Apex Stalkers is once again hosting our Sunday endurance event, The Pisswasser Endurance Series. This bi-weekly event, featuring a randomly chosen car and track, is a carry-over from our GTA racing heyday, and has traditionally been one of the most popular races in the crew.

This weekend's race taking place at Road America features the RWD Motorsports P20 LMP2 car. We will cover a full day/night cycle (some call this 24 hours or a 'day') along with changing weather conditions - pit stops and strategy will be a must. Here is a full run down of the settings for the event:

  • Car: RWD Motorsports P20 LMP2
  • Track: Road America
  • Race: 72 minutes (24 hours in game time)
  • Practice (optional): 60 minutes, starting one hour before qualifying
  • Qualifying: 15 minutes
  • Weather: 3 weather slots, announced on race day
  • Weather progression: x2
  • Race day: 23 August 2015, 14:00
  • Time progression: x20
  • Force interior view: No
  • Force manual gears: No
  • Force realistic driving aids: Yes
  • Damage: Full damage
  • Mechanical failures: On
  • Tire wear: Real
  • Fuel usage: Real
  • Flags and penalties: Off
  • Tuning: Free


The event is scheduled to begin this Sunday at 18:00 GMT, which translates to 14:00 EST (2 p.m. Eastern), in the U.S.

To sign up, please head over to our website, register and leave a reply in the thread for the event.


Apex Stalkers is a small but tight knit PlayStation racing/gaming community that was founded in 2013 to race on GTA Online. 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.