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22nd June 2016, 0:27 at 12:27 am #323198
Brands Hatch. Redone the GP circuit as it is too short for modern F1 in my opinion. Kept the paddock circuit intact, build a new Pitlane and garages though to bring it up to speed. A flowing but challenging track, with no artificial overtaking spots, but good drivers would still find a way past.19th June 2016, 9:33 at 9:33 am #322891
Has there ever been a racing game that has recreated the old Monza layout? I’d love to drive around it, and obviously that’s not going to happen in real life.
The Berlin E-Prix had a dual carriageway, the failed Qingdao Indycar circuit too, as did the second Edmonton layout16th June 2016, 20:27 at 8:27 pm #322518
Pits would be along Avenue Kleber, as would the start finish, despite the way I have mapped it out here10th June 2016, 8:39 at 8:39 am #321779
A near 7km long epic, the pits can be built in the docks and there’s plenty of room for spectator stands8th June 2016, 0:29 at 12:29 am #321687
Red Bull Tag Heuer
Williams Ford Racing (US backing)
BMW Sauber Motorsport (loved this partnership)
Aston Martin Racing (used to be Force India)
Alfa Romeo Scuderia (used to be Toro Rosso)
Team VW (either Lamborghini or Porsche)
26 cars, on 35 tracks
Melbourne, Adelaide, Suzuka, Sepang, Singapore, Yeongnam, Shanghai, Buddh, Dubai Autodrome, Sakhir, Sochi, Istanbul, Kyalami, Hungaroring, Red Bull Ring, Hockenheim, Nurburgring, Imola, Monza, Spa, Zandvoort, Le Mans, Silverstone, Brands Hatch, Catalunya, Monaco, Portimao, Sao Paulo, Argentina, Mexico, Montreal, Austin, NY/NJ, Long Beach, Indianapolis. That would be perfection in my eyes!
Tracks would double up so Brands Hatch and Silverstone go back to back, as would Imola and Monza, Melbourne and Adelaide, Suzuka and Yeongnam, Shanghai and Buddh, Sakhir and Dubai, Singapore and Sepang, Istanbul and Sochi, Hungaroring and Red Bull Ring, Nurburgring and Hockenheim, Le Mans and Monaco, Spa and Zandvoort, Catalunya and Portimao, Argentina and Sao Paulo, Indy and Long Beach, Austin and Mexico, Montreal and NY/NJ. Kyalami is very far from everything so they’d probably have to go alone.
Trust me, it’ll work!26th May 2016, 23:31 at 11:31 pm #320938
Grosjean, Bottas or Hulkenberg.
Of course it should have been Bianchi (RIP) Who would most probably have been a Sauber driver for the past season and a half24th May 2016, 19:02 at 7:02 pm #32068017th May 2016, 8:11 at 8:11 am #320078
Didn’t one force India take out the other in Korea a few years ago?16th May 2016, 13:05 at 1:05 pm #320046
Grosjean if he takes the Ferrari seat, Bottas if Williams get a decent upgrade for Canada and get a lucky break or two, Sainz if he gets into Red Bull or another top team (doubtful) or Wehrlein if he displaces one of the Merc drivers28th March 2016, 22:24 at 10:24 pm #316167
I am going on holiday for a few days, to Cologne, so I want you guys to build a street circuit in this area.
4.5-7km and needs to be mostly roads, one or two minor built sections are ok, but no purpose built circuits guys. You have until midnight on Saturday night (that’s when I’m back)26th March 2016, 14:17 at 2:17 pm #3160447th March 2016, 22:35 at 10:35 pm #3147815th March 2016, 7:55 at 7:55 am #314377
Some lovely, challenging test tracks here, each with their own unique qualities, and there are reasons to give each of you top spot, but I am going to give this one to Browny, his track just edged it for me, congratulations!1st March 2016, 18:43 at 6:43 pm #313687
Haas are serious about Formula1
So serious that they have decided to follow Ferraris lead and build their own Maranello.
This is Kannapolis, a Nascar hotbed where many teams are based, and they have approached you to built their track.
All they want is a straight of at least 1km, a variety of corners for testing purposes and some elevation would be nice too but isn’t necessary. The circuit must be between 4.5 and 7.5km and built within the 10 mile squared box drawn above.
Have fun, judging on Friday27th February 2016, 8:16 at 8:16 am #313405
Start finish line is Lakeside, the track hugs the lake before peeling off onto the main base tarmac for some sweet esses, before working its way to the north of the base, where we turn around onto the main taxi-ing runway, where 2 long straights are broken up by a tight right hand corner, the second long straight flies into a very long left, before a couple of tricky corners at the end bring you back to the Lake and the start finish line