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Skorpion    1,773

Max. Players: 30
Jets (Besra Only), Planes (Mallard), Helicopters (Buzzard Only)
Default Laps: 3
Est. Lap Time: 1:30 - 2m
Time of Day: Morning
Weather: Clear
Traffic: Off
Published: 8 June 2017
Last Updated: 26 June 2017


Remain calm and focused, and above all stay low.
Left: Previous, Right: New


Race over the industrial area of East Los Santos ducking and dodging bridges, buildings, and power poles.

All checkpoints have been spawn tested in all vehicles with no issues.




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Skorpion    1,773

After a bit of feedback I've made a few changes to make a few spots a little easier and a few spots a little harder. All new check points have been spawn tested, and I've also added the Mallard for planes.

Map and demo video have been updated in OP.

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zmurko    6,661

CP issues I had, if you perhaps want to look into this CP. (just ignore Braldy's monologue :P)

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Skorpion    1,773

Cheers Z. Sorry you got stuck there for so long. I'll be in the creator today so I'll fix it then along with the CP Ally got stuck on.

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Skorpion    1,773

I've raised the CP that Z got stuck on so it's no longer a spawn trap and hopefully the light poles wont be so easy to hit.

I can't find where @Crawford1872 had issues respawning. If you know which CP or have a video I'll go back in and have another look.

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Crawford1872    1,443

Honestly don't worry about it, I think it was just me being a crap pilot, it was on the slalom section so not much you can do anyway to keep the track the same

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