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Guide and Walkthrough by Forelli_Boy

Version: Zero.B | Updated: 07/19/2007

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Don't you just LOVE it when I do this?

Forelli_Boy Presents:
The (Burnout) Virgin's Guide to Dominating
Version Zero.B

Were you expecting some distracting ASCII art?
Let's just get to the good stuff already! :3

But first, a word from our sponsor, the virtual attorney.

+            +
  Disclaimer
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This guide is INCOMPLETE. Okay? It's not done yet. This guide also only covers
the PS2 version. If it also covers the PSP version too, then I'll check if and
when I get the PSP version, mmkay? So please don't whine. (:

Burnout, Dominator, and all other trademarks in that series are registered to
Electronic Arts as developed by Criterion Games. Any mention of these names and
trademarks are solely for informative and humor purposes.

This guide may not be reproduced IN ANY PORTION OR FORM WHATSOEVER, on any other
website or publication apart from GameFAQs, NeoSeeker and Super Cheats without
the author's EXPRESS WRITTEN PERMISSION. Such permission can only be attained by
contacting the author at the E-mail address mentioned in the E-Mail Policy
Section.

The views, opinions, political incorrectness and self-pity expressed in this
guide are the property of the author and may or may not reflect those of the
reader. I'm doing my part by limiting the profanity, but if you take offense at
any of the above, then I'm afraid you're crap outta luck. That's FREEDOM for ya.
I cannot and WILL NOT take or accept any responsiblity if you are STUPID enough
to try the driving stunts from this game in real life.

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Introduction
------------
Do you love dominating? Do you enjoy parties that involve pinning your friends
to the wall with your rubbing, shunting and slamming before enjoying their
humiliation? Do you then scream in pleasure while your friends squeal in pain?

If so, then you're a sick fetishist freak that needs immediate psychological and
spiritual help and some sunlight to heal those chain and leather chafes.

That is, of course, unless you're talking purely about virtual automotive
domination in Burnout, in which case this game is just for you. The kind people
at EA have gone back to basics with this one. No more launching your car through
a crowded marketplace like a terrorist, this time it's back to the Burnout
essentials.

Namely, rubbing, shunting and slamming your helpless friends into a wall (or
conveniently-placed traffic) and enjoying watching them squeal as they
submit...in a blaze of fire and twisted metal.

If you've gotten through that last paragraph without thinking of BDSM, then God
has the red carpet rolled out and the champagne cooled just for you at the
Pearly Gates. Congratulations! (:

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| Contents |
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To skip down to a desired section, enter the four-letter string corresponding to
the mission/section you want into the "Find" function on your browser, and keep
clicking until the document scrolls down.

I.   VERSION INFORMATION                                        [VEIN]

II.  RACE EXPLANATIONS                                          [RAEX]
       Burnout Challenge                                        [REBC]
       Burning Lap                                              [REBL]
       Near Miss & Drift Challenges                             [RENM]
       Maniac                                                   [REMA]
       Eliminator                                               [RELM]
       Road Rage                                                [RERR]
       Race                                                     [RERA]
       Grand Prix                                               [REGP]
       Dominator Points System                                  [REDP]

III. WORLD TOUR                                                 [WOTO]
       Classic                                                  [WTCL]
       Factory                                                  [WTFA]
       Tuned                                                    [WTTU]
       Hot Rod                                                  [WTHR]
       Super                                                    [WTSU]
       Race Specials                                            [WTRS]
       Dominator                                                [WTDM]

IV.  TRACKS & SHORTCUTS                                         [TRSH]
       United States                                            [TSUS]
       Europe                                                   [TSEU]
       Far East                                                 [TSFE]
       South America                                            [TSSA]

V.   CAR DATA                                                   [CRDT]

VI.  TROPHY CHECKLISTS                                          [TRCH]
     (Coming soon!)

VI.  E-MAIL POLICY                                              [EMAP]

VII. SPECIAL THANKS TO...                                       [SPTT]
       
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| VERSION INFORMATION | [VEIN]
+=====================+
Zero.A - 07 Apr 2007 - The First Version.
Zero.B - 19 Jul 2007 - It's mah birthday.
                       Updated lots of stuff, but not complete yet.
                       Added PSP download tracks.

