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Macau is available

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Dave R, Jun 18, 2015.

  1. Dave R

    Dave R
    Premium Member

    Macau is out and available for 499 vRP.
     
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  2. nice!!!
     
  3. budlix

    budlix
    Wheel Rotator Premium Member

    Macau!!! Going for it (adieu my hard-earned Euros)!
     
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  4. budlix

    budlix
    Wheel Rotator Premium Member

    Hmmm tricky track. Tight as my pants from childhood.
    Well optimized, no fps problems to me.
    Great looking track promising lot of "bumper-bumper door-door" battles.
     
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  5. what a crazy track....well done...ai can be interesting, but not much issue for me at this point,

    recomended
     
  6. Dave R

    Dave R
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    After watching several YouTube videos and playing race07 and rf2 varieties of Macau, I'd say that real drivers are just as bad as the alien drivers at Macau. Tough track to tame.
     
  7. beautiful job by s3. a challenge but if i can get a couple spots down, i think ill really enjoy it. probably has some of the most exciting sections of any street track ive yet driven.
     
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    Amazing that motorbikes race here!....
    The risk/reward factor is immense here, more so than Monaco. Out of Melco Hairpin to the fast right at Fisherman's Bend. You gotta get 'R' Bend right to carry speed all the way down to Lisboa. The most exciting corner is the flat out right at Mandarin Oriental. Many touch the Armco there on the exit. A fun blast up San Francisco Hill between the walls to Maternity Bend. Then several fast esses (Solitude) with dips and brows along the way. American Bob Earl won here when it was Formula Pacific. Of course Ayrton Senna won here (with a hangover from the night before). Easily the most challenging and fastest street circuit in the world. The Macau Grand Prix has been run 62 times.
     
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