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Old 5 Mar 2014, 00:28 (Ref:3375124)   #61
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A 2.13-mile, clockwise track located in Winston-Salem, NC. It would be used as an open track, as well as for NASCAR and IndyCar, and could possibly be used for United Sports Car.
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Old 5 Mar 2014, 03:36 (Ref:3375173)   #62
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Circuito de Santiago

A 3.03-mile track in Santiago, Chile that features two multi-apex corners. It also features a short track, which is 1.98 miles long. Both designs run counterclockwise. They could be used for Touring Cars, and Formula 1.
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Old 8 Mar 2014, 01:57 (Ref:3376367)   #63
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Circuit of New South Wales

A 3.23-mile counterclockwise track, that would be located in Newcastle, NSW, Australia. It would obviously be built somewhere with a small lake. Primary use would be V8 Supercars.
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Old 8 Mar 2014, 18:44 (Ref:3376498)   #64
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Midwest Motorsports Park

A 2.87-mile track that I whipped together in under 2 hours (that's why it isn't as detailed as my other tracks. ). It would be somewhere in the Midwestern US, probably Iowa or Illinois. Runs clockwise.
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Old 8 Mar 2014, 20:17 (Ref:3376520)   #65
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A 2.87-mile track that I whipped together in under 2 hours (that's why it isn't as detailed as my other tracks. ). It would be somewhere in the Midwestern US, probably Iowa or Illinois. Runs clockwise.
Ha, you seldom see such a fine specimen of classic, oldschool track design.
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Old 8 Mar 2014, 23:21 (Ref:3376575)   #66
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A 2.87-mile track that I whipped together in under 2 hours (that's why it isn't as detailed as my other tracks. ). It would be somewhere in the Midwestern US, probably Iowa or Illinois. Runs clockwise.
Flip the pitlane and paddock to the outside of the circuit (inside the U shape) and run it Anti-clockwise

It's been a while since I seriously suggested reversing the direction but this would work great.
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Old 8 Mar 2014, 23:34 (Ref:3376583)   #67
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Any comments on any of the tracks other than Midwest Motorsports Park?
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Old 9 Mar 2014, 00:21 (Ref:3376592)   #68
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Circuito de Guadalajara

A 3.37-mile track located in Guadalajara, Mexico. It is probably my most detailed track so far. Runs counterclockwise. Would be used for Formula 1, and possibly United Sports Car.
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Old 9 Mar 2014, 00:48 (Ref:3376599)   #69
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Circuito de Guadalajara

Why the gravel trap in the middle of the straight?

The people in the left hand end of that grandstand after the bridge aren't going to see much - at least those at the right hand end are at the braking zone so will see any potential overtakes.

The second bridge later in the lap over the infield section I'd have placed elsewhere if it's needed at all, Rather than the back to back grandstands on the entry and exit to that area I'd have placed the grandstand on the infield giving viewing of the approach both right handers and the exit away.

A question if I may, on designing the circuit, do you have a shape for the whole circuit in mind, or perhaps just an outer shape that you then add infield or esses to break up?
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Old 9 Mar 2014, 01:24 (Ref:3376602)   #70
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Circuito de Guadalajara

Why the gravel trap in the middle of the straight?

The people in the left hand end of that grandstand after the bridge aren't going to see much - at least those at the right hand end are at the braking zone so will see any potential overtakes.

The second bridge later in the lap over the infield section I'd have placed elsewhere if it's needed at all, Rather than the back to back grandstands on the entry and exit to that area I'd have placed the grandstand on the infield giving viewing of the approach both right handers and the exit away.

A question if I may, on designing the circuit, do you have a shape for the whole circuit in mind, or perhaps just an outer shape that you then add infield or esses to break up?
The gravel trap in the middle of the straight is because there is a very slight turn, and if anyone goes off of the track there, it would probably be at full speed. The reason for the back-to back grandstands is usually so that no spectators have to look at the backs of grandstands, however, that kind of failed in this track (Guadalajara).

When designing tracks, I usually just improvise as I go along, I may use other things as inspiration.
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Old 9 Mar 2014, 01:31 (Ref:3376603)   #71
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Here's the modified grandstand on Guadalajara.
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Old 9 Mar 2014, 20:00 (Ref:3376808)   #72
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Raceway of Africa

A 3.19-mile track located in Johannesburg, South Africa. The central track is 1.01 miles long, and the short track, which is the design at the bottom of the z-shape, is 1.86 miles long. All designs run counterclockwise.
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Old 13 Mar 2014, 02:54 (Ref:3378064)   #73
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Norddeutsche Rennestrecke

A 4.24-mile endurance track located in Berlin, Germany. Runs Counterclockwise.
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Old 21 Mar 2014, 08:59 (Ref:3382569)   #74
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Eagle Valley Racetrack

A 3.32-mile, counterclockwise track located in Grand Junction, Colorado.
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