Another thread i feel is necessary... For those posts that doesn't fit to any other, stuff that is not related to a single race etc. Don't go too Off-Topic, there's enough places to just chit-chat.. First question or more like a favour to ask. As you may know i build tracks, that's my second favourite thing to do with pants on. I'm trying to complete Cicada GP ( more info here: Cicada WIP thread ) and i need some help. I can't do it alone even with the help i'm having. I do have my own betatesters and collaborators but one thing they can't do: drive a real on-the-limit F1 qualy lap so i can see whether it really works or are the safety issues. Sort of like FIA test that would give me the final saftey issues, do i need to flatten some bumbs, are the runoffs correctly placed etc. The track is designed using the FIA handbook for F1 certified tracks but taken it to limits in some cases. It's a high grip ( 1.015, default is 1 ), hi-flow track where you have to use a slightly too lo aero because of the lengthy main straight, almost 1/3 of the track. The track has variable width corners that gives it the unique feel plus very slippery astroturf and metal drain waiting for you to slip your feet in to the wrong side of that white line... And things change drastically in the wet where the curbs are actually your friends, up to a limit.. As a bonus it also eats tires when sliding too much, it's suppose to be in Spain in the summer so that is reflected to tire temps. That all needs to be tested. I doesn't require a lot of time and i can provide stable online test server, courtesy of Simracingsuomi. Online test is much much faster as i can see my self what the problem also small group discussion can confirm things at once. I can even possibly make a quick patches to try out different grips etc.. Probably one hour session is enough, two if there is time but not more. That much i can tell you that everyone who has tested the track has fallen in love with it. It's modeled naturally using a metal wire, moving one corner changes the whole track then transferring that shape to 3D. This has not got a deadline so there's no hurry. But i'm picturing after the Nurburgring two or three drivers could drive an hour on it, allthou i have to warn you, it very quickly turns to three, like i've witnessed in all online tests.. " just one more race?"