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This is really neat but man that's gonna be a terrible car to design a scheme on that will transfer over to a DTM car.
The shapes and aero bits...
So it's designed to be a passing area, which is always good, considering the old one wasn't.
Can't get a history started without an inuagural event.
They are partnered with Super GT, that's why we've got all the GT500 and 300 cars in the games over the years.
T-Square's "Truth" ;)
tbh give me more chicanes like that one on Tokyo South Outer
Build the F1 track that never happened.
Nothing else interests me. I use consoles for fun racing games and have a PC for the more "serious" stuff.
It's a game.
They're all games.
Getting into PC simracing can be super cheap as well, like I'm on a $400 PC and an ancient Logitech G25.
Man, I bought my PS3 and PS4 specifically to play Gran Turismo - the only other game I have for either system is DIRT Rally 2.0 on PS4.
It's fairly common knowledge that the oval is damaged beyond repair, while the road course is still totally functional.
I want Apricot Hill back, but scaled up so it's a mile or so longer. Scale it up then bring the racing surface width back down to where it...
call it rallycross and give us some mixed surface circuits thanks
that GT Arena from GT5 would be really neat to set up a buncha courses in.
Red Rock Valley.
It's always been heavily implied it was English, based on where it fell in events.
on the PS5
...because, at least in my mind, I want to FEEL like it's a real track, even though it isn't.
Stuff like Grand Valley, Apricot Hill, and High...
MotC into Apollo 440's "Can't Stop the Rock." ;)
The new TM chicane also opens up a passing opportunity at the end of the lap that normally wouldn't have been there...
GV would just need a...
oh god the pileups that would happen though :p
I really hope High Speed Ring makes a return, that track was always my favorite....