Gday all, Ive been lurking & prowling the forums for a while & figured now Ive got the basics down it was time I finally started a thred for my own track. Bungonia is a small village south of Goulburn NSW Australia & lent it name to Australia's first motorcycle GP back in 1924. Back then it was just a network of dirt roads & only used the once for the purposes of racing. Ive always been a fan of long tracks, especially circuit types, eg Isle of Man, Nurenburg Nordschlief etc... Only a few years ago the roads that make up this track were finally fully tared & it's in this state that I wish to represent it. Im hoping that I can also bring about that feeling when paddocks roll & unfold with a long perspective whilst charging along & it's here where Ive come up on with my first "stall" in the project. Im a complete & utter noob at this type of thing & computers in general, but it's the burning desire for the long tracks thats driving me to bring this into being. I realize this project will tack a couple of years to complete,even for an old hand at BTB, let alone a noob such as myself,but Im willing. So,if there's anyone out there in cyber-land who's had experience at building long tracks/circuits or just plain interested, please, dont be affraid to drop me a line, I'll be most appreciative to hear from you. Well Ive rambled on long enough now, but feel free to check out Bungonia at the following GoggleE co-ords:-Ive cheeted, there should be a place mark on GoggleE @ the bellow location. The start/finish line is located at 34:47'03.00"S by 149:44'09.75"E and goes in an anti-clockwise direction. Although the original track was 84kms, with current road maps it measures around 77kms due to trimming with road re-alinments over the years. Ive managed to massage that back into 80.4km(50ml) in 3dRD. There is an excelent book called "The Racing Boys" by Wayne Addams that Ive been using for many references & can forward on to anyone interested.