Autodrome St Eustache

Discussion in 'Tracks' started by iGetMadAngle, Feb 19, 2015.

  1. iGetMadAngle

    iGetMadAngle

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    This is for drifters and i know theres a big comunity if you guys make the map
    St Eustache I know the whole comunity would go crazy about it. Rfactor has it and its amazing. Good for people who like to do drift competitions its actually a Forumula Drift Track
     

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  2. Crs_D

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    I believe such truck was in the first NFS Shift :) a small oval
     
  3. iGetMadAngle

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    Never played it, I know if they did implament it you would have to have low number of players
     
  4. GTPorsche

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    The title of this thread needs to be fixed.
     
  5. iGetMadAngle

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    How does it not "Meet the requirements"
     
  6. GBO Possum

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    The name of the track should be in the title.
     
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  7. Scuderia Paul

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    It's just plain logical to use the name of your suggested track.
     
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  8. GBO Possum

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    If everybody posted their track suggestion as "TRACK IDEA", then it would be chaos, @iGetMadAngle.
     
  9. iGetMadAngle

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    I cant cange the title now so..
     
  10. GBO Possum

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    Assuming you mean "change" rather than "cange", then why not?
     
  11. daan

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    Thread tools > Edit thread. It really is quite simple.