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Old 21 Jun 2021, 17:45 (Ref:4057660)   #46
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Personally, not a fan of rovals. The infield turns tend to be quite flat and featureless. I found Charlotte last year to be rather dull, in spite of the downpour.

That said, I wouldn't mind seeing IMSA on a super high banked roval with very minimal infield section. Maybe some version of Talladega?
There's just something special in seeing the roof of the car you're following.
So Daytona?? Banking at Daytona 31 in the turns, 18 on the trioval, Talladega is 33 and 16.5 on the trioval.

We already have Daytona, Talladega is just copy and paste but without any history.
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Old 21 Jun 2021, 18:59 (Ref:4057670)   #47
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That's why I wouldn't mess with Daytona. Someone suggested an oval with just a few chicanes. So that gave me an idea of having a minimal unfiled section and a lot more banking. Daytona isn't that. And although Daytona is just as highly banked, it doesn't quite have the same "wall of death" effect that smaller ovals have. So I thought of Talladega. A simracing friend of mine used to call them "cement mixers"

This layout would do. Just thinking out loud. It'll not like this would ever happen.

I don't know if this is a real layout used for racing, just a pic I googled.

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