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Good track, but I would make 2 suggestions:
Make the back straight one long straight (but then I like long straights)
The layout is a bit symmetrical, you have lots of room to put in some varied radius curves to add driving interest.
Lots of room and scope for developing the track as you acquire more bits


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QUOTE (Isetta @ 12 Jan 2006, 05:11)Good track, but I would make 2 suggestions:
Make the back straight one long straight (but then I like long straights)
The layout is a bit symmetrical, you have lots of room to put in some varied radius curves to add driving interest.
Lots of room and scope for developing the track as you acquire more bits


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I would say just exactly the same thing
 

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Looks like a fast, fun track.
I would agree with the previous comments regarding variation of curves though. Try some r1/r3&r4 curves in there, to spice it up a bit, and loose the "out of the box" look. But a great first track, i would say, has a lot of potential.

Lots of good scenic stuff to.
You sure eat a lot of lollies

I envy the space you have there.
 

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good track

Cheers Nick
 

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good track

Cheers Nick
 

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Hi
Got a couple more suggestions

1. I just kinda counted up the lane lengths and it looks like 1 lane is significntly longer than the other - I would suggest moving one of those cross over curves.
2. Why have you got the power straight there with the wires running under the track - why not put it closer to those fantastic stools.
 
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