You may have noticed that the series we were doing were all made up of single events. However, we will now be moving onto some ‘championship’ series. Fortunately with these series, you don’t always need to complete every event. With occasional delayed unlocking of achievements in this game, it can be difficult sometimes to determine how many events you need to complete until you have won the series. Some have speculated that you only need to meet the series goal, yet others have speculated that you need to score enough points to mathematically be uncatchable in the championship standings. In my experience, I have always had to meet the series goal as a basic requirement, but have sometimes been required to complete more races after meeting this target. Usually, I have had to win half of the available races in a series, but I’ll let you know exactly how many races I completed.
You can determine whether you have completed a series or not by viewing any of the locked series and seeing if you are still to meet the requirements. For example, the Hypercars series requires T1 and T3 to be completed. I completed the T1 and unlocked the corresponding achievement for completing a Trofeo series, and then checked after completing a T3 event if the Hypercars series was unlocked, and just kept completing events until it was. Anyway, let’s continue with this career mode.
Starting with T1 - The Lotus Lightweight Trofeo, I only had to win 2 events here to meet the series goal of 15 points. After winning the first two events, this series should be completed, awarding you:
Now move onto T2, the Ferrari 458 Trofeo. In this series, the series goal is 15 points, however I completed it after achieving 30 points by winning the races at Monza, Mugello and Silverstone. After winning 3 of the 6 events you can move onto T3, the Formula Abarth Trofeo.
In this series, the series goal is 40 points, but you now get 25 points for a win, rather than the previous 10 points. Despite this, I had to score 100 points by winning 4 of the 8 available races around Magione, Vallelunga, Mugello and Nurburgring GP before this was complete.
Now move onto T4, the Ferrari 599XX Evo Trofeo. Here, the series goal was 36 points, and after winning 4 races around Magione, Vallelunga, Mugello and Nurburgring GP and achieving 40 points, you should unlock:
We now move onto the Advanced Trofeo Series, which are very similar to the normal Trofeo Series. We start with AT1 - Ferrari 458 Trofeo Advanced. The series goal for this was 30 points, and winning the 3 races around Monza, Mugello and Silverstone GP should have you unlock:
Now we move onto AT2 - Formula Abarth Trofeo. Notably, this series is the first series in which you encounter the ‘race weekend’ event type. Previously we will have only been completing Quick Races and Time Attacks. The only difference here between this and a quick race is that there will be practice and qualifying sessions. In order to save time, I strongly advise you to skip both practice and qualifying. This will start you at the back of the grid, but with the AI being set to very easy, you should have no problem overtaking the entire field before even completing the first lap. The series goal here is 60 points and winning 3 races, scoring 25 points for each win, should be enough for you to meet the series goal and complete this series.
Now we move onto AT3 - Ferrari 599XX Evo Advanced Trofeo. The series goal for this is 45 points, and we are back to scoring 10 points for a win. Of course, this will mean winning 5 races which should be enough to complete this series and will award you:
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