I managed to get another petit rwl ready this month. It's an "unbeatable" stc called Norrisring, which is, surprise, surprise, based on Norisring, the famous German street course. The world size is 120 and the track is 306 meters long. It is mainly pretty easy to race, but the chicane is quite challenging to drive through. That chicane is very fast, if you get it correct, but it's very easy to make a big mistake there, which will cost much in the lap time.
Enjoy it, and leave some comments too, if you want to.
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Well, it's quite far away from rwl, really. The world size is way too low for it to be rwl and scenery is in fact quite different to the real one, even though the theme is very much the same as in real one.RobertRacer wrote:Could also be [rwl], IMO.
With those criterias it indeed could have a rwl tag, if you say so. But if I would have been aiming to make a rwl, I would have made it in bigger WS and been more accurate with scenery. So, in my opinion this is not what I would classify as a rwl, when it comes to rwl tracks made by me.Trigger Happy wrote:If the layout is same and the surroundings is at least in core representing the real location (you kept the street track characteristic, pits location, the stand, railway etc), then it's fine - the tag is not reserved for "100% copy of aerial shots only" tracks. Also the world size is no reason, why not to use a rwl tag. I feel it same like XYY RobertRacer.
And why is this thing a problem with this track, but wasn't problem with Bronzerock, which is reminding it's real world origin even more than this track?
Discussing something doesn't imply it's a problem.Emil Patanen wrote:And why is this thing a problem with this track, but wasn't problem with Bronzerock, which is reminding it's real world origin even more than this track?