@ Sean, Again I think it can be credited to my manic nature, it's a bit like you're work documenting the speed of different track piece combinations.
In the end it comes down to the fact that we want more enjoyment out of what we have got.
Thanks I'll build lots of carpet layouts before I commit to anything.
But this track is gonna be a fast one, as opposed to my rally tracks, a grandprix/CanAM track inspired by the movie Pinch Cliff Grandprix.
why or what is that you ask ?
Well I want to build the cars from that movie and most of the cars are CanAm cars except for the Il Tempo Gigante the Bertone Carabo & the Abarth 2000.
Car number 12 - Abarth 2000.
Driven by the dangerous German, Heinrich von Schnellfahrer, also known as the speed phenomenon with monokkel and glasSeye
Car number 3 - Bertone Carabo.
Driven by Ruffino Gassolini, also nown as the speed devil from Torino.
Car number 5 - McLaren Chevrolet.
Driven by Ronnie Medel-Svensson,
Car number 8 - Lola L&M 260 Can Am.
Driven by Carlos Fandangio, the man from the Pampas
Car number 4 - Lola L&M 260 Can Am.
Driven by the Irish Jimmy Mc Quick
Boomerang Rapido - Mc Laren M8B. (12 cylinders)
Driven by Rudolf Blodstrupmoen, Don't know his English name
And last but not least
Il Tempo Gigante
Build and driven by the bike repairman Theodore Rim
all cars but Il Tempo Gigante was Politoys kits in scale 1:25
So I'll need to find them in 1/32
And I'm thinking of using a Fly Truck as the foundation for I'l Tempo Gigante.
Here is a video of the race:
Of course I'll never finish this project but I think I'll have some fun while trying to do it
So that's about it for a rather length response