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+===================+
| Race Explanations | [RAEX]
+===================+

+-------------------+
| Burnout Challenge | [REBC]
+-------------------+
The biggest comeback to the Burnout series is the titular element - the Burnout.
Making a Burnout was easy to do in previous games, you simply had to charge your
meter all the way up and then use it all up in one shot. If you could make a
Burnout your bar was instantly refilled and you could go for another, and so on
until you formed a formidable chain.

The mechanics are altered for Domination but the essentials are the same. You
have to fully charge your Burnout bar by driving like a maniac, i.e. driving on
the opposite lane, very close to traffic and drifting. You can also earn boost
by trying to run your opponents off the road, though you can LOSE boost if they
can hit you.

The boost bar will turn "Supercharged" blue once it's properly filled, after
which you can initiate your burnout. In order to go for a chain, you must
continue to drive like a "Maniac" and fill up the yellow bars behind the flame,
all the way to the end (they'll start blinking if you've done it right), and you
must repeat this for every consecutive Burnout. Also, if you boost while your
bar is not "Supercharged," it will NOT be refilled while driving like a maniac.

For Burnout Challenges, you will earn:
 - 1,000 for a single isolated Burnout.
 - 2,000 for the first in a Burnout Chain,
   which will be incremented by 1,000 for each succeeding chained Burnout.
   Example: 4x Burnout = 2,000 + 3,000 + 4,000 + 5,000 = 14,000

For other points challenges, each completed chained burnout will increase your
bonus multiplier by 1X. Example: 4x Burnout = 5x Bonus Multiplier.

If you crash, your chain will be reset.

+-------------+
| Burning Lap | [REBL]
+-------------+
Every so often you'll unlock "Preview" events which consist of you trying to lap
a course within a certain amount of time in the Dominator Class car you will
unlock in that series. Like in Gran Turismo, you will be awarded medals based on
how fast you complete each lap. Thus, you WILL want to avoid crashes as much as
possible and maximize your boosting opportunities.

But while each Burning Lap's time limit gets even more stringent, the ideal
strategy is NOT to go for an entire boosted and chained Burnout lap. Try to lay
off the boost when entering areas with heavy traffic or tight or blind curves.
If the road is empty (e.g. the coastal drive in Ocean Drive), go for it!

+------------------------------+
| Near Miss & Drift Challenges | [RENM]
+------------------------------+
I've lumped these two challenges together because they're essentially the same.
BOTH involve using only a small portion and no more than a lap around a certain
track trying to score enough points to win a medal. Burnout chains will also
multiply the points you score.

The only difference is which mode of "maniac" driving you'll use to earn points.

For Near Miss challenges, you'll have to drive as close as you can to traffic.
You'll earn 50 points for near-missing "going" traffic and near-missing "coming"
traffic at a low speed or from afar. You'll get 100 points for driving close
to "coming" traffic at high speed.

Drift Challenges involve sweeping sections of a track, and simply involve you
drifting as much as you can to beat the medal scores. You'll get more points
for drifting faster and at a steeper angle. The general rule is approximately
1 point for every 1.5-2 feet drifted, though.

+--------+
| Maniac | [REMA]
+--------+
This is a combination of the Burnout, Near Miss and Drift Challenges into
a single brand-new mode that emphasizes crazy driving. You'll need to be a super
special awesome driver to max out your point totals here, but to be fair, many
of the later races give you TWO laps to try to earn gold, which you'll find out
later may not be enough. Remember, burnout chains are key!

+------------+
| Eliminator | [RELM]
+------------+
The Dominator incarnation of the Eliminator works the same as it does in
Revenge. Instead of each contestant being eliminated after each lap - there are
now 6 competitors and each track can be 2 minutes long! - there's a 30 second
timer that runs out before each elimination. Think of it as a reverse Royal
Rumble. Burnout, takedown, do whatever you like to win, but...

...the basic principle remains the same: DON'T FINISH LAST.

So, in the words of the boys from MXC: "Don't Get Eliminated!"

+-----------+
| Road Rage | [RERR]
+-----------+
This is the game mode that won my little bro media exposure in a local video
gaming magazine. This mode is simple: Takedown as many cars as you can before
you get totalled. There are several kinds of Takedowns:

Wall Takedown - Easy. Send your opponent careening into a wall or divider.
Traffic Takedown - Comes in several sub-varieties depending on what kind of
                   traffic your opponent crashes into.
Takedown - Simply catch your opponent's car unawares. Rarer than it sounds.
Psyche Out! - "Scare" the AI into crashing. Just stay close and hound the guy
              but don't hit him too much. He likes that.
Vertical Takedown - Also known as "Death From Above" and is supposed to use
                    ramps. The best opportunity on a standard track would be
                    the runup to the huge arch at the entrance to the town
                    on the Tuscan Tracks.

