The Macedonian Grand Prix – Skopje Street Circuit
5.8 km, 16 corners, clockwise, start at the dot.
The Thousand Lakes GP, 50km outside of Helsinki.
4.5 KM, 16 corners by a conservative estimate. Pitlane on the outside of the track.
Finland GP – Helsinki Twin-Lakes Circuit
5.787 km circuit, start at about level with the 2km marker, but on the main straight. Either 15 of 16 corners, depending on whether you’d count one as a corner (the second part of the curve past the 3km mark).
Norwegian Grand Prix – Oslo International Circuit (Name still a WIP).
6.7km with roughly 16-17 turns. Has plenty of elevation change. Pitlane situated on the outside of the course on the straight before the 1km marker.
Polish GP-Gdańsk Street Circuit
Starting at the 1km dot anticlockwise 19 turns 6km long
Luxembourg. But actually this time inside Luxembourg. About 30km north of the capital, just outside the village of Colmar-Berg (the location of Goodyear Tyres manufacturing and testing facility).
Clockwise, 5.6km (3.5 miles) The first sector is most medium-speed constant radius corner that ends wil a long, long sweeper. The middle sector is very fast with short-sharp kinks and a long straight, and the final sector has a fair few switch backs and quick left-rights, ending with a good ol’ chicane
There seems to be a little more entries than usually. I will announce the winner later today, so there is still time for last minute entries.
The winner is @royal-spark for his circuit in Denmark, because it is a nice-looking track that has a lot of interesting corners and it reminds me of some old-schiool circuits.
First win with my first entry. Thanks for that. Now here’s the gauntlet I’m going to throw down.
Beasts of Speed Roar at the foot of a Sleeping Giant.
There are few race tracks in the world that sit close to a mountain. Fuji Speedway’s the only one we could really think of but let’s face it the current layout is uninspiring and a shadow of it’s former self. So for this round I give you the challenge of designing a track with a mountain backdrop.
Here are the rules:
-Draw a new track layout that’s within a 15-30km radius of a mountain.
-Circuit length can be 4.5 to 8km long.
-It must have 16 Corners.
-Mount Fuji or any other mountain with a local track will not count!
-It must have 16 Corners
Are you referring to the fact it must be exactly 16 corners or 16+ corners?
French Alps, near the famous l’Alpe d’Huez, 16 turns
Exactly sixteen corners. No more. No less.
@royal-spark ahh, excellent! The number of corners a proper racing circuit should have. None of this 25 corner rubbish!
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