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  9. There seems to be a theme here lately with these events, as once again we had a near carbon copy of a previous show. The big surprise from the first part of the show was newcomer Josh Kingma getting TQ as most of the field found out how difficult this course was, as the KOTH and NAMT officials created what was easily one of the wildest courses ever seen in the history of this deal. One running theme we saw in qualifying was people getting thrown off course or getting time penalties, and it's a reoccurring theme we'll see again later on. Then came wheelies and this is where the snowball started rolling, as the man who was second quick in qualifying Vincent Akard took home the wheelie win with 2 extremely impressive hits. Another KOTH rookie Adrian Cooper actually held the lead before Akard made his hits, and shoutouts to Josh Kingma and Will Meyer for also laying down impressive runs. Then it was time for racing and Akard showed his qualifying time was no fluke, easily taking out Joshua De Luna in R1. Kingma and Meyer also easily took care of their first round opponents respectively to move onto the semis, but the last race of the round is where things went different. 6th fastest qualifier Damian Bowers finally started figuring out his truck and took down the 3rd fastest racer Adrian Cooper, and made it look rather easy. Next was the semi-finals and we nearly had 2 upsets, the one that did happen was Will Meyer taking out number 1 qualifier Josh Kingma; it was a close race until the final turn when Kingma washed out coming out of the underpass and hit a turning pole. The race after nearly saw a similar fate befall Akard, because Bowers had him covered for most of the race after cutting the best light of the night. But a bad bounce before the crossover jump led to him landing off to the side and unable to avoid hitting a turning pole, which then handed the win to Akard. The finals would give us the closest race of the night as both Akard and Meyer laid down incredible passes, neither made a mistake and it came down to the final stretch; Meyer made a hard charge but Akard got the truck back up to speed quick enough to hold him off. Last thing to take care of was freestyle and everybody that ran was on their game. Alex Ferrulo was first out and set the mark to beat, putting his truck through it's paces which included a full forward roll; he was given a score of 22 and definitely gave a good accounting of himself. Zach ThreeSeven was supposed to be 2nd out but mechanical problems prevented him from running, so we moved onto Damian Bowers and he gave one of the best freestyle performances of his KOTH career. Per usual his run was on the ragged edge from the get go, and he really flogged on it the entire time. The end of his run saw him attempt a front flip but unfortunately he was unable to land it, though he did somehow end up back on his tires. He emerged from his truck without any issues and waved to the fans, getting a score of 24 and taking over the lead. Joshua De Luna was next out and really had an amazing run going before a bad bounce ended his run early, but the crowd for sure took notice of him and what he could do. Then came veteran racer Will Meyer and he put on a show with big air, technical moves, and wow factor; the only thing his run lacked was momentum. But the judges felt it was good enough to take the lead by a half point. Josh Kingma and Adrain Cooper both gave it their best shot, but neither could kick Meyer out of the hot seat. Kingma's run started off well enough, but yet again this crazy course claimed another victim. Cooper managed to put forth a full pull run, but just didn't quite match Meyer in the technicality department. So it all came down to the final run of the night, and that belonged to Vincent Akard. To say he sent the show out with a bang would be an understatement, as he put that truck through it's paces laying down an incredible freestyle run. Anything you can think of doing he did, and from beginning to end his run was a master class display. After all was said done, he walked away with a score of 28 (the highest recorded score of the entire mini-series) and took home the win. Then of course came the last business that needed to be taken care of, tallying up the points to see who moved on. While it was closer than last week, the winner was never in doubt. Vincent Akard walked away with the overall win and it comes as no surprise, being 2nd fastest in qualifying and winning everything else. Taking 2nd place was Will Meyer, and what helped him out was runner up finishes in both racing and freestyle and 4th place finishes in qualifying and wheelies. We wanna thank everyone who came out to watch and compete tonight on the beaches of Barcelona, it's been a blast these last 4 weeks and it's all come down to this; the finale of the first ever International Incident. As always the full results will be posted below, and the finale track will be unveiled when the thread is posted. Until then, stay safe and keep the shiny side up! Qualifying: 1. Josh Kingma - Steer Clear: 62.8274 2. Vincent Akard - Summit Maximizer: 62.9715 3. Adrian Cooper - Monster Energy: 63.0972 4. Will Meyer - NOS Energy: 63.3514 5. Alex Ferrulo - Chill Out: 67.7988 6. Damian Bowers - Pure Breed: 69.5806 7. Joshua De Luna - Shockwave: 75.4254 8. Zach ThreeSeven - Fastenal Fast Track: 86.1263 Wheelies: 1. Vincent Akard - Summit Maximizer: 17 2. Adrian Cooper - Monster Energy: 16.5 3. Josh Kingma - Steer Clear: 16 (got tie breaker for better qualifying time) 4. Will Meyer - NOS Energy: 16 5. Joshua De Luna - Shockwave: 14.5 6. Damian Bowers - Pure Breed: 14 7. Alex Ferrulo - Chill Out: 13 8. Zach ThreeSeven - Fastenal Fast Track: 2 Racing: Freestyle: 1. Vincent Akard - Summit Maximizer: 28 2. Will Meyer - NOS Energy: 24.5 3. Damian Bowers - Pure Breed: 24 4. Adrian Cooper - Monster Energy: 23.5 5. Alex Ferrulo - Chill Out: 22 6. Josh Kingma - Steer Clear: 21 7. Joshua De Luna - Shockwave:- 18.5 8. Zach ThreeSeven - Fastenal Fast Track: 0 (did not freestyle) KOTH Spain Overall Points: 1. Vincent Akard - Summit Maximizer: 157 (advances to finale) 2. Will Meyer - NOS Energy: 150 (advances to finale) 3. Josh Kingma - Steer Clear: 148 4. Adrian Cooper - Monster Energy: 147 5. Damian Bowers - Pure Breed: 144 6. Alex Ferrulo - Chill Out: 138 7. Joshua De Luna - Shockwave: 135 8. Zach ThreeSeven - Fastenal Fast Track: 133
  10. Alright, we have our 8 drivers. From here on out, any signup will be considered for fill ins.
  11. "For those that make it through the gates, what awaits is a utopia beyond the wildest dreams of any man, woman, or child. Paradise incarnate, every want and desire at your beck and call. But this kingdom and all of it's opulence is only available to the strongest of the strong, the bravest of the brave, the sole survivor, the last warrior standing." Event 3 of this series was almost a carbon copy of event 1, the top 2 dominated most of the night with the lone exception of freestyle, where the winner was unexpected and picked up their first SM sanctioned victory. Tyler Richmond showed once again that he's a force to be reckoned with, and Chadwick Deerfoot proved he still has the ability to run with the new generation, as both punched their tickets to the finale. Now from the land of the royals we head to the home of sangria, the siesta, and a serious love of soccer (or futbol as it's referred), the land of the setting sun known as Spain! While the people here are known for relaxing hard and partying harder, when it comes to sports they are extremely passionate and that includes motorsports. Some of the most famous futbol stadiums in the country have hosted these massive machines before, and regularly draw big crowds, but it's safe to say they've never seen anything like what KOTH and NAMT are bringing. Spain is known for the countless beautiful beaches that make up most of it's perimeter, and we figured there was no better type of area to unleash our monsters and their tamers on. Specifically, we're setting up on one of the most popular beaches in the capitol city of Catalonia; Nova Icaria Beach in Barcelona. This area is a prime destination for staycationers and tourists alike, and we believe the folks here are in for a treat; beach shows are quite normal in the states, and we think they'll be a huge hit here too. With the Balearic Sea as the backdrop, who will ride the waves of success and punch their ticket to the Incident Finale? There's only 1 way to find out! Signups will open Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 at 8pm eastern. Event will take place Friday, March 5th, 2021; driver's meeting will begin at 8:00pm eastern with action kicking off around 8:30. (Please remember that if you competed in the Mexico, Japan, or United Kingdom events you are ineligible to signup and compete in this event.) Here is the template to use for your signup: Name: Discord Username: Hometown: We will be using the Special Events section of the NEW official Sim-Monsters Discord server for this event. We will be using RoR version 2020.01 (version 2021.02 will also work) for this event: http://www.mediafire.com/file/ur7sjr9ltlqae04/RoR_2020.01_Setup.exe/file Here's a link to the track: https://www.mediafire.com/file/dm2qp7eorluzxh4/BarcelonaMOX.zip/file As stated in the announcement thread sign ups are on a first come, first served basis and trucks will be randomly assigned to each competitor at the end of the driver's meeting. Driver's are expected to be in voice chat at 8:00pm sharp, if not you will be replaced by a fill in driver unless you contact an official to let them know you'll be late. Competitors are prohibited from making changes to the trucks in any way, be it visual or performance based. Modifications will only happen if and when an official deems a truck has a glaring issue that needs to be addressed. If a situation like this arises, whomever gets the affected truck will receive a new truck file from officials to install. If you are caught making (or found to have made) unauthorized changes to your truck, you will be kicked from the event and suspended indefinitely from KOTH competition. Other event specific rules and info will be covered during the driver's meeting. Now, onto the field of trucks: Monster Energy: https://sim-monsters.com/files/file/3628-monster-energy-todd-2020/ NOS Energy: https://sim-monsters.com/files/file/3503-namt-open-customs-pack/ Fastenal Fast Track: https://sim-monsters.com/files/file/3503-namt-open-customs-pack/ Summit Maximizer: https://sim-monsters.com/files/file/3503-namt-open-customs-pack/ Steer Clear: https://sim-monsters.com/files/file/3503-namt-open-customs-pack/ Pure Breed: https://sim-monsters.com/files/file/3503-namt-open-customs-pack/ Chill Out: https://sim-monsters.com/files/file/3503-namt-open-customs-pack/ Shockwave: https://sim-monsters.com/files/file/3545-shockwave-and-outrage-namt/
