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2023.06.03 04:57 nimmoisa000 Open world crime game idea Cartel: Palm City.

Developed by Hangar 13, DICE, Ripple Effect Studios, EA Gothenburg, and Criterion Games and published by EA.
Additionally former EA Black Box and Ghost Games employees who would help access game assets and code from previous NFS titles to streamline the development)
Cartel (or alternatively as “Cartel: Palm City” or "Cartel: Miami" ) would be an open world title based on the Mafia Games, the GTA games and the Saints Row games, with elements of Battlefield: Hardline thrown in with an array of weapons and vehicles based on their real life counterparts.
Gameplay wise the driving would be like Need for Speed titles, and on foot and shooting mechanics like BF: Hardline and Saints Row. Plus you can customize your cars and weapons to the same extent in BF: 2042 and some cars would allow for mounted weapons,on foot you can execute people with your equipped weapon like in The Godfather games. On foot would be an FPS view (you can change to a third person view as well) same with having an FPS view in your car.
There would an single player experience point system (like in BF Hardline single player) you gain XP from killing gangsters, and cops blowing up or capturing enemy vehicles and completing main missions, side missions and activities also there will be 15 levels to achieve with each level up unlocking new weapons, vehicles and customization for your weapons and vehicles. As well as a New Game Plus (NG+) where everything you unlocked is carried over and you can also play on the higher difficulties through NG+.
Also there would be five wanted levels for police and five vendetta levels for the gangs should you reach level five gang vendetta you start a Gang War there are three ways to stop a Gang War either bribe the feds, blow up a gang stronghold, or hide out in a safe house. Police wanted levels one and two local units would come after the player, at police wanted level two or three the state police would come after the player. At wanted level four and five the feds would come after the player. The military will only come after the player if they trespass in Fort Rockport or the Palmount Naval Shipyard
The Storyline
In Cartel: Palm City; in a different universe and timeline where there's a total prohibition of all narcotics in the United States in 2010; tells the story of Jack Rourke (the player character) a hardworking rideshare driver at day and a street racer at night who's scraping by in Palm City circa 2019. One fateful night, Jack Rourke has an inadvertent brush with the Blackwell Syndicate (mainly Carl Stoddard and that showcases a life of reward too big to ignore. As he joins the Blackwell Syndicate who are fighting for control of Palm City against five other criminal groups and take the city for the Blackwell Syndicate including recovering evidence that could not only convict the Blackwell Syndicate, as well as a network of crime lords in many countries, (including the other gang’s backers) including the Blackwell Syndicate's backers the Mob and it would also directly implicate the CIA in Palm City’s drug trade with Jack Rourke earning the nickname “El Sicario” for his efforts in driving the other gangs out of Palm City. When he learns how much the drugs were hurting the people of Palm City and all over the country as well as learning that the Blackwell Syndicate had gotten into the drug trade themselves, he contacts FBI agent Chase Linh who relays the story to her and offers the evidence and his testimony in exchange for full immunity for him and his associates, and the evidence on the computer was enough to convict everyone form all the five gangs, but also their crime lord backers from at least half a dozen countries, as well implicating the CIA in this as well as lobbying efforts to keep all narcotics prohibited, leading to a new administration repealing the Narcotics Prohibition law and legalizing low level cannabis. However six months later after the repeal of the Narcotics Prohibition Jack Rourke would be gunned down by Russian Mafia hitmen, Dimitri "Dima '' Mayakovsky and Henry "Black" Blackburn.
The Cast
List of activities
Weapon attachments
40mm Grenades, 40mm HE, 40mm Incendiary, 40mm CS, 40mm Dart, 40mm Flashbang, 40mm LVG, 40mm Smoke, 40mm 3GL.
Weapon list
Key: Base weapon (special variant)
Other: Nail Gun
Mission Structure
Prolog (2019)
  1. The Birth of Art - After winning a big race, Jack Rourke collects the winnings at the Palm City Historical Museum
  2. An Offer you Can't Refuse - Jack Rourke must evade Volk sicarios with Tyson Lachford and Carl Stoddard members of the Blackwell Syndicate
  3. Race Day - After the events of the last mission, Jack Rourke partakes in a race day event and wins three events with his Porsche 911 Carrera S (991) '12
  4. Running Man - Volk sicarios Niko and Dimitri crashes the race day and Jack must get to the Blackwell Garage
Chapter 1 (2019-2021)
  1. M34 Party - Jack Rourke joins the Blackwell Syndicate and gets acquainted with everyone before going with Tyson in a Pontiac GTO '05 to burn the Volk's cars with M34 Incendiary Grenades as well as stealing GMAC's Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4
  2. Standard Routine - Jack Rourke rolls with Tyson, Stoddard and Jonathan Cross to collect protection money but things go south when they collect from a hotel out of town and Jack Rourke chases after the hotel owner in Cross' car.
  3. Fair Play - Jack Rourke is tasked with stealing Ryan Cooper's Nissan 240SX and sabotaging it on the eve of the biggest Speedhunter race of the year, the SpeedHunter Championship Finals and in a last minute swap Jack Rourke has to race in place of Tyler Morgan
  4. Mia Townsend - Jack Rourke is tasked with taking Mia Townsend out for a night at the city... until a gang of Wraith street racers led by Caleb Reece hassles her and Jack Rourke takes them on in a fight
  5. Get Used To It - After the events of the previous mission Jack Rourke and Tyson Latchford are sent to teach the Wraiths a lesson But Caleb Reece makes it serious and Caleb Reece is wound up being killed by Tyson after a chase around the city alongside Danny Shaw.
  6. The Saint and The Sinner - It's revealed thtat Caleb Reece was Chief Norris' best friend, and Danny Shaw survives the crash however Stoddard would handle Shaw as Jack Rourke is tasked with infiltrating the Elmore Plaza Hotel and has to kill the manager, Nikki Morris and bomb the hotel before escaping to a funeral and confronts, Danny Shaw and Frank Mercer who are also in attendance. Jack Rourke kills Shaw and nearly kills Frank as well. But Frank tasers Rourke and escapes. It would be revealed that some of the Volk sicarios recognized Sotddard and had to deal with them, then the two escaped in a hearse.
Chapter 2 (2021)
  1. A Trip to the Countryside - In order to get a large supply of cannabis from Mexico, Jack Rourke takes a team to retrieve the Mexican from Mexican smugglers only to be ambushed by Los Zetas L.S 16 and Volk sicarios, then it's revealed that Roman had paid off the FBI to go after Rourke and his teammates then they came off with the cannabis killing their pursuers in the process.
  2. Code of Silence - The evidence that Tyson and Stoddard had ripped from the Volk had fallen in the hands of Hector Maio who cut a deal with the FBI, total immunity for the evidence and Jack Rouke is tasked with killing him and retrieving the evidence
  3. Visiting Rich People - Jack Rourke is tasked with sabotaging a federal proscutor's case against The Mob, the Blackwell Syndicate's backers as well as killing the federal prosecutor in charge of the case.
  4. Visiting Powerful People - Jack Rourke is tasked with meeting and protecting a powerful member of Palm City's elite, the owner of Prefered Outcomes Julian Daws... though he more than meets the eyes of Jack Rourke
  5. Agent Dawes - Julian Daws is revealed to be a CIA agent who is tasked with keeping the flow of drugs to Jack's surprise and that he is backing the Blackwell Syndicate through Prefered Outcomes.
  6. The Drug Trade - Julian Daws walks Jack Rourke through Palm City's drug trade and how the illicit street racing scene is used as a cover to smuggle drugs.
  7. Great Deal - Tyson Lachford scores a major deal with a drug farm in Georgia who promises to supply them with large amounts of drugs in exchange for access to databases concerning highway patrol routes; however when the deal goes down at a parking garage, the Volk and L.S 16 ambush them.
  8. Bon Appetit - Jack Rourke drives Eva Torrez, Marcus Blackwell and Julian Daws to the rebuilt Elmore Plaza Hotel for brunch only for Niko and Dimirti with a Volk hit squad to blast the entire lobby with gunfire and C4 explosives, Jack Rourke vaults over with Eva Torrez, Marcus Blackwell and Julian Daws, there Jack Rourke and Eva Torrez rush out through the side entrance and confronts the hit squad with Jack Rourke killing both Niko and Dimirti. However Blackwell wants Jack to confront Jonathan Cross at a doughnut store and reveals that the Volk threatened to turn him over to IAD and is chased throughout the city with Marcus Blackwell putting Cross on permanent retirement by killing him with a Lupara.
