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Endurance races tracks suggestion

Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by Eric. K, Apr 24, 2009.

  1. Sepang

  2. Nurburgring Endurance Layout 2008

  3. Nordschleife

  4. Istanbul

  5. LeMans 77

  6. RoadOne

  7. Rouen Les Essarts

  8. Zhuhai

  9. Barcelona

  10. Monza

  11. Interlagos

Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. Given the recent success of the long race @ Spa and what it is looks already as a popular Paul Ricard event, I am starting to plan a June enduro event. Once again I would like it to be something around 3+ hours. Let's hear your guys format suggestions (cars/tracks/other rules). Remember because of Evo limitation we have to pick tracks that are around ~2mins/lap.
    Right now my short tracks list:
    • Sepang
    • Nurburgring Endurance Layout 2008
    • Nürburgring Nordschleife 2008
    • Istanbul
    • Dubai
    • LeMans 77
    • RoadOne
    • Rouen Les Essarts
    • Zhuhai
    • Barcelona
    • Monza
    • Interlagos

    Cars are the usual GTs.
  2. Yves Larose

    Yves Larose
    Premium Member

    one track suggestion here, LeMan :wink2: and i ran Dubai not long ago but i was there but from the post made lots of people are getting minidump with it so it might need some testing before beeing use again :)
  3. Gotta have Sebring if you're doing endurance :)
  4. Sebring is awesome. Le Mans would be awesome too, it's perfect for endurance. Very demanding, pushes the skills of the drivers and the car. Sepang would be fun, hard to imagine doing an endurance race there.
  5. Yves Larose

    Yves Larose
    Premium Member

    i agree Sebring would be a good enduro track but the one we have right now is a crappy version of it, the layout is about right but the graphic part of it sucks :rotfl:

    EDIT: once i,ll be able to buy BTB Sebring is on my to do list
  6. If we could somehow persuade to Andrew to convert the fabulous rFactor Bathurst (providing he gets permission) that would be sensational.

    Donington Park National would be another good one, although maybe the GP layout if you're wanting a longer lap.
  7. Donny and Donny National are prolly too short, but 67 Sachsenring would be a pure evil delight :D
  8. Too short Ryan. Laptimes in GTP are closer to 1min than 2.
  9. Detroit 88 would likewise be "fun" ... :wink2:
  10. No one would finish:)
  11. Yves Larose

    Yves Larose
    Premium Member

    pure madness, i was thinking to run it in the CIZC and i changed my mind after trying it :rotfl:

  12. Silverstone is nice and wide. A1 Ring? Although that is probably too short.

  13. Yves Larose

    Yves Larose
    Premium Member

    RoadOne with the WTCC Extreme that would be nice :giggle:

  14. Guys, dont just throw all the tracks at me.... so far LeMans was a great suggestion, so was Sebring... Good ENDURANCE tracks:)
  15. What about Jerez 88?
    Nothing too sinister to break yer car when you are tired as far as I remember and fairly long laptimes.
    Rouen Les Essarts might be a good one too as its a lovely track with fairly long ... or maybe Hungaroring (can't remember laptimes but vague recollection its close to 2 mins)?
  16. Yves Larose

    Yves Larose
    Premium Member

    Lee hongaroring would be to short, long time ago i did 1:53:xxx on hongaroring with the mini's :rotfl:
  17. Hockenheim '99?
  18. I've heard that the corrent availeble Sebring version isn't very pleasing to many... but I never tested it myself in Evo.

    True classics (but long laps)

    • Nordschleife (My favorite racetrack, narrow with many fast 1 line zones)
    • Le Mans 77 (It would be a survival test, cars to be fast need to be setup with low support but any error on the final part of the lap is paid highly)

    "Easier" suggestions (laps around 2 mins but not less than 1.50 I think)

    • Rouen Les Essarts no chicane (downside - no banking turns :D)
    • Road One (it will be tiring... but I guess all are)

    There are a lot of "cool" racetracks, but lap times are under 1.50 for GTs (for instances: Watkins gp, MoSport:drool:, Dijon gp :rotfl:, Limerock mountain, Monaco :p)

    Btw, as most know from the other thread, I would go for mix classes but with only 2 (12 -13 racers).
  19. Bram

    Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    • Spa
    • Mid-Ohio
    • Nordschleife
    • Monza
    • Zhuhai
    • Barcelona
    • Nurburging GP
    • Nurburgring Mullenbach <-- why not :skywalker:
  20. Isn't Laguna Seca of the tracks in the ALMS?
    Why not use that one.