The two directions of Racer: CG and/or NON_CG greeting racer Track and Car developers, Now that we have two avenues of Racer it would be preferable to show this division with our new track and car naming convention. As I test many tracks and cars in the racer community I noticed that there is a real reason to seperate not only our comments on tracks and Cars but also it's naming convention of the compressed files and finally the folders they will reside in when installing each track/car. Quite simple really ... when making CG versions of Tracks and Cars as well as making comments to that effect in the releases but also appropiately name 7z, Zip, and RAR naming should also show which Track and Car is being offerer and installed. The first choice ... So a track for example "swiss_roll" would refer to the non_cg track and "swiss_stroll_cg" obviously becomes the _cg version. and also with the Cars _CG track I know some may think me finicky to come out and make a Thread to state something so obvious, but though a ogranised and adhered to naming convention not only in our comments but also in our 7z, Zip and RAR naming and most importantly the Track and Cars installation folder naming can we all enjoy a more understandable division between the two types of Racer versions that are running,CG and NON_CG for example if a CG track is loaded onto a racer non_cg computer it's graphics are completely incorrect. And when a non_cg track is loaded onto a Racer non_cg computer it runs at a lot faster frame rate. for example Zolder ( a non_cg track at present with errors ) has a frame rate in Racer _cg version at 1.xxx fps and placing in the Racer non_cg the frame rate jumps up to between 56 and 100+ fps. more of course when you've got a better graphics card than me . That said the naming convention can be changed to either ommiting the _cg from non_cg Tracks and Cars or making the naming convetion as follows The second choice ... cg track = <trackname>_cg non-cg track = <trackname>_noncg for the installed folder particularly this way newbies to the Racing community will also be informed what they are getting and for the rest of us what we have already installed, and where.