Open Rallycross Racing

Discussion in 'GT6 Single Races & Time Trials' started by Charlie1995, Jul 27, 2016.

  1. Charlie1995


    Hi all,

    I've discovered a way to make custom tracks with bumpy roads/jumps in them, so I thought it would be a good idea to start some rallycross style races. It's going to be more of a casual thing at first, but if we get a strong field, I would consider making a series out of it. It can be quite difficult to control the car over the bumps and jumps, so I'm going to keep the PP low.

    For your car's setup, I strongly recommend installing full custom suspension and increase the ride height as much as possible (for most cars), and have super-low spring rate, extension and compression. If you're not sure how to do this, cars with a good suspension setup from stock include;

    - Range Stormer '04

    - RSC '01

    - RSC Rally Raid Car

    - Tacoma X Runner '04

    - VOLTZ S '02

    - 1500 LARAMIE Hemi Quad Cab '04

    - 240RS Rally Car '85

    - AIRTREK Turbo-R '02

    - Lancer 1600 GSR Rally Car '74

    - PAJERO Rally Raid Car '85

    - PAJERO Evolution Rally Raid Car '03

    - FX45 Concept '02

    - ELEMENT '03

    - Pikes Peak quattro '03

    Pretty much any car will do well with the right suspension setup. As far as I'm aware from multiple public lobby sessions on these tracks, there is no 'magic car' that's overpowered. It mostly comes down to the driver. If you are more of a noob, picking a 4WD car is essential for these events, though a 2WD car with the right driver and setup would be competitive.

    Car Regulations

    - 420PP
    - Comfort Soft Tyres
    - No Nitrous

    Race Rules

    - No purposely crashing others
    - Don't quit if you're losing (you could catch up, never rule out the chance)
    - Try to keep it clean, however contact is pretty much inevitable

    General Info

    - Race date/time is yet to be decided, however I often run rallycross races as open lobby's, keep an eye out for them

    Good luck!
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