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Old 25 Aug 2007, 17:34 (Ref:1996384)   #1
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Duke_toaster's street circuits in small countries

A rather interesting collection of tracks in countries that would never probably host a GP.

Track 1 - Port Of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago

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Pits in Queen's Park, runs anticlockwise, F1 or ALMS, possibly with a non drawn chicane on tragarette road (2km long without one!).
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Old 25 Aug 2007, 18:35 (Ref:1996410)   #2
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I'm not overly fussed about the circuit, but a natural chicane would be at your 4km Marker...leave Tragaret Road onto the unnamed road on the map, turning 90 right onto Maraval Rd, before returning to Tragaret Road
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the section on the Queens Park road also seems pretty flat out for nearly 2kms as well

maybe instead of going round the park, you could use Maraval Rd, and then turn onto Queens Park West Rd. you'd have a 4 km track that way
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Quite a nice circuit. Definitely more of a sportscar circuit, as you said. Just a quick tip, though - try and use the hybrid view where you can. I can see you missed a roundabout not shown on the road-only map
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the section on the Queens Park road also seems pretty flat out for nearly 2kms as well

maybe instead of going round the park, you could use Maraval Rd, and then turn onto Queens Park West Rd. you'd have a 4 km track that way
Somehow I find it hard to believe the US Embassy on Queens Park West Rd would allow a car race on it's doorstep.

The original track has the same problem: it would enclose the Embassy building inside the course.

Otherwise the track looks nice, except that the bottom straight is a bit too long.
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Did anyone notice the cemetary at the end of Tragarete? would they allow a race to go on in front of it?

heres my edit, it goes from St.Clair to Maraval then onto the Tragarete straight.
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