Switzerland 6

Grand Tour Racing 98 / Total Drivin / M6 / Gekisou
« Switzerland 6 »
Barrierless Turn
Class: Rally
Weather: Snow
Laps: 3
Track Length: 6.6 miles
Direction: 1
Top AI Contender(s): Ivanov, Xu, Ahmed
Wikia Article

Switzerland 6 features a snowy race for Rally cars. It is the sixth and final level of Switzerland on a track where there are absent barriers – an open invitation for a Rampage.

It is raced in the initial direction, so there is a shortcut available on the right side of the major U-turn. This allows the player to bypass the long winding road thus gain significant ground – assuming they don’t fall Out when trying to squeeze their way back to the main track.

High speeds and poor handling are major liabilities in this level, as the roads are extremely icy compared to the previous tracks. This level can also be played in Split-Screen mode as Switzerland B.


Starting Positions

1 LM 2 RB 3 XU 4 IV
5 BP 6 AM 7 RS 8 MG


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Switzerland 5

Grand Tour Racing 98 / Total Drivin / M6 / Gekisou
« Switzerland 5 »
Ahmed
Class: Rally
Weather: Snow
Laps: 3
Track Length: 6.6 miles
Direction: 2
Top AI Contender(s): Morgen, Ahmed, Ivanov, Lumiere
Wikia Article

Switzerland 5 uses Rally cars on an identical track to Switzerland 4. It is raced in the opposite direction with more snow on the road.

The long winding road is again used in this level. The track is now somewhat icier, and the AI opponents drive with more dexterity.


Starting Positions

1 LM 2 RB 3 XU 4 IV
5 BP 6 AM 7 RS 8 MG


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Switzerland 4

Grand Tour Racing 98 / Total Drivin / M6 / Gekisou
« Switzerland 4 »
Baptiste & Ivanov
Class: Rally
Weather: Snow
Laps: 3
Track Length: 6.6 miles
Direction: 2
Top AI Contender(s): Rossi, Morgen
Wikia Article

Switzerland 4 is a snowy race that features the newly opened long winding road. It is raced in the opposite direction with Rally cars.

The long winding road is a narrow, 1.2-mile path of zigzags and switchbacks. This level is also available in the modes Split-Screen and Head-To-Head as Switzerland A.


1 LM 2 RB 3 XU 4 IV
5 BP 6 AM 7 RS 8 MG


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Switzerland 3

Grand Tour Racing 98 / Total Drivin / M6 / Gekisou
« Switzerland 3 »
Lumiere
Class: Rally
Weather: Snow
Laps: 3
Track Length: 5.6 miles
Direction: 1
Top AI Contender(s): Roberts, Lumiere
Wikia Article

Switzerland 3 takes place in a snowy setting, but there isn’t much snow on the track itself. Players are challenged to drive at faster speeds.

The snow puddles will cause cars to slow down. The log pile remains the only major roadblock.


Starting Positions

1 LM 2 RB 3 XU 4 IV
5 BP 6 AM 7 RS 8 MG


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Moscow 7

Grand Tour Racing 98 / Total Drivin / M6 / Gekisou
« Moscow 7
Baptiste
Class: Rally
Weather: Sunny
Laps: 3
Track Length: 6.3 miles
Direction: 1
Top AI Contender(s): Rossi, Morgen, Xu
Wikia Article

Moscow 7 is the extra level, obtained via the secret fireball in Moscow 2. It uses Rally cars in a treacherous snowy setting, on an identical track to Moscow 6.

Cars encounter a sharp hairpin turn after the second tunnel, and two Deadly Ramps towards the end of the lap. Like Scotland 4, all AI opponents drive at their own pace throughout all three laps, making no need for a Speed Table. The opponent strength favors Lumiere & Roberts.


Starting Positions

1 LM 2 RB 3 XU 4 IV
5 BP 6 AM 7 RS 8 MG


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Moscow 6

Grand Tour Racing 98 / Total Drivin / M6 / Gekisou
« Moscow 6 »
Ivanov
Class: Sports
Weather: Snow
Laps: 2
Track Length: 6.3 miles
Direction: 1
Top AI Contender(s): Xu, Lumiere, Baptiste, Rossi
Wikia Article

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.


Starting Positions

1 IV 2 XU 3 LM 4 RB
5 AM 6 BP 7 MG 8 RS


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