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Next Generation
Antigravity Combat Racing

10
player
multiplayer
8
futuristic
tracks
5
customizable
vehicles
6
game
modes
antigrav
braking
defence
engine
handling
antigrav
braking
defence
engine
handling
antigrav
braking
defence
engine
handling
antigrav
braking
defence
engine
handling
antigrav
braking
defence
engine
handling
python
antigrav
braking
defence
engine
handling
dragon
antigrav
braking
defence
engine
handling
sabre
antigrav
braking
defence
engine
handling
voxel
antigrav
braking
defence
engine
handling
vixen
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defence
engine
handling

atlas torres

track overview
length
5.6 km
diffculty
Medium / Hard
average lap
60 sec

Supported by 2 cloudbreaker-class skyscrapers, Altas Torres is not a track for anyone suffering from vertigo. Racing  above the clouds amidst gleaming steel and glass is in sharp contrast to the dark, wet surfaces of Manna Hatta. The course features tight bends and sharp dips inviting many a pilot to overfly, crash and burn.

el muro

track overview
length
6.2 km
diffculty
Easy / Medium
average lap
50 sec

A dramatic track chasing itself around the UTS Southern Border Wall where one of many shanty towns emerged as a temporary home for hopeful migrants. Catch huge air down long straights as you emerge into the light but beware of hairpin bends which sort the men from the boys.

fiyah! fury

track overview
length
6.2 km
diffculty
Medium
average lap
40 sec

Fiah! Fury features long straights, swooping descent, bends, tricky chicanes and tracks which hug crevasse walls at 90 degrees. Dust clouds drift over the road ahead  and it’s hard to maintain focus at times as you race through the spectacular desert scenery of this abandoned mining area.

freeway

track overview
length
4.9 km
diffculty
Medium
average lap
55 sec

Set amidst a high volume urban transportation hub, Freeway features huge jumps and sweeping 180 degree turns. Although wide and apparently easy to navigate it is easy to lose focus at high speed, grind the walls or get shot down on one of the long straights.

trans atol

track overview
length
5.1 km
diffculty
Medium/Hard
average lap
40 sec

Set in and around an abandoned, rusting shipyard in the Gulf of Mexico. Known for its dramatic environment, 360 degree vertical loop, sharp turns and funnels, nasty crashes await the less experienced. This is a hard, technical course which punishes errors.

manna hatta

track overview
length
5 km
diffculty
Hard
average lap
40 sec

Taking style cues straight out of Blade Runner, this tight, narrow, technically difficult track is set below the city’s high-rise, cloud-breaking metal and glass buildings. At a distance an attractive glitterball of bright lights but close up and on ground level; misty, dismal and dark. Massively overcrowded and densely packed this track reflects its environment.

midtown trafik

track overview
length
6.4 km
diffculty
Easy
average lap
50 sec

In the early 2020’s Midtown in the northwest of Georgia was a bustling city. In 2075, not so much. Virus P-1104 was “accidentally” released on an unsuspecting population. Quarantine led to an abandoned urban environment perfect for an AG race track known for its long straights, sweeping corners and a memorable  corkscrew section.

niagara gp

track overview
length
12 km
diffculty
Medium
average lap
90 sec

Niagara GP features long sweeping bends, dark maintenance tunnels,  and a race behind the iconic waterfall. Punctuated by decaying buildings left to rot after the great tsunami of 2030 the environment is lush and wet. Spray on the track and mist from the falls makes visibility difficult at times.

