Agree 100%I am so glad you said that - as I thought I was the only person that could not keep up with the legalities of tracks. The guys who can must have a degree in keeping track of them or perhaps subscribe to a newsletter .
I too would assume the responsibility lies with the hosting site. If I can't trust No Grip I haven't a hope in hell of avoiding illegal tracks.
It's very late and I am very tired (been at work since stupid o'clock today and am about to flake out). So I am probably a little testy at the moment (I probably shouldn't post this until tomorrow.. but hey).I hope that legal degree remark was meant in a funny way, because it's just a matter of common sense to me. We all know what tracks are stock tracks in other games (rfactor, GTR2, Race Driver 2/3 etc) as most of us played it in the past.
I don't recall mentioning a legal degree and was in fact making a self-deprecating comment about the fact 'I' can't keep track of what is and what is not legal. I also do not have a photographic memory about which tracks I have or have not driven in different sims - so common sense (which I have in abundance) is still not going to help me recognise an illegal track convert.Mark A Warmington said:The guys who can must have a degree in keeping track of them or perhaps subscribe to a newsletter