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AMS2 Dream Tracks Wishlist

Discussion in 'Automobilista 2 - General Discussion' started by GregzVR, Mar 27, 2020.

  1. InfernalVortex

    InfernalVortex Active Member

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    I really love Zandvoort. I would love to have that one. Historic and 2019 version. Not sure about this banked corner business they’re doing.

    Buenos Aires would be amazing as well, especially with the retro F1 going around the lake. I thought I saw somewhere they may be working on that one.


    And just tracks I would enjoy but don’t expect to get:
    Clermont-Ferrand, the French Nordschleife
    Watkins Glen
    Mexico City circuit, historic especially just to relive my GPL days a little.
     
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  2. GregzVR

    GregzVR Active Member

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    I personally would love to see a proper late 1980s Monaco, with the original Swimming Pool and final sector+ pits etc, with the pre-85 chicane for the 1975 cars.
     
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  4. Scoops

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    A Brit pack of circuits

    Thruxton
    Croft
    Knockhill
    Castle Coombe
    Mallory Park
    Anglesey
    Pembrey
     
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  5. Elcid43

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    1. Watkins Glen

    2. Watkins Glen

    3. Watkins Glen

    Oh, and Sakito from Pcars
     
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  6. OlaN

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    Mugello
    Catalunya/Barcelona
    Hungaroring
     
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  7. Elcid43

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    Yes, forgot adout Mugello!!
     
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  8. leobaruk13

    leobaruk13 Active Member Reiza Backer

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    Keeping the AMS feeling, I'd love to see:
    - Buenos Aires;
    - Neuquén;
    - Autódromo Ciudad de Rafaela;
    - Rosário;
    - San Martín;
    - Rivera;
    - Autódromo Internacional de Uruguay;
    - ECPA;
    - Mega Space;
    - Cordegua;
    - Interlomas.

    All South American Tracks

    Together with this, other famous tracks as Watkins Glen and others already quoted.
     
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  9. jmac_the_man

    jmac_the_man New Member

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    They've already said that they're going to do 90s CART in the DLCs.

    They're not going to do CART without Indy, so we can pencil that in. I don't think it's a huge stretch to say that we're obviously also going to see Long Beach.

    Other notable tracks that CART raced on between 1989 and the split in 1995:

    Ovals:
    Pocono
    Milwaukee
    Michigan
    Nazereth
    Phoenix

    Road/Street Courses:
    Portland
    Cleveland Airport
    Toronto
    Mid Ohio
    Laguna Seca
    Surfer's Paradise, Australia
    Road America

    Of those: Laguna Seca and Road America were in PC2, and Pocono, Michigan, Phoenix, and Mid Ohio exist in recent NASCAR games, so licensing IS available for those tracks. (Also, somebody owns Portland and Toronto, because they're on the modern IndyCar schedule.)

    Surfer's Paradise would fit in the game well, but probably not for the "Racing USA" pack.

    I'd say if the third track is another oval, they'll use Michigan. If it's a road course, they'll use Laguna Seca.
     
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  10. Dolph

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    Wow, didn't know CART was confirmed. Great news.
     
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    alink Well-Known Member

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    Me too, didn't know that something about CART was confirmed. Please, where to find this confirmation?
    If it's true, I really would be happy, the tracks which were used by CART (or PPG IndyCar that time) are really, really great and classic:)
     
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  12. alink

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    Right, Reiza shouldn't forget their roots which are in South America. There are much more tracks which have a classic, natural style with their own challenge (I.E. by terrain). This is something I like 100x much more than any modern (F1) track with their excessive fake challenge which is on such a high level that it only gets stupid and boring (like the COTA circuit, a rebuild combination of classic corners, how stupid is that....)
     
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  13. SaxOhare

    SaxOhare Well-Known Member Reiza Backer

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    Just whistle

     
  14. alink

    alink Well-Known Member

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    ah, yes, I remember....there was something
     
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    all the city circuits in the world.....
     
  16. Wilfred de Ruijter

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    I would like to see a dirt oval. The UK should have plenty. I don't know about Brazil.
     
  17. Marcos Gil

    Marcos Gil Member Reiza Backer

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    1 - Laguna Seca
    2 - Watkins Glen
    3 - Zolder
    4 - Moza
     
  18. Pete Baldwin

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    Whilst some of the obvious well known tracks would be great additions, one thing I loved about AMS2 was learning all the new South American tracks I'd never raced on before so I'd be happy with more of them!

    Outside of that, Laguna Seca, Hungaroring, Long Beach, Portimão, Classic Monaco, Sonoma, Nurburgring (F1 & Nordschleife) and some ovals would be awesome!
     
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  19. Dynasty911

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    Add Autodromo de Tocancipá (Colombia) and Antioquia Central Park (Colombia too, track is currently being built) and im set.
     
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  20. Andrew Hollom

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    I think we're going to get Silverstone, including a the historic one with the Woodcote chicane, but I'd like a version without the chicane (which was added for the 1975 season). There are other variants too (see Silverstone), but we can't have everything!

    We have Brands Hatch already, but I'd also like the 1965-75 version (original Paddock Hill bend and Bottom Straight that goes very close to the back of the pits) and the 1976-87 version (original Westfield / Dingle Dell / Stirling's section without the pulled back turn-in points). Again, there are other variants (see Brands Hatch)

    The original Mount Fuji, including the (lethal) version with the banked section would be nice.

    Versions of Suzuka with the original 130R (altered after McNish's crash in 2002). Spoon and Degner curve (it used to be one curve once), were also changed prior to 130R, also to increase run-off (see Suzuka).

    These variants would fit in well with Reiza's car content and increase their niche-ness, which I think is one of Reiza's strengths.
     
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