Racing Rivals isn’t exactly the easiest game to play. Many like to argue that playing it is much like playing at a casino. Sometimes you’ll win very big, other times you’ll lose tremendously. It’s really up to you how you perceive Racing Rivals and what you do in-game. Before I explain the top five reasons why it’s easy to cheat on Racing Rivals, let me explain something first. Although some might not want to accept it, a majority of the people who play Racing Rivals cheat. It’s a well known fact, something that cannot be disproved or avoided. More so, if you’re not cheating yourself, not only are you not getting ahead, your chances of ever getting ahead are drastically decreased. So without further rambling, here’s my top five reason as to why I personally believe it’s easy to cheat on Racing Rivals.


#1: There’s so many tools both online and in-game.

Yeah, you heard me right. There’s tools available both online AND in-game. In case you don’t know what I’m referring to, I’m talking about modifying game data locally to get an unfair advantage. For instance, I’ve been using a launch hack for years now – it has significantly helped me in launching my cars from the starting line both efficiently and better than the competition. The best part about this is, a caveman could do it. Just search a “launch hack” tutorial on YouTube. (We’ll be making a tutorial real soon)


#2: Only a small percentage of people actually get in trouble.

The chances of you being moderated on Racing Rivals is just as good as the chance you’ll get laid as a woman in a gay bar – it’s not going to happen anytime soon. Although a majority of people claim to have been banned on Racing Rivals for breaching their terms of use, only a small majority of these “victims” can back up their stories with hard/factual evidence.


#3: Everybody is doing it, why shouldn’t you?

For those that have issues confronting the morality flaws in cheating, think of the cold hard facts first. Actually, how about I explain it all for you?


You know that one troll you always see in every lobby that constantly beats everybody and laughs about losing their “prized possession”. Get this, they could care less. And the reason why is, they hacked the item and could easily obtain a new one within a matter of minutes.

#4 Most cheats and hacks are automated. You don’t need to be a whiz kid to get it running.

Sure, it takes a little bit of moxy and strength to hack your Racing Rivals account, but in no way would you have to be a computer genius to get started. In as little as five minutes, you too could hack your racing rivals account using our racing rivals hack.


#5: No setup procedure

Don’t you just absolutely HATE when you’re forced to set something up that you’re hesitant in doing? Well, with most current racing rivals hacks like the one we have, there’a no complicated setup procedure. Just clear and cut questions related to your account, as well ass the resources you require.


With how absolutely easy it is to hack racing rivals, you’d think people would be less hesitant/afraid. All I can say is – more for me.


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There’s been many times in my gaming endeavors on Racing Rivals where I’ve quickly (and stupidly) decided that if I wanted to make any good amounts of RRC, I would have to pink off some of my best cars. So that when a player slips up like I usually do in a race, I’ll win his/her car. All of this sounds so much better on paper than it actually is applying. In fact, it sounded so very good I took the liberty to make the jump and pink off my Peugeot ONYX concept, which not only had rare wheels but was also fully modified. I cannot tell you the amount of hours that went into playing Racing Rivals to earn just that one vehicle, let alone the mods that went into it. If I could compare that vehicle to anything on this earth, I would have to compare it to a baby. I know, I know, I shouldn’t be comparing a game item that anybody can obtain to something that’s precious and irreplaceable. But for the time that I had invested to obtain this car and everything I had done to it, I could’ve probably had a child… Or two. (Not really making things better)

STILL, I decided it’d be a REAL smart idea to pink it off, even though I had next to no clue how to launch it properly, what RPM’s I should shift at to get the most efficient launch or what kind of opponents I’d be going up against  in this vehicle. All I thought was how easy it would be – kinda like taking candy from the baby. Except, I wasn’t taking any candy from anybody… I was the helpless infant in this story.

I lined my car up and waited for the countdown to get the perfect launch. Unfortunately, because I didn’t have any good experience launching the extremely powerful Peugeot Onyx, I spin the tires right off the line and lost so much time because of it. It really didn’t help that I was racing up against an opponent that was twice, if not three times more quick than my poor little onyx. By the time I was halfway down the track my opponent had won the race. I cannot tell you how badly I wanted to toss my phone across the room.

Sometimes, I think that this event in itself might had been one of the main motivations to create this website. Because there are many out there on Racing Rivals that use spin glitches and instantly traction hacks – which I find MUCH more unethical than hacking Racing Rivals. You can take a mans unlimited virtual currency away, but when you take a mans vehicle away – you’re stepping into territory you might want to back out of.

Racing Rivals Classified might had been one of the greatest projects I’ve ever built. But I couldn’t take all the credit for myself, we built this website as a team and hoped to reap the benefits by ourselves. If it weren’t for our amazingly responsive community =, I don’t think this would’ve ever gone public.

OKAY, sorry for the random rant there. Bottom line of this post: DO NOT PINK YOUR CAR OFF IF YOU’RE NOT USING OUR HACKS. Otherwise, you might regret it like I did for many years…