  12. If there was 1 word to describe the happenings during event 3 here in Guildford it would be domination, but as usual with KOTH there were still some surprises. The guy who was just on another level tonight was Tyler Richmond, and he put everyone on notice when he was the only person to run a sub 30 second pass in qualifying with a 29.9. The only other person that got close was one of the old guard who decided to try his luck against the new blood, and that is KOTH's Head Official Chadwick Deerfoot. His time of 30.2 set up the possibility that it could be a top 2 showdown in the finals, as he and Richmond were faster than the rest of the field by at least 2 tenths. Then came wheelies and to say the drama picked up immensely would be an understatement, as the driver's quickly found out the track was a lot trickier than they first thought. Most of field had problems getting wheelies going or landing them, partly because of the odd shaped cars and with the transitions from asphalt to dirt. That being said, what happened at the end of the comp surprised everyone as we ended up with a 3 way tie between Richmond, Deerfoot, and Max Halpert. All 3 of them laid down truly impressive wheelie runs and each of them brought something different to the table, and the main judges simply couldn't decide which was best; so the special tie breaker judge was brought in and he awarded the win to Richmond, 2nd place to Deerfoot, and 3rd to Halpert. Next was racing and this is where things started to get a little weird, but only on one side of the bracket. Richmond, who was the odds on favorite coming into this event, took care of business and made his way into the semis without much hassle, as did 4th fastest qualifier Josh Gajewski. On the opposite side of the bracket though, things got very interesting as we saw 2 upsets. 1st off the guy who people thought might give Richmond a run for his money was unable to even try, as Deerfoot made a costly mistake in his 1st round race against fellow veteran Magnus Birkelund, losing to him by a tire. Same thing applied to the other race, as 3rd fastest qualifier Tyler May had his own struggles and lost to Marty Hussey. Then came the semis and once again Richmond was on a rail, dispatching of Gajewski and placing himself into the final. On the other side was the battle of the buses as Hussey went head to head with Birkelund and pulled out a narrow win in a race that the was definitely a hit with all the kids in the crowd. Then came the finals and all the credit in the world goes to Marty as he was pushing hard to pull of the upset, but the truck took a bad bounce halfway through the race and handed the victory over Richmond. Onto freestyle we go and the question on everybody's mind was could Richmond pull of the clean sweep, but everyone would have to wait to see as he was last in the order; however, no one could've foreseen what ended up happening. First up was the racing runner up Marty Hussey and unfortunately his freestyle run mimicked his wheelie run, started off well but ended in disaster as he rolled over early with his front end coming to rest on the wall. The truck was mechanically fine but as stated to the drivers before the show, landing on the wall or making significant contact with it would result in the run being called done. With that, his run was done and resulted in a score of 14. Next up was Cora Solera, one of the newer drivers on the SM scene and to say she wowed the crowd was an understatement. Big air, wheelies, saves and recoveries, wild off camber hits, her run had everything including pulling off one of the toughest moves in the sport; the consecutive rebound backflip, made famous by George Balhan. It was an absolute barn burner of a run and rocketed her into the lead with a 25, and it's safe to say the rest of field was put on notice. Next up was Tyler May and he fared a bit better than Marty, filling most of the clock and giving a good accounting of himself; but it wasn't enough to take the lead, coming up 3 points short. Next was Magnus Birkelund and his run got off to a good start, but similar to his fellow bus driver Marty his run ended a bit early. He had some good hits and made it further into his allotted time, but not close enough to filling the clock which resulted in a score of 19.5. Now we headed into the second half of the field and first out was Josh