+------+
| Race | [RERA]
+------+
Here we go, a plain, normal race to the finish. Sometimes this regular races
have a twist: one car will be marked with a bright yellow marker that reads
"Rival." Take down that Rival enough times to get something nice.

+------------+
| Grand Prix | [REGP]
+------------+
A Grand Prix is a series of regular Races, and the apparent objective is to
earn gold. After each race, you'll get a number of points which will be tallied
up in the final total to determine your medal:

1st - 6
2nd - 4
3rd - 3
4th - 2
5th - 1
6th - 0

Oh, and if you restart, you'll have to start from the BEGINNING of the series.

+-------------------------+
| Dominator Points System | [REDP]
+-------------------------+
After finishing a race, you'll earn Dominator Points based on the achievements
you've earned during the race. Also, you can restart once you "finish" a race
(i.e. the finishing stats screen shows) unless you've earned something major
such as a car or a trophy.

Restarting DURING a race will nullify all achievements since your last finish.

Bronze Medal       25
Silver Medal       50
Gold Medal         75
Note: You'll win DP based on which medal is registered for the race.
      Namely, the number of total points you can accumulate from one event
      will be incremented if you win higher medals, and max out at gold 75.

Unlock a Car       30
Trophy Award       20
Signature Shortcut 50

Trophy Completion:
Rookie/Reckless   100
Maniac/Fearless   200

(Remaining Trophy achievements coming soon.)

At 25% and 75%, you'll unlock "Menu Damage," which is worth zero DP but has an
interesting if not purely cosmetic effect on the game menu screens.

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+============+
| World Tour | [WOTO]
+============+

Players can unlock any of the next set of stages by completing ANY one of the
events in the set before it. For the regular series, Event 13 - the Dominator
Challenge - is still unlocked by winning all four cars in its respective series.

The Classic Series event progression is as follows:

             4   6   8   10
 1 - 2 - 3 -   -   -   -    - 12
             5   7   9   11

For the remaining regular series, the event progression is as follows:

    2   4   6   8   10
1 -   -   -   -   -    - 12
    3   5   7   9   11

The Dominator series has only 10 events:

    2   4   6
1 -   -   -   - 8 - 9 - 10
    3   5   7 

To open up a certain class, players will have to earn the following number of
Dominator points, either through World Tour or Record Breaker events:

Factory      500
Tuner      1,200
Hotrod     2,000
Super      3,000
Race       4,500
Dominator  6,000 + any Dominator-class vehicle.

Event Format
------------
XX##. Event Type - XX for series, ## for event number.
Car: What kind of cars can be used for this event?
Track: Which track (and which direction) will you be racing on?
Score: Bronze/Silver/Gold
       Drift, Near Miss, Burnout Challenges and Maniac are measured in points.
       Road Rages are measured in Takedowns.
       Burning Laps are measured in the qualifying times.
       Races and Eliminators show final finishing positions
Unlocks: What cars can you unlock? (available for certain races only)

+----------------+
| Classic Series | [WTCL]
+----------------+

CL01. Burnout Challenge
-----------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Classic
Track: Glacier Falls Forward
Score: 2,000/4,000/6,000

CL02. Drift Challenge
---------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Classic
Track: Bushido Palace Forward
Score: 2,000/4,000/6,000

CL03. Maniac
------------
Car: American Classic
Track: Glacier Falls Forward
Score: 4,000/6,000/10,000
Unlocks: 10,000 points unlocks the American Classic.

CL04. Race
----------
Car: Burnout Classic
Track: Black Gold Highway
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st
Unlocks: 2x (Chained) Burnout unlocks Burnout Classic.

CL05. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Any Unlocked Classic
Track: Bushido Peak Forward
Score: 3/6/8

CL06. Near Miss Challenge
-------------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Classic
Track: Black Gold Highway
Score: 1,000/2,000/4,000

CL07. Burning Lap
-----------------
Car: Low Rider
Track: Spiritual Towers Forward
Score: 2:30.00/2:10.00/2:00.00

CL08. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Drift Classic
Track: Glacier Falls Reverse
Score: 3/5/8
Unlocks: Drift a total of 3000 feet to unlock the Drift Classic.

