Re the 2nd XLC coming out of the hairpin on RHS, it's too close to the corner so the cars will miss the sensor, a min 1/2 or better full straight before the sensor will mitigate this.
Thinking about this and from an aesthetics/flow point of view I'd be tempted to can the change and go back to your original plan for the RHS as you're not getting a long enough straight on RHS to let the car rip and given the LHS straight has only R4s this is where the power can go on and you let rip.
If I had the extra 2 feet long-ways in my space I'd be very tempted by this layout, loads of space for scenery and no hassle with raised sections!
So, we had our race this Sunday. Woaw what fun it was.
But because of a mis-calculation in my available tracks, I ended up with 2 right-hand (C7015) pit lanes and no left-hand (C7014) ones.
We couldn't use the pit lane when running anti-clockwise. Having tested the track in both direction, the anti-clockwise is more zestful !
An extra C7014 is definitely on my shopping list.
With the standard GT cars of the ARC platinum set (Mercedes AMG, Porsche RSR, Aston Martin and BMW), we were having laps of 8.5~8.6 seconds (clockwise)
I recommend this layout if you have the opportunity.
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