Midas
AG

MIDAS has its beginnings in the Cambridge University Technology Symposium (2021 — 2049) which developed user-friendly consumer tech in the wake of Sinclair and other developers. The group relocated to the European funded London Institute in 2050 initially researching inter-continental pilotless anti-gravity commuter systems. Competitive testing saw the development of some of the world's first AG racing prototypes leading to the creation of the German financed London Institute of Anti-Gravity Research following the declaration of the London Citystate by the rest of the UK. MIDAS AG is the longest established racing team in World Anti-Gravity Racing and remains peerless in AG research. Although the R&D is still based in its spiritual home of LIAR, MIDAS AG is a truly pan-European venture with world-class tracks across the territory.

transam yangs

Before the consolidation of the space program to Suprabad in the Bahret Commonwealth, NASA tested AG technology as a way of covering the huge distances between its space stations on the moon and later on Mars. During their long postings offworld the astronauts would race their early AG craft across the alien terrain for entertainment. When NASA was disbanded, as with Dragonstar in China, the AG research was channelled into World Anti-Gravity Racing with the support of the fading tech industries of Silicon Valley financed by the huge corporations relocating from the increasingly uninhabitable zones around Nova Yorica. Since the Cali Free State seceded from the old United States following the failed annexation of Mexico, leading to the declaration of the United Transamerican States including Mexico and the former Canadian Free Provinces, the majority of the wealth and power across the North American continent rested in the LASF Supercity. However most AG racing R&D in UTS is based around Nova Yorica, north of the teambase at the New Philadelphia Supertech Faculty, and is streamed live directly into the homes of 95% of the UTS population.

IZULU DYNAMICS

Izulu Dynamics grew out of the RPSA's mega-successful car / people carrier industry which supplied the majority of the emergent continents demand for personal transport for nearly 20 years in mid-Century 21. Dually financed by the exploitation of huge newly discovered seams of diamonds and their investment in the then new solid-diamond technology, Izulu became a world leader in the advanced travel systems which not only interconnected all the disparate territories of Nuwe Rozwi, allowing phenomenal economic growth, but also travel systems across other former 3rd world areas over terrain previously un-navigable. Izulu's entry into World Anti-Gravity Racing was inevitable and is primarily a showcase for their products on a global stage. In the last few years Izulu have invested heavily in their new research base on the Newton Cape Connection Campus looking to apply their AG racing technology into consumer transportation.

galaxy racing

In 2069 the Seer of Dubai invited World Anti-Gravity Racing to hold a showcase event for the nascent sport on a purpose-built track linking the Dubai Palm through the faded hi-rise ghettos of Jumeirah Beach and on to the astonishing space scrapers of the inland NDCC (New Dubai Canal Cities). In preparation for the event the Seer commissioned the cream of international AG scientists and developers to create an invincible Jazirat Al-'Arab AG funded racing team. Thanks to huge investment from the richest Arab businessmen in the region, the team, named after the Seers desire to be the best team not just in the world, but in the galaxy, were victorious. The sport has also become hugely popular with women across the Arab world, who flock to study at the Centre for Scientific Understanding from where Firestarter El-Hashem, one of the most beautiful and highest paid among the WAR elite, graduated in 2071.

Southern star

For decades after the rest of the worlds interest in the petrol guzzling flash of Formula 1 declined, the sport lived on as some kitsch anarchistic desert racing phenomenon across the Australian Outback. Its success can be measured by the number of the participants from neighbouring Polynesia and New Zealand racing in ever more outrageous, and dangerous, machines. Southern Star was originally one of the most successful racing teams during this period, starting as a loose association of ex-Combats, ex-Hells Angels and other similarly anarchic disaffected groups. As Southern Star became more organised, its barely legal activities expanded across the Australasian Pan Pacific Union, whose existence they looked to undermine, bringing in technological expertise from the territory. The A.P.U. Oil Drought of 2061 forced the sport to look to, at first integrating AG technology, and then to 'loosing wheelz' totally by 2063. In 2075 Southern Star is a rogue, but well organised and research funded team based at Melbourne Antigravity Division for Information Technology (MAD4IT), who can be a rebellious thorn in the side of World Anti-Gravity Racing, and one of the most popular with the young because of it.

lions
ag

From the beginnings of Century 21 the Taiwo family began accumulating their huge fortune building a technology monopoly distributing hardware and software across the emergent northern and central African markets following the widespread application of climate control systems. Taiwo Corp was effectively responsible for bringing Africa online and supplying the leisure needs of the continent, including the mass production and large scale distribution of consumer drones. Based in Ajuba and the newly verdant Sudanese capital of Khartoum, Ifeanyi Taiwo began to indulge his fascination in Century 20s MechaMorphers TV show by building real time Mechabots to service the huge building programmes across the continent. As a playboy indulgence, and to position his tech empire at the forefront of the AG racing phenomenon, he founded Lions AG as a plaything with his superstar son as their lead pilot. One of the most enigmatic teams in World Anti-Gravity Racing, Lions AG reflects his playboy lifestyle with an identity based on the MechaMorphers comics which influenced his business empire.

