Tony Rust Race Track is a real natural terrain road course originally constructed in 1984 on the outskirts and hills of Windhoek, Namibia. Combining extreme elevation changes with long straightaways, Tony Rust is easily one of the fastest circuits in all of Africa.
It is also one of the few permanent facilities south of the equator and outside of South Africa. Recently the track has undergone several upgrades as it had been deteriorating for several years. Many volunteers keep this unique track going almost year-round, providing a friendly and fun atmosphere for some of the best racing and international events in Namibia.
Special thanks go to Mark Stenger, who provided dozens of photographs and driving tips to make this interpretation of the track feel more realistic. I would not have been able to finish the project without him.
More thanks go to Bob's Track Builder, and the many people who create Xpacks for free and put them on racedepartment.com
Known issue #1:
I have included a second AIW file for rolling starts with the AI. Long story.
Known issue #2:
Night racing is terrible. Too many objects receive light, causing low FPS.
Track detail levels can be set to low or medium to remove almost all the trees and big objects to improve FPS. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any suggestions for this track.
Please install this into your rFactor/GameData/Locations directory like any other track.
Tony Rust By Cameron Wagner and Mark Stenger 1.0
Tony Rust By Cameron Wagner and Mark Stenger