Gajewski, and per the usual he started out fast, wasting no time attacking the course. But this track once again proved it was not to be taken lightly, as his run came to and end while attempting a backflip. It came up a bit short and bounced into a second rotation, but that second rotation also came up short and officials shut him off after they noticed that both front shock towers sustained heavy damage. He emerged from the truck unhurt but disappointed, as he only managed a score of 17.5. Next out was Max Halpert and he was out to make a statement, coming out with high energy and keeping that energy up throughout the run. The momentum he had going from hit to hit was a sight to see, and showed just how good he's gotten in a short time. As good as the run was it just wasn't enough to top what Cora did, but he did jump into second place with a score of 23.5; he is one guy to keep your eye on for sure because he will be a threat for years to come. Next in line was the old man himself, Chadwick Deerfoot, and everyone knew that he was gonna throw down after the early exit in racing; and throw down he did. From start to finish he once again showed why he's been given the nicknames of "The King of Technicality" and "The Technical Mastermind", hitting wheelies of all varieties, crossthreading obstacles from weird angles, and even hitting one of the better backflips of the night. He went to put the ultimate punctuation mark on his run by being the only driver to attempt a corkscrew, but the dirt at the bottom of the ramp gave way and led to the hit being more of a pirouette skywheelie. He was unable to land on all fours, but the flip came as time expired so it didn't hurt his score too much; had he landed that cork though, he might've taken the lead. As it is though, he tied Halpert with 23.5 and received a great round of applause from the UK fans. But then came the moment everybody was waiting for, could Tyler Richmond make history and join the very short list of drivers who swept an entire KOTH event? Well we can certainly say he absolutely gave it his best shot, from beginning to end he did everything possible to take the win away from Cora. Big air, wheelies, stoppies, backflip to moonwalk, he really was pushing to get that full event sweep. As his run came to an end he parked towards the middle of the floor and awaited the judges scores, and as they came in the realization set in that he had gotten as close as you possibly could to making history; a 24.5, by half a point Cora Solera held on to win. The one thing that Cora had over Richmond was the wow factor, as across the rest of the board they were even per the judges. It was an amazing end to a wild night of KOTH competition, but of course there was one other thing that needed to be done. It was time to count up the points to see who moved on to the finale, and this time it wasn't anywhere near as close as the first 2 events. Tyler Richmond won the overall event title pretty handily (7 point gap over 2nd) seeing as how he nearly swept everything, and despite the poor showing in racing 2nd place went to Chadwick Deerfoot as his runner up finishes in qualifying and wheelies and 3rd place finish in freestyle gave him a 6 point buffer over Max Halpert. Once again we wanna thank everyone who came out to watch and compete tonight, it was an amazing show and I think it's safe to say this won't be the last you'll see of KOTH here in the UK; full results will be posted below as always. Next week we will figure out who will take the last 2 spots as we move on to the final qualifier event of this mini series, and this time we will travel to one of the most popular beach communities in all of Europe. Until then, stay safe and keep the shiny side up! Qualifying: 1. Tyler Richmond - Big Red: 29.9325 2. Chadwick Deerfoot - S.W.A.T.: 30.2912 3. Tyler May - No Label 44: 30.4153 4. Josh Gajewski - Wicked Willys: 30.4167 5. Max Halpert - Tonka: 30.9258 6. Marty Hussey - Surf Monster: 30.9661 7. Magnus Birkelund - Driving Skool: 33.3880 8. Cora Solera - Pure Muscle 99: 37.0751 Wheelies: 1. Tyler Richmond - Big Red: 18 2. Chadwick Deerfoot - S.W.A.T.: 18 3. Max Halpert - Tonka: 18 4. Josh Gajewski - Wicked Willys: 14.5 5. Magnus Birkelund - Driving Skool: 14.5 6. Cora Solera - Pure Muscle 99: 13.5 7. Tyler May - No Label 44: 10 8. Marty Hussey - Surf Monster: 9 Racing: Freestyle: 1. Cora Solera - Pure Muscle 99: 25 2. Tyler Richmond - Big Red: 24.5 3. Chadwick Deerfoot - S.W.A.T.: 23.5 (gets the tie breaker for better wheelie finish) 4. Max Halpert - Tonka: 23.5 5. Tyler May - No Label 44: 22 6. Magnus Birkelund - Driving Skool: 19.5 7. Josh Gajewski - Wicked Willys:- 17.5 8. Marty Hussey - Surf Monster: 14.5 KOTH United Kingdom Overall Points: 1. Tyler Richmond - Big Red: 157 (advances to finale) 2. Chadwick Deerfoot - S.W.A.T.: 150 (advances to finale) 3. Max Halpert - Tonka: 144 4. Josh Gajewski - Wicked Willys: 144 5. Cora Solera - Pure Muscle 99: 140 6. Magnus Birkelund - Driving Skool: 140 7. Tyler May - No Label 44: 139 8. Marty Hussey - Surf Monster: 138
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