|Grand Tour Racing 98 / Total Drivin / M6 / Gekisou|
|« Moscow 6 »
|Track Length:||6.3 miles|
|Top AI Contender(s):||Xu, Lumiere, Baptiste, Rossi|
Moscow 6 uses Sports cars in a treacherous snowy setting.
It is raced in the original direction, so cars have to pass through a one-car bottleneck tunnel before encountering the major U-turn. There is a sharp hairpin turn and S-turn at the airplane section. Finally, they make or break at the twin Deadly Ramps before concluding the lap.
Moscow 6 is a snowy race which appears to be more challenging than the previous levels. Sports cars are used on a track where there are more Deadly Ramps and S-turns, let alone the harsher weather. The road is much icier than usual, so it could be difficult for cars to drive with steady control.
The opponent strength favors AI Xu, Lumiere, and Baptiste, who are extremely dominant in the first lap. Rossi takes over the second half of the race. AI Ivanov, whose home track is Moscow, is programmed to be an atrociously slow driver, making him and Ahmed the Underdogs of Moscow 6.
Even with the icy conditions and Twin Deadly Ramps, the race is not too difficult after Lap 1, as players have two entire laps to catch their slowed-down opponents. Like Moscow 5, the presence of Out Zones can allow Rampages to be done. Players may also attempt the Underdog Challenge, where they can help AI Ivanov and Ahmed to finish in higher positions.
Morgen, Full Rampage; Koop
Ivanov; Semi-Rampage; Hyde
Xu; Underdog Ivanov; Hyde
Rossi; Underdog Ivanov; Koop
|Gold||Xu, Baptiste, Lumiere|
Sports cars have their top speeds held at 200 mph. For human players, their cars will lose speed when turning corners.