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 [rwl] [cir] [ovl] [tpk] Monza 
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Post [rwl] [cir] [ovl] [tpk] Monza
Hello. I presents my Monza tracks

Monza Full - 1085m
Monza GP - 674m
Monza Oval - 422m
Monza Junior - 271m
Autodromo Nazionale di Monza


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Post Re: [rwl] [cir] [ovl] Monza
I'll just give you a couple pointers:

- I don't think you're making full use of the map; the track is rotated a bit too much counter-clockwise. If it was more clockwise you would have a lot more room for the track, giving more space everywhere. I dunno, it's just what I always try to perfect, having the layout make full use of the spaceI have.
- My pet peeve, using bushes as trees. Always looks wrong to me.
- Only 4 pits... This is the smallest of problems, however.
- The part where the track goes under the oval. You painted th oval part, which isn't wrong by any means, but this way, don't the cars just go over the oval part, breaking the illusion (yes there is such a thing in GR)?e

Of course this is just nit-picking, because this is obviously a really well-done track. It's just me only being able to criticize.

Congratz, one of the better Monzas I've seen


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Post Re: [rwl] [cir] [ovl] Monza
nice one...its ok
but i wait for monte carlo ;)

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Post Re: [rwl] [cir] [ovl] Monza
Halama good job!!!! :clap: :bg:
please make a Long Beach :nod: , ok?

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Post Re: [rwl] [cir] [ovl] Monza
Well, bushes as trees IMO is very good decision for this track. :up:
The main problem is with Full course. Main straight which was the widest part AFAIR from GPL is as narrow as bob track. The same with other parts of oval. If you decided to make this version you'd better make it at least as wide as other track. GP course is very good though. And in Oval version, I think, you could do extreme banking as it is IRL.
But in any case it is awesome effort and you have :star: :star: :star: :star: :exstar: from me for the whole pack and :star: :star: :star: :star: :star: for GP course.
As fas as I know, it was only second Monza track with oval version after Kid A's oldmonza.

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