Monza Oval 1.1 +video

Monza Oval has returned back: with new pavement and modernized

  1. Bruno Pro
    Eifel Flat
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    Monza Oval is really incredible

    Surface: Concrete/Asphalt
    Length: 4.250km (2.641 mi)
    Turns: 2
    Banking: ≈30°
    Lap record 0:54.0 (United States Bob Veith, Bowes Seal Fast Special, 1958, IndyCar)

    It's an oval with two straights-1100m long and two curves-1025m each

    From Google maps I found that the width is 11.5m-13.5m so I settled up for 13m
    Unfortunately due to Course Makers limitations I couldn't crate banking of 30°, however I set that one on very steep (i think it still gives me between 10°-15° (I hope PD will fix this)

    About the scenery although the 'real' Monza Oval from 1950s is surrounded by the forest mostly I decided to modernized it and add more (NASCAR-like stands) - this was suggested by GTPlanet's well known member FerrariGTO84

    Sorry that I couldn't recreate this track to be more realistic, I hope you will still enjoy it!!!

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Recent Reviews

  1. FerrariGTO84
    Version: 1.1 +video
    Thanks Bruno for creating this track it makes a change from all the american ovals. It looks great. Not sure it will look so good with stands all around but you never know
    1. Bruno Pro
      Author's Response
      Thanks for trying and reviewing the track. I appreciate it
      About the stands going all around, before doing this one I took a spin on Daytona and noticed that it has stands just on sides where the long straights are (not on the curves)
      Probably for practical reason since looking down at the track which has a slope pretty much takes away visibility on the track.
      Plus I wanted to break monotonous look with the flags. I hope it looks nice
  2. djm99
    Version: 1.1 +video
    One can never create tracks to be totally accurate, so a bit of artistic license never hurt anyone..I like it :)
    1. Bruno Pro
      Author's Response
      Thanks a lot. I appreciate you trying the track and reviewing it