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Discussion in 'Tracks' started by karelpipa, Jan 20, 2014.
Almost forgotten and unused, but very nice atmospheric track from Gran Turismo 2
Remember these streets were real back in the day. Have they changed? If not, there is still a small window for Rome-Night and for the other Rome tracks to appear again... but it is still a small window since we already have one track based on the Eternal city
one of my favourite GT tracks
My favorite track in any Gt games. Used to take the Altezza Lm just for the sake of driving there. Lovely hill descent, fast yet technical.
It was a great track, and i actually miss it.
Funny how we change, I don't run night tracks anymore but this track was My favorite in GT2.
That's because most nighttime tracks in Gran turismo 6 aren't that good
Or you can't see anything (Willow Springs)
I struggle seeing in all the night tracks. Thats why I dont run them.
The only nighttime track where I can't see is Willow springs. On the rest I can do the same kind of laptimes I do during the daytime hours
Really liked this one. Would like day option as well.
You better NOT count the Special Stage Tracks.
It's a great map. Could also come in the game and actually be used for something, rather than only play it by random on the Event Synthetizer and the One-Make Races
This cool looking track was not even represented much in GT2
Le mans is also very dark with almost no light in some parts.
Fantastic circuit. A lot of deceptively fast corners which were immensely satisfying to get right, especially in the faster racing cars. I imagine it would be sublime with the modern Gran Turismo handling model.
I use to love Slingin' my old lotus motorsport elise around this track. it's a great place to practice all different kinds of corners!
Why i didn't liked this before? i thought i did like this age's ago.
Well okay then, I would just like to share this:
I just have no words to describe this.
GT2 liked course
please come back!
I like very exciting track!
Thanks, but for me i want Rome not Andalusia ambience. For Rome its a must.