BEFORE PLAYING ON THE MAP, YOU HAVE TO DOWNLOAD THESE TWO VEHICLE MODS:
IT IS IMPORTANT TO HAVE THESE TWO VEHICLES BECAUSE THESE ARE USED IN MAJOR PARTS OF THE MAP ITSELF. IT WILL ALSO CRASH YOUR GAME IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THESE VEHICALS IN YOUR MODS FOLDER, PLEASE REMEMBER THAT!!!
Notes from BETA Testers:
"You can really open up the throttle a lot more, and you don't really have to let off, its perfect for a insane freestyle. The jumps are perfectly angled and sized for the jumps, and it feels like a "Cracked out" fair which I love, and the "Slingshot Jump" next to the stands brings the icing on the cake."
"Its actually a really good map, it's a map that you don't have to limit yourself in, but it requires and its great for beginners or for seasoned drivers."
"This honestly is the best map you've made. It's so much better than Old Andrews."
"You killed it man, this will be any trucks worst nightmare."
Why was is called Fujita Fairgrounds? It was named after Ted Fujita, a meteorologist at the University of Chicago in Illinois. Storm experts began using an enhanced version of the Fujita scale in 2007 that included more detailed descriptions of the damage. Unlike hurricanes, which are classified by measured wind speeds, tornado categories are based on wreckage after a tornado has struck, because the wind speeds are difficult to measure. After a tornado has passed, experts assess the damage, estimate wind speeds, and categorize tornadoes according to the Enhanced Fujita Scale, with ratings from EF-0 to EF-5, with EF-5 being the highest magnitude of damage with a tornado. Figuring since your probably going to be destroying your truck like a tornado in this track, why not make it Fujita Fairgrounds?
He has inspired many to follow in his footsteps, by making rockets that measure billions of calculations at once, and inspiring many others to become storm chasers, and to follow the mayhem. But here, I decided to make a Monster Truck Track dedicated to him, and the other who've died doing what they loved. This map in-itself is a celebration towards the role models out there.
I have a few people to thank for helping me with this map, so here they are.
Thank you @Ethan Saunders for creating a tribune image for Scott Hartsock
Thank you to @TheHoonCow94 @Adinman2005 @Daniel915 @jax the snow leopard and @mrfarenheitdallas for BETA testing this map
Also, a huge thanks to NoName.PX for allowing me to use his props and shapes for this track.
Thank you for taking the time to take a look, and download Fujita Fairgrounds 😄
Let me know what you think below, and if you have any questions, feel free to ask me.