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CAWS MOD TEAM - TRACK RELEASE - Silverstone GP 2017

Started by Hawk, August 27, 2018, 10:18:21 pm

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Hawk

Pleased to announce the release of:  Silverstone GP 2017


This track was released several months ago(v0.96) in a rush to get it out for DD's Silverstone GP 2017 meeting with Dorna, hence we didn't publish here until now with the latest update provided by javiliyors today.

A better track intro-presentation will be supplied with pictures soon.


The download link will be released via DD's "GPBOC Track Database" here: http://forum.piboso.com/index.php?topic=4584.0  as soon as possible today. Thank you.  :)

Hawk

Track Update to version 0.97 -  Monday 27th Aug 2018:

              Repositioned the starting grid to the correct place on the circuit.



Credits: Big thank you to javiliyors for this update, much appreciated.  ;) 8)


Note: Track Download Link via track database in 1st thread post.

javiliyors

Later send the link to the modification track! Thanks 4 all

doubledragoncc

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javiliyors

Yes, i send u a private message later, im a working

doubledragoncc

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Hawk

Quote from: doubledragoncc on August 28, 2018, 09:54:07 am
Thanks

DD


Let me know when it's all sorted please DD so I can clean this thread-up. Thanks.  ;) 8)

KG_03

Shame there is no standing water simulated on this track 😉 thank you for the update 😊👍

javiliyors

link track sended, and this version drain too fast the rain :)

i use this type of the material:

http://www.youtube.com/v/8rbNznCBKI8

Napalm Nick

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Hawk

Haha! Incredible! Nice post javiliyors! ;D 8)

Wonder if we'll see this type of surface on race tracks? But then, is rain and the subsequent wet track part of such an established part of racing now that they'll never use this material on race tracks? Throws up all sorts of questions and thoughts for the future of race tracks doesn't it.  :)

PS: Thanks for letting me know javiliyors, I'll clean this thread up on Saturday or sunday weekend of 1st Sept.

matty0l215

It may be amazing. It may also be amazingly expensive...

The groundworks underneath the surface is where the real drainage will be. This is just a semi-porous tarmac. Riping up the whole surface of a track the size of Silverstone would cost a f-ton of money and if they have just relayed the surface they probably won't want to do it all again :P

Should have built the Circuit of Wales in my opinion. It was dry on Sunday there... ::)

h106frp

And ask some questions of whoever re-laid Silverstone, to have such poor drainage on a new surface seems very odd. If we cancelled racing everytime it rained in the UK we would never get any racing at all.  ;D

Some of the most memorable racing at Donnington was in a deluge!

Hawk

Quote from: h106frp on August 28, 2018, 04:32:51 pm
And ask some questions of whoever re-laid Silverstone, to have such poor drainage on a new surface seems very odd. If we cancelled racing everytime it rained in the UK we would never get any racing at all.  ;D

Some of the most memorable racing at Donnington was in a deluge!


Totally agree with you H.

There are too many do-gooding health & safety whollas around nowadays dictating events and decisions.... Wet tracks are all part and parcel of the sport... Just let the riders get on with the racing I say.... Are they men or boys? Lol!  ::) ;D ;D

matty0l215