FiveM is a community created multiplayer mod for GTA V, and the Project Homecoming server is essentially a racing-oriented version of GTA Online. These videos will showcase the special "Random All" racing mode that provides incredibly entertaining experiences.
These videos present all the best fully upgraded cars in GTA Online for use when racing. Shown in multiple formats, every vehicle in the game has been tested and ranked based on lap time. A sequel to the highly popular "Fastest Vehicles In GTA V" series which was based on vehicles in their stock forms.
A spin-off of the "Best Fully Upgraded Cars Series", these videos aim to show the absolute top speeds of fully upgraded cars in GTA Online in a controlled testing environment. Some mathematics was even used to work them out (check the descriptions of the videos for more information). Hopefully these will be helpful to those who want to see a different aspect of car performance rather than simply circuit testing.
Gfred is a unique cross-map trialthlon-style cannonball run race which involves cycling, swimming, running, driving, and parachuting. It has grown in popularity over the years and is now a permanent feature on my main channel.
The Stewards Room serves as a continuation of my original Racing School series where we'll look at incidents, crashes, and other proper racing situations to learn more about what you can and can't do when racing against others.
This "new gen" specific content creator series is where you'll find video walkthroughs of, and links to, all my created racing circuits across a variety of platforms. In these videos I attempt to create the best racing circuits I can whilst utilising as much of the content creator as we get in terms of functionality.