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  1. TNT (Dodge)

    March Schedule March 1 - IROC: Bravado Redwood Gauntlet March 8 - Custom Carbonizzare March 15 - Gettin Dirty with OffRoads and SUV's March 22 - Endurance: Carbonizzare March 29 - Mix Night IROC by Pißwasser International Race of Champions (IROC) was a North American auto racing competition, promoted as an equivalent of an American All-Star Game or The Masters. Despite its name, the IROC was primarily associated with North American oval-racing culture. Drivers raced identically-prepared stock cars set up by a single team of mechanics in an effort to make the race purely a test of driver ability. It was run with a small field of invited drivers (6–12). It was created and developed in 1972 by David Lockton, the developer of the Ontario Motor Speedway, launched in 1973, with Mark Donohue being the first driver to win the championship in 1974. The cars used that year were Porsche Carrera RSRs. Donohue's win in the fourth and last race of that season was his last win, as he died in a Formula One crash at the Österreichring in practice for the 1975 Austrian Grand Prix. The series was not run in 1981, 1982, or 1983. In 2007, IROC could not find a sponsor and postponed the first two races at Daytona and Texas. IROC went on hiatus in 2007 hoping to return with a sponsor in 2008. In March 2008, IROC auctioned off its tools, equipment, cars, and memorabilia, and went out of business. Through 2003, IROC was also known for its rainbow of car colors being easily recognized from all other closed wheel racing series. Car numbers were utilized for scoring purposes, but were not the primary means of identification. Instead, the drivers' surname would appear on the door of the car. Exceptions were made when Mario and Michael Andretti raced in the same events. In those cases, their first name was used. The numbers would change from race to race, with the number 1 would be given to the driver starting first, and so on. The colors would correspond to the numbers. Before the races, drivers were assigned via blind drawing, and was how the starting grid for the first race was determined. The finishing order of the race would be inverted for the second race's starting grid, while the reverse of the points standings determined races three and four's grids. Numbers were assigned by the starting position. After the first race, the numbers would be assigned based on points standings. This would make it very confusing for fans, as one week their favorite driver could be driving the blue #1 car, and the next week he could be in the #5 orange car. Our IROC Series will be a little different. Since Pißwasser has taken over sponsorship of IROC, it will be run on all types of tracks around LS. It will still be run using the same cars, prepped by one group of engineers. There will be no numbers on the cars, but they will be different colors to identify the drivers. Drivers need to select their Car Color. Only one color per car is allowed on the track. Thats how IROC works. You'll know in game if you are using the wrong color. R* has a CLASH warning pop up next to your color when selecting your car for the race. There should be no CLASH warnings on your screen. Also, this is run using Stock cars. So, no need to buy it. These are the colors: Black - Black Steel - Silver - Red - Sunset Red - Hot Pink - Orange - Bronze - Race Yellow - Racing Green -Bright Green - Blue - Light Blue - Creek Brown - Bright Purple - Ice White - Crew (Blue) Bravado Based on the designs of the vehicles, Bravado is mainly based on Dodge; however, several of its cars are based on non-Dodge vehicles. Bravado is defined as "a bold manner or a show of boldness intended to impress or intimidate, possibly alluding the fact Bravado vehicles are meant to impress or intimidate, possibly because of their size and power (much like how Dodge vehicles are large and have great engine power). Bravado's logo of a charging bull is a parody of Dodge's ram logo used since 1993 (which was discontinued in 2010 but continues as a logo for the Ram Truck line up). In Grand Theft Auto V they have a TV commercial showcasing the Bison, Gauntlet, and Buffalo S, parodying various Dodge commercials. "An American muscle car in a class by itself. Roll down the windows and scream in testosterone-filled rage as you gun the engine while stuck in traffic. DNA wipes easily off the leather seats. Now available with exclusive Redwood Livery."―Southern San Andreas Super Autos description. The Bravado Redwood Gauntlet is a two-door racing muscle car appearing in Grand Theft Auto V, and, as part of the Cunning Stunts update, Grand Theft Auto Online. The enhanced edition of Grand Theft Auto V features a unique Gauntlet with a Redwood Cigarettes livery, exclusively for players returning from Xbox 360/PS3. This variant appears during the Stock Car Races and will become available in each protagonist's garage once the player wins the 2nd stock car race. The Redwood Gauntlet is essentially a Gauntlet with performance upgrades and a pre-installed racing livery sporting Redwood Cigarettes. No prominent bodywork changes have been made. It is heavily inspired by the 2008-2013 Dodge Challenger based on its distinctive body shape, with lines that are flared and smooth. It also sports styling cues directly from the 1970s E-Body muscle cars, with hood scoops resembling the first generation Challenger ones or 1970-1974 Plymouth Barracuda ones and side scoops like the 1971 Challenger R/T ones. The stock car may be modified further in Los Santos Customs including the ability to respray the underlying color, although there are no bodywork modifications available for the Gauntlet. The sponsorship decals cannot be changed or removed. The Redwood Gauntlet has the following list of sponsors on the livery: Bravado Redwood Cigarettes Atomic Xero Terroil Auto Cowboys Power Metal Southern San Andreas Super Autos The Redwood Gauntlet receives massive improvements in performance when compared to the standard Gauntlet. The vehicle sports a higher performance engine which not only revs higher, but also revs much faster. The engine sound has been changed from the Sabre Turbo's sound to the Massacro's sound, and even still, it revs faster than the Massacro at engine redline. The vehicle has increased acceleration due to the engine upgrade, and traction has been improved in order to counteract the weight and force of the acceleration. The top speed is much higher, where it statistically vies with high-end sports cars such as the Carbonizzare and Rapid GT. Its brakes are slightly improved, however not enough to support the increased engine power. The car's handling bears no significant changes. The engine model remains the same, where is shares the model of a typical V8 with a large cylindrical air filter mounted on the engine block. The engine sound is now comparable to a typical high-revving engine. As with the other stock cars featured with the Redwood Gauntlet, its mass was also reduced compared to its base model. Fun Facts The default radio stations for the Redwood Gauntlet are Vinewood Boulevard Radio, Los Santos Rock Radio and Radio Mirror Park. The Redwood Gauntlet was originally purchasable from Southern San Andreas Super Autos. This was later implimented in the Cunning Stunts update.
  2. Canis Kamacho

