Pillbox Hill, Los Santos - The GoPostal HQ saw a historic event unveil at today's press conference - a formation of new racing team, soon to be starting in red and blue of the premier mailing and courier company in the state.
Ever since the formation of our company in 1971, we strived to make our deliveries faster and better. After outpacing all other courier firms, our drivers felt lack of competition and soon pressured us to make a move. Subsequently, we decided to run a racing team project, aspiring to be a force to be reckoned with in the upcoming Broughcar - Chase for the Xero Cup. Our drivers have many years of experience in finding the quickest way to drive around the city, as well as managing traffic, so we feel that the transition into racing world will be as smooth as it possibly can be.
Smith Cunningham, CEO of GoPostal
The company also showed their livery on all three of Broughcar cars, making a clear statement that GoPostal is ready for the event.
This upcoming Too Hot to Handle Endurance Race, I'm gonna run Matte Light Grey, Blaze Red wheels, Xenon Headlights and Electric Blue Neon lights underneath. Curious what you may think of that secondary paint scheme.
> Had fun in the Too Hot to Handle event we were on track for a win in GT3 and almost had a podium in GT2. Overall, I think our performance was good. Hoping our team gets more participants as time goes forward!
I wish R* would add the ability to create a livery using an extended crew emblem tool. We could use the angular billboard (white/red/blue) and have a much better design. Overall, I think the secondary scheme we ran worked. I think there's little left to update on the team other than events.