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      07-26-2018 10:23 AM #176
      I am still on forza 5

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      09-05-2018 10:22 AM #177
      So, I think I already know the answer to this, but in Forza 7 is there no way to add upgrades to a car in order to keep it competitive through various classes? For example, if I have a class D car and complete a class D championship, but I then want to enter into a class A championship, in past versions I could upgrade my car to class A. But, in F7 it looks like that is not possible to do due to the restrictions on everything.

      If true that's a real shame, one of the most fun aspects of the earlier versions was upgrading a car to keep it competitive.

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      10-03-2018 10:11 AM #178
      Past few free cars have been awesome. I also love that they've been adding tire lettering to the past few racecars, I presume it's just due to the Goodyear license as all the cars with the lettering have either Goodyears or Dunlops on them.

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      05-09-2019 09:37 AM #179
      Would anyone be interested in doing a hot-lap challenge for this?
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