Chapter 3 (Finishing the other gangs and downfall of Jack Rourke) (late 2021)
  1. Happy Anniversary - Jack Rourke is tasked with completing a contract hit against Frank Mercer at the fifth anniversary of the formation of the High-Speed Task Force by firing a sniper rifle stashed in a bathroom
  2. You Lucky Bastard - After a failed attempt to kill Razor; Roman's personal driver and #2 of the Volk, Jack Rourke is given the contract to kill Razor, first by car bomb but ends up killing Deputy Chief Jack Keller. instead of Razor. Jack Rourke, Tyson and Stoddard would later find Razer at a Burger King. In this Rourke can choose to kill or spare Razor. Rourke would spare him after he tells him that the CIA is deeper in Palm City's drug trade than Jack Rourke is led to believe
  3. Creme de la Creme - Marcus Blackwell plans to kill Roman, Niko, Demintri and Chan Wu in front of the city's Creme de la Creme, the mayor, the police chief, the FBI director and even the city's richest elite. However things go south and Jack Rourke chases Roman and Niko at the airport where they get to a private jet but is shot down and crash lands on the Cross Mermeroral Bridge Chan Wu is still alive and Jack Rourke executes him and leaves before the cops show up.
  4. Plugging the Chief - After the events of Creme de la Creme; Chief Norris places to take on the Blackwell Syndicate and to dismantle them, and a contract hit is placed on him where Jack Rourke accepts the contract and kills Chief Norris.
  5. Election Campaign - The State Governor had launched his reelection bid with the promise get tough on the cartels that had plagued Palm City and like Chief Norris has a contract hit out on him which Jack Rourke is tasked with taking, using a sniper rifle
  6. Just for Relaxation - Marcus Blackwell tells Jack Rourke about a shipment of Cuban cigars as well as a hidden shipment of diamonds (hot ice) straight from Africa however and Jack Rourke takes a crew to retrieve the shipment from federal customs however it's revealed that instead of diamonds it's Cold Shot... the same drug being pushed by the other gangs.
  7. The Truth - Jack Rourke and Kahi Minh Dao eavesdrop on Marcus Blackwell and Julain Daws and they learn the truth.
  8. Moonlighting - Jack Rourke after knowing about the truth takes Tyson to rob the Palm CIty First National in order to retire from the sicario lifestyle and gets into a massive shootout with the PCPD Heat-style.
  9. The Death of Art - After the heist of Palm City First National Jack Rourke finds Tyson dead and meets Stoddard at the museum only to find out that Stoddard knew about the heist, and used his share of the drug money and clout at Prefered Outcomes to buy out The7 as his personal hit squad, however Jack Rourke manages to kill every member of The7 but spares Stoddard (the player can also kill him but canonically Jack Rourke spares him)
Epilogue (2022)
After the trial and the repeal of the Jack Rurke is placed in the Witness Protection Program in Lakeshore City but six months later after the repeal of the Narcotics Prohibition Jack Rourke would be gunned down by members of the West Side Club, Dimitri "Dima" Mayakovsky and Henry "Black" Blackburn.
The Gangs of Palm City
L.S 16 (Los Salmos 16) - Also known as The Salmos. Backed by the most powerful Mexican drug lords and the most powerful arms traffickers in the world, L.S 16 once ruled all of Palm City In fear until The House stepped in. They’re also the strongest gang in the game with access to military grade weapons and vehicles and each gang kill from them awards 500-1,500 XP depending on the enemy type. They are led by Neil Roark.
The House - The House is a gambling gang with strong ties and backed by the Sicilian Mafia; they run the street scene and the casinos in Palm City. They’re pretty strong but weaker than L.S 16, and they have access to military grade weapons and vehicles each gang kills from them awards 250-800 XP depending on the enemy type. Headed by Lina Navarro.
The Volk - The Volk is a Chinese-Russian gang led by Roman Barkov with Niko Barkov as their enforcer backed by the Triads (Chan Wu), the Russian Mob (Dimitri Glebov), and GMAC's crew (Gregory "GMAC" MacDonald, Rose Largo) for cars who control the weapon smuggling and arms dealing in Palm City. With this backing and access to military grade weapons. They are a mid tier gang and each gang kill from them awards 200-600 XP depending on the enemy type. They are also the ones who go after the Blackwell Syndicate the most.
Palm Kings - The Palm Kings (PKs) is a Black gang made up of Black nationalists who controls Palm Harbor’s rackets and extorts store owners. Led by Benny King, they’re equipped with police-grade weaponry and has strong ties with the PCPD despite this, they are the second weakest gang in the game and each gang kill from them awards 150-500 XP depending if it's a regular to elite
Dixie Paladins - The Dixie Paladins are a white supremacy gang and a militarized version of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) who controls the Gold Coast Mountains in the mountainous regions of Palm City. they’re the weakest gang in the game and each gang kill from them awards 100-250 XP from regular to elite members. They are led by Tony Alpert
Blackwell Syndicate - The Blackwell Syndicate is a underground criminal organization based in Palm City and is led by Marcus Blackwell with Julian “Julius” Little as underboss, Hector Maio before "Code of Silence" and Zack Maio after "Code of Silence". Nick Mendoza. Khai Minh Dao and Carl Stoddard are caporegimes and Tyson Latchford, Tyler "Ty" Morgan, Sean "Mac" McAlister, Jessica "Jess" Miller as soldiers. Other members include Ravindra "Rav" Chaudhry as the gang's car expert Rachel Teller as the gang's customization expert, Marcus “Boomer” Boone as the gang's weapon experts. The Blackwell Syndicate would be the gang that the player would join. In Act 1, they're an outside and fast tracked to soldier, but in Act 2 the player would be a capo until the end of the game. They are secretly backed by both The Mob and the CIA through Agent Dawes. Jonathan Cross and Mia Townsend are also on the gang's payroll until "Bon Appetit" where Marcus Blackwell executes him with a 870P Magnum to the head. Also Mia would also go with Jack Rourke as well
The police/military force
PCPD - the police force of Palm City/Miami if the player does hostile acts (killing civilians, firing unsuppressed weapons in public, etc) will attract police attention and each kill from them awards 50 XP for regular members and 100 XP for armored members, However the player can bribe the PCPD to look the other way or will even help the player fight the other gangs but would be the target of higher level police forces. (Sort of like it was in The Godfather game) The player can also buy favors from them as well. Also they’ll deploy stronger units at higher heat level alongside the FBI. The cars PCPD drives are the Ford Crown Victoria, Dodge Challenger, Pontiac GTO, and the Chevy Grand Sport
Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) - The state police force and Only appears in wanted levels 3 and above, Each kill from them awards 75 XP for regular state troopers and 150 XP for tactical state troopers. Regular state troopers drives Ford Mustang GTs tactical state troopers drives Nissan GT-R
FBI - Only appears in wanted level 5 the FBI will be called in if the player continues to retaliate against the PCPD. Each kill from them awards 125 XP for regular agents, 250 XP for FBI SWAT and 375 XP for FBI HRT, Like the PCPD the player can bribe the FBI to look the other way, or even help the player fight gangs, or the PCPD but at the second highest price. The FBI also has the second widest array of favors the player can buy. regular agents drives the Nissan 350Z or Porsche 911 GT3 RS, FBI SWAT drives the - Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster or Ford F-150 SVT Raptor L.E. and FBI HRT drives the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X or Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR
Military - Only goes after the player if they trespass in Fort Rockport or the Palmount Naval Shipyard. Each kill from them awards 200 XP for regs, 400 XP for experienced troops and 600 XP for elite troops. Like the PCPD, State Police and the FBI, the player can bribe the military to look the other way, or even help the player fight gangs, the PCPD, State Police or even the FBI but at the highest price and The military also has the widest array of favors the player can buy in large part due to Agent Dawes’ connections in Washington.
Multiplayer portion of the game would take place during the five cartels war where the Blackwell Syndicate, The Volk, Palm Kings, Dixie Paldines, Los Salmos 16, and The House (basically where Jack Rourke glosses over saying "It was non-stop chaos for weeks")
Also there would be a free ride mode where the player can explore the city at their leisure or pick a fight with either other cartels or the cops.
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2023.06.02 22:34 MadelineWuntch Defending The Draft: Denver Broncos

