[rwl] [cir] Albert Park

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[rwl] [cir] Albert Park

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Hello.
This is my newest track: Albert Park Circuit in Australia.
I hope you like it.

Enjoy. :wave:
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OMG :shock: Now we have at least 3 amazing Albert Parks. :heyea:

Should we wait next week a new brilliant Sepang? :bowdown:

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Well, After comparing the screen with Google maps, I can say that it's quite respecting the layout and the surroundings... Good Job :bg: It's the best Melbourne I've seen up to this date. :drive: Since this is a Street Circuit (and this applies to other [stc]s) I think it could be cool to add some pixels of either sand or gravel on the non-race line part of the track, to simulate real dirts of street circuits... I listened the GP this morning and dirt was clearly see able... It would be IMHO the last step before perfection... :sherlock:
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you are actually insane, im guessing we can expect the rest of them this year too... will test later, but upon looking , and being very picky, turn 2 surely isnt that big, it just doesnt look right and causes a straight line to turn 3 rather than a gentle right curve, but yeah :ugeek:
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Yu are the only author who has a own folder in my messy Generally system. And that's the reason why :clap:
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I know they haven't given out Trackmaster awards in a while, but... surely an exception can be made? This is simply fantastic-looking, and it drives great too-it's obvious that the layout has been designed to make the turns act roughly like in real life. If you can keep this up for the rest of the season then :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown:
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You know, I always asked myself: Why are so many trackmakers making a track, that has already been done in a brilliant way? Why aren´t they choosing new RWL´s, that haven´t been done? Albert Park is the perfect example: Every time a new Albert Park comes out, I think: Wow, looks very nice, but why a new one, the old ones are just as pretty!

Not now. This track is a beauty. And I really cannot think of any "RWL" ever, that is so beautiful, so "real", so drivable, such eyecandy. Really a new level of trackmaking, and, sorry to say this, better then most (if all) tracks from masters like David Garcia, Ben Buijtendik and others.

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Well, I think I will still prefer Gábor's Albert Park. Why? Because I think your version doesn't have much straights, it's IMO too much curved. Looks nice of course, but not that realistic as your tracks used to be. However it's worth for a download for sure, we're hungry for the next tracks from you. :bg:
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I'm not going to say much about this track, because I know everyone else will sum up how beautiful it looks. I just want to say it drives great. You made a wide enough Albert Park that is still a challenge to race.. :bg:

Only gripe, It's been mentioned though that the top left section seems very curvy. It seems bizarre you have chosen to do it like that, but it doesn't take too much away from the racing, just looks a little unusual.

You're now one of the track makers that are setting the standards for other track makers. Be very happy with that :hattip:
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I haven't driven this yet, but this sure seems like a nice version of Albert Park
With tracks like these there's always some compromises. Now the curves seem to really be curves, which I like. Sure, it causes the straights to be shorter, but I like it this way more. The previous Albert Parks were pretty much just full throttle around the track, now the driver has to actually slow down a little.

The scenery looks great too.
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IMO the track is really great :bg:
i like especially the curves and chicanes, cause they are not fullspeed, just like in real life
you get full marks from me for this brilliantly prepared track
Keep it up!!
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It looks really amazing, Maciej1! :wow: :bowdown: :clap:
Also like Bahrain :lol:
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Could you do Norisring? :trampo:
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XYY wrote:It looks really amazing, Maciej1! :wow: :bowdown: :clap:
Also like Bahrain :lol:
But what comes next?
Could you do Norisring? :trampo:
Next would be Sepang...following F1 schedule... :kickcan:
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:wow: I don´t think i need to say more :bg:

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:wow:
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Please don't bump topics older than 30 days unless you have something very important to say. It confuses other users. :really:
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Ivo Porč wrote:Please don't bump topics older than 30 days unless you have something very important to say. It confuses other users. :really:
you're right, Ivo. Is my comment valid? Well, there's more than 3 albert parks, and they are identical. in this forum, i have two of them
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Amazing!! No more word to describe it!
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A perfect example of how bumping confuses users.
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Hello.
New track layout is ready for download. See the first post.
Have fun! :wave:
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Great work making the changes so soon! There are so many subtle changes from your last version that I really appreciate, everything from making the circuit look more freshly paved through to bringing in the walls slightly.

Appears you made some of the corners a bit tougher too and shrunk the pitlane (which feels better for AI). Many thanks for making such a fantastic version of Albert Park :D
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I'm not going to say much about this track, because I know everyone else will sum up how beautiful it looks. I just want to say it drives great. You made a wide enough Albert Park that is still a challenge to race.. :bg:

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