Ive loved Complex String since I first tried GT3 & bought 2copies of it before I finally got my own PS2... I got BTB a while back & tried a couple of times to build it & failed. I tried a quick private conversion of it from GPL (made by Madcowie) to rF some time ago but didn't like it at all being not long enough & (I felt) too easy, plus it just wasn't the same... At some stage I read Nui had started a version of it for rF from scratch & forgot about his WIP thread at rFc at the time which has since been released... A while back (between having forgotten Nui's WIP & his release) I started another version of it in BTB after having spent close to 2 years building a pair of long tracks (1x33km & 1x84km) as well as doing odd-jobs on other peoples tracks felt that I should attempt something smaller.... Ive since gotten a fair way with it but halted again briefly to build an even shorter track which is to be released shortly (2km/1.3ml Port Wakefield, South Australia) & so in the last week or so started to play with it again... My premiss for the track is that it is to have a road surface as closely representative of the original Gran Tourismo3 release with no extra cambers, lumps or bumps that weren't originally there. I'll also be trying to place ripple strips & walls in as close a proximity to the original as well BUT the terrain/landscape will be different &, more importantly I feel, there will be 2 small peices of track added so that it can also be run as 2 shortened versions in a 'Club-Day' kind of guise... The following screenies are a little dated as Ive now started adding walls & the sand texture is slowly being replaced... A GPL loading screen I found on the net somewhere to base the build upon as a start.... How it was looking a short time ago as a wire frame in BTB.... Looking down the main strait.... 'Close-up' of the second 'Club-Day' pits.... Over looking second pits with a better view of the track.... And finally for now, the addition that allows the running of the 2 smaller tracks.... There will also, eventually, be reverse versions of each of the 3 layouts available.