In the mesmerizing city of Venice, where narrow canals weave through historic architecture, a heart-pounding car chase unfolds, defying the tranquility of the romantic waterways. “Venetian Velocity” takes us on an adrenaline-fueled journey through the winding streets and bridges, transforming the iconic city into a high-octane playground.
Our protagonist, a skilled and daring driver named Marco, finds himself unwittingly caught in a dangerous web of intrigue. As he navigates the labyrinthine alleys and squares of Venice, a gang of ruthless criminals relentlessly pursues him. With the echoing sounds of screeching tires and revving engines, Marco’s nimble car becomes an extension of his fearless spirit, maneuvering through the city’s tight corners and narrow passages with precision and agility.
A small nimble car is needed for a car chase around the streets of Venice
1969 Trim year
Wheelbase no bigger than 2.41m
Sedan/Hatches Minimum 2+2 seats maximum 5
Coupe’s can be 2 seat, Coupe must be a convertible.
$10,000 Max Price
Production needs to buy a few cars incase of accidents and for spares.
No race parts
This includes Turbo and N/A Race headers, DCOEs and Semislicks.
Fuel - 92 Leaded
Techpool default +5 all round for engine AND trim
No limits on Quality
You will get one resubmission before the deadline
Naming Scheme and Deadlines
Model name: TMCC28 – [your forum name]
Engine family name: TMCC28 – [your forum name]
Rules deliberation will be until Sunday 21st May 13:00 GMT
Entries will close Sunday 4th June 23:59 GMT
Other notes about rules
An Interior is recommended (Seat, Dashboard and Steering wheel counts)
Lightly modified is acceptable, ie: Extra fogs, racing stripes, aftermarket wheels (all for the period)
Advanced trim settings are all free, don’t make it look like something it isn’t.
Looking for other inspirations if you know of any.
Get in the mood here:
The Italian Job | Soundtrack Suite (Quincy Jones) - YouTube
Written with the help of ChatGPT, any resemblence to the dreams of real people is entirely unintended, my spreadsheet held up ok last time so I’ll use it again