MULTI RACING CHAMPIONSHIP



Bonus Cars
When all of the courses have been won in Match Race, the first of the
two hidden cars appears. If the player defeats this first new racer, he
or she can then race in this car against the second and final
challenger. If the player beats the second challenger, the player can
then race in that second car, and will have defeated the Match Race
Mode.

This car is very sweet, and the next is even better -- if you can get to
it


Ghost Car
Players can race against a ghost car in the Time Trial mode once they
have established the standard in lap times.

Ghost cars are now the standard in almost every race game on N64 thanks
to Mario Kart 64


Match Race
To open up Match Race Mode, you must achieve first place in all of the
difficulty levels in Championship Mode.

This is one of the best ways to enjoy a single car that works well for
you


Mirror Course
After beating both secret racers in all three
difficulty levels of Match Race, you'll open up the Mirror Course.

These are what are considered the extra courses


Tips and Short-Cuts

Tip 1: For a super-fast start, wait until the count down timer reaches
"1," then jam on the gas. This takes some practice.
Tip 2: To use the two hidden shortcuts seen in the game's intro, select
the "downtown" (hard) track. At about the 3/4 mark on the track after
passing the windmills and after some uphill zig-zags you will come to a
wide turn near a waterfall. Near the right edge of the track you will
see a tree next to a "one way" sign. Head for the tree and there will be
a gap in the fence and a dirt road that goes straight through the
waterfall into a tunnel filled with water.

Tip 3: Right past the location of the first hidden short cut is a
tunnel. Right after the red and white sharp turn and road fork signs
there is a tunnel with a grass and dirt road. Both shortcuts end up on
the road not too far from the starting line.


SUPER FAST START:
For a super-fast start, wait until the count down timer reaches
"1," then jam on the gas. This takes some practice.

                   

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