CL09. Race
----------
Car: Any Unlocked Classic
Track: Spiritual Towers Forward
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st
Unlocks: Takedown the Rival Euro Classic to unlock it.

CL10. Eliminator
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Classic
Track: Spiritual Towers
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

CL11. Maniac
------------
Car: Any Unlocked Classic
Track: Black Gold Highway Reverse
Score: 10,000/15,000/25,000

CL12. Grand Prix
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Classic
Tracks: Glacier Hill REV, Black Gold Highway FWD, Bushido Peak FWD
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

CL13. "Dominator Challenge" Maniac
----------------------------------
Car: Low Rider
Track: Bushido Peak Reverse
Score: 20,000/30,000/40,000
Unlocks: Win Gold to unlock the Low Rider.

+----------------+
| Factory Series | [WTFA]
+----------------+

FA01. Maniac
------------
Car: Factory Muscle
Track: Spiritual Gate Forward
Score: 8,000/12,000/20,000

FA02. Drift Challenge
---------------------
Car: American Drifter
Track: Glacier Falls Forward
Score: 2,000/3,500/5,000
Unlocks: Drift a total of 3,000 feet to unlock the American Drifter.

FA03. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Any Unlocked Factory
Track: Autobahn Loop Forward
Score: 4/7/9

FA04. Race
----------
Car: Limited ST
Track: Glacier Falls Forward
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st
Unlocks: Near Miss 15 vehicles to unlock the Limited ST.

FA05. Burning Lap
-----------------
Car: Factory GT
Track: Autobahn Loop Forward
Score: 1:30.00/1:20.00/1:15.00

FA06. Burnout Challenge
-----------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Factory
Track: Bushido Valley Forward
Score: 4,000/9,000/12,000

FA07. Race
----------
Car: Any Unlocked Factory
Track: Tuscan Hills Forward
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st
Unlocks: Takedown the Rival J Coupe twice to unlock it.

FA08. Near Miss Challenge
-------------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Factory
Track: Spiritual Towers Forward
Score: 1,000/2,000/4,000

FA09. Eliminator
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Factory
Track: Tuscan View Forward
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

FA10. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Any Unlocked Factory
Track: Black Gold Highway Reverse
Score: 4/6/9

FA11. Maniac
------------
Car: Factory Sports
Track: Black Gold Highway Forward
Score: 20,000/30,000/50,000
Unlocks: 50,000 points unlocks the Factory Sports.

FA12. Grand Prix
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Factory
Tracks: Spiritual Gate FWD, Tuscan Hills REV, Autobahn REV
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

FA13. "Dominator Challenge" Maniac
----------------------------------
Car: Factory GT
Track: Glacier Falls Reverse
Score: 10,000/20,000/30,000
Unlocks: Win Gold to unlock the Factory GT.

+--------------+
| Tuner Series | [WTTU]
+--------------+

TU01. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Tuned Sports
Track: Steeltown Works Forward
Score: 4/7/10

TU02. Maniac
------------
Car: Any Unlocked Tuner
Track: Steeltown Works Reverse
Score: 20,000/30,000/50,000

TU03. Race
----------
Car: Tuned Drifter
Track: Bushido Valley Forward
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st
Unlocks: Drift a total of 9,000 feet to unlock the Tuned Drifter.

TU04. Burning Lap
-----------------
Car: Super Coupe
Track: Ocean Drive Forward
Score: 2:30.00/2:10.00/2:00.00

TU05. Burnout Challenge
-----------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Tuner
Track: Steeltown Works Forward
Score: 1,000/2,500/4,000

TU06. Near Miss Challenge
-------------------------
Car: Custom Coupe Ultimate
Track: Autobahn Forward
Score: 1,000/2,500/4,000
Unlocks: 2x Burnout unlocks the Custom Coupe Ultimate.

TU07. Maniac
------------
Car: Works M-Type
Track: Autobahn Reverse
Score: 8,000/20,000/50,000
Unlocks: 50,000 points unlocks the Works M-Type.

TU08. Drift Challenge
---------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Tuner
Track: Ocean Drive Forward
Score: 2,500/5,000/10,000

TU09. Eliminator
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Tuner
Track: Autobahn Loop Forward
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

TU10. Race
----------
Car: Any Unlocked Tuner.
Track: Steeltown Works Reverse
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st
Unlocks: Takedown the rival Tuned Muscle 3 times to unlock it.

