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Track suggestion for the '90s

Discussion in 'rFactor 2' started by Booth.the.doberman, Dec 16, 2015.

  1. I'm working on running a 1991 F1 series mirroring the real season and cannot find Phoenix, which was the first race that year. So I've been looking for a replacement. I found San Francisco as a possible replacement on the ISR site, but it runs at seven FPS! Normally, I get around 80 FPS on triples on an R9 380. Since I can't seem to find an adequate street replacement, I thought I'd look for a track I "could call home." Watkins Glen and Road America were the first choices, but both of those tracks have some serious issues. At the Glen there is an invisible "thing" in the first turn that you can hit and seriously damage your car (I got on top of this thing last night and my wheels were off the ground). At Road America the AI never seem to pass each other and if they are side by side going down the home stretch, they will inexplicably stop at the start/finish line for no reason. What would you recommend as a good U.S. replacement for Phoenix that could also be used as a "home" test track? As a home track, I'm leaning away from a city track and looking more at a permanent road track.
  2. I'm having the same issue really. I've converted rF1 Phoenix and wow is it incredible in these cars... always was I guess.

    It's no good as it is though, needs a lot of work. If I make decent progress, I'll look at releasing it.

    There are a few Road America's released. Which one are you using?

    So in the meantime, while waiting for these US classics, I've used RaceRFactor's Suzuka, Hungaroring, and ISI's Sao Paulo for period circuits. In Gerhards McLaren, I had an incredible race at Hungary, so no problem highly recommending that one. They've all had minor changes over the years, so it's best of a bad situation right now I'm afraid. Still...

  3. I really would like a U.S. track. For Road America, I'm using the SCES Road America 12 mod from here http://simhqmotorsports.com/road-america/. The vast majority of tracks I've been able to put together are from RaceRFactor and are 2013/14 tracks. But I think it's unreasonable to expect someone to make a track package of 1990s tracks.
  4. Perhaps, but it's being done regardless. The guy (Carrera I think) who did the 88 mod indicated he's upgrading all his tracks for rf2.
  5. I would donate a six pack or two to the cause. I made a donation to the ASR guys because I like their cars a lot.
  6. kamackeris

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  7. Thank you. Much nicer track. I have to do some relearning though.
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