This track doesn’t seem too demanding until you realize that those sweeping turns can’t actually be taken flat out. If you go off track after checkpoint 2 you should be able to hustle down the alley without needing to respawn.
This was my first creation, so I’ve tweaked it at number of times. I think I’ve finally gotten it right, but I’m not sure about checkpoint 15 at the bottom of the track. It’s easy to lose sight of it coming around the corner, but if I move it back too much more I afraid I’ll be dictating what line to take through the turn.
Wide sweeping turns early, a tight off road second sector, a high speed middle section, back through the sweepers, with another tight technical final sector. This track has something for everyone! I recommend motorcycles. A modded Sanchez may be the best vehicle for this track.
I think someone in RRR may have created a track with this layout already, but since I couldn't find it I created this one. Using my Akuma there's only 3 spots that I had to lift during the lap, I never had to touch the brakes.
Vinewood Rum, our fearless leaders masterwork!!! Execute this man!
Yours actually has an extra section and runs in the opposite direction, TBCs cuts straight down from CP 36 to 18. It's been loved by many as a superbike dream so great minds clearly think alike. Considering it's reverse it could be well worth running both together, should be interesting.
It wasn't until I posted here that I starting thinking I had seen this layout before. Then I remembered Vinewood Rum. I almost removed my track and decided it was just different enough because of the extra section that I could leave it.
You’re living the high life. Daddy’s loaded, you get anything you want, and you’ve never had to work a day in your life. What more could you ask for, right?
Mom is always off with her personal trainer, or taking trips to Los Venturas with her girlfriends. Dad spends all day at the office, often working late into the night with that intern who went to high school with you. Your house just feels like a 10,000 square foot prison cell. What you really want is some excitement in your life. So you decide to invite your rich and bored friends over to blow off some steam.
A scenic bike tour of the Vinewood Hills. Began with a view of the historic Vinewood Bowl, ride beneath the iconic Vinewood sign, and past the Sisyphus Theatre. The tour continues past Galileo Observatory and up the Aurther's Pass Trails to a stunning view of Blain County. Your ride concludes with a trip past Lake Vinewood and a short jaunt through the park. Take it slow and enjoy the sights on a bicycle or grab a dirt bike and speed down the trails.
If you take it slow you really do feel like you’re away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
I put together a new set of themed point-to-point races designed specifically for cruisers. The races are locked to Bagger, Daemon, and Sovereign (I wish the Hexor was available in the creator, but that's only one of many stupid decisions be R*). Because it’s open to customs someone could use a sport bike, but that sort of ruins the fun. I simply wanted a reason to use my cruisers in a race.
This track is about location as much as it is competativeness. It's the kind of haphazard route that I imagine someone would take if they were just cruising through the city on they're first day out of jail. It's pretty much a tour of the iconic areas of the city.
Team one is on jet skis, team two has Bison. In testing the times were very close. I think the boats may have a slight edge, but this should be fun. I recommend setting it for two rounds so that each team gets a try at both vehicles.
A classic Top Gear race, boat versus car. Grab a case and race up Raton Canyon to the far side of the Alamo Sea. The Clarksons will take the jet skis, the Mays will drive. The Stig, he's on public transit.
Drivers face off in identical cars for a true test of skill. STAY IN YOUR LANES!!! This was designed as a head to head match race. Set to gta mode for spectators and to rotate drivers through.
The map looks a little odd but you’ll be following the propping rather than the CPs. It’s pretty intuitive and makes for a really fun race. Big thanks to Dam351 who helped me test this out last night. We ran through each class and they were all fun. This would be a great thing to run for some bracket racing with the crew.
It was inspired by the Race of Champions, and it took me forever to find a good place on the map to do this.
Anyone who enjoys the RoC will enjoy this^ its great fun, some close finishes and some hard luck stories if u push too hard. . I held back on posting the footage I had because I wasn't sure how long it took to upload & didn't want to tie up the cotton thread that is my Internet before Tuesday Enduro. But I did look and I've got some fpv idk wot car, muscle-slamming into a barrier haha and another class of car too. Maybe more im not sure. I'll post it before I crash out tonight.