Featured in The Crew 2
Gee Bee R-1
1934
Granville Gee Bee R-1
TS 211 mph
340 kmh
Power 800 bhp
Rating 118 / 270

The 1934 Granville Gee Bee R-1 is an American air racing airplane manufactured by Granville Brothers Aircraft. It is the successor of the Granville Model Z produced between 1930-1931 and was part of Gee Bee's Model R series with the R-1 being the first out of two air planes manufactured (the other being the Gee Bee R-2). The plane was designed by Howell W. "Pete" Miller & Zantford Granville and was assembled at Springfield Airport in Massachusetts between 1932 and 1933.

The Gee Bee R-1 comes equipped with a Pratt & Whitney Wasp TDR3-1 engine developing 800 horsepower.

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Just like any airplane, the Granville Gee Bee R-1 made its first appearance in The Crew 2 with its main model listed as a TC2LogoAR.png air race plane but is also available as a TC2LogoAB.png aerobatic plane.

Type Image Name TPS Power Rating Cost
Air Race planes TC2GranvilleGeeBeeR1.png ManufacturerGranville.png Gee Bee R-1 211 mph
340 kmh
800
bhp
118
 / 270
Cash424,900
CC60,700
Aerobatic Planes TC2GranvilleGeeBeeR1AB.png ManufacturerGranville.png Gee Bee R-1 149 mph
240 kmh
700
bhp
70
 / 220
Cash336,000
CC48,000
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