I notice how there's little to no racing going on in Roleplay Mode now a days, probably because no one feels like it... BUT i want to bring racing back into rp mode! encourage others to put their driving skill to the test on tracks.
Here's a few racing types to keep in mind:Normal:
Standard race that has a money reward at the end given by the host, 1st place has the best rewards. Sometimes on occasions the 1st place winner gets all while the others get nothing. Host can provide cars for equal difficulty.Wager Race:
This race type you bet anything from money to cars and even houses, Winner takes all. Host provides the cars.Time Attack:
One car is used in this race type where each player must burn a lap time, Winner is determined by the shortest lap time. Host provides the car.One v. One:
This mode, one player challenges another player often with their own cars to race for either money or pinkslips in an arranged race. Please note that any damage that your own cars get will not be covered by the host.
Down below are the race routes I came up with and lined them in red with yellow lines being the start/finish lines.
===========================Course 1: [SPRINT] Dragoline Run
Starts from my Dillimore gas station and ends at my Bone County station, route is relatively straight forward.
===========================Course 2: [CIRCUIT] Aircraft Boneyard
A small circuit race on the dirt roads of Verdant Meadows aircraft graveyard, 3 laps standard.
===========================Course 3: [CIRCUIT] Dam Drift
Originally inspired from the extended version of the popular Big Ear Drift route.
This circuit has a lot of tight turns and bends at the start but forgives with more stable turns the rest of the way. 2 laps standard.
(i believe Lordkire originally came up with this route)
===========================Course 4: [CIRCUIT] Extreme Hills
This course that takes place in the fancy hills of Vinewood makes a dangerous race course.
It puts your car's performance to the ultimate test with steep inclines and sudden tight turns and mostly narrow roads to navigate. You definitely need driving skill if you want to stand a chance in this dangerous circuit.
2 laps standard.
===========================Course 5: [SPRINT] Gas to Fierro
A nice straight forward drive through the country roads with occasional tight bends and ends at the airport of San Fierro.
===========================Course 6: [SPRINT] Shitcreek and Lumberjack
This sprint starts off in the small town of Shitcreek and goes through the country roads of Red County with occasional dirt roads and finally ends at the huge Lumberjack place.
===========================Course 7: [CIRCUIT] Bone County Highway
(suggested by Sceme)
A very high speed track but relatively safe. Does not posses a high risk of drowning your car. Crash damage is possible but because the track is mostly located on desert, driving off track usually doesn't make you crash into anything. Instead of racing against another player, racing against the clock is possible also. 2 laps standard.
===========================Course 8: [CIRCUIT] Refinery
A 3 lap circuit that takes you on a ride past the oil fields and the oil refinery.
===========================Course 9: [CIRCUIT] SF Speedway
This classic MTA-era circuit takes you on a high speed ride around San Fierro, watch out for light posts at the tram terminal. 2 laps standard.
===========================Course 10: [CIRCUIT] SF Waterfront
Very similar to SF Speedway until you get past the boat factory and take the scenic route along the water's edge and through a tunnel. 2 laps standard.
===========================Course 11: [CIRCUIT] Bayside Mountains
A mostly high speed course going through the Bayside Tunnel twice with a couple of hard turns that require hard braking here and there, careful not to fall into the water when going up the off ramp from the highway! 2 laps are standard.If you have any racing routes of your own that you want to share, post it here so i can see.