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What type of track do you prefer?

Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by Ondrej Kapal, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. City circuits - techniqual (tight road, sharp turns)

    18 vote(s)
    12.0%
  2. City circuits - fast (for example Sachsenring 1967)

    7 vote(s)
    4.7%
  3. Open circuits - techniqual

    68 vote(s)
    45.3%
  4. Open circuits - fast

    51 vote(s)
    34.0%
  5. Ovals

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. I dont prefer any

    6 vote(s)
    4.0%
  1. Ondrej Kapal

    Ondrej Kapal

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    The question is simple - do you like more city circuits? Or some classic? world circuits? more or less turns, more speed? :)

    Multiple choices arent allowed.


    About me it is n°1 for sure
     
  2. Ariff Roose

    Ariff Roose

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    depends which car i drive.. fast tracks are usually the higher class cars which are the DBR9's and the M3GTR. if i were using the RMi BMW M3 E92 mod, it would be he small gear 2 corners to slide around. :D
     
  3. Mike Bell

    Mike Bell
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    probably my all time favourate track is spa 1969
    donno what that comes under
     
  4. Ariff Roose

    Ariff Roose

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    MIke, that sounds interesting. Do you have a download link for the track in GTR Evo? Or is that just a circuit you love and not in the game? :D
     
  5. Philip Antonia

    Philip Antonia

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    I'd have to say touring car circuits are my fav. For example I love all of the STCC tracks and places like, Snetterton, Croft, Jyllandsringen etc.
     
  6. FerrariMan96

    FerrariMan96

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    Dunno about 1969, but I know there's a Spa '67 somewhere.
     
  7. Mike Bell

    Mike Bell
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    sry hadnt checked this thread in a while
    link is right


    wait for it :)


    wait for it :)


    here : http://www.nogripracing.com/details.php?filenr=27586

    and yeah i did mean 1967 :)
     
  8. Tim Meuris

    Tim Meuris

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    you really sound like Barney Stinson from the serie 'How I met your mother':D
     
  9. Mike Bell

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  10. Michael Carver

    Michael Carver

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    Technical Tracks (both open and street/closed). But since I could only vote for one, I voted open ... I shine better at technical tracks as they suit my driving and setup styles the best. I just can't get the speed needed for fast circuits (at least in FWD Touring cars).
     
  11. Tim Meuris

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  12. Boby Kim

    Boby Kim
    There is no spoon...

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    Its hard to say. I voted for open circuits fast allthough Monza is very difficult to drive due to finding the balance to the straights, fast and very slow corners. My favorite is Spa but thats because i know the track well. For me the most difficult corners are bend in or bend out corners like Sepang.
     
  13. Ondrej Kapal

    Ondrej Kapal

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    Yes waaay off topic, where did you get czech subtitles there? :D
     
  14. Tim Meuris

    Tim Meuris

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    lucky hit on youtube :p
     
  15. H34d5h07

    H34d5h07
    No money, no team racing.

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    Hmm, my choice aren't even listed :D
    I guess the closest answer is open, fast circuits. Like Monza, Le Mans, Greyhound (fictional) Spa and Green Hell :D

    I like tracks that takes some time to complete.
     
  16. Erik Tveit

    Erik Tveit
    I can haz cookie?

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    Well, I love them all... :D

    Monaco, is one of my favourites!

    Sacherhring aren't bad either..

    I don't like Istanbul, but I love all those others. ^^

    Nordschleife VLM v2 For The World! :D

    Kw speedway, is maybe a bit boring, but would like to race at that to. Or do the new drift place to ken block inside race 07. :p
     
  17. Hammer57

    Hammer57

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    My favorites are the more challanging natural terrain road courses, classic and current. Spa, VIR and Miller to name a few. Wish I could find Mt. Panorama to go with my FVR V8 Supercar mod so I could practice screaming like a woman!
     
  18. Ricoow

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    My favorite is Zandvoort :p Just cus I'm dutch and I visit races there sometimes,

    But I like technical tracks the most, preferrably with a bit of grass next to the track to prevent claustrofobia :p
     
  19. Christophe Berton

    Christophe Berton

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    - Imola (great circuit)
    - Spa and zolder (belgian :) )
    - Interlagos with IFM
    - Valencia
    - Hockenheim
    - ... :p
     
  20. Josh Barton

    Josh Barton

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    My favs are:

    Adeliade Street Circuit: i am a specialist on this circuit, ive done more laps here than anything else ever. I know this circuit back to front and love it totally and unconditionally

    Spa: its just a classic track, everyone would agree with that

    Valencia: i actually hate this track as it has no really good overtaking spots, but its one track that ive learnt back to front due to online racing, so i have developed affection for it

    Laguna Seca: not sure why i like this one, if it had a longer straight in there somewhere it would be perfect

    Gold coast indy Australia: something about this circuit attracts me, and its familiarity only increases its appeal.

    Mugello italy: just a different track, has a good flow