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A Grand Prix (GP) is a special event in Burnout Revenge comprised of at least three different races. Each race takes place in a different location and course.

A GP event's races will typically take place on specific areas that have already been featured within the same rank. Such as the Harmless Rank GP which doesn't feature a race within Eternal City as it is not an individual event within Harmless Rank.

Most GP events are made up of three tracks but a some of the later GP events feature four races. Winning on a track doesn't earn a medal for a player. Instead, their placing determines how many points they get. Finishing first earns a player six points, second gives then five, third gives then four and so on.

The player only wins the GP event if he or she is on top of the leaderboard after the final race. Players only have the option to restart the entire GP instead of the individual races.

Grand Prix 1 Edit

Consists of 3 races. Prize car is the Modified R165 ST:

  • Motor City Short (Forwards 2 Laps)
  • Sunshine Keys (Forwards, 1 lap)
  • Angel Valley (Forwards, 1 lap)

Grand Prix 2 Edit

Consists of 3 races. Prize car is the Custom M-Type ST:

  • White Mountain (Reverse, 1 lap)
  • Eternal City Long (Reverse, 1 lap)
  • Central Route Short (F, 2 laps)

Grand Prix 3 Edit

Consists of 3 racers Prize car is the Limited M-Type ST

Eastern Bay Lower Link (Forwards 2 Laps)

Central Route Long (Forwards 1 Lap)

Lone Peak (Reverse 1 Lap)

Grand Prix 4 Edit

Consists of 3 racers Prize car is the Criterion M-Type ST

Motor City Long (Forwards 2 Laps)

Lone Peak (Reverse 2 Laps)

Eternal City Short (Forwards 3 Laps)

Grand Prix 5 Edit

Consists of 3 racers Prize car is the Modified R185 DX

Eternal City Short (Forwards 3 Laps)

White Mountain (Forwards 2 Laps)

Sunshine Keys (Forwards 2 Laps)

Grand Prix 6 Edit

Consists of 3 racers Prize car is the Works R190 DX

Central Route Short (F 3 Laps)

Eastern Bay Lower Link (Forwards 2 Laps)

White Mountain (Forwards 2 Laps)

Grand Prix 7 Edit

Consists of 4 racers Prize car is the Criterion R195 DX

Lone Peak (Reverse 2)

Motor City Long (Forwards 2 Laps)

Sunshine Keys (Forwards 2 Laps)

Eastern Bay Long (Reverse 2 Laps)

Grand Prix 8 Edit

Consists of 3 racers Prize is the Works R202 DX

Eternal City Long (Forwards 2 Laps)

White Mountain (Reverse 2 Laps)

Motor City Long (Reverse 2 Laps)

Grand Prix 9 Edit

Consists of 3 racers Prize in the Tuned M-Type GT

Eastern Bay Lower Link (Reverse 3 Laps)

Central Route Short (F 3 Laps)

Angel Valley (Forwards 2 Laps)

Grand Prix 10 Edit

Consists of 4 racers prize in the Logitech World Racer

Eastern Bay Upper Link (R 2 Laps)

Central Route Short (Reverse 3 Laps)

Eternal City Short (Forwards 1 Lap)

Motor City Short (Forwards 3 Laps)

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