When you're new to UG2 it can be difficult and extremely challenging. Granted,save games are fun and spares you the hard work of completing a career,but to complete a career on your own is ultra rewarding. Don't think you can't complete a career. You can. You may need a good trainer and that's fine. Trainers have always helped me complete careers. Other than the trainer you're going to need skill,patience,and determination. Now,let me give you some pointers. Don't barrel through corners and curves full speed. Slow in,fast out. Use your breaks to slow your car down when approaching turns and curves or simply let off the accelerator. Soon as you are out of the curve,accelerate to regain speed. Don't use your nitrous all at once. Use it sparingly and only when absolutely needed. In drifts,approaching the curve,at full speed,soon as you get the car slidding sideways,let go of the accelerator and allow the car to glide around the corner on its own. Don't try to force the car to drift. Believe me,it'll slide around the corner without your assistance. Soon as it starts coming out of the drift start driving it again. Repeat this for each curve. For drags...watch for the bar to turn blue,or green,and then shift,but watch out for traffic. Good and perfect shifts are your key to success in drags,but you also need a maxed out car. With anyrace,you need to be focused and in full control of your car. Front wheel drive cars and all wheel drive cars are easiest to control,but in drag you need a rear wheel drive car. And never forget,practice makes perfect,so make full use of the quick races,get to know your car and the tracks,and learn from your mistakes. And if I can be of any other assistance,let me know. I've completed a dozen,or more UG2 careers.