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Tracks Sandevoerde - F3 Classic Tracks.

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Modding Discussions' started by Sergio Loro, Jul 15, 2017.

  1. Ryno917

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  3. Sergio Loro

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    hi Nico! i notice AI it is slow at Bos In - Bos Uit, i am going to try to fix this.
     
  4. gecco

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    My thoughts exactly! I soo hope Sergio continues his classic track project.
    I think he will now work on old Spa, which when finished in the quality of sandevoerde, would literally leave me jaw dropped and speechless:inlove:
     
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  5. SteffenLS

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    One can only dream about that! :rolleyes:
     
  6. BenCollins

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    We're not far off
    1. Kyalami (South African Grand Prix) - crap rip available
    2. Mexico (Mexican Grand Prix) - no track
    3. Monaco (Monaco Grand Prix) - crap rip available
    4. Monza (Italian Grand Prix) - TRACK DONE
    5. Mosport (Canadian Grand Prix) - no track
    6. Nürburgring (German Grand Prix) - no track
    7. Rouen - VERY GOOD TRACK AVAILABLE
    8. Silverstone (British Grand Prix) - TRACK DONE
    9. Spa (Belgian Grand Prix) - crap rip available
    10. Watkins Glen (United States Grand Prix) - no track
    11. Zandvoort (Dutch Grand Prix) - TRACK DONE
     
  7. SteffenLS

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    Yes Rouen is a very good track - had some nice races in GPL there.
    When Watkins Glen is ready then we're getting close.
    Edit: Watkins - not the old one I know but still ...
     
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  8. Sergio Loro

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    for 1967 we need Bugatti Le Mans :)
    1966 French GP at Reims and 1968 at Rouen.
    a 60's Nurburgring would be great for sure, shame Kunos dont like old tracks :whistling:
     
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  9. MeMyselfAndI

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    [​IMG]

    :)
     
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  10. Frank Rogge

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    miker.jpg It's really a great pleasure to drive the Miker F Junior at Sandevoerde. Thanks for both mods. And by the way the Miker at Thompson road is also an fantastic ride.
     
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  11. AccAkut

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    The typical AC customer does not exactly care about old "not-laserscan!!!111" tracks, they know this and run their business accordingly.
     
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    ^ A certain and direct path to comfortable mediocrity. :(
     
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  13. Sergio Loro

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    1967 Nordschliefe wouldn't be a great amount of work (relatively speaking), mainly cosmetic changes to the existing track, and the changes to the end of the track, the '67 hairpin bend and pits.

    I'm not sure there has been many changes to the fundamental layout? Could be wrong.

    Get rid of the barriers, the graffiti and we're almost there!
     
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    That's an incredible screenshot. That's how GPL looked in my mind in the late 1990s.
     
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  16. Ryno917

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    The track was actually renovated extensively in 1970 after the GP was boycotted by the drivers. It was smoothed out and a lot of corners were removed/straightened, most of the jump spots removed, etc. The modern layout is much, much easier than the original.

    The version in GPL was the modern layout, not the accurate '67 version. They claimed that it was because it would have been too hard to drive, but I bet it's because they didn't have enough reference for the differences.
     
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  17. Gilles75

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    I've already removed all the armco barriers to give it more of a 60s feel. I only drive 60s cars and tracks.
     
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    Ah makes sense. I am only familiar with the GPL version.

    I have seen videos of the 60s races there, where the car was leaping off the road in unexpected places.
     
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    I spend most on track time in AC on this fantastic track atm. Its such a pleasure to drive all the vintage beauties here.

    Cant wait for Spa, I hope its the next track.
     
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    The available Rouen is at similar level of those unwanted rips. It's not accurate to calendar (as pointed out already) but it's the most inspired layout and surroundings of the locations hosting the French GPs.
     
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