Mallory Park club uk R07

Mallory Park club uk R07 v1.0

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Mallory R07 V1.0
Phil and MotorFX converted this nice club circuit , Race07.

Mallory Park is a motor racing circuit situated in the village of Kirkby Mallory,
just off the A47, between Leicester and Hinckley.
With the full car circuit measuring only 1.35 miles (2.173 km) it is amongst the shortest
permanent race circuits in the UK.
However, chicanes introduced to reduce speeds in motorcycle events mean that the Superbike Circuit
is slightly longer, at 1.41 miles (2.269 km).
Shorter UK circuits are Lydden Hill, Brands Hatch Indy circuit,
Scotland's Knockhill and Silverstone's diminutive Stowe circuit.
The circuit started life as a pony trotting circuit in the late 1940s,
which defined the outline of the oval track still in use today.
After the financial collapse of the equestrian club responsible for the circuit,
the track was hired by various motorcycle clubs for grass track motorcycle and motorcycle sidecar racing.
The circuit was converted to a metalled, road racing venue following the purchase of the site
by Clive Wormleighton in 1955.

Motorcycle riders passing through the John Cooper Esses, taking part in a circuit track day.
The circuit has a number formations, founded on a basic one-mile oval, with the majority of
configurations including the northerly extension to the tight, 180° Shaw's Hairpin.
At the other end of the circuit lies the long right-hand Gerard's Bend. Gerard's is about a third
of a mile long and turns through nearly 200°.
It was named after local racing hero Bob Gerard, who opened the newly reconstructed circuit
on 25 April 1956. Unusually, there are a number of large lakes occupying approximately half of
the circuit infield. Despite its short length and Shaw's Hairpin, the tightest corner of any UK track,
Mallory is a fast circuit. To reduce speeds for motorcycle racing a pair of chicanes have been introduced,
together with a revised exit to Gerard's. Edwina's was added toward the end of the straight following Gerard's,
named after former managing director of the circuit Edwina Overend, and the Bus Stop Chicane on the
descent to the sweeping left kink, the Devil's Elbow, a blind, downhill,
off camber left hander before the start/finish line on Kirkby Straight.
In 2003 a new complex was added toward the end of Gerard's curve. This sequence of bends was designed
to reduce speeds on entry to Edwina's, and to prevent motorcycles from colliding as they jockey for
position into the chicane.
Annually in October, The Festival of Sidecars takes place.
No solo machines compete, but sidecars of all categories are entered,
including three wheelers such as those made by the Morgan Motor Company.
Mallory Park does not have any true permanent garage facilities,
although there are a handful of open garages in the pitlane.


- Working Start-/PitIn-/Pitoutlight
- Animated mashalls
- Full featured AIW (32 cars)

- Phil & MotorFX for rF, GTR2 and Race07 version
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