On the Colorado track there is a shortcut through the ravine. A spritzer, and pulling down the control stick down are required. Instead of going around the ravine, go onto a narrow ice bridge, and jump to the other side.
IN ORDER TO GET THE 5TH GRAND PRIX YOU MUST FIND ALL THE STOLEN CAR PARTS HIDDEN IN A LEVEL IN GRAND PRIX MODE IN EVERY GRAND PRIX.
1. INDIANAPOLIS ONCE YOU START OFF YOU GO TO WHERE YOU GO INTO THE TUNNEL. ONCE YOU EXIT YOU MAKE A SHARP LEFT AND I MEAN SHARP AND YOU WILL FIND THE FIRST CAR PART.
2.PHILADELPHIA THIS ONE IS EASY TO FIND OK. YOU START OFF AND GO TO WHERE THE TRACK GOES INTO A BIG SHIP THAT LOOK A LITTLE LIKE AN OCEAN LINER. ANYWAY YOU GO INTO THE SHIP AND TURN RIGHT AND BEHIND SOME BOXES AND YOU WILL FIND THE NEXT CAR PART.
3.CHICAGO THIS ONE ISN'T HARD BUT ITS HARD TO EXPLAIN SO I AM GOING TO MAKE IT SHORT. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS GO TO WHERE THE GROUND SPLITS INTO AN UPPER AND A LOWER SECTION. GO PAST THAT AND GO DOWN THE STEEP DROP AND INSTEAD OF TURNING LEFT GO STRAIGHT AND DOWN THE RAMP. KEEP ON GOING DOWN THE TUNNEL AND YOU SHOULD FIND THE CAR PART.
4.MALIBU THIS ONE YOU MIGHT HAVE A LITTLE TROUBLE BUT I WOULD NOT SAY ITS VERY HARD. OK YOU START OFF AND GO STRAIGHT TO THE CLIFF THAT TOUCHES THE WATER AND YOU WILL FIND THE PASSAGE AND THE LAST CAR PART.
AFTER DOING THIS YOU WILL BE ABLE TO RACE THE FRANTIC FINAL AND TRUST ME ITS HARD. YOU CAN ONLY GET THE PARTS IN GRAND PRIX MODE. IT DOES NOT MATTER IN WHAT ORDER.
(Do this on the second lap to get a shield shell). On the Malibu track, in front of the starting line keep going straight, but do not hit the water. Make a gradual turn. you will go into a narrow canyon between two cliffs. You will depart from the canyon and you will be at the 3rd big corner.
In the Chicago track, after the 8th turn go to the left side of the road. There is a ramp that leads into a purple tunnel with three boosts at the end. You will emerge on the 10th curve by the green slope.
In the Seattle track, in the auto-part section, on the left side of the road, there is a steel bridge with three arrow boosts on top. After hitting the arrow boosts, you will land on a pile of tires, with four weapon barrels on it.
Must use a spritzer... To jump the pit in the road instead of using the detour directing you to the left, go right. Use the spritzer as you hit the beam, hold control stick down, and you will jump the pit.
On the Las Vegas track, just before leaving the city for the desert, build up speed before the left turn. During the left turn, turn wide and hit the sloped edge of the sidewalk on the right side of the road. Have the control stick pulled down and you will jump over the long, flat building. This shortcut will not work in the Amatuer Setting.
In the Grand Canyon track, in the second area with the red and white tires, before you hit the arrow boost, make a sharp turn left and you will go into a jagged tunnel with sharp corners. If you hit a wall in the tunnel the shortcut is no good. Be sure to pick up speed because there is dirt at the end of the shortcut. You will emerge at the canyon
Beat freewayphobia on amateur without a secret character, and get first place on every course (you can also beat intermediate and professional, getting first place on all courses, again without a secret character, to get characters other than Huey. You can get more cheats this way also).
IF you get the Gold in the Professional of Frantic Freeway and you then get all the race tracks but they are Mirrored. In other words where you would turn right on the regular track of Frantic Freeway you turn left instead on the first turn.
When you go to the Brooklyn shortcut, you turn right when you come in front of the brooklyn sign.After you turn into the alley you will see a jump. When you come from the jump, you will see the next tunnel
In Las Vegas, there is a shortcut that leads through a building (instead of around the building) to the hotel. In the second lap, collect a spritzer before you make a left turn, boost into the building in front of the starting line having control stick pulled down.
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