Need for Speed No Limits – My Favorite Racing Game

I just started playing this game in my mobile phone this month and I started loving it now. All I can say for this game is 5 star! The game is 841 MB in size and can be played either your an Android or an iOS device. Construct your fantasy ride with a staggering scope of cars and customization. You can win races, up your rep, then kick into more races, more customization, and more cars. Settle on your decisions and never think back.

My Favorite Racing Game

Never withdraw as you race anybody sufficiently insane to go up against you, abandon them gapped, and expand your rep. Burrow, float, drag, and roll your ride to wins with police on your tail, hitting every inch of the guide hard when you achieve the huge end. Smolder elastic in more than 1,000 testing races – and that is only the beginning line. Be famous, own the lanes, and score the world’s best cars. Since one ride is never enough!

I’m also checking Electronic Arts other games likes Real Racing 3, The Sims FreePlay, SimCity BuildIt, Star Wars, FIFA, Plants vs Zombies series and many more. Most of these games are free to play that offers in app purchases. But You can disable in app purchases using your device settings.

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Brittany Outclassed Every Racer on Sunday

Brittany Force showed why she’s no pushover in the National Hot Rod Association championships when she won her very first Top Fuel event. She beat Terry McMillen to claim first-place in the drag racing championships – the Gatornationals.

Her victory came on Sunday where she outclassed every racer on the turf and in good time too.

In the funny car class, Robert Hight gained absolute victories in two races – double victory to John Force Racing. It’s the team’s very first double victory.

While this made for a great story, Brittany Force took center-stage due to the peculiarity of her rise to the top of the NHRA.

Brittany Outclassed Every Racer on Sunday

One of the three racing daughters of 16-time world champion John Force, Brittany came across as being tough on luck having previously gone without a win in her first seven top finals. She only got close, but not close enough to win the coveted trophy.

She however brought the winless streak to a decisive end with some favorable matchups at one of the NHRA’s top event from which she claimed her victory.

Ranked as the No. 5 qualifier, Force beat Morgan Lucas (ranked 12th), Tripp Tatum (13th), Dave Connolly (9th), and McMillen (14th) to claim the top position.

It is worthy to note that this was McMillen’s first ever final in 151 events, while Force can lay a claim to it being her second straight final in 75 events. Brittany Force had earlier lost to Leah Pritchett there weeks before in Phoenix at the very first all-female Top Fuel since 1982, but she was not to be deterred from winning the top prize this time around, and that she did in grand style.

Pritchett on the other hand was knocked out of the first of elimination Sunday.

Congratulations to Brittany Force and the Force Racing team.

Austin Dillon Takes Chequered Flag After Dramatic Last Lap

Austin Dillion won the 300 on Saturday by just seven tenths of a second after a dramatic last lap saw the lead change hands not once or twice but three times.

After leading the race for 133 out of the 150 laps, Busch went into the last lap heading for victory until a burst tyre slowed him down dramatically. As a result, Daniel Suarez took the lead on the backstretch only to run out of fuel. This saw Busch retake the lead as the two crawled towards the finish line. However, it was to be neither of them to won as Austin Dillion came from half a lap down to overtake the leader on the final corner and put an end to Busch’s amazing 3 race winning streak. “I’d rather be lucky than good,” said Dillon who had started the final lap looking likely to settle for a third place finish.

Dillon may have only led in one lap compared to the 133 of Busch but it was the most important lap and it saw him walk away with the full helping of points on offer and a first victory of the season. Dillon felt fortunate after the race after worrying about his fuel but was eventually praised for being fuel-efficient soon after. He also added that he was proud of the team.

Austin Dillon - Winner NASCAR Xfinity Series 300 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California on March 19, 2016.
Austin Dillon – Winner NASCAR Xfinity Series 300 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California on March 19, 2016.

The last lap drama meant that Sam Ard’s four wins from four record is left alone for now and Joe Gibbs Racing didn’t get their third straight 1-2-3, something that looked likely for most of the race before Suarez’ lack of fuel and Erik Jones’ same problem on the penultimate lap which saw him complete the race down in 15th position. Daniel Suarez did manage to finish in fourth place, after Darrell Wallace Jr nipped in to finish third, to retain his spot at the top of the championship standings by 10 points. Elliott Sadler, who is in second in the championship, came home in fifth place.

After the race, Suarez admitted that they knew about the fuel shortage from very early on and that he was fuel-saving with no concern for Jones or Busch; his main and only concern was to finish the race. The drama also continued after the chequered flag as third-placed Darrell Wallace Jr  loss the post-race Laser Inspection Station. No decision has been made yet but a penalty may be awarded by NASCAR before next weekend.