TU11. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Any Unlocked Tuner
Track: Tuscan Hills Forward
Score: 5/8/10

TU12. Grand Prix
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Tuner
Tracks: Black Gold Highway FWD, Ocean Drive FWD, Steeltown Works REV
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

TU13. "Dominator Challenge" Maniac
----------------------------------
Car: Super Coupe
Track: Ocean Drive Forward
Score: 20,000/40,000/80,000
Unlocks: Win Gold to unlock the Super Coupe.

+----------------+
| Hot Rod Series | [WTHR]
+----------------+

HR01. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Any Unlocked Hot Rod
Track: Spiritual Gate Forward
Score: 5/8/11

HR02. Burning Lap
-----------------
Car: Charger
Track: Tuscan View Reverse
Score: 1:30.00/1:20.00/1:15.00

HR03. Maniac
------------
Car: Assassin
Track: Ocean Drive Forward
Score: 60,000/90,000/150,000
Unlocks: 150,000 points unlocks the Assassin.

HR04. Near Miss Challenge
-------------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Hot Rod
Track: Black Gold Highway Reverse
Score: 1,000/2,000/3,000

HR05. Race
----------
Car: Street Dodger
Track: Autobahn Loop Reverse
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st
Unlocks: Near Miss 15 vehicles to unlock the Street Dodger.

HR06. Maniac
------------
Car: Custom Hot Rod
Track: Steeltown Works Reverse
Score: 25,000/45,000/65,000
Unlocks: Drift a total of 9,000 feet to unlock the Custom Hot Rod.

HR07. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Any Unlocked Hot Rod
Track: Ocean Drive Reverse
Score: 5/9/11

HR08. Drift Challenge
---------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Hot Rod
Track: Glacier Falls Reverse
Score: 3,000/6,000/9,000

HR09. Eliminator
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Hot Rod
Track: Tuscan Hills Reverse
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

HR10. Race
----------
Car: Any Unlocked Hot Rod
Track: Black Gold Highway Reverse
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

HR11. Burnout Challenge
-----------------------
Car: Street Rod
Track: Tuscan View Forward
Score: 5,000/8,000/15,000
Unlocks: 4x Burnout unlocks the Street Rod.

HR12. Grand Prix
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Hot Rod
Tracks: Autobahn Loop REV, Spiritual Gate REV, Tuscan View FWD
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

HR13. "Dominator Challenge" Maniac
----------------------------------
Car: Charger
Track: Autobahn Forward
Score: 20,000/30,000/50,000
Unlocks: Win Gold to unlock the Charger.

+--------------+
| Super Series | [WTSU]
+--------------+

SU01. Race
----------
Car: Any Unlocked Super
Track: Ocean Drive Forward
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

SU02. Maniac
------------
Car: Euro Super
Track: Bushido Valley Reverse
Score: 40,000/60,000/10,000
Unlocks: 100,000 points unlocks the Euro Super.

SU03. Road Rage
---------------
Car: American Super
Track: Tuscan Hills Forward
Score: 5/9/12
Unlocks: Drift a total of 9,000 feet to unlock the American Super.

SU04. Burnout
-------------
Car: Any Unlocked Super
Track: Black Gold Highway Reverse
Score: 10,000/20,000/35,000

SU05. Burning Lap
-----------------
Car: Super Prototype
Track: Steeltown Works Forward
Score: 2:00.00/1:45.00/1:35.00

SU06. Race
----------
Car: Any Unlocked Super
Track: Bushido Peak Forward
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st
Unlocks: Takedown the rival Super Muscle 3 times to unlock it.

SU07. Drift Challenge
---------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Super
Track: Ocean Drive Reverse
Score: 3,000/6,000/12,000

SU08. Near Miss Challenge
-------------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Super
Track: Steeltown Works Forward
Score: 2,000/3,000/4,000

SU09. Eliminator
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Super
Track: Glacier Falls Forward
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

SU10. Maniac
------------
Car: Works GT
Track: Tuscan Hills Forward
Score: 30,000/60,000/120,000
Unlocks: 3x Burnout unlocks the Works GT.

