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Discussion in 'Motorsport' started by F1GTR, Apr 11, 2006.
Valenicia is correct. Circuito de la Comunidad Valenciana Ricardo Tormo.
Ok, This one then;
Turn 3 at Oschersleben?
You are so right! Your turn then!
Slightly different slant on the picture this time:
Trust me, there's a racetrack in there somewhere!
Here we go, another one on the easy side:
Heh - Wasn't sure if it was Pau or Macau, so I Google image searched Pau and it on the first page was this:
So yeah, it's Pau.
Edit: the corner is Virage de la Gare.
Edit 2: Whilst poking the search results, I came across this: http://www.grandprixhistorique.com/06_bonus/videos_uk.htm
Watch the Morgan onboard video, it's worth a download. 12.7mb.
Three guesses where i found the pic!
Santa Pod Raceway?
Yep. Your go.
Here it goes:
That was quick!
I know it isn't my go but can any of you get this track:
sorry about the size of the picture, it's the only one I could find.
If you don't get it I'll give you some "valuable" clues :-)
The Three Sisters Recreation Area at Ashton-in-Makerfield
The track isn't owned by the recreation group so you're wrong but very close to the right answer.
That's just nitpicking, Three Sisters Circuit, good enough.
Anyways, a new one:
Unfortunatly it can't be enlarged, but there you go, it gives away a large enough portion of the track...
You missed one bit; Three sisters INTERNATIONAL KART Circuit LOL
Anyway I'm going to take a guess at Mantworp Park
Too keep this thread alive, Can you give us a clue?
The track, which used to be twice the length that it is today, hosted a Formula One GP on four occassions. The name of the track was also different to what it is today, but it was mostly refered to with the name of the town close to the circuit. The part of circuit in the picture was the same for both the old and new circuit.
This should be a toughie, so here's 2 photos....