Discussion in 'News & Announcements' started by Georg Ortner, Jan 23, 2019.
Depends on your speed. Haha.
But, no. Only 1 layout, which you can see when you look at the details in the store btw!
I am on the road, looking with cellphone bothers me, so thanks for the (sad) answer.
its the variant that gt masters use , so it does the job ........
Yeah, Zandvoort, Lausitz and others are avaiable in different layouts, too.
BTW: It was only a question, it is answered, so the bluehelmet defense troops can stay in the tents. No need to call any justification deployements.
Lausitzring received the additional layout also later.. maybe in the future Most will too...or Oschersleben..
regarding to the alphabetical ordering in the menu I personally prefer to look for Most at M and not at A
ohh man, this is a fun track
old school track with great flow and friendly curbs and Most important, no off-camber-Tilke corners... not even one
Thank you Sector3 !! Hope we will get some more of these old school tracks in the future
Done my first couple races and the track absolutely lives up to my (high) expectations. Really fun and not too bad for racing either
Like it seems the fast layout was used the last time in 2004. I think that's the reason why we don't have it. Maybe we will get different track versions one day (Most modern, Most 90s, Spa modern, Spa 78, ...), then we are able to "push the pedal to the metal".
If we're getting pedantic about the naming if circuits then Imola doesn't exist because its actually called:
Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
and thats just one example..... its not worth it is it.
Me too and I often find myself on the wrong side of the list when I want to start Zolder. But when looking at Zolder or Zandvoort there should be sth like a consistent ordering. It's just a cosmetic thing... as long as we don't have to drive anticlockwise
Maybe just maybe you need to buy the license to call it by it's real name and applying a quick name switch saves a fortune in fees!
Yep, memorized it in no time and has a great flow. Reminds me of Lime Rock somehow. And about the Tilke thing: Definitively ! There's nothing better than "Old School" kinda tracks literally carved into the landscape (also by decades of racing ), instead of concrete mega-arenas for modern gladiatorial games on cold computer designed racetrack layouts for technocrats
The middle section reminds me of Mugello..
Your prayers have been heard
sorry for offtpoic:
des anziche word mit "k" in frangn is karage, da wo ich mei audo barg ;-)
For clarification : A german dialect even most Germans don't understand
A slavery slur.
Would it be mean to say that the Oschersleben-Layout that was used in ADAC GT-Masters 2018 is not available in Raceroom?
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