Need for Speed: ProStreet Discussion
Hint: he advertises it on his car.
Touge Union, but close enough. 1 mark for that.
Questions 6, 7, 9 and 10 go to LoopDaLoop! Question 8 goes to The_Cheatmaster!
11 - Name one Audi rear-wheel-drive car. (3)
12 - Explain roughly why 4-wheel-drives cannot or are not allowed to drift in the game. (4)
13 - Name the series of events to partake in if you want to take down the Grip King. (2)
14 - Where is the location of the second Showdown? (2)
15 - Name 3 Collector's Edition cars. (6)
12 - A FWD car cannot drift due to the fact that the rear tires do not receive any power to cause them to spin.Therefore the car cannot drift.
In the drifting process, the front wheels are usually just for steering and staying on track, but on a FWD/AWD, the front wheels provide the force to pull the car forward.While "drifting" in a FWD,the rear wheels would stop moving,but could possibly be moving due to the car's motion.The front wheels, however, would still have power because there is no way to make them lose traction when the car is being propelled forward, unless accelerated quickly.But if the front wheels are receiving too much power and they're spinning out of control, the car loses control because there's nothing to help it steer.
That's why it's harder to drift in an all-wheel drive/four-wheel drive car.In AWD, the front wheels are still moving and the rear wheels lose traction.The front wheels should just provide steering, but in an AWD, they are providing power.
The FWD cannot drift,they can slide,which isnt the same.That why they cannot be used for drifting.
AWD/FWD = All Wheel Drive/Four Wheel Drive
13 - G Effect
14 - Autopolis,Japan
15 - Lexus IS350, Acura NSX, Honda Civic SI
Chingy,you wanted roughly explanation,and this is the roughest I can give.
[Edited by The_CheatMaster, 1/9/2008 1:02:51 AM]
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