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).
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
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!