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This is my first attempt with cutting up commercial track. I worked with the following goals:
- fit on my existing table
- have a real pit lane
- have a racing-line lane change (cuz they look cool)
- minimise the use of R1's whilst maximising track length
- hard enough for me ... easy for my 7 year old son



There is also a plan for a partial 3 lane version along the back straight.
I must credit shaumbmx and drummer with many of the ideas in these layout.

The track is fun to drive, and sub 5 second laps with "standard cars" are realistic once I tidy things up.

Comments and questions are welcome and appreciated!
 

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Thanks for the comments. The previous Trackpower image was "photo-chopped". Here is a photo of the real curved pitlane exit:



The XJ220 (with lights on) is leaving the pit lane to merge with the XJR9. You can see I have a lot of work to do on scenery
 
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