When unfortunate sporting historians of the future look back on the Denver Broncos 5-win 2022 NFL season there will be a lot said of Mr Unlimited’s rather limited performances and Nathaniel’s inability to hack it as a head coach and rightly so.
However, I think it’s important to at least mention the Broncos strange love affair with the medical room. 21 players took a trip to IR, multiple key starters fell victim to season ending injuries including Tim Patrick, Garett Bolles and Javonte Williams.
And in spite of all of the depressing dog doo-doo the Broncos lost by a single score an astounding 8 times. So that’s something right?
Moving into 2023, General George Paton hired his alternate namesake and former Saints Head Coach Sean Payton for the princely sum of pick 29 in the 2023 NFL Draft (Denver also sent a 2nd rounder in 2024 and received a 3rd rounder in 2024).
Only a few weeks after the appointment of Sean Payton the NFL entered its Free Agency period which led to some big changes at Mile High.
15 players were let go to sign elsewhere around the league but not an awful lot in terms of quality.
Dre’Mont Jones, DE - Seattle Seahawks (3 year, $51 Million) Dre’mont grew into a solid contributor for Denver but I’m glad the Broncos didn’t re-sign him for the money Seattle has. By far the most talented to leave the team in free agency but only a very slight miss.
Calvin Anderson, T - New England Patriots (2 year, $7 Million) Not a splashy name by any means but Anderson knew his role and performed well when called upon, A solid backup with starter experience.
Andrew Beck, FB/TE - Houston Texans (2 year, $6.25 Million) Beck is another reliable contributor who seems to have joined a number of former Broncos in moving to Houston recently. A former Salute to Service Award winner.
Mike Boone, RB - Houston Texans (2 year, $3.1 Million) Boone is a fantastic option to have for Special Teams play, however he lacks real quality when running the ball. There was optimism when he initially signed in Denver but that appears to have fallen to the wayside as he moves on rather silently.
Graham Glasgow, G - Detroit Lions (1 year, $2.75 Million) The Broncos offensive line has been offensive to watch for years. Glasgow however has been one of the bright spots, especially when he played at centre at parts in 2022.
Brandon McMacus, K - Jacksonville Jaguars (1 year, $2 Million) The last member of the Super Bowl 50 winning team has left Dove Valley. In a somewhat surprising but expected move if you look at his declining performances Denver only recently moved on from McManus. It was the right time but it sure is a sad sight to see.
De’Shawn Williams, DE - Carolina Panthers (1 year, $1.75 Million) Losing both Jones and Williams is a slight concern in terms of depth. Although Williams isn’t as productive as his former teammate he’s certainly a steal for the Panthers as a rotational/back up. He’s arguably serviceable as a starter as well and knows the defensive staff in Carolina very well.
Eric Saubert, TE - Miami Dolphins (1 year, $1.68 Million) I forgot Eric was even on the team, his receiving qualities aren’t much to go crazy for with 15 recs and 148 yards on a career best 2022 season and his run blocking isn’t fantastic either albeit it is his stronger game.
Billy Turner, T - New York Jets (1 year, $1.5 Million) Billy was a sad loss back in 2018 when he first left for Green Bay. However he couldn’t really get started and spent large parts of the season on IR.
Latavius Murray, RB - Buffalo Bills (1 year, $1.3 Million) Latavius is the biggest loss for Denver in my opinion. The only member of the team who showed passion, drive and self respect throughout his short lived time in Colorado. The Bills have a solid contributor who will definitely fit the pound the rock ethos.
Chase Edmonds, RB - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1 year, $1.1 Million) We never got to see what Chase could do in Denver and maybe that’s a good thing if his seasons with Miami are anything to go by. I’m sure he’ll do well in Tampa’s pass heavy offence as a backup catching back.
Eric Tomlinson, TE - Free Agent Most of you have probably never heard of Eric Tomlinson and there's a good reason for that. He’s also still without a team after signing with the Texans for 15 days back in March.
Darius Phillips, CB - Houston Texans (1 year, $1 Million) Darius got a few snaps on defence but spent most of his time on special teams, a rather average contributor by any metric but does have a fair amount of starting experience in the league.
Brett Rypien, QB - Los Angeles Rams (1 year, $1 Million) Broncos fans love this guy. He’s not good at football in a practical sense and he’s likely not going to help the Rams secure any wins but he’s a really smart dude and most likely a future coach. Not to mention its fun to say “Let ‘Em Ryp” if he does ever play.
Corliss Waitman, P - New England Patriots (1 year, $1 Million) There is no chance this man will be playing for the Patriots in 2023. Punting for Denver should be quite easy compared to most of the league but Waitman set out to prove us all wrong on that one. Easily the worst punter I’ve seen in Denver for a good few years.
Lamar Jackson, CB - Kansas City Chiefs (1 year, $1 Million) Lamar didn’t really get an opportunity to feature in Denver, I’m fairly sure he’ll be a camp body in KC as well so there’s not much to add on this one.
Although we let a lot of players leave, I think we managed to re-sign the most important of all the players with contracts expiring.
Alex Singleton, MLB (3 year, $18 Million) I’m telling you now, this man is elite. His season started a little slow but he came to town with 21-tackles (19 solo) against Divisional Rivals the LA Chargers. He did a similar thing in week 15 vs the Rams where he totalled another 20 tackles.
Overall I think Singleton is starting to peak and turn into a real force in this league.
Kareem Jackson, S (1 year, $1.3 Million) Kareem has far exceeded the expectations Broncos fans had for him when he joined from Houston in 2019. Initially as a corner and later taking over a strong safety Jackson has been brilliant, his heavy hitting style has made him a fan favourite and I’m pleased to see him back yet again.
Cameron Fleming, T (1 year, $2.3 Million) Fleming was a decent enough back up for the team in 2022 that unfortunately ended up starting more than everyone would have wanted. He’s a great depth addition to bring back, let's hope it remains a depth option though.
With so many departures comes a long list of new faces for the Broncos. 13 new players joined in free agency and whilst some are better than others there’s certainly been a clear direction that Sean Payton is heading in. big men, very big men.
Mike McGlinchey, RT - (5 year, $87.5 Million) I’ve been a big McGlinchey fan since the days of his nasty Notre Dame O-Line, where he lined up alongside Quenton Nelson. Mike’s play for the 49ers whilst good has had some rather concerning points with his lack of success vs speed rushers being the overwhelmingly obvious. We’re reaching a point where McGlinchey is living off of his college performances much like Jadeveon Clowney is still renowned for “the hit”. I do believe mcGlinchey will look like a hall of famer in comparison to every Broncos Right Tackle of the past 10 years and I do believe he’ll be successful in what the Broncos want to do which is run the ball down your throat. Denver has stability at both tackle positions and that’s only going to be a positive.
Ben Powers, G - (4 year, $52 Million) The quickest path to the quarterback is the straightest. It’s important Wilson is protected from the interior of his pocket and Ben certainly has powers in that department. I don’t think it would be an understatement to call Ben Powers elite in pass pro and whilst his run blocking seems to be improving it's not fantastic. Nonetheless I think this is very similar to the McGlinchey situation where we’ve slightly overpaid but the team will have a massive upgrade at Guard.
Zach Allen, DE - (3 year, $45.75 Million) I like Allen but the concern for me here is this past year was a career year for him, and with such a small sample size of good but not elite play I struggle with the idea that he will repeat his 2022 success in 2023. His contract doesn’t appear to be overly friendly either with $19 Million in 2024 cap scheduled in the books along with half of his 2025 salary guaranteed as well.
I don’t think he’ll be a bad signing, his familiarity with DC and former Broncos HC Vance Joseph will be a good thing but for the 3rd signing in a row, and perhaps the most egregious the Broncos have overpaid for their man.
Jarrett Stidham, QB (2 year, $10 Million) I like this move a lot, Stidham is a high end back up who can provide enough of a threat to Russ that he can win games in Denver if called upon. In reality he’s a backup but a back up you can certainly have confidence in.
Chris Manhertz, TE (2 year, $6 Million) I liked the Stidham signing, I love the Manhertz signing. He’s not flashy and he isn’t going to show up anywhere with big stats, however Manhertz has consistently been an elite blocking tight end for years and its players like him that make the difference on short yardage situations.
Samaje Perine, RB (2 year, $7.5 Million) This seems to be another Sean Payton inspired move. Initially Perine was never thought of as a back who could catch out of the backfield but his year spent with Cool guy Joe Burrow in Cincinnati has shown he’s more than capable of being that guy. Working in a committee alongside Javonte Williams should bring success to this lifeless Denver offense in 2023.
