Looks like a nice quick circuit with a few decent technical bits on the bends.
Only thing I'd try playing around with, is move the XLC before the pits back around the corner so it last piece of track before you hit the last corner before the pits. (!?! - hope that makes sense). Theres a good chance cars could have a slide on exiting the bend and missing the sensor. I have a similar arrangement on my track which I think works well as you have to prepare for the pits, but less experienced racers get a bit annoyed about it.
I agree with Snurfen on that one. Also, it would be nice to get something other than R2 bends in there. Also also, is that classic track in the pit lane? How will you connect those crossovers right to the pit lane?
No R1s as the right hand end you have to reach over a beam to reslot cars I have tried and it gets a bit hairy. the x overs were a thought that i could make a complete circle to park cars on in the middle . I will take your advice on moving the change over, I have tried the circuit and yep you can miss the entrance to the pits.
I didn't mean put R1s in, I was thinking more along the lines of some R3 and R4 turns to mix things up a bit. In some cases, you have no choice but to use R2s, but there are several places that you could make into R3 or R4 turns, or better yet, combination turns that tighten or widen, or both.
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