SU11. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Any Unlocked Super
Track: Autobahn Reverse
Score: 6/10/12

SU12. Grand Prix
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Super
Tracks: Steeltown Works FWD, Glacier Falls FWD, Bushido Valley FWD
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

SU13. "Dominator Challenge" Maniac
----------------------------------
Car: Super Prototype
Track: Steeltown Works Forward
Score: 60,000/90,000/150,000

+---------------------+
| Race Special Series | [WTRS]
+---------------------+

RS01. Race
----------
Car: Any Unlocked Race Special
Track: Spiritual Gate Reverse
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

RS02. Maniac
------------
Car: Oval Racer
Track: Ocean Drive Reverse
Score: 50,000/100,000/200,000

RS03. Burning Lap
-----------------
Car: GT Racer
Track: Bushido Peak Reverse
Score: 2:00.00/1:45.00/1:35.00

RS04. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Any Unlocked Race Special
Track: Black Gold Highway Reverse
Score: 6/10/13

RS05. Race
----------
Car: Any Unlocked Race Special
Track: Steeltown Works Reverse
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st
Unlocks: Takedown the rival US Circuit Racer 3 times to unlock it.

RS06. Burnout Challenge
-----------------------
Car: World Circuit Racer
Track: Spiritual Towers Reverse
Score: 10,000/20,000/35,000
Unlocks: 3x Burnout unlocks the World Circuit Racer.

RS07. Road Rage
---------------
Car: Any Unlocked Race Special
Track: Tuscan View Forward
Score: 6/11/13

RS08. Near Miss Challenge
-------------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Race Special
Track: Spiritual Towers Reverse
Score: 3,000/4,000/5,000

RS09. Eliminator
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Race Special
Track: Tuscan Hills Reverse
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

RS10. Maniac
------------
Car: Euro Classic LM
Track: Black Gold Highway Forward
Score: 55,000/85,000/140,000

RS11. Drift Challenge
---------------------
Car: Any Unlocked Race Special
Track: Bushido Valley Reverse
Score: 4,000/8,000/10,000

RS12. Grand Prix
----------------
Car: Any Unlocked Race Special
Tracks: Autobahn Loop FWD, Steeltown Works FWD, Bushido Valley REV
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

RS13. Dominator Challenge
-------------------------
Car: GT Racer
Track: Glacier Falls Forward
Score: 60,000/125,000/250,000

+------------------+
| Dominator Series | [WTDM]
+------------------+
You can select any Dominator car you've unlocked for all of these races.

DM01. Maniac
------------
Track: Bushido Peak Forward
Score: 50,000/75,000/125,000

DM02. Race
----------
Track: Autobahn Reverse
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

DM03. Road Rage
---------------
Track: Ocean Drive Reverse
Score: 6/11/14

DM04. Burnout Challenge
-----------------------
Track: Glacier Falls Reverse
Score: 5,000/10,000/15,000

DM05. Maniac
------------
Track: Steeltown Works Forward
Score: 50,000/75,000/125,000

DM06. Road Rage
---------------
Track: Tuscan Valley Reverse
Score: 6/12/15

DM07. Race
----------
Track: Black Gold Highway Forward
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

DM08. Eliminator
----------------
Track: Steeltown Works Reverse
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

DM09. Grand Prix
----------------
Tracks: Ocean Drive REV, Bushido Peak FWD, Spiritual Gate REV
Score: 3rd/2nd/1st

DM10. "Total" Maniac
--------------------
Track: Ocean Drive Forward
Score: 250,000/500,000/1,000,000

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+====================+
| Tracks & Shortcuts | [TRSH]
+====================+
Signature Shortcuts and Track Details coming soon!
PSP-exclusive download tracks/instructions can be found at:
http://www.burnout.ea.com/extra/?id=5855

+---------------+
| United States | [TSUS]
+---------------+
Glacier Falls
Black Gold Highway
Steeltown Works
Ocean Drive

+--------+
| Europe | [TSEU]
+--------+
Tuscan Hills/View
Autobahn/Autobahn Loop
Redgate (PSP Download)

+----------+
| Far East | [TSFE]
+----------+
Far East stages involve a reversed flow of traffic.

Bushido Peak/Valley
Spiritual Towers/Gate

+---------------+
| South America | [TSSA]
+---------------+
Carnival City (PSP Download)

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| Car Data | [CRDT]
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Most cars listed with their approximate real-life equivalents.
Special thanks to Paul Nickerson for helping out with the names.
More details coming soon!

