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Bear in mind before commiting to track like this that you should think carefully as to the layout in order to keep your racing fun rather than frustrating. There are a number of web sites that offer sensible advice on track design, from positioning of 'drivers' and bridges to the design of hills and banked corners. One such article can be found at: http://www.bscra.fsnet.co.uk/track1.htm Although aimed at club tracks, many of the rules apply to home tracks as well.

Having said that, if anyone is interested in having a track designed on Cad so that Glenn can cut directly from this pattern then I may be able to help if you don't have access to track design software. I have worked as a design engineer in racing for over 11 years now, most of that using Cad so I am reasonably proficient with it. Given the overall dimensions of the space the track is to fit in to and guidelines such as a sketch of the proposed layout (an aerial photo of a real circuit can even be scaled).
 
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