Thank you for this wonderful track! My only "complaint" is that compared to your other mods (Ahvenisto, Elaintarharata) the physical mesh on Hockenheim seems to be a bit too low. I mean that, compared to Kunos tracks, or your other tracks, I can feel almost no bumps and no noise while driving. Perhaps because the pavement was new in those 60s-days so that it was really that flat :-)
Please continue your wonderful work! Thank you!
Great work. Used the track with the Lotus 49, which was big fun.
The extra piece of asphalt in the corner between the two straights saved my butt twice today ... ;-)
Forest looks great, my single 980 TI on triple 27" 144 Hz can just handle it. FPS 46-60, but still fluid.
About the billboards...someone mentioned 'Fleischmarkt' which could be, but I feel it should read Frischmarkt.
Anyway... great track...fun to drive, thanks.
The one and only Sergio Loro, Ladies and Gentlemen. Still bringing us excellent historic tracks after all these years.
Kids may not appreciate the long, uninvolved layout, but it is how it was back then, and why so many people died on these kind of tracks. Flat out, no safety. One mistake or mechanical fault at the wrong time, you weren`t going home. We have it lucky, sitting in a comfortable chair, enjoying the thrill without the risk. Many didn`t.
Thanks Sergio. Always a pleasure driving your tracks.
Awesome track mate, this is a MUST HAVE MOD.
if you would indulge me though, it may need some optimization on the straight between the trees for fps. I noticed that there is a fps drop there, if you would be as kind as to have a look? My system is quite strong as I run triple screen with 980-sli and it struggles at about 53 fps from 70fps+ for the length of that section. Other users my not experience the fps drop as significantly on a single display but a little fiddling would be much appreciated.
Amazing, great job! Only a few things: better forest immersion (add another row of trees? but maybe it's not like in real life so not very sure about this one), better mud (i think it's mud but perhaps it's gravel?) textures, and a warmer illumination. How ever, the track looks beautiful!