best track for practice full lap drifting

Discussion in 'GT5 Drifting' started by notveryhappyjac, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. notveryhappyjac

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    east suzuka or trial mt or autum ring mini ?

    maybe some other i missed, these are the ones i frequent
     
  2. Jesus

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    Do autumn ring mini reverse untill you can drift it from start to finish.
     
  3. Kishkuman

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    I usually just go with autumn ring. It's my warm up track and the tracing use to tune my drift cars
     
  4. FryImaging

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    I like to use the Nurburgring GP track or whatever its called.
     
  5. limepie

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    Tsukuba and autmn ring mini are both nice and short.

    Short tracks make it easier to practice with other people, less waiting for them to catch up. Those are my two favorite tracks to tandem on because of this.

    If you're just going out by yourself, i've always been a fan of trial mountain and Deep forest, i think those courses give you a wider range of corners to try out, while still being somewhat forvgiving. They are also a lot bumpier which is always good practice.
     
  6. nk4e

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    Deep Forest, Trial Mountain, Leguna Seca, Tsukuba, Complex String, and the Green Hell.
     
  7. ZSPaulus

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    Hmm ill try Lagua Seca tonight.. never drifted it in GT5.
     
  8. Noctophobia

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    Kart maps :p
     
  9. nk4e

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    The Cork screw is challenging.
     
  10. ZSPaulus

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    Yeah dude! its how i practiced at first. make your own in the course generator so you can make a small track with many corners..

    Its nice cause the track is narrow; no flying off into the grass and nice boundaries to get close to! Lets try that tonight!
     
  11. BEAST260Z

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    suzuka east is now my fave track. just flows so easy once u get use to it :)
     
  12. ZSPaulus

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    But that first corner is so difficult to enter, maintain, and take the second at a nice speed and line.. Only managed to do it once; with some luck!
     
  13. BLueMotiioNx

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    What about you make self a small track and save it in your favourites?
     
  14. TakeshiSkunk

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    I personally find Tsukuba the easiest to link up. Autumn Ring Mini is definitely the best track to learn on, but there are a couple areas that can be tricky to link, and if you're trying to manji into the big dual apex right hander that can be tough to set up.
     
  15. notveryhappyjac

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    anyone think or try Monaco ? super tough imo
     
  16. limepie

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    Love drifting that course. Not a big fan of the walls, but Monaco has some parts that really flow.

    Was my favorite course in GT3
     
  17. The Ringtone

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    Red Bull Ring mini is quite good as well