GTR2 Conversion by Cam (TICTOC)
Track Infos from Wikipedia :
Bridgehampton Race Circuit was a race track located near Sag Harbor, New York, United States. The circuit opened in 1957, following a series of road races held from 1949 until 1953. It was one of the first permanent road racing venues in the United States, opening after Thompson Speedway, two years after Road America, the year after Watkins Glen International, and the same year as Lime Rock Park and Laguna Seca Raceway. In its early years, Bridgehampton was host to major international series, including the World Sportscar Championship, Can-Am, and NASCAR Grand National. By the early 1970s, the track was used mostly for amateur events. The track closed permanently in 1999.
Bridgehampton was renowned as a fearsome course, requiring the utmost of driver skill.
The first road races in Bridgehampton were held on public roads around the hamlet of Bridgehampton from 1915 until 1921. The course ran counterclockwise on an approximately 3-mile (4.8-km) rectangle, beginning on Montauk Highway, then turning left onto Halsey Lane, left onto Pauls Lane, left onto Ocean Boulevard, and left back onto Montauk Highway.
The races were revived in 1949, utilizing a 4-mile (6.4-km) circuit adjacent to the pre-war circuit in Bridgehampton and Sagaponack. It ran clockwise beginning on Ocean Road, turning right onto Sagaponack Road, right onto Sagaponack Main Street, right onto Bridge Lane, and right back onto Ocean Road. The races proved successful, and joined the SCCA National Sports Car Championship when it was created in 1951. The road races came to an end in 1953, after a driver was killed in practice and three spectators injured during the race. These events, combined with a spectator death in a crash at Watkins Glen in 1952, led the State of New York to ban racing on public roads.
The SIM Version :
Bridgehampton Racing Circuit, Long Island New York, stood at the pinnacle of American car racing during the golden age of the sport in the 50s and 60s. They called it “The Bridge” and mostly they loved and feared the place. Stirling Moss called it the “most challenging course in America ” and routinely it embarrassed world class drivers during the heyday of the Can-Am, Trans-Am and international sports car races. It was a place of wonderfully diabolical natural beauty.
The original GPL circuit was created by Lou Magyar, and a fantastic job he did of this classic circuit. The rFactor conversion of Lou’s work was done by Bud Lucas and Camel. After converting the circuit to GT Legends here is the track for GTR2, with all the expected bells and whisltes.
Lou Magyar for the original GPL circuit.
Bud Lucas and Camel for the rFactor version of the circuit, and permission to convert it to GTR2.
Sunalp2 for animated mashalls and pit garage and grid adjustments of the A.I.W file, and answering countless questions with patience and knowledge.
Neel Jani for bridges and flag box shadows, AIW tweaking for GTR2 and grid walk.
Big thanks to the NoGrip community for many tutorials and threads giving valuable information to anyone wishing to tinker with the sims we enjoy.
Please see the original rFactor conversion readme in the download, as well as ‘The Master of Bridgehampton’ word doc telling a great story of the circuit and Walt Hansgren, the Master of Bridgehampton.
I hope you enjoy driving at Bridgehampton Raceing Circuit as much as I’ve enjoyed working on it for the past few months.
Copy the ’67_Bridgehampton’ folder to your ‘GTR2\GameData\Locations’ folder.
The track is listed as ‘Bridgehampton 1967’.