Michael Burton, FB (1 year, $1.3 Million) Burton has played for Sean Payton before and that will be incredibly useful for obvious reasons. Burton has been a blocking fullback for most of his career but has shown the ability to run and catch when called upon. I like this move and its a clear upgrade on Beck.
Tremon Smith, CB/Returner (2 year, $5 Million) If Smith is only going to be a returner then I think Denver have once again overpaid for a player coming off a bad year in a position declining in value. I do think Smith can rebound and have the type of year he’s been having since 2018. Not to mention there isn’t a chance Smith can be anywhere near as bad as Montrell Washington had been in 2022.
Riley Dixon, P (2 year, $3.5 Million) Riley was drafted by Denver in 2016 before being traded to the Giants a few years down the line. Despite the advantageous altitude in Denver, Dixon wasn’t a very good punter for the team in his 2 seasons. However, in a move that shows how bad this team really has been Dixon will still be a big improvement over Corliss Waitman and thus this needs to be considered an upgrade.
Marquez Callaway, WR (1 year, $1.1 Million) Former Sean Payton disciple Callaway reuniting in Denver is a good thing from my perspective. During Payton’s last season in New Orleans Callaway managed to put up 6 touchdowns in 46 receptions. The Broncos have a busy WR room but its a room that is yet to be healthy together so this move makes sense from all angles.
Kyle Fuller, C (1 year, $1.1 Million) I don’t expect Fuller to see the field unless there’s another injury disaster as he’s arguably 3rd on the depth chart. I’m glad the team have started to add some much needed depth but there’s also a solid chance that Fuller doesn’t Fill out the roster in 2023.
Following free agency most Broncos fans felt the team needed some further reinforcements but with so few picks available to start the 2023 NFL Draft many were left wondering what kind of magic George Paton could cook up to fill the team with contributing players.
#63: Marvin Mims, WR (Oklahoma) I don’t think anybody foresaw the Broncos trading up in the 2nd round to take a wide receiver. And whilst it's not a huge need, especially with the depth addition of Marquez Callaway in free agency, I do think it's a very good pick.
K.J. Hamler has failed to stay fit and this all but spells the end for his time in Denver in my opinion. It’s no wonder the Broncos front office couldn’t resist the opportunity to take a player with 4.38 speed and a 2-year college average of 20 yards per reception. I can see his ability to line up anywhere coming in very handy in a high motion Denver offense.
What I find spectacular about Mims is his ability to genuinely do everything. He can take the top off a defense, take screens in space for first downs, and generally play well in the short, medium and long game. There'll be some minor concerns over a Oklahoma running limited route trees but given Payton’s creativity and the likelihood of being moved around to capitalize on speed mismatches I don’t really feel those concerns are overly warranted.
#67: Drew Sanders, LB (Arkansas) I think Sanders has a real shot of being the best player selected in the 2023 NFL Draft when we look back in a few years time. He was a 5-star recruit at Alabama before transferring to Arkansas in 2022. Nick Saban has since said last summer that Sanders “probably would have started” for Alabama in one of the deepest pass rushing units in college. Ultimately he starred for the Razorbacks where his athletic prowess, versatility and toughness helped him notch up 9.5 Sacks (2nd in SEC) and 103 tackles.
His ability to play inside and outside will delight Vance Joseph who will end up using him very heavily in blitz packages from both the edge and middle linebacker positions. Ultimately we’re relying on a player's superior athletic abilities to give him the edge until he learns the nuances of NFL football.
His tackle consistency vs the run needs heavy improvement if he wants to be a 3-down player for Denver at either the edge or inside linebacker positions. Part of his problem so far has been a tendency to bite on fakes and misdirections and although his athleticism has managed to shine through at the College level it won’t be as successful at the NFL level.
#83: Riley Moss, CB (Iowa) Moss, in theory, has everything you would look for in an NFL corner with the exception of real top end speed. He’s tall and rangey with good tackling instincts but there are some shortcomings which will likely affect his NFL future as a cornerback. Moss typically leaves a bit too much cushion in zone coverage which can lead to explosive receivers leaving him in the dust. In man coverage he’ll often leave the underneath to compensate for his lack of top end speed; his aforementioned tackling skills at least thrive here.
His run support is likely going to make him a real runner for the slot corner position in zone packages but his shortcomings may also lead to Vance Joseph wanting to move him to safety eventually. The biggest advantage he has going forward is his versatility otherwise he may end up as a special teams contributor only.
#183: JL Skinner, S (Boise State) Drafted predominantly for his size, Skinner stands at 6’4, hits hard and plays to his strengths. Against the run Skinner performs admirably and has fantastic angles when pursuing the runner. In coverage he’s equally as solid with the ball skills to force interceptions and pass breakups.
I can only see Skinner on a trajectory to the top and I'm excited to see him in Denver. Ultimately it will be his responsibility to cover Travis Kelce, Michael Mayer and Gerald Everett twice a year.
#257: Alex Forsyth, C (Oregon) I think the Broncos wanted to draft a center, I don’t believe that man was supposed to be Alex Forsyth. Whilst he’s good value for the 7th round, I imagine they would have rather had the opportunity to take John Michael Schmitz or Joe Tippmann. I’m not sure how this pick is going to work out. On one hand I can see him being part of the same dominant force that allowed his backs ro average 5 yards per play in Oregon but on the other hand he’s a penalty machine much like Garrett Bolles was to start his career.
Overall I think the Broncos did the best they could with the selections they had. It would have been nice to see a tackle for the first time in 6 years or another running back to support Javonte and Samaje.
My concerns with the class is that although they're talented they weren't all the biggest needs this off season.
I can see all of them with the exception of Forsyth becoming a contributing level talent with Denver and over the course of their rookie contracts.
Ultimately this is how I see the roster breaking down:
QB: Russell Wilson, Jarett Stidham, Ben DiNucci HB: Javonte Williams, Samaje Perine, Tony Jones jr. FB: Michael Burton WR: Jerry Jeudy, Tim Patrick, Courtland Sutton, Marvin Mims jr, Marquez Callaway TE: Greg Dulcich, Adam Trautman, Albert Okwuegbunam, Chris Manhertz OT: Garett Bolles, Mike McGlinchey, Cam Fleming, Isaiah Prince, Quinn Bailey IOL: Ben Powers, Quin Meinerz, Lloyd Cushenberry, Alex Forsyth, Luke Wattenberg, Kyle Fuller. DL: Zach Allen, Jonathan Harris, Eyioma Uwazurike, Jonathan Cooper, D.J. Jones, Mike Purcell LOLB: Randy Gregory, Baron Browning MLB: Alex Singleton, Josey Jewell, Drew Sanders, Justin Strnad, Jonas Griffith ROLB: Nik Bonnito, Aaron Patrick CB: Pat Surtain II, Damarri Mathis, Riley Moss, K’Waun Williams, Tremon Smith FS: Justin Simmons, Jamar Johnson, Caden Sterns SS: JL Skinner, Kareem Jackson
K: TBD P: Riley Dixon R: Tremon Smith LS: Mitchell Fraboni
There’s probably one big name missing here and that’s K.J. Hamler, who I think will get cut or traded before week 1.
Moving forward into 2023 and the 2024 off season there are a few positions Denver still need to worry about. There’s huge question marks over the ability of Russell Wilson and whether he still has the ability to play at the highest level.
We’ve also got question marks at running back with Javonte Williams coming off a huge injury. Our WR room has a lot of unknowns after Courtland Suttons failure to rediscover his form after his ACL injury whilst teammate Tim Patrick is also recovering from the same injury suffered this past season.
The offensive line still needs addressing as Lloyd Cushenberry often gets bullied in the trenches and Garrett Bolles may revert under another new offensive line coach, so far Mike Munchak is the only man to get a respectable tune from the former first round pick.
Moving on to defense and there’s less issues but still big weaknesses. I’d like to see us invest more in the defensive line and outside linebacker positions with Cooper, Bonnito, Browning and Gregory all relatively unknown in a Broncos uniform.
Ultimately if I had to narrow it down the focus going forward needs to be on center, defensive end and quarterback if things will russ doesn’t improve.
Ultimately there was a lot to like about the Broncos off season changes and everything seems to be pointing towards a more successful, creative team in 2023. We look to have added steel where it mattered across the offensive line and signing Sean Payton could prove to be the biggest acquisition of the all.
Ironically, this series is called defending the draft and that’s what I’ve struggled to do here the most. I like the class, I think there’s some high impact players there for sure, but I’ve come away wishing we’d filled some other key areas a little bit better. Ultimately you can’t always have the board fall as you want it and it’s a huge improvement from the classes John Elway managed to put together.
Thank you for reading my Denver Broncos draft/off season review. I filled in as a last minute replacement so hopefully this manages to hit the right spot for everyone.


