As a multiplayer survival game, Rust has a reputation for ruthlessness with its player versus player actions, such as rading bases and making trap bases to deal with raiders. Fortunately for more peaceful-minded players, there are PvE servers in which players are free to build without the worry of other gamers wrecking their progress. But that doesn't mean there's no competition. Recent updates to the game allowed for players to build cars. With the Nydia's Angels server in Rust back up and running, a number of players decided to make their own. Then came the idea of a race between players, which came to be dubbed "The Wacky Race." So how did it turn out?
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