Thinking of that one how did they manage when they did a lap of the banking then a lap through the forest every lap? If you were being a bugger couldn't you block the other guy out so he had to do two "half" laps or something.. I must be missing something.
QUOTE (Eno Dog @ 8 Oct 2004, 01:04)Thinking of that one how did they manage when they did a lap of the banking then a lap through the forest every lap? If you were being a bugger couldn't you block the other guy out so he had to do two "half" laps or something.. I must be missing something.
This thread has got me thinking of what are the best track features around the globe, that lend themselves to great racing. I never read the first explanation of the question correctly. Having just read it a gain - I see the aim... However
A few examples
As- previously mentioned - Eua Rouge... awesome - Ive planned that into my now delayed track..
I dont plan to have a fly over in my home circuit, and I doubt the flyover on Suzka has any actual bearing on the racing... Its a feature, but what does it add to the track and the racing
A cork-screw - the difficult series of long turns at the Chinese grand prix, that left a few drivers helpess... has anyone got that planned into their circuit?
Banking, like at the the Indy road course, Im definatly gonna opt for a few of them in my track plan.
Does anyone have chicanes, like Goodwood or a Bus stop like Spa? Im planning a rather large Busstop, using scaley digital. to the point where Im going to have only 1 lane usable through it, the other will be coned off. It will mean an off if you dont change lanes prior to the series of corners.
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