner take all” fashion – all in the name of Turf Wars and pink slips.

However, all good things must come to an end… After spending time evaluating Rivals and its future – we’ve decided that it’s time to move on. Simply put, the revenue generated from Racing Rivals unfortunately no longer covers the cost of operations. This was not an easy decision to make.

On March 31st, 2019 – Rivals will be racing off into the sunset, and will be permanently shut down. Current players have until this date to utilize any accumulated virtual currency. We’ll be offering some massive reductions in the cost of crates, installs and repairs in addition to a reduction on timers as you race your way into the history books. Effective immediately, no new in-app purchases will be permitted.

In closing, a resounding and sincere THANK YOU to our extremely driven fans for your loyalty and dedication over the years – we hope you’ve enjoyed playing Racing Rivals as much as we’ve enjoyed creating it.

Ferarri 458 glitch?

ExtraSourExtraSour Registered Users 1 Posts
So im trying to do todays driver challenge with the ferrari. I will get a perfect launch and all perfect shifts but the other person will finish 2 whole seconds faster. Whats going on?


  • Roush SportRoush Sport Registered Users, Moderators 1,485 Posts
    The "perfect shift" is a bit misleading. Not all cars are fastest when "perfect shifting". Some cars benefit if you shift early, some are better if you shift way past perfect, which is also called late shifting.

    You can reference the dyno graph for shift points, although that's not 100% accurate. However, to see the graph, you have to have the car in your garage. (You go into the upgrade menu, select a part, and the dyno graph comes up). If you know how to read the dyno graph, then you'll be able to spot what should be the optimal shift point. If you don't know how to read the graph, let me know and I'll do my best to explain it.

    Hope this helps!
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