    Canis Kamacho
  3. I might be able to make this. If I'm on, ill be there. It's so hard to plan things on the weekend. IRL gets in the way a lot.
  4. Post Pics of your new shit

    I did one with @Slayso. It took 30 minutes and many respawns, but it made it.
  5. planning Darts Tourney?

    Sure. Why not.
  6. (FNF) Friday Night Foolin' (JustHatched)

    I'm a maybe also. But I'll try.
  7. Pillbox GP

    https://socialclub.rockstargames.com/crew/domestic_battery/games/gtav/ps4/jobs/?publisher=crew9391441&sort=CreatedDate&typeId=2&subtype=stuntrace&vehc=Sports#
  8. ps4 Sunday Drive

    I may be there.
  9. (FNF) Friday Night Foolin' (JustHatched)

    This is bullshit.
  10. Eager beaver intro

    Welcome.
  11. ps4 Rt 68 Sidetrack

    https://socialclub.rockstargames.com/crew/domestic_battery/games/gtav/ps4/jobs/job/30v9kJxqpkqh8MIbK5oVxA# SMG Assault SMG Pump Shotgun Grenade
  12. I might be late to this.
  13. Sorry about that. Hill Jack Hell - https://socialclub.rockstargames.com/games/gtav/ps4/jobs/job/NKmMSe5zw0uHjgdMmsW9Vw#
  14. Date of Event: Jan 28th Time of Event in UTC: 00:00 Does Event Repeat: No If Event Repeats/How Often: Event Host: Dodge Amount of Players Allowed: 16 - 30 depending on RSVP's Special Rules for Event: Custom Crew Blue Cheetahs ONLY Description of Event: XDBX Anniversary Cheetah Event 4 years ago, a Crew was born. It was formed with the intention of creating a small gaming community for some people to get together and game without the worry of grievers, or squeakers. It has grown into a far greater achievement than anyone could have imagined. For a really good description of who, and what we are, and even how we became, you should take the time to read XDBX History. We will be running a selection of the best jobs that XDBX has created. I'll be pulling these jobs from this thread: Iconic XDBX Races on PS3 as well as some favorites from PS4. The ONLY color allowed for this Event is Crew Blue Grotti Cheetah Grotti is a luxury land and sea vehicle manufacturer featured in the Grand Theft Auto series. The company is based on Italian luxury car manufacturer Ferrari. The company's name is presumably a play on the word "grotty", meaning "rotten" or "putrid". Grotti's logo also caricatures Ferrari's, as in GTA San Andreas the galloping horse is replaced with a rabbit/hare. In GTA IV, instead of a galloping horse, the logo depicts a horse sitting down. In GTA V, the logo is changed into a tilted Maltese cross on the center of the emblem. One vehicle, the Brioso R/A, is based on the Fiat, as Fiat once owned Ferrari. "Forget the last 50 years of technological advancement and hark back to the golden age of driving before seatbelts, DUI laws, anti-lock brakes and emasculating GPS systems with nagging female voices. A prototype sports car manufactured by Grotti in the early 1970s, this marvel of Italian engineering will over-compensate for just about anything. Just like the Italians." ―Legendary Motorsport description. The Cheetah is a supercar featured in both the 3D Universe and HD Universe. It is manufactured by Grotti in the HD Universe. Design 3D Universe In all its iterations the vehicle closely resembles a 1984-1996 Ferrari Testarossa, with each game's version following the design of the corresponding era: In Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, it looks like a slightly genericized and modernized Ferrari Testarossa F512 M. In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, it resembles a mid-80s Testarossa. In Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the Cheetah resembles a Ferrari 512 TR Testarossa, albeit without the hidden headlamps, and with the rear lights of an Ferrari Testarossa F512 M. Looking at the shape of the car, it's clear to see that it is mid-engine. However, when the hood is removed, in Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, the engine appears to be at the front, possibly due to programming limitations. This is in stark contrast to the design of the Testarossa in