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Dallas Karting Complex 1.32

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Dallas Karting Complex for rFactor 2

real road
rubber files
animated corner and starter workers
some reflections
24 kart grid
12 kart pit spots
Clockwise and Counter Clockwise layouts
An attempt at night lighting
reasonable graphics

Update 1.10 Improvements:
Added track surface bumps
Fixed pitlane bug in CCW layout
Increased pit speed limit to 35 mph / 56 kph
Added inflatey dude
Added some ATVs
Set VisGroups to 38 for crowds

Update: 1.30

DKC Short

Update: 1.32
Small update on the track surface.

update list:
  • slightly improved AI - completely reworked all versions, but they're still too slow
  • minor graphic improvements - more realistic road patches, better road connection meshes
  • slightly improved bump locations - more closely matched up with road patches, etc.

known issue:
Night lighting doesn't work correctly with HDR automation. To race at night use the included dkc hdr profile. You will have to set it, leave the track and then come back. I've done everything I know to fix this, but it's still an issue. I've asked ISI for help in another thread and I will release an update if this is a track issue.

By: PlickBadger
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Latest updates

  1. Dallas Karting Complex v1.32

    Update: v1.32 Small update on the track surface.
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Latest reviews

This track is just awesome! However, there has been a configuration change at turn 3. Any chance we can get an updated version of this track with this new configuration change?
Its empty because its texas, if you ever go drive in I-30 you will see why
Looks like a great track, but it does look a bit empty beside the tracks, you can look for miles. Maybe some more trees and bush?
Nice Karttrack! ;-)
Gijs van Elderen
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