NEUMEYER TRONICS

Neumeyer Tronics (NEU-TRON) family business fortune was originally built on the partnering of their Supertron Autonavigation Systems across the South American continent in conjunction with RPSAs Izulu Dynamics' Advanced Travel Systems which created a connective infrastructure over the Amazonian rainforest linking the east and west of the continent. Its first AG craft were developed to increase speed of travel pods traversing the Trans Andes Skyway, completed in 2056. Ever faster, smaller, more aerodynamic craft were developed in the race to create record-breaking times from Terminal Norte in Guayaquil, just south of the research hub of Quito Suborbital Program, to La Terminal Sur in Puerto Natales. Such was the success of their technological achievements and speeds recorded, that World Anti-Gravity Racing invited whizz-kid family heir Airto Neumeyer to compete in their newly formed global league.

Dragonstar

Following the globalisation of the space programme and its internationally financed relocation to Suprabad Space City north west of Hydrabad in the recently federated Bharet Commonwealth, the former Chinese space industry, its scientists and taikonauts found they had time on their hands. Searching for new thrills and spills, led by child-genius and Yuan Dong boy-wonder (and would-be taikonaut), Yukio An and sporting prowess utilising the vision and experience of the old Chinese space industry. convinced his father, president of the huge digital engineering giant Shenzou Fusion Corporation, to invest in the research facility at Tiangong University as a global showcase for for Yuan Dongs technological

gagarin 68

Eurussia was the first of the big superpowers to see the potential in relocating its Space Agency in the Interworld Hub at Suprabad Space City in Bharet Commonwealth. Its own AG research, initially in tandem with RPSA's Izulu Dynamics' installation of a hyperspeed advanced travel system linking Putingrad with Suprabad, was designed to reduce intercontinental commute times. Research showed that shorter journey times could be achieved by using relays of smaller single passenger craft piloted by smaller, lighter AG-Zhokeys over relatively shorter distances. One of the founding investors in World Anti-Gravity Racing was the Eurussian ex-pat Tiberius Abramovich living in the London Citystate while working as a business advisor for Midas AG. He proposed, part funded, and named, in honour of Yuri Gagarin, the Gagarin 68 team and their Klushino Cosmonaut Research Facility, which sought to harness the Cossack spirit of the AG-Zhoks in an attempt for Eurussia to dominate the then new sport.

garuda
ag

The first Garuda AG developments were public hoverboards to help workers and students navigate the car-less newbuilt science and technology hub of Suprabad Space City located north west of Hydrabad. As the city grew following the relocation of the global space programme there, larger craft able to cover greater distances were required and Garuda commissioned developers from nearby Hydrabad Energy Research Bureau to work with an invited international symposium of AG technicians at the Suprabad Space City University to develop craft specially suited for maximum performance in the high temperatures of the region. Garuda's chief scientist, Deepak Vijay, realised these developments created super high-performance craft able to compete with the best the rest of the world had to offer and in 2070 Garuda officially entered World Anti-Gravity Racing competition with the blessing of the newly elected Bharet Commonwealth government. In their first full season they won the Clive Anderson Trophy, the only team to attain such success at the first attempt.

