Pyongyang, North Korea (clockwise)
A sweepy street circuit. It would require some reconstruction, but from what I can tell, most roads would be up to it. I couldn’t make a lot of typical street circuit corners, since most other roads are far too narrow. I wanted to use the tunnels-turned-into-bridges things, but that’s not really realistic.
Mogadishu, Somalia (clockwise)
Another street circuit, but due to the condition of the roads and not all of them being as wide and some 1km straights, I’d prefer to build something outside of the city.
Purpose built circuit: (clockwise)
Loosely based on the street track, I’ve made it pretty demanding, with virtually no straights and a lot of bends.
Basra, Iraq (anti-clockwise)
I mentioned I don’t like really long straights, but this track would need it. A race around Iraq’s main port is cool and the roads are nice, but we know F1 drivers mostly get their cooling at high speed. Basra records 30 degrees on average in April, so you can imagine what the summer is like there. The roads are nice and bendy, there aren’t a lot of 90 degree corners, so I think this would be a nice race.