"Race Driver: Grid" Tools

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"Race Driver: Grid," also called Grid, allows PC gamers to race real-world cars such as the Pagani Zonda on real-world racetracks from across the globe. Similar to other PC games, there are codes and mods that expand Grid's potential. You will be able to unlock all cars, including special cars such as the Aston Martin DBR9 Play.com, and race them in more modes than included in the original version of the game.

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Cheat Codes

"Race Driver: Grid" comes with codes for gamers that need better handling and faster cars to help complete the harder stages of the game. To insert the codes, go to "Options," then "Bonus Codes," then "Enter Code." Type in "TUN58396" to unlock all drifting cars. Other unlocking codes include: "MUS59279" for muscle cars; "P47203845" for the Aston Martin DBR9 Play.com; "G29782655" for the special BMW 320si Gamestation; "F93857372" for the Buchbinder Emotional Engineering BMW 320si; and "M38572343" for the PAGANI ZONDA Micromania. Once these cars are unlocked, use them in the various racing modes, including the drifting modes. The drift portions of the game are based on style points. The faster you slide your car sideways without hitting anything, the more points you will receive.

AnyCar AnyTrack Mod

The AnyCar AnyTrack mod allows any car in "Race Driver: Grid" to be used on any track. For example, you will be able to use the non-drifting cars in the drifting modes. Download the mod (see References). Run the install option and this mod will be added to your game.

Demolition Derby Mod

With the Demolition Derby mod, the Demolition Derby mode is expanded to add more cars and tracks to the extremely limited mode in "Race Driver: Grid." Just download and install the mod, and your copy of the game will be modded to include the expanded Demolition Derby mod.

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