Announcing the TURN GT3 Series entry: XPR SLYR

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Announcing the TURN GT3 Series entry: XPR SLYR

Here at XPR, we are gearing up to do a full on run at the TURN GT3 championship in the XPR SLYR Bentley Continental GT3!

 

Sporting the 3 colours of Skullcandy's standard SLYR headsets (Blue, Green, and Yellow all on Black), 3 of XPR's best will be stomping the European circuits.

In the #89 PS4 Blue Bentley is none other than Gen3ral Ts0, the newly minted XPR member, ready for his first official go in a team entry.

Next up in the #13 PC Yellow Bentley is club veteran, XPR Forbidden. Looking to improve on past finishes over at turn. This car suits him better than the V8's, so watch for him to be a player near the front.

Finally, is XPR President, XPR Roadrunner in the #4 Xbox One Green Bentley. With his personal schedule cleared for this series, he will be looking to make the long haul for the first series in recent memory.

XPR will be sporting a few other entry's across the team and privateer types, and we will announce them in the coming week.

Hope you enjoy, and see you on the track!

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XPR looking for drivers to run in TURN's upcoming GT series

Hello guys,

 

We are looking for people to join us in a team or two for the upcoming GT3 Championship being hosted by The Ultimate Racing Network (TURN).

We are still deciding on a lot of things, and the first race is about a month away.

If you are interested, please visit the team forum and let us know if you want in. Or alternatively, you can message XPR Roadrunner and/or XPR Forbidden on xbox live.

See you guys on the race track!

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Rui (XPR Rooster) onboard the GTA Exotics/XPR Ariel Atom

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Rui (XPR Rooster) onboard the GTA Exotics/XPR Ariel Atom

Rui and crew chief Stephen (XPR Roadrunner) had a great deal of fun and some serious time attacking a couple weeks back at Toronto Motorsports Park - Cayuga in the Canadian Sport Compact Series (CSCS) Round 2.

The team was toughing it out on very worn slicks but still made the final amongst a group of heavily modified purpose built time attack machines. Despite the tires, we still managed to finish inside the top 10 at the end of the day.

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XPR Supports Cancer Awareness.

Hello all.

I'm here to say that XPR will be supporting Cancer Research and those affected with the deadly disease.

XPR Roadrunner's mom has been recently diagnosed with a rare form of Pancreatic cancer, and will be going through treatment in the coming weeks, including a monumental 6hr surgery to remove the tumour and varying amounts of affected organs. The doctors have thankfully given her a good prognosis, saying that with the surgery and maybe some chemotherapy if needed, she should be in the clear.

However others aren't so lucky, with a lot of those diagnosed with pancreatic cancers succumbing to the disease.

This is not to be confused with the recent Ovarian Cancer awareness efforts by the team at the 6hrs of Sebring, as that was for a separate cause, which was supporting XPR Roadrunner's aunt who was diagnosed with that and is going through chemotherapy following her emergency surgery. Thankfully she was also given a good diagnosis with a 90% chance of recovery.

Moving forward, XPR drivers and teams will be wearing purple and teal support ribbons on their cars.

We wish Stephen and his family the best of luck in both cases and we will do our best to show we care and that we support you guys!

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XPR Moontower named 3rd Co-Leader!

Today Robert and I would like to welcome XPR Moontower to the leadership of XPR! Steve has always been a great teammate and more than worthy of being named to the leadership. After the most recent leadership change, we didn't want to rush into making a decision of this magnitude. Steve's tenure within the club and his personality and his passion was more than enough for Rob and I to consider him for the position.

He joins Robert (President), myself (Vice President) as the 3rd Co-Leader.

Congrats again to Steve!

-Stephen (XPR Roadrunner)

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