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Old 3 Jan 2022, 02:12 (Ref:4092266)   #127
Join Date: May 2014
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kerb should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
hi all and welcome to 2022, and i start the year by releasing a track that is probably the most buildable track i have published to date. Track 71 is built for NASCAR, being one half banked oval and one half road course. track runs anti clockwise with the scale being 1cm=25m, giving the front straight a length of 725m(29cm) and a track length of 2.4km (96cm), or 1.4 miles. T1 has 2 variants, the main outer one is 375m long with a banking of 15 degrees, while the inner one is completely flat. the back straight is 475m before T2, and the end of sector 1. T2 dips a meter before T3 before climbing through the kink T4 to a peak of 6m at the hairpin T5. the straight from T4 to T5 is 100m, as is the straight from T5 to T6. T6&7 is a downhill s with sector 2 ending at the exit of T7. straight from T7 to the T8,9&10 chicane is 175m. S/F line is 375m from the final corner, and 350m to T1.
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