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2023.06.02 18:35 JJengaOrangeLeaf Loaner car for a build and price?

My family and I are a 1 car family. We were hit by a drunk driver and our car is totaled. We are wanting a Ford Bronco Sport and we're thinking of doing a build and price through our local dealership(they don't have any on the lot lot) but was wondering if they offer a loaner car? We have no family or friends in the area as we just relocated.
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2023.06.02 15:51 xocoai In Production!!

I love getting these little updates. I know production is pretty quick, but I’m not sure how long shipping takes. Hoping I’m able to take delivery before July 🙏 but keeping my expectations low.
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2023.06.02 15:16 krarks [Regina, SK] [H] 4080 FE [W] Paypal

Timestamp Short Timespy run
Has never been used for cryptocurrency mining of any kind.
Upgraded from a 1440p 165hz display to a 4k 144hz display from MSI and now wanting more GPU power. (The 4080 handles most 1440p gaming without a sweat and can do 4k just fine with DLSS.).

Purchased from Best Buy on December 10, 2022. Will come in the factory packaging with all included factory accessories and buyer will be sent the original receipt.
No issues with the card and minimal coil whine. You can hear for yourself in the Timespy run link as I've added a couple sound tests while under a gaming load.
Aftermarket 12VHPWR cable not included.
Price: $1325 firm, which includes shipping to anywhere in Canada.
SOLD FOR $1325 shipped.
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2023.06.02 08:55 Pige0n23 UK Part 1 (964 Speedster, 360 CS!)

70 spots:

1 - BMW 1M Coupe! [Banstead, 2020]
2 - BMW M5 E60 [Banstead, 2016]
3 - Jaguar E-Type Coupe! [Banstead, 2012]
4 - Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG W221 [Banstead, 2020]
5 - Rolls Royce Silver Shadow [Banstead, 2020]
6 - Alfa Romeo Giulia Junior [Barnet, 2008]
7 - Porsche 911 964 Speedster!! [Barnet, 2008]
8 - Porsche 911 996 GT2! [Barnet, 2008]
9 - McLaren 720S! [Bexley, 2021]
10 - Ford Focus RS 2003 [Bexleyheath, 2012]
11 - Lotus Elan M100 [Bexleyheath, 2008]
12 - Lotus 340R!! [Bickleigh, 2009]
13 - BMW M5 E60 [Birmingham, 2016]
14 - Mirage Metallic Porsche 911 964 Carrera 4! [Birmingham, 2008]
15 - Porsche 911 996 GT2! [Birmingham, 2008]
16 - Porsche 911 996 Turbo Cabriolet [Birmingham, 2010]
17 - Porsche 911 997.1 Turbo Cabriolet [Birmingham, 2012]
18 - TVR Tuscan! [Birmingham, 2009]
19 - Dodge RAM SRT-10 Quad Cab + Rolls Royce Phantom VII Series 1! [Braintree, 2009]
20 - Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 + Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 Veilside! [Brentford, 2008]
21 - Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale!! [Bromley, 2014]
22 - Porsche 911 996.2 GT3 [Bromley, 2018]
23 - Porsche 911 997.1 GT3 RS! [Bromley, 2008]
24 - Bentley Continental GTC III [Bushey, 2022]
25 - Audi UR quattro [Cheslyn Hay, 2011]
26 - Lotus Elise S2 [Chipping Ongar, 2008]
27 - Ford Focus RS 2016 [Chobham, 2016]
28 - Ford Escort Mk4 RS Turbo Series 2 [Croydon, 2009]
29 - BMW E9 3.0 CS [Dagenham, 2008]
30 - Ford Escort Mk2 1600 Sport! [Dagenham, 2008]
31 - Renault Clio V6 Phase 1! [Dagenham, 2022]
32 - Chevrolet Corvette C1 [Edgeware, 2008]
33 - Ford Escort RS Cosworth! [Edgeware, 2015]
34 - Ford Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth 4x4 [Epsom, 2008]
35 - Mercedes-Benz W113 Pagode [Epsom, 2018]
36 - Austin Yellow BMW M4 F82 Coupe [Feltham, 2021]
37 - Aston Martin V12 Vanquish 2001! [Fleet, 2017]
38 - Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Coupe! [Grays, 2019]
39 - TVR S3! [Grays, 2009]
40 - BMW M5 F90 [Great Yarmouth, 2018]
41 - Bentley Arnage [Harrow, 2014]
42 - Bentley Continental R [Harrow, 2018]
43 - Bentley Mulsanne 2010 [Harrow, 2020]
44 - Jaguar E-Type Series 2 Coupe! [Harrow, 2019]
45 - Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG Coupe W204 [Harrow, 2022]
46 - Mercedes-Benz W113 Pagode [Harrow, 2017]
47 - Rolls Royce Phantom VII Drophead Coupe [Harrow, 2009]
48 - Rolls Royce Silver Cloud! [Harrow, 2022]
49 - Rolls Royce Silver Shadow [Harrow, 2012]
50 - Rolls Royce Silver Shadow [Harrow, 2022]
51 - Rolls Royce Silver Shadow Coupe [Harrow, 2021]
52 - Bentley Mulsanne [Hayes, 2008]
53 - Bentley Turbo R [Hayes, 2008]
54 - BMW M2 F87 Coupe [Hayes, 2018]
55 - 2x BMW M3 E30 + Porsche 911 996 Turbo! [Hayes, 2014]
56 - BMW M5 E39 [Hayes, 2008]
57 - Ferrari F430! [Hayes, 2021]
58 - DMC DeLorean! [Heanor, 2015]
59 - 2x Rolls Royce Silver Shadow [Holcombe, 2009]
60 - Ford Capri Mk3 280 Brooklands! [Hornchurch, 2008]
61 - Porsche 911 997.1 Turbo [Hornchurch, 2014]
62 - Daytona Violet BMW M3 E36 Coupe [Hounslow, 2008]
63 - Porsche 911 997.1 Turbo [Hounslow, 2022]
64 - Alpina Roadster S! [Ilford, 2022]
65 - Aston Martin V8 Vantage 2005 [Ilford, 2008]
66 - Audi R8 Type 42! [Ilford, 2020]
67 - BMW M4 F83 Cabriolet [Ilford, 2021]
68 - Ford Lotus Cortina Mk2! [Ilford, 2012]
69 - Lotus Elise S2 [Ilford, 2008]
70 - Lotus Excel [Ilford, 2008]
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2023.06.02 08:35 Able_Possession8736 Analysis of NFL Mascots (2023 Update)

