View Full Version : Red Hot Turbo Championship | Starting Wed Oct 14th 20:00 GMT

07-10-2015, 09:05

I mean, who doesn't like big round firm... turbos?

This championship will consist of five races, each featuring a car sporting a turbocharger and -in most cases- some serious turbo lag.
You better make sure you like a bit of snappy oversteer. Feather the trottle, sharpen your reflexes and get ready to work that steering wheel!

To sign up for this championship, leave a reply with your PSN ID! More info here (http://apexstalkers.enjin.com/forum/m/18025943/viewthread/24470624-red-hot-turbo-championship-race-1-wed-oct-14th-2000-gmt).

Race Calendar

Race 1: 1978 BMW 320 Turbo Group 5 and 1981 Ford Capri Zakspeed Group 5 - Cadwell GP - Wednesday October 14th - 20:00 GMT - 5
Race 2: RUF RT12R - Willow Springs International - Wednesday October 21st - 20:00 GMT - 2
Race 3: Lotus 98T Renault Turbo - Monza GP - Wednesday October 28th - 21:00 GMT - 11
Race 4: Pagani Zonda R - Road America - Wednesday November 4th - 21:00 GMT - 7
Race 5: Audi 90 Quattro IMSA GTO - Bathurst - Wednesday November 11th - 21:00 GMT - 3

Turbo legend: 1 (Not sure if extra propulsion was caused by fart or turbo) > 10 (Will absolutely, postively try to snuff you)

Race settings

Qualifying: 15 min
Race: 45 min
Weather: slot 1 dry, slot 2 random
Weather progression: x2
Time: race date, 13:00 PM
Time progression: Realtime
Force interior view: No
Force manual gears: No
Force realistic driving aids: Yes
Damage: Full damage
Mechanical failures: Yes
Tire wear: Real
Fuel usage: Real
Flags and penalties: On
Tuning: Free

Points system

The points awarded per race will be determined by the grid size. For instance: seven participants means the winner will get seven points. No extra points for pole.

Apex Stalkers is a small but tight knit PlayStation racing/gaming community that was founded in 2013. All of our members are online racing enthusiasts and recently we have been expanding our gaming activities into Project CARS. Our core members are really committed and spend a good deal of their time coming up with exciting events.
There's a whole team of members putting together the best formats they can. This includes anything from endurance races, touring car championships, open wheel events, multi-class races, weekly time trials, to all kinds of wacky races that we do just for the fun of it...

There is certainly a competitive spirit when it comes to racing in our community, but we value mutual respect, clean racing and simply having a good time above all else. So we aren't necessarily interested in how fast new members are,
instead we hope to find people who are looking to be active within our cozy racing community and who want to be involved in racing in one or more of our weekly events.

That means we expect and encourage our members to spend a bit of time on our forums, sign up for events announced on there, and maybe actually organize some events themselves after they get familiar with the community.
In return for that commitment you're guaranteed to get many awesome races and probably lots of banter and laughter too.


08-10-2015, 07:50
Six spots remaining on the grid!