Mont Tremblant (St. Jovite) 2002 GP Course
Scratch built by PorscheGuy
Bobonen for the very useful lofting features hidden away in Modeler's Garage. Doc Austin for the night racing conversions
BillB for the skybox
Built in 1964, Le Circuit Mont Tremblant is an exciting, high speed road course located near St. Jovite, Quebec, Canada, about 1 hour northwest of Montreal. The 15-turn "long course" is 2.65 miles in length and is characterized by dramatic
elevation changes and fast, sweeping corners. Several of these corners crest blind rises, resulting in intimidating blind-apex high speed turns that require the driver to commit to the corner well before the apex is visible. As a driver's circuit, Mont Tremblant ranks among the very best of all North American road courses.
Le Circuit was completely rebuilt during 2000-2001. The new track follows the layout of the old course but is wider and smoother, with large runoff areas, FIA-style curbs, and two chicanes. Banking has been removed from most corners. The track surface has been widened from 28 feet to 36 feet, and the new pit straight is 42 feet wide.
In its early years, Le Circuit hosted two Formula 1 Grands Prix, four USAC races (all won by Mario Andretti) and several Can-Am, Formula Atlantic, and Trans Am races, including the first Can-Am race ever, in 1966.
A Grand Am race is planned for 2002.
Mont Tremblant now has a flashy official Web site at http://www.lecircuit.com/.
Modeller's Garage 0.681b
MS Excel - "Path modifier", "SCN editor" and "Pits and grids" spreadsheets;
None that I’m aware of other than the poor AI performance.
An Important Note:
Without any of the huge run off areas of some of my previous tracks, I didn't have to do anything special to make sure corners are not cut. Just stay on the pavement and you'll
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Mont Tremblant (St. Jovite) 2002 GP Course 1.0