Of the 32 Teams in the NFL:
Animals: 14
Birds: 5
Mammals: 9
Cars: 8

Aircraft: 4

Humans: 12
Fictional creatures: 2
Abstract Concept: 1
Invoice for goods or services sold: 1
Cell Phone Accessory: 1

Smallest by weight: A normal utility Bill, or an iPhone Charger.
Largest by weight: Titan (both the Greek god, and the moon of Saturn)
Most expensive: Jet
Least expensive: Charger (iPhone charger under $10 on Amazon)

Edible: 28
Non-edible: 4

Can a single adult human kill it with bare hands alone?
Yes: 18 (Cardinal, Falcon, Viking, Patriot, Raven Saint, Cowboy, Packer, Steeler, Niner, Texan, Chief, Seahawk, Buc, Raider, Eagle, Ram, Commander)

Can it kill an average adult human?
Yes: 25 (Assuming a very high voltage charger)
No: 7

Does it exist in other major sports? (NHL, NBA, MLB)
Yes: 7
Debatable: 8
For the Bills, Browns, and KC fans who seem to be particularly bothered by this shitpost of all shitposts:
I just checked their official website and there are no players named “Brown”.
There is an assistance WR coach named Callie Brownson, and an assistance special teams coach named “Stephen Bravo-Brown” I don’t think the team is named after those guys.
I also also checked their website. Not a single player or member of their coaching staff named “Bill”. Closest that I could find was a team photographer and an assistance grounds keeper named Bill.
I’ve heard theories that the team name is a reference to a frontiersmen from the 1800’s that is buried in Colorado.
I even googled “Bill” and viewed images and the results were pretty unmistakable. The only images that I saw were a bunch of dudes named Bill and some stock images of invoices for goods or services. I don’t know what you expect me to do in this situation.
I guess we may never know the truth.
Kansas City:
I checked their official website and lots of marketing materials, and ALL of them refer to Kansas City as the Chiefs. I didn’t find anything that referred to the team as the Kansas City Wolves. Maybe that’s a Missouri thing and there’s another team on the Kansas side that I don’t know about or something?
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2023.06.02 08:01 ImpossibleKey71 [S] [USA-TN] Hasselblad 500CM w/Zeiss 80mm f2.8 Planar & pelican case

Hello all! I have for sale my Hasselblad 500CM with the 80mm f2.8 Zeiss Planar CF T* with various accessories and pelican case. Overall, the camera is really nice condition with all features working as they should. The body I would say is a 7 to 8/10 condition. The A12 film back is in good, fully working mechanical condition with a few cosmetic blemishes (I.e., slight blemishes on the leatherette). The film back I would say is a 6 /10. The Zeiss 80mm CF T* Planar is in really good condition with all shutter speeds accurate and film tested. The glass looks clean with a little bit of internal dust. Overall, I would say 7/10. Installed in the camera is the Hasselblad CFV-50C focusing screen that I bought new from Adorama in February of 2022. The original packaging is included as well as the standard focusing screen that came with the camera. Also included is the Hasselblad quick coupling tripod clip (with original box) and a aftermarket camera key. Lastly, included is the Pelican 1500 case in which the camera and accessories will be shipped in. I’m asking for $1800 for everything stated above. Buyer is responsible for PayPal fees and shipping. In regards to shipping, I get a large FedEx shipping discount (50-75%) so shipping will be cheap. With that all said, this is a very nice kit with nice accessories that will be a good starting point for those looking to get into a Hasselblad V-system camera. Feel free to message me if you have any questions!
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2023.06.02 03:29 astro_ZOMBIE138 [US] [H]Modded Gameboys!, Steam controller, Games for PS2, SNES, GBA, GBC, GB, GG, DS [W] Paypal

Prices do not include shipping unless stated, bundled will save on shipping. $5 to ship to US for most smaller items and calculated for international.
Accepting payment with Paypal F&F
Steam Controllerwith dongle: $50
Playstation Pocket Station Clear: $30
Gameboy DMG Black Boxy Pixel: $325
Gameboy Advance Blue Boxy Pixel: $300
Gameboy Pocket: $135
Gameboy Macro Black: $50
SNES: Loose
GB: loose
GBC: loose
GBA Video: loose
GBA: loose
GBA JP:Loose
GameGear: Loose
If you see something you like, let me know. I'm sure we can strike a deal!
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2023.06.02 00:21 hexagongirl Todays haul 😮‍💨 have you found a super this year yet?

Todays haul 😮‍💨 have you found a super this year yet? submitted by hexagongirl to HotWheels [link] [comments]

2023.06.01 23:41 DLF6 Real Racing 3 - Update 11.4 - Radical

Take on the unbelievable Radical SR10 XXR, hit the track in the Lotus Emira, and charge into a new season of Formula E!
New Cars
Radical SR10 XXR
Formula E Gen3 Championship Car
Lotus Emira
Round 7 Begins
This update marks the beginning of ROUND 7, bringing new cars, events, and prizes to earn by collecting VP!
Old Rounds Are Expiring
Your time is running out to complete the third Round of Season 2! The following Round is going to be disappearing from the game soon:
ROUND 3 - Tuesday, 1 August 2023
Once a Round has expired you will not be able to start any new events within it, nor finish any in progress events if the window for earning the primary reward has expired. Any rewards in the Round that you have earned enough VP to collect, but have not yet claimed, will be automatically given to you when the Round expires.
If you missed out on the Grand Prize car for a Round that’s expired, don’t worry! These cars will appear again in future Rounds.
New Special Events
All Special Events will be available to start from their unlock date, until the Round ends on Monday, 17 July 2023.
Track Day: Radical SR10 XXR
Reign Supreme
Track Day: McLaren Senna
New Limited Time Events
Ferrari 296 GTB TTC
Formula E Season 9—Road To Berlin
Lamborghini Huracán Limited Series
Lotus Emira Limited Series
Formula E TTC
Ferrari F14 T Limited Series
New Bonus Series
Season 9 (2022-23)
Style from the Isles
The Radical SR10 Cup
Exclusive Series
Ferrari Monza SP1
Aston Martin V12 Speedster
Weekly Time Trial Schedule
Note that you’ll be able to earn 1,000 VP for each WTT you participate in.
Week 1 - Monday, June 5, 2023 to Monday, June 12, 2023
Week 2 - Tuesday, June 13, 2023 to Monday, June 19, 2023
Week 3 - Tuesday, June 20, 2023 to Monday, June 26, 2023
Week 4 - Tuesday, June 27, 2023 to Monday, July 3, 2023
Week 5 - Tuesday, July 4, 2023 to Monday, July 10, 2023
Week 6 - Tuesday, July 11, 2023 to Monday, July 17, 2023
Online Multiplayer Schedule
Week 1 - Tuesday, 6 June 2023 to Monday, 12 June 2023
Week 2 - Tuesday, 13 June 2023 to Monday, 19 June 2023
Week 3 - Tuesday, 20 June 2023 to Monday, 26 June 2023
Week 4 - Tuesday, 27 June 2023 to Monday, 3 July 2023
Week 5 - Tuesday, 4 July 2023 to Monday, 10 July 2023
Week 6 - Tuesday, 11 July 2023 to Monday, 17 July 2023
The Radical update will be available to download on 6 June, 2023.
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2023.06.01 22:02 Corporal_Cavernosa Real Racing 3 - Radical (v11.4) Update

Real Racing 3 - Radical

Take on the unbelievable Radical SR10 XXR, hit the track in the Lotus Emira, and charge into a new season of Formula E!

