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Crash Cove[edit]

Crash Cove is a racetrack featured on Crash Team Racing and it is one of the first availiable to race on in Adventure Mode,along with Roo's Tubes. They are both located in N. Sanity Beach. Crash Cove is styled in a very similar manner. It is Crash Bandicoot's home racetrack and is in the Red Gem Cup (alongside Mystery Caves, Papu's Pyramid and Blizzard Bluff) and the Wumpa Cup.

Being one of the first tracks on the game, Crash Cove is very easy to win. The track essentially introduces the elements that are frequent in races: Crates lined up in rows of four, Environmental Hazards, Shortcuts etc.

This is one the easiest tracks to win, there is a shortcut in this track;

Near the beginning of the track is a ramp with two fruit boxes at the end of it, just before a small lake. Stay to the right of the ramp and begin turning left toward the mountain once you pass the ramp. You will be driving through the lake. You will have to practice this, but it dips right before you would run into the mountain. As your head goes completely underwater, hold Jump. You will jump onto the shortcut and can pick up a box before jumping back down and rejoining the race near the bridge. You can begin your turn when you pass the single star on the ground just to the right of the ramp. You will be jumping onto the land that is connected to the bridge that you drive under which leads out to that boat to your right.

Roo's Tubes[edit]

Like Crash Cove, being one of the first tracks on the game, Roo's Tubes is very easy to win. The track essentially introduces the elements that are frequent in races: Crates lined up in rows of four, Envrionmental Hazards, etc. It is a basic figure-of-eight shape made of long, blue tunnels and large, rocky caverns,there also pictures of Ripper Roo on the walls of the caverns. At the end is a huge skeleton which racers must drive through to finish. The whole track appears to be underwater.

Tiger Temple[edit]

Tiger Temple is the 6th track in Crash Team Racing and is Pura's home racetrack. It is a small bumpy track based on the ruin levels of Crash 2 with flame throwing stone idol heads as obstacles. It is in the Wumpa Cup and the Blue Gem Cup alongside Sewer Speedway, Dragon Mines and N. Gin Labs. About halfway through the Tiger Temple track (marked on your map) is large stone face in a wall on the left. Shoot any weapon other than a TNT/Nitro Crate or turbos at the mouth of the face, or have an Aku-Aku/Uka-Uka. The mouth will open and you can drive straight through the shortcut. You can also do this if you have a Shield. If a TNT/Nitro is placed on the mouth when open, it will stay open until destroyed. In Relic Race, it is stuck open for convenience. Some fans mistake this track as being Tiny Tiger's home track due to the track's misleading name. They are confusing this with Tiny Arena, which is Tiny's actual home track.

Coco Park[edit]

Coco Park is a racetrack in Crash Team Racing and the home-course of Coco Bandicoot. It is instantly accessible in The Lost Ruins, the second area of the Adventure Mode. Its contains a green CTR token, and as such it is the second track of the Green Gem Cup. The map of the track forms the basic shape of a butterfly.

Coco Park is the only instantly-accessible course that is actually fully themed as a racetrack. It is wider than other tracks and has only smooth turns, making it easy to stay in the course. It also has no hazards other than off-track grass and a small water patch near the finish line (way off-track). About halfway through the course racers must go through a tunnel, which is just as wide as the track itself and serves mostly just as scenery. There are only three turbo-pads along the whole track, and item boxes are more spaced in the classic lines of four due to the course being so wide. Players may cut through the grass of even the hills in the turn just before the tunnel for a small shortcut (using an item as not to lose speed on the grass). Coco Park is one of the best tracks to hit other players with missiles, as there is little cover and no sharp turns to use defensively.

Coco Park has 40 time crates in Time Trial, and the target times are 1:35:00 for Sapphire, 1:12:00 for Gold and 0:49:00 for Platinum.

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