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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Samus, Oct 29, 2015.
As of now, that configuration only exists in mission challenges.
Sardegna - Road Track - A
Sardegna - Road Track - A II
Sardegna - Road Track - B
Sardegna - Road Track - B II
Sardegna - Road Track - C
Sardegna - Road Track - C II
Time to add you know what.
Only when the update with it in actually arrives. It may be in a WT build, but until I have it in my hands, it's not going on the list...
@Famine we have Spa in our hands.
Hey @Samus ,
I found a veeeery tiny mistake on the list. You wrote "Autodrome Nazionale Monza" and "Autodrome Lago Maggiore". It isn't a mistake, but seeing you also wrote "Autòdromo de Interlagos" in the original language, I think you should also rename also them "Autodromo Nazionale Monza" and "Autodromo Lago Maggiore". I'm Italian, just letting you know, sorry for taking your time.
I know Maggiore is spelt Autodrome in game, which is probably why they spelt it like that here
Yes just let Samus know. Didn't want to be "the perfect guy"
Samus hasn't been on the site in almost two years. The site's moderation staff manage the list in the first post, and we use the in-game names.
That even includes obviously wrong names like Interlagos. The circuit became "Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace" in 1985, having previously been "Autodromo de Interlagos".
That said, I'm pretty sure that Monza is "Autodromo" in-game (the real track is actually called "Autodromo Nazionale di Monza"), so that might be an old error that no-one's actually spotted until now. Lago Maggiore is very definitely "Autodrome" in-game though. I know this because it annoys me every time I see it - for the same reasons.
Time to update the list I think.
I noticed in this week's FIA race at Big Willow, that there are different versions of the tracks based on the event. For the race this week, with Gr3 cars, the gantry/bridge is up over the main straight. But for the Daily Race A a few weeks ago, with street cars (Mitsubishi GTO), it was in 'sporting' configuration, without the bridge, and presumably, as many spectators. Interesting, I hadn't noticed that before. Pretty cool, the details.
It's a similar thing at Monza as well with the bridge at the second chicane.
Most tracks have different sponsor boards in FIA compared to say TT