New Cars

Car Performance Rating Cost
Radical SR10 XXR 91.0 -> 101.0 M$2,800,000
Formula E Gen3 Championship Car 57.3 -> 74.9 M$2,250,000
Lotus Emira 51.3 -> 73.2 600 Gold

Round 7 Begins

This update marks the beginning of ROUND 7, bringing new cars, events, and prizes to earn by collecting VP!
Start date: 6 Jun 2023
Last day to start events in this round (without owning the car in the event): 17 Jul 2023
Grand Prize: Porsche 909 Bergspyder
Alt Reward: 100 Gold

Old Rounds Are Expiring

Your time is running out to complete the third Round of Season 2! The following Round is going to be disappearing from the game soon:
ROUND 3 - 1 August 2023
Once a Round has expired you will not be able to start any new events within it, nor finish any in progress events if the window for earning the primary reward has expired. Any rewards in the Round that you have earned enough VP to collect, but have not yet claimed, will be automatically given to you when the Round expires.
If you missed out on the Grand Prize car for a Round that’s expired, don’t worry! These cars will appear again in future Rounds.

New Special Events

All Special Events will be available to start from their unlock date, until the Round ends on 17 July 2023.
Track Day: Radical SR10 XXR
Start Date: 5 June 2023
Duration: 5 days
Rewards: Radical SR10 XXR, M$300,000, 100 Gold, 6,500VP
Maximum Required PR: 98.6

Flashback Special Events

The following Special Events will also be a part of Round 7:
Reign Supreme
Start Date: 10 June 2023
Duration: 9 days
Rewards: Koenigsegg REGERA, 105 Gold, R$100,000, 5,000VP
Alternate Rewards : 25 Gold, 5,000VP

Track Day: McLaren Senna
Start Date: 8 July 2023
Duration: 5 days
Rewards: McLaren Senna, 100 Gold, R$150,000, 3,250VP
Alternate Rewards : 40 Gold, R$50,000, 3,250VP
Maximum Required PR: 79.7

New Limited Time Events

Ferrari 296 GTB TTC
Cars: Ferrari 296 GTB
Rewards: Gold and 1,000 VP for participating
Start Date: 13 June 2023
End Date: 26 June 2023

Formula E Season 9—Road To Berlin
Rewards: Formula E Gen3 Championship Car, 80 Gold, M$250,000, 5,250VP
Start Date: 18 June 2023
Duration: 7 days
Maximum Required PR: 70.8

Lamborghini Huracán Limited Series
Rewards: Lamborghini HURACÁN LP 610-4, 40 Gold, R$100,000, 5,200VP
Start Date: 25 June 2023
Duration: 7 days
Maximum Required PR: 63.9

Lotus Emira Limited Series
Rewards: Lotus Emira, 50 Gold, R$120,000, 5,250VP
Start Date: 1 July 2023
Duration: 7 days
Maximum Required PR: 68.0

Formula E TTC
Cars: Formula E Gen3 Championship Car
Rewards: Gold and 1,000 VP for participating
Start Date: 4 July 2023
End Date: 17 July 2023

Ferrari F14 T Limited Series
Rewards: Ferrari F14 T, 140 Gold, R$200,000, 5,250VP
Start Date: 12 July 2023
Duration: 7 days
Maximum Required PR: 122.3

New Bonus Series

Season 9 (2022-23)
Cars: Formula E Gen3 Championship Car
Rewards: 67 Gold, M$67,000
Location: FORMULA E
Unlocks from: Unlock the Formula E Gen3 Championship Car
Maximum Required PR: 73.3

Style from the Isles
Cars: Jaguar F-Type SVR,McLaren 12C Spider,Lotus Emira
Rewards: 67 Gold, R$67,000
Location: SEASON 2
Unlocks from: Unlock the Lotus Emira
Maximum Required PR: 71.1

The Radical SR10 Cup
Cars: Radical SR10 XXR
Rewards: 77 Gold, M$77,000
Unlocks from: Unlock the Radical SR10
Maximum Required PR: 99.9

Exclusive Series

Car Rewards
Ferrari Monza SP1 130 Gold, R$280,000
Aston Martin V12 Speedster 130 Gold, R$200,000

Weekly Time Trial Schedule

Note that you’ll be able to earn 1,000 VP for each WTT you participate in.
Week Start Date End Date Cars
1 June 5, 2023 June 12, 2023 McLaren Senna GTR (loaned) Hennessey Venom F5, Aston Martin Valkyrie
2 June 13, 2023 June 19, 2023 Mazda Furai (loaned), Koenigsegg Agera R, Pagani Huayra R
3 June 20, 2023 June 26, 2023 Aston Martin Vanquish (loaned), Aston Martin Vantage 59, Aston Martin V12 Speedster
4 June 27, 2023 July 3, 2023 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 (Racing) (loaned), Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport (loaned), Ferrari 250 GTO (loaned)
5 July 4, 2023 July 10, 2023 Ferrari Daytona SP3 (loaned), Ferrari SF90 Stradale, Bugatti La Voiture Noire
6 July 11, 2023 July 17, 2023 Lexus IS F (2013) (loaned), NISSAN Skyline GT-R (R34) R3 Spec, Acura NSX (2017)

Online Multiplayer Schedule

Week Start Date End Date Cars
1 June 5, 2023 June 12, 2023 Bugatti EB 110 Super Sport (loaned), Porsche 911 GT1 Straßenversion, McLaren F1
2 June 13, 2023 June 19, 2023 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 (2013) (loaned), Bentley Continental GT Speed (2013), Ferrari 458 Italia
3 June 20, 2023 June 26, 2023 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 (1972) (loaned), Lamborghini Miura, BMW M1
4 June 27, 2023 July 3, 2023 Ford Mustang GT Premium (loaned), Ferrari 360 Modena, Porsche Boxster GTS
5 July 4, 2023 July 10, 2023 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG (loaned), Chevrolet CORVETTE STINGRAY Z51, Aston Martin V12 Vantage (2022)
6 July 11, 2023 July 17, 2023 Porsche Cayman GT4 (loaned), Porsche 911 GT2 (2003), Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS
The Radical update will be available to download on 6 June, 2023.
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2023.06.01 21:13 Reasonable-Finish515 Fuel injector recall procedure

Hello all ! Bronco sport BB 2022 here.
I received the letter for the fuel injector recall. I called my 2 local Ford dealers. First one said the part was backordered. Second one said we could schedule an appointment but it will probably be a couple of months which is no big deal but, she said she would not provide me with a vehicle while the recall procedure takes place.
The letter explicitly says that the dealer might keep the vehicle a few days in order to cool down the engine and then do an inspection that might require additionnal parts. It also says that the dealer can provide a vehicle for free in the meantime.
My question for those who completed the recall : how did it go ? Did you request a vehicle for the duration of the repair ?
Thanks in advance !
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2023.06.01 18:44 El_mochilero Analysis of NFL Mascots (2023 Update)

Of the 32 Teams in the NFL:
Animals: 14
Birds: 5
Mammals: 9
Cars: 8

Aircraft: 4

Humans: 12
Fictional creatures: 2
Abstract Concept: 1
Invoice for goods or services sold: 1
Cell Phone Accessory: 1

Smallest by weight: A normal utility Bill, or an iPhone Charger.
Largest by weight: Titan (both the Greek god, and the moon of Saturn)
Most expensive: Jet
Least expensive: Charger (iPhone charger under $10 on Amazon)

