GT4 track you hate most

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 4' started by Klonie Gun, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. sammy neuman

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    Most of the artificial tracks. I don't get the Walter Mitty buzz.
     
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  2. optiongamers

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    I hate Chamonix the track is so boring to me just cant drive more than one lap on that track. :tdown:
     
  3. Petrolhead1

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    I think possibly my worst track is Twin Ring Motegi - Road Course. Just gets tedious after a while
     
  4. Patruck GT2

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    I was to say that. The great majority of corners is repeated 3 or 4 times in the track. 2 minutes of boredom and it isn't really a track where you see differences in driving ability: being good or bad at it, you'll get times which differ for less than 1 second.
     
  5. RandomCarGuy17

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    If I was 10 years old posting this, I would say the nurburgring because it's so long and difficult.
    Now, I don't hate that course and I do enjoy the challenge of it on occasions. Oddly enough, I love driving on that course in FM4 in my Ford Escort RS Cosworth & in GT5 in my Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4.

    Anyway, my new most hated course for GT4 is the Citta di Aria Course. I just don't like really narrow tracks. There's very few places on that course where I can overtake an opponent car.
     
  6. jonnyf90

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    Hong Kong, Tahiti Maze, Motorland
     
  7. Audiguy

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    Both special stage route 5, Fuji 2005, and test course.
     
  8. ShiftingGears

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    Both Paris Circuits, R246, and Twin Ring Motegi.
     
  9. StevenSeagal

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    The tracks I won't miss at all are twin ring motegi (except the oval) and ice arena.
     
  10. GTvsForza

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    I don't like the very narrow rally tracks like Grand Canyon. Those are the only Special Condition races that are left (on Hard). Swiss Alps I can handle, everything else I can't do.
     
  11. Koffey Walter

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    For me i'ts Twin Ring Motegi. It's flat on the corners and i just hate it.
     
  12. e30 freek

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    ^same
     
  13. wejhvabewjty

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    None, I used to hate nurburgring when I was 9 years old because of the iA License. Now I just love it.
     
  14. nielsenman2

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    El Capitan just because your b-spec drivers would almost always crash and make you lose on this track. If you wanted to just sit back and take a break from racing for a second you couldnt. Weirdly for me,when i was 9,10 years old i loved nurburghring. I have basically mastered it now.
     
  15. sparkytooth

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    I must disagree with SSR5 pal I still lament the fact that's it's not on GTPSP (for undisclosed reasons) as of Fuji I can sort of live with it and Test Course I sort of liked it because driving mission #23 and the challenge it posed when they had similar spec cars on it and the guardrails (love em').:dopey:
     
  16. shotamagee

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    I have to echo the grievances others have mentioned with Twin Ring Motegi (all road course versions).

    Mainly I dislike the featureless stop start nature of the circuit, but on top of that I dislike the AI; who's lines and braking points make it difficult to pass them when racing in a slightly underpowered car. (even more so when racing for maximum A-spec points like I do)

    So not only is it a track I don't particularly like, but due to the nature of my game play I end up spending a greater proportion of my time racing there.

    Eg. Renault Clio Championship, time taken to cleanly get 176 points @ Motegi = at least 1 hour vs 10 or so attempts for the full 200 points at Suzuka.
     
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  17. Duke_of_hazard

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    Hong Kong is the worst track i have ever driven
    Test track is best
     
  18. Andy GT

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    My new most hated track is Suzuka because of the stupid chicane near the end of the track. It seems to have something against me. I always put at least 2 wheels off the track there.
     
  19. Duke_of_hazard

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    your lucky you didn't get all 4 wheels of the track :p:tup::sly:
     
  20. Bopop4

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    If it's 2 wheels on the inside then what's the problem? : p
     
  21. ianmcnll

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    Hong Kong is my least favorite...I grew to like the largest Motegi and Suzuka circuits and Opera Paris slowly became a favorite; it has a few 1st gear turns and is especially tough using N3 tires.
     
  22. BoneSawTX

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    any PD original track, hard to name one.
     
  23. carfreaktx

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    Tsukuba--boring and overused
    Infineon--SO TEDIOUS. Never liked Infineon.
    I myself quite enjoy all the city courses but I too agree Hong Kong is just too tight and dont even get me started on that first hairpin after the straight. All the corners on that track have the worst entry and exits but the scenery and details of all the signs looks really nice IMO

    Edit: Motegi and Suzuka kinda suck too
     
  24. Boomshakalaka

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    New York can go suck it. That track is so frustratingly difficult for me, aspec and bspec modes! Such a high range of speeds you have to worry about. Twin Ring Motegi is also a bad course. It just seems boring to me. Hardly any good scenery.
     
  25. TF GT1 01

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    TARMAC TERROR.
     
  26. Duke_of_hazard

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    Experment with that corner, you will keep all 4 wheels on with practice and not much speed:tup::)
     
  27. CVPI93

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    Citta Di Aria.
    I. Hate. That. Course. :mad:
     
  28. EddieHimself

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    I think it's got to be trial mountain for me. I have never been a fan of that track in any verson of GT. I think it's to do with the fact that it's all just so grey and depressing :(
     
  29. skyscrape

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    I absolutely hate the opera paris track or any of the rally tracks, and the 2005 versions of fuji i sorta like except for the last section of turns leading on to the front straight, and for the record **** you to all who say that they hate the le sarth tracks and the ring.
     
  30. Terronium-12

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    @skyscrape, And **** you for saying that you hate Opera Paris and any of the rally tracks.

    Do you see how childish that makes me sound, and in your case highly hypocritical? You have three posts here, and if you'd like to make it to 5 let alone 10, I'd drop that attitude real fast if I were you.

    Consider yourself lucky this wasn't an infraction.
     
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