I want to take this opportunity to ask for the community’s help. I would like to know what OP cars you favor in each class/division. Although I could easily find out back in Forza 4 it’s not that intuitive enough for me to figure out in Forza 7 without racing the track 1st then taking a peep at the leader boards after a race. If there is a way to do so at Main Menu please advise? I kindly thank you in advance for that assistance.
The reason for this request:
Well, I like to get more involved in online play. But I, assuming others as well, would like to know what cars offer the most fun & best overall competitive edge out there. I am having a tough time getting the online aspect as I am use to getting my car 1st then finding a track suited. However, for me at least, I see online lobbies as getting the track 1st then finding the car. Which throws me off if I want to drive a certain kind of car. I guess I’m still old school with thought of A B C R Class instead of Divisions. I’m still having a bit difficulty transitioning I guess.
A thought on why I might have the problem with online Lobbies:
I guess that the way Single Player is presented to me I also grown accustom to. You pick a car then you get the tracks appropriated for racing (which is any of them btw). I only wish that way of playing transitioned into Online as well. Making it more seamless and intuitive.
IE: You want to play using the Porsche GT2 RS. Forza 7: Here let me find your Online Lobbies that are racing today in that division for you.
Looking to know what OP Cars you go to most:
Ha, gotta laugh at myself. Perhaps it already does and I just 'don’t fully understand" how the online lobbing system works. In any case, I still like to know what cars in each class/division are popular so I can tune them up and play competitively
The hope is to have all the cars I want to race in, OP favorites, unlocked, tuned and ready to go so that when I do join a lobby I don’t have to fumble around trying to find a car to race without renting it. Or a car that I’ve not tuned yet for example.
Thanks for taking the time to read this.