F1 2010 achievements

F1 2010

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There are 50 F1 2010 achievements worth 2,378 (1,000)

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Crushing victory in F1 2010

Crushing victory41 (20)

Outclass your team mate at each race, over one season

  • Unlocked by 5,948 tracked gamers (23% - TA Ratio = 2.06) 25,362  

Achievement Guide for Crushing victory

Ben Reynolds
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Ben Reynolds
Achievement won on 05 Jun 11
TA Score for this game: 864
Posted on 05 June 11 at 18:35
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This will typically be easier in your first season, with amateur opponent AI and any assists that you feel comfortable with enabled.

Outclassing your team mate at each race simply means finish ahead of them at the end of the race. It does not mean you need to take more points than them (e.g. you finish 16th and they finish 17th - you don't need to get a championship point by finishing at least 10th).

Also it is only the race you need to beat them in. You do not need to consistently beat them at practice or qualifying (although starting ahead of them will typically help of course!)

If you are part way through a season, when in the garage if you look at your team mate and select them, there is a statistic in there saying how many times you have outraced each other. I *believe* this updates each season - but as I have not stayed with a team for more than one season I cannot confirm this, any comment here would be appreciated. Needless to say, if they have outraced you even once in the season, you will have to start the season over / wait until the next season for the achievement.

The achievement unlocks when you complete the final race, at the same time as "Seasoned", "Limelight" and "Impress the Boss" if the criteria for these are also met.
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