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Rallycross track(no joker lap) that runs through the Great Chaparral area. It's a fairly well used area for races, but I've added a few extra off-road sections to try and give it a different feel. Designed for the Rally Sports cars with the Off-Road class also available. Off-Road is more of a challenge than Sports, as the Trophy Trucks like to roll over in the initial off-road section. It's set as a Standard race, the first off-road section might be too tight for it, but the rest of the roads should be wide enough for contact to be on. Laps run about 1:15, unless your name's Ally Crawford.
The first corner was tricky to get the arrows on the checkpoints to show where to go and how sharp the corner is. If anyone has an issue with how the first few CPs are placed, or anything else in the race, just let me know.
This thread is going to contain all of my Race of Champions style head to head racing tracks where two cars go head to head on different circuits of approximately the same length. At the end of the first lap you will automatically go on to the alternate track for the second lap and so on. Trust the jumps and not the checkpoint arrows at the crossovers. Please turn customs & slipstream off for balanced races.
I will give each one it's own little section and write up as they develop.
Name: ROC Zancudo RSC Link : https://socialclub.rockstargames.com/games/gtav/ps4/jobs/job/NqlOvV1U8U-AaEcIKAjuHQ Recommended Car: Omnis Laps: 6 Set to 6 laps, this is the original course of the series. This race will take about 5 minutes to complete when using the Stock Omnis. There are 7 points on track where the competing cars can crossover each other. This is the track used for the inaugural XDBX Racing Champions Trophy.
2. Del Perro
Name: ROC Del Perro RSC Link : https://socialclub.rockstargames.com/member/squirrelarmy/games/gtav/jobs/job/i74NSmvR2EmH7jUBIqruQg?platformId=11 Recommended Car: TBC Laps: 6 The second track in the series is a completely enclosed course situated just off Del Perro beach. This track is designed to be faster than the original and includes more hairpins but less jumps. There's a large viewing area at the start line where spectators can leave their cars and view the whole circuit without affecting the drivers currently racing.
Name: ROC Vespucci RSC Link : https://socialclub.rockstargames.com/member/squirrelarmy/games/gtav/ps4/jobs/job/Vybt6nAJbEGIqWSiXQW98g Recommended Car: Raptor Laps: 6 The third race of the series and possibly the most challenging. This track is set partially on the beach. The different surfaces and three wheel car will make this a unique driving experience.
4. Sandy Shores
Name: ROC Sandy Shores RSC Link : https://socialclub.rockstargames.com/member/squirrelarmy/games/gtav/ps4/jobs/job/EkSBaq9ZhkKladJpmRycvw Recommended Car: Omnis Laps: 6 The fourth race of the series takes us back to the Omnis and a track set both on and off road with lots of crossovers.
This track is in the testing stage.
There are now three versions of this track, please use the one appropriate to your playlist.
1. Recreation of the famous F1 circuit in 1:1 scale.
Fast and flowing, all classes are available but supers recommended. Track is wide enough to race comfortably with contact and slipstream. Track follows the route faithfully but not very demanding using the slower speeds of GTA.
RSC Link : http://rsg.ms/4a1bb5c
2. Slightly smaller more demanding version which will be used for the Supercup. As it's smaller the corners are tighter and twistier. There's still room for contact racing but I recommend slipstream to be turned off for this version. This version of the track includes the ferris wheel on Del Perro Pier as decoration. This race also includes a functioning pitlane and a lot more decorative props than the full size version.
RSC Link : http://rsg.ms/3ac7f03
3. Just for fun I've even made a race using the short course heavily featured in Gran Turismo. Mainly aimed at Compact and Muscles. It will be a nice small scale drifting track. Less than a mile long I recommend at least 10 laps for each race.
RSC Link : http://rsg.ms/24c4432