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Old 16 Mar 2021, 06:33 (Ref:4040702)   #112
Join Date: May 2014
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kerb should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
Track 60 is a circuit I designed watching formula E, more specifically a race at Berlin Tempelhof. for those who don't know it, its a street styled layout on a large slab of concrete near the terminal of the old Tempelhof airport. during the pandemic in an effort to finish the season, the series ran 6 races in 9 days on 2 different layouts (technically 3, but they just reversed the first one). due to it not being on public roads, it has the advantage to take its own shape.

i like street tracks when they're done right, but most times they are limited by the roads around them. I have followed the idea of a street style permanent course twice on this thread (tracks 25 & 32)

track 60 is an anti clockwise circuit with 18 corners and not a huge margin for error. scale is 1cm=20m, with the front straight being 420m (21cm).
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