Alpine VGT is now Released! Available on recent 1.17 Patch. Wallpaper from last video now available!

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 6' started by FrzGT, Jan 6, 2015.

  1. AleksandarSRB

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    After turn 4 on Nurb... I think :idea:
     
  2. RacingManiac

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    While thats true, the look with the open top and twin tail still reminds me more like a Matra MS670 than a A220...

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  3. CinnamonOD

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    Those braking flaps are going to be a minor problem for people who depend on late braking to get an overtake.
     
  4. Niku Driver HC

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    I have seen someone else's (can't remember who right now) opinion on this; that these flaps could either give the car additional "invisible walls" that might cause you to hit the car or the other cars just glitch right through them (which isn't good looking). They might be a bit more than a "minor problem"...
     
  5. Noname0529

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    I'm pretty sure it's Matterhorn
    Also if you think about it would make sense. (Matterhorn is in the Pennine alps mountain range)
     
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    No it isn't:

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  7. sparkytooth

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    Definitely not Nurburgring GP/D or GP/F, those tirewalls seem like Suzuka, but I think the Hitachi chicane at Suzuka 2014 has different coloured tirewalls
     
  8. ProjectWHaT

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    I thought it was Suzuka but whatever.
     
  9. sparkytooth

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    Definitely not Suzuka
     
  10. JKgo

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    ............It's a French car, so which track in GT6 is French? La Sarthe, Cote d'Azur, annnnnd......???
     
  11. sparkytooth

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    No French courses match that image.
     
  12. Niku Driver HC

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    Those would be the only French tracks in GT6, my friend. Which begs the question: What French track looks like that in real life?

    Guess none, according to sparkytooth. So we're back to square zero on this one.
     
  13. CLowndes888

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    Well it isn't Circuit Bugatti
     
  14. sparkytooth

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    No world Circuit in the entire game matches that image.
     
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  15. CLowndes888

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    Magny-Cours maybe?
     
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  16. MrYasser

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    Coures Maker maybe?
     
  17. DSkywalker01

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    It would be worth the wait if the course maker is that detailed.
     
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  18. TurismoBad

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    Yup, just did a quick check looking for those specific tire walls and nada, not in the game. 99% sure it's a new track.
     
  19. sparkytooth

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    I did too, not a single world circuit (Which this track appears to be) has tyrewalls like this
     
  20. suomi1

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    And Dijon Prenois
     
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  21. Niku Driver HC

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    Dijon isn't on GT6, but you're right on it being a French track.

    Hold up, checking the track tirewalls... They're red and white, just like the ones on the video! And Dijon is quite bumpy as a track...
     
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    image reference to cockpit track map image and actual track Is it a mirror or am I not understanding the cockpit track map image? Bugatti and Alpine.jpg
     
  24. DSkywalker01

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    Its similar to Bugatti... but its too angular... thinking its a course maker track.
     
  25. Johnnypenso

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    It's identical to Bugatti, all that changes is the accuracy of the track map and the curve radii. However, it is flipped but that could be due to a number of things.
     
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  27. 05XR8

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    2 car types and 3 colors to choose from. How will this play out?
     
  28. sparkytooth

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    Yup and by several others. However there still seems to be some debate about it.

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  30. Niku Driver HC

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    To be fair, I believe it is the Bugatti Circuit. It's not a 100% accurate map (due to the shape of some corners), but the general layout on both maps is the same. Now, if that is the circuit shown on that brief period in the video, that's a whole another story...