Edible: 28
Non-edible: 4

Can a single adult human kill it with bare hands alone?
Yes: 18 (Cardinal, Falcon, Viking, Patriot, Raven Saint, Cowboy, Packer, Steeler, Niner, Texan, Chief, Seahawk, Buc, Raider, Eagle, Ram, Commander)

Can it kill an average adult human?
Yes: 25 (Assuming a very high voltage charger)
No: 7

Does it exist in other major sports? (NHL, NBA, MLB)
Yes: 7
Debatable: 8
For the Bills, Browns, and KC fans who seem to be particularly bothered by this shitpost:
I just checked their official website and there are no players named “Brown”.
There is an assistant WR coach named Callie Brownson, and an assistance special teams coach named “Stephen Bravo-Brown” I don’t think the team is named after those guys.
I also also checked their website. Not a single player or member of their coaching staff named “Bill”. Closest that I could find was a team photographer and an assistant groundskeeper named Bill.
I’ve heard theories that the team name is a reference to a frontiersmen from the 1800’s that is buried in Colorado.
I even googled “Bill” and viewed images and the results were pretty unmistakable. The only images that I saw were a bunch of dudes named Bill and some stock images of invoices for goods or services. I don’t know what you expect me to do in this situation.
I guess we may never know the truth.
Kansas City:
I checked their official website and lots of marketing materials, and ALL of them refer to Kansas City as the Chiefs. I didn’t find anything that referred to the team as the Kansas City Wolves. Maybe that’s a Missouri thing and there’s another team on the Kansas side that I don’t know about or something?
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2023.06.01 17:29 No-Economy-7685 Floor Liner Advice

Just brought home my 2023 Bronco Sport Outer Banks and I am obsessed! I was planning on ordering some WeatherTech Floor Liners, but after hearing about the Ford Accessories points package, I'm tempted by the Ford Bronco Sport Floor Protectors through Ford. Does anyone have any advice on choosing between the two?
Ford Liners^^
WeatherTech Liners^^
I live in a 4 season state, so these floors will see snow, salt, sand, etc. so I want to make sure I take care of them!
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2023.06.01 17:24 hdkdheldnd 2 years with my bronco

Had my bronco for 2 years and I got to say, love the look of the truck and the attention it brings, but I can’t see why something this expensive is mad so damn cheap, have the soft top cause I wanted the ease of flipping the top back quick quick and I’ve had the material peel off, I’ve had the liner on the inside peel off, I have a cooler with a drain in the trunk the drain plug you push that in and it just falls out, everything is plastic flimsy tabs from the bumper to every “accessory ready” area it’s the most expensive cheap car I’ve ever owned. On top of the touch screen being so laggy and freezing up, the shit windows, the back seats you got these plastic Friggen tubes that force the air and heat to the passengers, just very plastic feeling. I’ll probably sell this at some point it’s just frustrating it’s not built necessarily “ford tough”
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2023.06.01 17:23 u2jrmw Help me choose my next car

I currently have a 2018 VW Golf Alltrack SEL which I have been really happy with. My kids (11, 12) are starting to feel a little cramped in the back seat.
I work from home and drive around my town mostly. If we take longer trips we take the Kia Carnival.
I have traditionally bought Audi sedans (A4/A6) but as I don't drive much I wanted to buy a cheaper car, also the nearest Audi dealer is over an hour away which made warranty work annoying. I started looking at sedans but I am open to crossovers/small suvs.
I have a bit of a lead foot and even though the Alltrack doesn't have a lot of power it does have a pretty sporty drive to it which I like. I want to make sure that my next vehicle matches that performance at a minimum. I also have a good size dog who will be in and out of the back seat a lot. I live in a semi-rural area and I do drive on gravel roads, but nothing super off-road. Also it snows here a lot.
I like the blacked out rims, no chrome kind of look either in white or black.
Must haves: Panoramic Sunroof Stop/Go Cruise Control AWD All the common safety features (front/rear detect, lane assist, etc.) Heated front seats At least dual climate Rain sensing wipers Auto high beam
Nice to have: Ventilated seats Adjustable armrest so that I can rest elbow while steering Wireless carplay Wireless phone charger
Most brands can be found in town with the exception of a few luxury (Audi, Infiniti, Genesis, Acura for example)
I'm trying to stay under $40k (before tax)
First I looked at the Kia Stinger GT-line but my son felt the back seat was a little cramped. I like the car a lot, but I do wonder how practical it is...
I have also considered Kia K5 GT-Line AWD Kia Sportage Hybrid SX Kia Sorento X-Line SX Prestige Ford Bronco Sport Badlands Ford Explorer VW Atlas Crossport SEL R-Line VW Tiguan SE Black Toyota Rav 4 TRD
A number of the above price out above my target...
Any input or questions welcome.
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2023.06.01 15:32 Kingdavid2612 Open windows remotely- Bronco Sport 2022

Hello to the Bronco Sport community. I had a question. I saw some videos showing that the windows of Bronco Sport can be opened remotely via keyfob. I have a 2022 Big Bend model which has some additional packages added to it. However I am not able to open the windows through the keyfob.
To open it I press the u lock key twice and hold the button when pressing it the second time (for 5 seconds).
Any idea what I can do?
Thank you
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2023.06.01 15:02 unevent Thailand's economy fact sheet 2023

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2023.06.01 14:07 BigJeffAudio Big Sound Podcast Profile: DS18 Owner Sasha Susterman, Sales Rep Jason Martin, and “Mr. DS18” Rob Ferro

As we greet the new week, the Big Jeff Audio team is hard at work preparing for our next Big Sound by Big Jeff Podcast. This Thursday June 1st at 7:30pm ET we have another show filled with audio industry stars. Our guests of the night will be John Schneid with Dynamic Sales Marketing, a representative of Kicker, Soundstream, and Dynamat. We also welcome members of the DS18 team, including Sales Rep Jason Martin, “Mr. DS18” Rob Ferro, and Owner of the company Sasha Susterman.
Sasha started DS18 with his father in their garage in hopes to supply local shops with their products. His father Alberto told him “One day we are going to be a national brand.” Though Sasha wasn’t convinced at the time he soon knew DS18 could make huge waves in the audio industry. Today, the company provides equipment all over the world and has factories in Korea, Brazil, and China. From that first amplifier they have expanded their product line to over 200 high quality audio products. Now, the owner and some of his team will talk with Big Jeff about their journey and what’s next for the rapidly growing company.
Jason Martin is a territory manager for DS18 and is charged with maximizing growth with distributors and exploring new business opportunities in his territory. Jason has been involved in the audio world for many years but got his start in the automotive industry first distributing accessories like shift knobs, pedals, and muffler tips in 2000. From there he worked for various audio distributors before joining DS18 in 2016.
Our third guest from DS18 is Mr. DS18 himself Rob Ferro. Rob is the public image for the brand and can be found on many of the social media posts, PR and car shows for DS18. He found his passion for car audio as a teen; when he got his first car, he saved his money to install two 12” subwoofers. Now at DS18, Rob helps the company with research and development by keeping up with customers and trends.
DS18 is working on some exciting new product lines in the power sports space. They will be made available for some of the most popular powersports vehicles including Slingshot, SXS/RZR CANAM, Bronco 6th gen, and some new Jeep applications. “… Honestly I can’t explain how excited I could be!” said Ferro about the new releases.
We will discuss all this and more with our guests and give away some cool equipment. Watch the show on any of the Big Jeff Audio social media accounts to see if you can win. We are thrilled to have members of the DS18 team join us for our next Big Sound podcast this Thursday, June 1st. See you all there!
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2023.06.01 09:31 amolgshinde Automotive Motors Market Growth During Forecast Period 2021-2030

Automotive Motors Market Growth During Forecast Period 2021-2030
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September 2020: BorgWarner said that it would create a power iDM for the Ford Mustang electrified.

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