What are Respect Points in CSR2 and what do you need them for
Respect Points is the score that indicates how well you perform in races and how consistently you play CSR2.
If you want to become a member of a successful CSR2 team, RP is your calling card for membership. If you are member of a crew, you need RP to move your team forward in the Crew Milestones. You need to know that the goal of the Crew Milestones is to win the Crew Milestone car, keys, fusion parts and gold every season.
Actually it’s pretty easy to break the 1 million RP mark per season, you just have to follow a few simple tips.
Tip 1: Get the Prestige Cup car every season
As a result, you will earn a lot of RP without much effort with the Prestige Cup (PC) Car. With the PC Car of the previous and current season you can easily earn 600k RP if you stick to the following schedule.
Tip 2: Follow the CSR2 Season Schedule
Each CSR2 season lasts exactly 14 days and follows a strict schedule. During the 14 days of the season there are exactly 27 Trial and Cup races that you should drive. However, you will need the two Prestige Cup cars described above. As a reward for your efforts you will receive 610,800 Crew Respect Points (RP).
The RP you receive for each race are not even included here. But in the end you will easily be over 700k RP.
Average Noobs season schedule on Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uqt7kMgbaPpLuAjVNc79_hTPU4QXXqY5/view
Tip 3: Drive Live Races for Respect Points
Live Races are a great source for Respect Points, especially if you consider the following:
- Use a rare car with at least 5 stars. As an extra, you get up to +18% RP bonus per ride.
- Use a car with unlimited freshness. You get up to +10% RP bonus per ride.
- Use a elite car. You get up to +10% RP bonus per ride.
- Race when one of your crew wildcards is activated. You get up to +150% RP bonus per ride.
- Swap, means to have a win/lose Series with another racers.
- More details on Live Races and swapping
If you follow these tips, a season with more than 1 million Respect Points is not a big deal.