Lethamyr’s Giant Rings Map
Let's start with the oldest rings map that was created by Lathamyr, one of the most popular people on the Rocket League pro scene ever.
This map is still one of the most downloaded Rocket League workshop maps to this day, and regardless of your Rocket League rank, it's a good Steam Workshop map to have when you are in the mood for some training.
Lethamyr wanted to create a custom map for people to practice car control, no matter what level you are, and he succeeded brilliantly.
The workshop map is divided into 20 levels, and every five levels the rings get progressively smaller, and consequently more difficult. You might find yourself breezing through the first few levels, only to be dumbfounded when you become stuck and unable to advance further.
If you devote yourself to it, it shouldn’t take long before you’re starting to see significant improvements.
As a bonus, there is a new, re-skinned version of this map with a lava theme, serving as a successor to his huge (or shall we say "giant") hit the giant rings map.
Panic’s Air Race: Beach
Next up, a both fun one and a hard one! This map is a great pick for all Rocket League players with a competitive mindset, as it allows you to race other places and compete to get the best time that you can.
I love this map, and if Epic Games added something like this to the original game, my dreams would come true.
However, it's clearly not suited for beginners, or even intermediate players, as our recommendation is to give this one a try only if your rank is Champion or above.
Generally speaking, it's very fun, but I would recommend you to first learn and practice all moves and skills in Rocket League before getting into this one.
Speed Jump: Rings 2
Speed Jump Rings 2 is a tropical island-themed map that is most suited to pretty much everyone, but mostly average rank players. I see it as one of the best beginner-friendly Rocket League workshop maps for practicing aerial car control!
The reason is that the map is probably the most forgiving ring map, there aren’t many sharp turns and the rings are relatively easy to go through.
In addition, it is quite short to go through. As an added bonus, Speed Jump: Rings 2 has been updated and now it includes a timer when you’re playing so that you can calculate your times and watch as you improve.