Jacarepagua – Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquet, Brazil
GTR2 conversion of the “Jacarepagua” F1C/rFactor Track
– Conversion, editing and texturework by gobi
– LOD and trackicons by FrankyBB and BlackHawk2LW
– Betatesting by Pilbierbude.de
– Cameras by Patrick Ramirez.
– Ricardo Werther for claiming permissions and texturework.
Track Infos from Wiki :
The Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquet (Nelson Piquet International Autodrome), also known as Jacarepaguá after the neighbourhood in which it was located, was a motorsport circuit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Opened in 1977, it hosted the Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix on ten occasions, and was also used for CART, motorcycle racing and stock car racing. In 2012, it was demolished to make way for facilities to be used in the 2016 Summer Olympics.
The original circuit was built between 1971 and 1977 on the site of the Barra da Tijuca road course, which had itself been built on reclaimed marshland and was operational from 1964 to 1970. It was a relatively flat circuit, with a long pit straight and a longer back straight (which allowed the turbo-engined Formula One cars of the mid-1980s to reach speeds of 300 km/h (186 mph)), and numerous mid- to slow-speed corners with plenty of room for overtaking. The maximum spectator capacity was 90,000.
The first Brazilian Grand Prix at the circuit took place shortly after opening, in 1978, and was won by Argentina‘s Carlos Reutemann in a V12 Ferrari 312T3, after Sweden‘s Ronnie Peterson had taken pole position in the revolutionary ground-effect Lotus 78–Ford.
Virtual Track Features:
– Full featured GTR2 AIW
– Animated Marshals
– Working Start-/PitIn-/Pitoutlight
– Supports dx8, dx9
– 1st delete other/older versions
– 2nd if you deleted an other/older version, delete Jacarepagua.hat file
– 3rd Extract the zip to your GTR2 folder
– added 2nd Layout.
– new cameras.
– new aiw file.
– fixed horizon.
– tweaked aiw.
– changed kerb color.
– fixed adverts.
– changed gdb information.
Special Thanks to:
pk4ever for the original F1C track.
Frank Alexandre for the rFactor version.