Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jona777, Jul 16, 2015.
Why you gotta comment something like that. Now people (myself included) will start reading things into those emojis
Just showing appreciation. Isn't it just the coolest circuit!
Where is it?
Somewhere in the middle of Argentina.
Wonderful circuit. Wonder why it isn't in any modern sim, yet. Perhaps the owners want to have too much money?
Indeed it is!
Where do we chip in to get this amazing track done??
I'll pay even a higher price if you include the incoming traffic (WTF!!)
Circuit Mont-Tremblant is simply a hidden gem with elevation changes, etc.... I drove numerous super cars on this track, it is the Nordschleife of North America, 40 minutes north west of Montreal. It's now owned by the famous F1 boss Lawrence Stroll Lawrence Stroll - Wikipedia. It would be my top choice for a future track.
I only want LeMans circuit (De La Sarthe)
with chicane and no chicane layouts with around 60 pit slots.
Then RRRE is complete cirquit wise for me.
I would love to do multiclass racing with Raceroom AI on this circuit.
1 - Fuji
2 - Mugello
3 - Estoril
IT would be nice to rerun this now a couple of the circuits have been added.
Almost any IndyCar/CART short oval, like the Milwaukee Mile.
I would love to see Long Beach to complement my other post.
I would live to see a Nordschleife with a 3 Groups Starting grid. That would be great
- Vila Real
- Gotland Ring (has been recently extended)
By the way, Argentina has lots of fast old school tracks, which are used by Súper TC2000 and Turismo Carretera.
Like the second race of the 2021 WTCR Season, we need Estoril please.
1 - Oulton Park
2 - Donington Park
3 - Fuji
The big ones, Sebring and Le Mans, are the obvious ones but licensing might be prohibitive. My list takes aim on tracks that would be suitable for both modern and classic cars and that are unmodified, or as close to unmodified as possible.
1. Portland (suitable for all American classes, both historic as well as current)
Oulton Park indeed. Really one of my most driven track. Love it.
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