Gonna make a CS right away.
So you think yourself a fast driver? You can turn a corner at 100 MPH and not break a sweat? Evade even the most resilient of law enforcement? You'll do. Maybe. Sometimes people don't, no matter their skills.
I have chosen you to deliver [REDACTED] suitcases, each containing a different series of plans for [REDACTED]. Each case will be handled by a different driver. Each case must be delivered. Each case must be intact. You see, I like to play games. Almost as much as I enjoy killing people. If any of my three ground rules are broken, you will die. Your mistake will not merely end at you though. I could kill anyone I choose. I'm a man of great power. Even if your own life is naught but a thing to you, someone else's might be very important. Everyone you know is a mere notch away from death. So choose wisely as to what you decide on doing. Anything could cost you. Included in this message are directions as to where you will meet to pick up your case, as well as where you will be meeting the other drivers. You didn't think you were going alone did you?
You will be teamed with [REDACTED] drivers from all over the world to deliver my cases. All are skilled in various ways. You are not friends. You are not allies. You are mere pawns that I control. However, any actions that may damage, lose, or destroy my cases...will result in termination of every driver in this exercise. Now play nice.
I expect my cases to arrive on or before the date of [REDACTED]. Do not disappoint me.
The meeting point has been decided. All of my drivers are to meet at Tampa Bay, Florida. Directions are provided for the meeting point. Airfare for our international drivers has been provided. You will receive your case at 0400. You will have preparations complete and embark on the course at 0500. Good luck.
Gonna make a CS right away.
If this will not get enough interest I will be more then happy to make this a 1 on 1 with you.
Really just waiting for the others from the Interest Check, but I'd totally be willing to do that.
Of course we'll wait for the others. I was just saying.
Name: Jason Finch
Bio/Personality: Jason was born in Miami, Florida from a british father and an american mother. He has been fascinated by cars since he was a child and loves them more then he loves himself, or anything else in the world for that matter. For the last 13 years he has been earning his existence as a street racer. It all started when he was 19 and someone from the same university as him challenged him to a race. Jason was driving a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T back then, powered by the 426 Hemi. He still owns that car actualy, but he uses it more for regular driving nowadays. He participated at some racing lessons when he was in his early 20's but aside from that, all his skills and experience were gained from street racing. Jason has a crew and owns a car shop in which they all work together. Aside from the shop and street races, Jason also earns his existence as a wheelman and can be hired by anyone that needs a good driver for whatever job he wants done. He is not greedy and accepts whatever payment he is given, what matters is that he's paid. Jason has been doying this for 4 years now and is one of the most desirable wheelmen in town, he is also one of the few. Jason always dreamed of owning a Viper. It was his dream car. So two years ago, he decided to buy a 2009 Dodge Viper ACR from the internet page of a dealer. Aside from cars, Jason also likes guns, owning a few, including some rifles. He always carries one when he is out of the house, mostly a SIG Sauer P229 chambered in .40 S&W, given the fact that most of the wheelman jobs he is assigned are criminal. Jason is open-minded, stubborn and sometimes sarcastic. He is very confident in himself and his skills and you will never see him back down out of anything. He always follows the heart, paying little to no attention to what his brain says. He is friendly but very distrustful of strangers. He is loyal to the bone when it comes to his friends and family and will do whatever for them. He is not a hot-headed man but he will react if he's pushed too much to the edge. How he will react depends on his current mood.
Vehicle: 2009 Dodge Viper ACR
The car also has the "Hardcore Package", which takes away 40 lbs of weight from the car by removing certain components.
Last edited by TheStinger; 11-24-2012 at 01:29 PM.
Name: Neil Flint
Bio/Personality: From Glasgow, Scotland, Neil tends to be one of those drivers who always is on the edge. His M3 GTS is a very special vehicle indeed- and it reflects him in a way. Someone with some flair, yet a good degree of talent when shit gets nasty. A person you can count on- but only for so long, and if he ticks, he will get pissed.
He joined local car-thieving gangs after he left school, but by no means was an idiot. Socially and mentally above average, he worked his way through the gang, of his mates and cunts alike. He failed to realize any potential in himself afterward- and what he did to get to where he is now is a miracle. His mates were doing nothing big- and Neil already had his eyes on the big time. He wanted more than a joyride in a shitty Corsa- he wanted to get the bigger thefts. After stealing a Ferrari 360, and selling it onto a group of Russians to export, illegally, this doesn't seem like much. However, the fact that he was 20 when he did it showed his criminal knowledge, but that was also something he didn't plan to keep as a hobby for long. Purchasing a Ford Focus RS, of which he still fondly remembers, he entered illegal races, not only in Scotland but further afield, in Europe. After two years of work, he moved to America, aware that in Europe, he had outlived his purpose. He wanted to get away from it, and go to where he knew the racing scene was on fire- in Miami, Florida, to be specific. Moving over, he sold off his apartment and Focus, and bought a M3 GTS, never regretting the purchase. He quickly got into local racing, doing it from time to time along with a set of odd jobs- most of which criminal. Occasionally moving packages, such as drugs and guns. Even himself, he carries around a Glock 17 whenever he can, knowing that it never hurts to carry a gun in the rough areas of Miami. Recently, he has started working for a new boss, someone who already, Neil regrets working for. Driving to the airfield, Neil stands as one more driver on the crew.
Vehicle: 2012 BMW M3 GTS
Last edited by kingkonrad; 11-24-2012 at 07:24 AM.
Credit to Storyboy's Store!
Moderate interest has now been shown. I might just get a CS up by tomorrow afternoon.
Cool, I'll have my CS by the end of the week and then we can probably start. Currently moving out of my house so please bear with me.
Name: Marcel Leroy
Appearance: Marcel is 5' 6" and weighs 162 Lbs. He has blue gray eyes and short brown hair.
Bio/Personality: Leroy was born in Strasbourg, Alsace, France the only child of Robert and Regina Leroy (who died in 2005 and 2012, respectively) and grew up in Nordheim. He competed in fencing and became a four-time Alsatian champion. He left school in 1992 but resumed taking classes in 1994, aiming at vocational training in computer engineering. On 12 September 1994, in parallel with his classes, he started working as an IT specialist at the Socalec company near the Airport, where he was the oldest apprentice and already noted for his daring/reckless driving style and his tendency not to be punctual. He could count, though, on the understanding of his boss, who was himself fascinated by speed and owned a Ferrari Testarossa 512 TR.
In 1995, at age 21, he quit his job and classes and definitely turned his attention to racing. In 1998, he started entering events in the French CitroŽn Saxo Trophy series, winning the title in 1999.
The 2002 season was Leroy's first as a WRC driver with the CitroŽn Total World Rally Team, although the team only participated in seven rounds in the build-up to their full entry the following year. Leroy started the season by provisionally winning the Monte Carlo Rally, after racing under appeal due to a two-minute time penalty incurred by an illegal tire change during the second day. CitroŽn considered the penalty too severe but later withdrew the appeal, and Leroy lost the race. Leroy later took his debut victory at the Rallye Deutschland in Germany.
In 2003, his first full season in the championship, Leroy won three WRC events, Monte Carlo, Germany and Sanremo, before losing in the Wales Rally Great Britain. Leroy's reputation grew as he defeated his more illustrious team mates over the course of the season. At the end of the year, he earned the title "Champion of Champions" by winning the Race of Champions.
Since 1998, Leroy has won 76 world Racing titles. Marcel Leroy tends to be very focused while driving and is considered a fierce competitor. He does not like to lose.
Vehicle: 2012 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta
Last edited by Gunther; 11-23-2012 at 06:19 PM.
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