Midas
AG

MIDAS has its beginnings in the Cambridge University Technology Symposium (2021 — 2049) which developed user-friendly consumer tech in the wake of Sinclair and other developers. The group relocated to the European funded London Institute in 2050 initially researching inter-continental pilotless anti-gravity commuter systems. Competitive testing saw the development of some of the world's first AG racing prototypes leading to the creation of the German financed London Institute of Anti-Gravity Research following the declaration of the London Citystate by the rest of the UK. MIDAS AG is the longest established racing team in World Anti-Gravity Racing and remains peerless in AG research. Although the R&D is still based in its spiritual home of LIAR, MIDAS AG is a truly pan-European venture with world-class tracks across the territory.

transam yangs

Before the consolidation of the space program to Suprabad in the Bahret Commonwealth, NASA tested AG technology as a way of covering the huge distances between its space stations on the moon and later on Mars. During their long postings offworld the astronauts would race their early AG craft across the alien terrain for entertainment. When NASA was disbanded, as with Dragonstar in China, the AG research was channelled into World Anti-Gravity Racing with the support of the fading tech industries of Silicon Valley financed by the huge corporations relocating from the increasingly uninhabitable zones around Nova Yorica. Since the Cali Free State seceded from the old United States following the failed annexation of Mexico, leading to the declaration of the United Transamerican States including Mexico and the former Canadian Free Provinces, the majority of the wealth and power across the North American continent rested in the LASF Supercity. However most AG racing R&D in UTS is based around Nova Yorica, north of the teambase at the New Philadelphia Supertech Faculty, and is streamed live directly into the homes of 95% of the UTS population.

IZULU DYNAMICS

Izulu Dynamics grew out of the RPSA's mega-successful car / people carrier industry which supplied the majority of the emergent continents demand for personal transport for nearly 20 years in mid-Century 21. Dually financed by the exploitation of huge newly discovered seams of diamonds and their investment in the then new solid-diamond technology, Izulu became a world leader in the advanced travel systems which not only interconnected all the disparate territories of Nuwe Rozwi, allowing phenomenal economic growth, but also travel systems across other former 3rd world areas over terrain previously un-navigable. Izulu's entry into World Anti-Gravity Racing was inevitable and is primarily a showcase for their products on a global stage. In the last few years Izulu have invested heavily in their new research base on the Newton Cape Connection Campus looking to apply their AG racing technology into consumer transportation.

galaxy racing

In 2069 the Seer of Dubai invited World Anti-Gravity Racing to hold a showcase event for the nascent sport on a purpose-built track linking the Dubai Palm through the faded hi-rise ghettos of Jumeirah Beach and on to the astonishing space scrapers of the inland NDCC (New Dubai Canal Cities). In preparation for the event the Seer commissioned the cream of international AG scientists and developers to create an invincible Jazirat Al-'Arab AG funded racing team. Thanks to huge investment from the richest Arab businessmen in the region, the team, named after the Seers desire to be the best team not just in the world, but in the galaxy, were victorious. The sport has also become hugely popular with women across the Arab world, who flock to study at the Centre for Scientific Understanding from where Firestarter El-Hashem, one of the most beautiful and highest paid among the WAR elite, graduated in 2071.

Southern star

For decades after the rest of the worlds interest in the petrol guzzling flash of Formula 1 declined, the sport lived on as some kitsch anarchistic desert racing phenomenon across the Australian Outback. Its success can be measured by the number of the participants from neighbouring Polynesia and New Zealand racing in ever more outrageous, and dangerous, machines. Southern Star was originally one of the most successful racing teams during this period, starting as a loose association of ex-Combats, ex-Hells Angels and other similarly anarchic disaffected groups. As Southern Star became more organised, its barely legal activities expanded across the Australasian Pan Pacific Union, whose existence they looked to undermine, bringing in technological expertise from the territory. The A.P.U. Oil Drought of 2061 forced the sport to look to, at first integrating AG technology, and then to 'loosing wheelz' totally by 2063. In 2075 Southern Star is a rogue, but well organised and research funded team based at Melbourne Antigravity Division for Information Technology (MAD4IT), who can be a rebellious thorn in the side of World Anti-Gravity Racing, and one of the most popular with the young because of it.

