This is a teaching video to show you where you can jump your car in Real Racing 3. I start with the basic jumps and move on to the big ones. The trickiest part is capturing pictures of the action!! The popular Nurburgring jump can be seen at 2:40. It's the easiest one to take that looks decent. The biggest jump is at Laguna Seca and can be seen at 6:05. There are more jump spots, but Laguna Seca is the biggest! For some big craziness there, check this out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cg3FKSgFEgM
My driver settings here are Tilt B, no assists, sensitivity 3
A YouTuber texted me in Spanish asking me for a Spanish commentary. I only speak English so I couldn't do that. However I decided to put down some basic explanations and run it through a Google translator for him. I thought I'd add the English version here, as I didn't put some of this in the video. Here it is:
(1) The best cars for jumping have good speed and good grip or traction. (2) You need to have all assists off. "Brakes" and "Traction" will slow you down as you head to the jump. "Steering" may affect your race line heading to the jump. (3) You have to capture the action when it happens. That means you have to have a finger ready on the pause button as you are jumping. You will find when you use the replay feature, that your jumps won't exist. Your car will be almost entirely on the ground. Resume and pause quickly to get your car to move just a tiny bit each time so you can try to get the best picture. Change the camera angles to get more dramatic pictures. If you touch your screen with two fingers you can slide the whole perspective up, down and sideways. This can make it look like you're taking the picture from the ground compared to a standing position. Well I think that should cover it. I hope you become airborne very soon. Happy racing!