Classic Series
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Classic Muscle - Ford Mustang Classic (Your starter car)
American Classic - Chevrolet Stingray Corvette
Burnout Classic - Plymouth Superbird
Drift Classic - Jaguar Mark 2/Aston Martin DB5
Euro Classic - '62 Chrysler 300G

Factory Series
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Factory Muscle - 2003+ Ford Mustang
Limited ST - Audi R8 Road Car
J Coupe - Nissan Skyline/Toyota Supra
American Drifter - Dodge Challenger/Chevrolet Camaro Concept
Factory Sport - 2001 Dodge Hemi Concept/Chrysler Crossfire

Tuner Series
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Tuned Sports - "Tuned" Factory Sport
Tuned Drifter - "Tuned" American Drifter
Custom Coupe Ultimate - Burnout 2/3 Custom Coupe
Works M-Type - Burnout Revenge Works M-Type
Tuned Muscle - "Tuned" Classic Muscle

Hotrod Series
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Blue Lightning - '49 Mercury
Assassin
Street Dodger - Ford Coupe
Custom Hot Rod
Street Rod

Super Series
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Royal X3 - Lamborghini Miura/1968 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale
Euro Super - Ferrari Enzo/FXX
American Super - Ford GT
Super Muscle - Dodge Viper
Works GT - Pagani Zonda

Race Specials Series
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Euro Circuit Racer - Porsche 917, Burnout 3
Oval Racer - Burnout Revenge Oval Racer
US Circuit Racer
World Circuit Racer
Euro Classic LM - Ford GT40

Dominator Class
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Low Rider (Classic) - Dodge Charger
Factory GT - Burnout Revenge Factory GT
Super Coupe - DeTomaso Pantera/BMW M1
Charger - Studebaker Hot Rod
Super Prototype - Bugatti Veyron 16.4
GT Racer - Panoz Esperante GTR-1

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| E-MAIL POLICY | [EMAP]
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E-mail me if...AND ONLY IF...

- You have tips and strategies for races et al. ALREADY INCLUDED IN THE
  CURRENT VERSION OF THE GUIDE. I cannot stress this enough.
- I typoed or made errors in grammar. And don't insult my intelligence about it,
  these things happen when you're currently living in a country with a severe
  national brain drain AND you've spent an assload of man-hours on a guide this
  detailed.
- You have a sensible suggestion as to how to improve/add on to the guide.
- You want to publish, link to or copy this FAQ to a CREDIBLE
  publication or website.

DO NOT E-MAIL ME WITH THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
- Q: How do I unlock the ___________?
  A: It says what you unlock in the World Tour Section.
     Data will also be added to the Cars section later on.

- Q: How do I open event #XX?
  A: Check the Event Progression Bars at the top of the World Tour section.

- Q: How do I Burnout?
  A: See the Burnout section.

- Q: Where's Crash Mode!?
  A: There isn't any. Now shut up. n.=.n


Flames and anything of THAT sort (ESPECIALLY regarding the connotations of
"dominating" among others), even as much as insults planted in otherwise
credible solutions will result in you being BLOCKED. The latter instance will be
the ONLY time I may add your info WITHOUT crediting you. If you ask one of the
questions above, I'll delete it without replying but I won't block you the first
time.

And as a new policy, PLEASE say in the SUBJECT TITLE which part of the game
you're asking for help/making suggestions for. It'll make dealing with these
messages - and coming back for them in case of reference - a lot easier.

Examples:  "Burnout Dominator - Classic Events"
           "Dominator Trophy Question"
          ...and so on.

Djen kuje.

That all being said...

forelli_boy@myway.com

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| Special Thanks To... | [SPTT]
+======================+
Me, for bothering to use up all my spare time to gather the data for the guide.
My bros Vince and Matt, for being such devoted Burnout fans.
My PS2, for bearing through the entire process.
All the sites who have hosted my guides.
Criterion Games, because even though Dominator doesn't have Crash, the return
                 of the Burnout mode means I won't miss it.
Everyone who's gotten informed from my guides. Thank you so much.

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| BONUS: No Thanks To... |
+========================+
The people who think I could be out there improving the world instead of
           wasting fossil fuels by writing this guide. We should've crushed you
           greenies and pinkos years ago!
Electronic Arts, for subjecting exotic cars to the ricing process in
                 Need For Speed: Most Wanted and Carbon.
Avril Lavigne, because she's Avril Lavigne, dammit.

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  Heh heh heh. Dominator.
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This Guide © 2007 Francis Santos-Viola.
http://forelli_boy.1up.com/

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