lions
ag

From the beginnings of Century 21 the Taiwo family began accumulating their huge fortune building a technology monopoly distributing hardware and software across the emergent northern and central African markets following the widespread application of climate control systems. Taiwo Corp was effectively responsible for bringing Africa online and supplying the leisure needs of the continent, including the mass production and large scale distribution of consumer drones. Based in Ajuba and the newly verdant Sudanese capital of Khartoum, Ifeanyi Taiwo began to indulge his fascination in Century 20s MechaMorphers TV show by building real time Mechabots to service the huge building programmes across the continent. As a playboy indulgence, and to position his tech empire at the forefront of the AG racing phenomenon, he founded Lions AG as a plaything with his superstar son as their lead pilot. One of the most enigmatic teams in World Anti-Gravity Racing, Lions AG reflects his playboy lifestyle with an identity based on the MechaMorphers comics which influenced his business empire.

NEUMEYER TRONICS

Neumeyer Tronics (NEU-TRON) family business fortune was originally built on the partnering of their Supertron Autonavigation Systems across the South American continent in conjunction with RPSAs Izulu Dynamics' Advanced Travel Systems which created a connective infrastructure over the Amazonian rainforest linking the east and west of the continent. Its first AG craft were developed to increase speed of travel pods traversing the Trans Andes Skyway, completed in 2056. Ever faster, smaller, more aerodynamic craft were developed in the race to create record-breaking times from Terminal Norte in Guayaquil, just south of the research hub of Quito Suborbital Program, to La Terminal Sur in Puerto Natales. Such was the success of their technological achievements and speeds recorded, that World Anti-Gravity Racing invited whizz-kid family heir Airto Neumeyer to compete in their newly formed global league.

Dragonstar

Following the globalisation of the space programme and its internationally financed relocation to Suprabad Space City north west of Hydrabad in the recently federated Bharet Commonwealth, the former Chinese space industry, its scientists and taikonauts found they had time on their hands. Searching for new thrills and spills, led by child-genius and Yuan Dong boy-wonder (and would-be taikonaut), Yukio An and sporting prowess utilising the vision and experience of the old Chinese space industry. convinced his father, president of the huge digital engineering giant Shenzou Fusion Corporation, to invest in the research facility at Tiangong University as a global showcase for for Yuan Dongs technological

gagarin 68

Eurussia was the first of the big superpowers to see the potential in relocating its Space Agency in the Interworld Hub at Suprabad Space City in Bharet Commonwealth. Its own AG research, initially in tandem with RPSA's Izulu Dynamics' installation of a hyperspeed advanced travel system linking Putingrad with Suprabad, was designed to reduce intercontinental commute times. Research showed that shorter journey times could be achieved by using relays of smaller single passenger craft piloted by smaller, lighter AG-Zhokeys over relatively shorter distances. One of the founding investors in World Anti-Gravity Racing was the Eurussian ex-pat Tiberius Abramovich living in the London Citystate while working as a business advisor for Midas AG. He proposed, part funded, and named, in honour of Yuri Gagarin, the Gagarin 68 team and their Klushino Cosmonaut Research Facility, which sought to harness the Cossack spirit of the AG-Zhoks in an attempt for Eurussia to dominate the then new sport.

garuda
ag

The first Garuda AG developments were public hoverboards to help workers and students navigate the car-less newbuilt science and technology hub of Suprabad Space City located north west of Hydrabad. As the city grew following the relocation of the global space programme there, larger craft able to cover greater distances were required and Garuda commissioned developers from nearby Hydrabad Energy Research Bureau to work with an invited international symposium of AG technicians at the Suprabad Space City University to develop craft specially suited for maximum performance in the high temperatures of the region. Garuda's chief scientist, Deepak Vijay, realised these developments created super high-performance craft able to compete with the best the rest of the world had to offer and in 2070 Garuda officially entered World Anti-Gravity Racing competition with the blessing of the newly elected Bharet Commonwealth government. In their first full season they won the Clive Anderson Trophy, the only team to attain such success at the first attempt.

“A great tribute to it's predecessor, with it's own identity.”
krueger