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Snetterton 2011 1.5

Famous fast Norfolk circuit - Converted by Rainmaker

  1. Shaun Clarke
    This 3D-track was made by lasercutter for rFactor 2. It was converted and enhanced to Assetto Corsa by Rainmaker

    Features:

    working AI for AC v1.2
    19 pit boxes with working pit lane
    bonus layout Snetterton 200
    sound reverb at s/f line (optional)
    replay cameras
    TV Replay Camera's by Norbs
    track map
    hot lapping support
    time attack mode support

    Images

    1. Snetterton_2011_01.jpg
    2. Snetterton_2011_02.jpg
    3. Snetterton_2011_03.jpg
    4. Snetterton_2011_04.jpg
    5. Snetterton_2011_05.jpg
    6. Snetterton_2011_06.jpg
    7. Snetterton_2011_07.jpg
    8. Snetterton_2011_08.jpg
    9. Snetterton_2011_09.jpg
    10. Snetterton_2011_10.jpg

Recent Reviews

  1. Leonardo Ratafiá
    Leonardo Ratafiá
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    i've seen v1.51 some where with these changes:
    -grid raised to 22 cars
    -several shader changes
    will it be updated here as well?
  2. CobraCat
    CobraCat
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    What a wonderful track, thanks for the conversion, much appreciated !
  3. Mr CioL
    Mr CioL
    3/5,
    Version: 1.5
    This track is to clean and too poor around. It needs to be more detailled compare to other mods/tracks.
    1. Shaun Clarke
      Author's Response
      This was converted from Lasercutter's 2011 version, and yes I agree, but that's how it was in 2011. It's not now, I know, so I am looking in to getting this brought up to 2015 details.
  4. asehauDLM
    asehauDLM
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    Brilliant work, thank you!
  5. marcos3d
    marcos3d
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    Nice! Thanks
  6. Razor94
    Razor94
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    thank's.
  7. tetzip
    tetzip
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    Great track with lots of low speed corners