Since I have GT5, I’ve spent most time creating tracks and making hotlaps on these tracks with standard, unmodified cars (on hard sports tires). So, I thought it could be a good idea to present here these tracks and share them with you. You want to have a track? Send a friend request and a message specifying which track you want, I’ll put it online. Comments on the tracks are always welcome. Please send a message (or GTP-PM) to let me know you’ve downloaded the requested track. That will permit me to answer to other requests by putting another one on line. My tracks are mainly of three kinds : 1) Fast courses, most of them faster than Monza 2) Long, winding Nordschleife-like courses 3) Slow, technical, tarmac rally-like tracks, or « Monaco on the countryside » tracks. As a big fan of the Nordschleife, Le Mans and the ancient Francorchamp, you’ll see I like long tracks (most of them are between 5 and 7 miles) Reference times: for each track my lap time in a 100% stock Premium ’02 RX-7 My RX-7 lap times on the GT5 tracks: - Monza: 02:11.057 – 98.81 mph - Nordschleife: 08:11.116 – 94.82 mph - Sukuba: 0:55.117 – 65.07 mph Note: all Eifel and Mt Aso tracks are clockwise. Toscana tracks can be clockwise (CW) or anti-clockwise (ACW) 1) Fast courses Faster_than_Dijon (Eifel): RX7 : 01:41.565 – 110.63 mph A longer version of the French Dijon-Prenois circuit. Nice track for races with fast cars. Gerolstein (Eifel): RX7: 02:34.016 - 108.10 mph Fast and technical track, with less elevation than on most other Eifel tracks. Carrara (Toscana – ACW): RX7: 03:24.373 – 104.36 mph Alternates fast and slow corners; has a nice chicane. A good driver can make the difference on this track. The first track a generated. Arezzo (Toscana - CW): RX7: 03:31.885 - 101.10 mph Less slow corners than Carrara (except a tight chicane). If you like high speed cornering, don’t hesitate, try this one. Adenau (Eifel): RX7: 03:07.718 - 99.36 mph A nice track for races that reminds the Brno circuit (although the layout is rather different) Prato (Toscana - CW): RX7: 03:26.349 - 98.14 mph Take the Arezzo receipt (chicane, high speed corners) and join a very technical second sector and you get this. Sienna (Toscana - ACW): RX7: 03:17.590 - 97.68 mph A succession of long straights and tight, technical corners. Longest “straight” is longer than 0.53 miles, because it is not completely straight. Malmedy (Eifel): RX7: 02:06.538 - 96.44 mph Technical, rather short Eifel track with an important elevation. 2)Nordschleife-like courses Pescara-like (Toscana - CW): RX7: 03:33.365 - 91.07 mph My test-track. Suitable to evaluate all capacities of a car (handling, acceleration, speed, fast cornering). Vintage circuit, in the spirit of the Pescara road circuit (1957 F1 GP). Frascati (Toscana - ACW): RX7: 04:51.322 - 89.23 mph I created this course to break the record of the longest Toscana-course (see https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/showthread.php?t=160977). It was a nice surprise, thanks to its many fast corners. Faster than it’s layout suggests. Livorno (Toscana - ACW): RX7: 04:13.628 - 90.19 mph Another 10+ km course. Receipt: 7 “10”-complexity sectors. Gives nevertheless a fluid and rather fast track. Lucca (Toscana - CW): RX7: 04:43.222 - 81.64 mph Same receipt as Livorno, different result. I call this my “Italian Nordschleife” Eifelschleife K36 (Eifel): RX7: 03:52.228 - 89.15 mph The Norschleife-philosophy applied on a 5.75 miles long Eifel-course. As its name indicates, it alternates fast and slow, technical sections. 3) Tarmac rally courses Giro di Toscana (Toscana - CW): RX7: 04:46.518 - 74.17 mph A long straight and then you get a 5 miles long tarmac rally stage. Or: During 5 miles, you drive on narrow roads comparable to the Nordschleife section between Karussell and Pflanzgarten. Keep the rhythm! Toscana Tarmac Rally (Toscana - ACW): RX7: 05:20.686 - 66.06 mph Like Giro di Toscana, but even more extreme. Was created to be a corners record in the Toscana environment (see https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/showthread.php?t=160977). Except the straight and the 180°, most cars will only use 2nd and 3th gear on this track. Complex Aso 37 (Mt Aso): RX7: 02:28.025 - 66.66 mph A 0.58 miles straight followed by 37 corners in 2.1 miles with a huge elevation. Mount Aso could be an ideal environment for hillclimbs if the y permit us to make point to point courses.