general, which has the engine placed behind the passenger compartment, just in front of the rear axle (mid-engine). However, in GTA San Andreas, the design is more faithful to the real-life counterpart, with the engine being evidently placed at the rear of the chassis, while the front is empty. The engine of the Cheetah sounds and looks like a V10. The Ferrari Testarossa began sales in 1984 (The year in which Vice City Stories is set). The first "red head" didn't sell enough until late 1985, and therefore, for the sake of having no irregularities about the comparison of the two cars, the developers of the game made the Cheetah scarce in Vice City Stories, spawning only in parking lots. Grand Theft Auto V The Cheetah is reintroduced in Grand Theft Auto V. Unlike in previous games, the Cheetah is now based on the Ferrari Enzo with elements of the Enzo, Ferrari FXX, the Pagani Zonda and the SSC Tuatara on the front bumper. The rear overhang is similar to that on the GTA Spano. The rear hood is inspired by the Mercedes CLK GTR as both of them have big engines and rear hoods. The carbon fibre stripe on the bonnet resembles that of the Pagani Zonda Tricolore. It is stated to be a 1970s prototype, put out by Grotti for limited production, and has a top speed of 220 mph, previously according to the website before the Lowriders update. Performance The Cheetah is one of the best performing original supercars in GTA V, being able to compete with the Adder, the Entity XF, the Turismo R and the Zentorno. Having a great speed and acceleration makes it useful for most situations, like robberies and police chases, and like its previous 3D universe rendition it also has extremely responsive handling and braking, making it much more agile than other super cars in the game. This makes it particularly useful in Online urban races where, in the hands of a considerably skilled driver, can easily turn through a street corner without having to decelerate much. The car tends to wheelspin when setting off, significantly more than other supercars. The engine model appears to be a single-overhead camshaft V8, evidently by the exhaust manifolds seen when the rear hood is removed. The car features intercoolers located directly after the side-intakes, suggesting the car is turbocharged. The exact same engine model is found in several other, similar-tier supercars, like the Turismo R, Osiris, T20, Reaper, and FMJ. The website also claims it sports a 6-liter engine. Fun Facts The car is named after an animal with the same name, which is a type of feline capable of running at high speeds. This clearly refers to the car's superior performance in its class. The Cheetah plays the radio stations by default when entered: GTA San Andreas: SF-UR GTA V: Non Stop Pop FM If the suspension is lowered to the maximum through Los Santos Customs, the Cheetah is able to drive right under high-suspension vehicles, such as the Sandking XL, at high speed and sometimes some low-suspension vehicles if driving head-on against them. This can also be done with the Turismo R. The price of the car in GTA V is evidence of its similarity with its inspiration car, the Ferrari Enzo as the Enzo costs €655,000 ($687,520). Like the Turismo R, you can't pick prostitutes with this car, due to its tiny interior space. The Cheetah on the car carrier in the mission Pack Man has a glass roof, suggesting it could have originally had a glass roof rather than a carbon fiber one. In the enhanced version, the speedometer only reads up to 200 mph, despite claiming it can reach up to 221 mph. The same mistake is also present on many sports and super cars, such as on the Adder and Entity XF. In the enhanced version, the Grotti badge will glow when the high-beam lights are turned on. According to the ambient files, the Cheetah is one of several named vehicles in-game that make up distant car sounds. Other vehicles include the Entity XF, Banshee, Comet, Daemon, Carbonizzare, Vacca and Feltzer.

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