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There are a maximum of 62 Forza Motorsport 7 achievements worth 3,328 (1,000), and 11 challenges

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Breakout Champion in Forza Motorsport 7

Breakout Champion14 (10)

Complete the Breakout Championship

  • Unlocked by 13,723 tracked gamers (55% - TA Ratio = 1.35) 25,146  

Achievement Guide for Breakout Champion

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DentingBoot
378,379 (239,935)
DentingBoot
Achievement won on 29 Sep 17
TA Score for this game: 1,065
Posted on 29 September 17 at 15:40
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Simply earn 5,000 sp from races/series in the breakout championship. Will take approx 3 series and 3 showcases. I'd recommend doing an extra series instead of the endurance showcase.
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HolyHalfDead
358,227 (174,875)
HolyHalfDead
Achievement won on 01 Dec 17
TA Score for this game: 2,168
Posted on 11 December 17 at 20:50, Edited on 11 December 17 at 21:00
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To unlock the Breakout Championship you must first complete the Seeker Championship - Solution for Seeker Champion in Forza Motorsport 7.

The Breakout Championship is the second of six Championships, and is made up of 8 Series worth up to 1,500 points each, and 3 Showcases worth 300 points each. You need 5,000 points to complete the Breakout Championship and get this achievement.

The amount of points you get for finishing a Series is based on your finishing position in each race. The Assists you use make no difference to the Series points, driver experience or credits earned. The Drivatar difficulty does effect the credits earned. The quickest way to get 5,000 points is by winning every race in 3 Series, and completing 2 Showcases. If you pick the Spa-Francorchamps 100 showcase, be sure to change Race Length to Extra Long to get:
Forza Motorsport 7Survival of the FastestThe Survival of the Fastest achievement in Forza Motorsport 7 worth 160 pointsComplete the Spa-Francorchamps 100 showcase event with Extra Long Race Length enabled.

You will need a vehicle from the correct Division to take part in each Series. These are the Divisions for the Breakout Championship:
- Sport Compact
- Modern SUV
- Forza Touring Cars
- Mercedes-Benz Racing Truck Spec
- Formula E
- Rally Heroes
- Vintage Sport GT
- Breakout Open (any Division)

The vehicle required for a Showcase is provided, and then is added to your car collection upon successful completion of the Showcase. These are the vehicles you can earn:
- 2014 Porsche 918 Spyder - Hypercar
- 1967 Brabham BT24 - Open Wheel Legends
- 2014 Corvette #3 Racing Corvette C7.R - Forza GT

Since there is an achievement for collecting 700 cars, the more credits (CR) you can earn in each race the better. You can earn more credits by:
Buying Forza Motorsport 7 VIP for $20 => +100% CR every race
Using in-game credits to buy Mod packs and using up to 3 Mods => up to +100% CR per mod
Using a Forza Edition car => up to +100% CR depending on car and track
Changing the Drivatar difficulty => you get +40% CR for Highly Skilled and it is still fairly easy to win each race

So pick a Forza Edition car if you have one for that Division. For the "Breakout Open" you can use your best Forza Edition car.
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