Original Track created by Relesys for rFactor
GTR2 Conversion, modifications and graphic improvments by Neel Jani
Thanks to Relesys who kindly gave me permission to convert his rFactor version to SimBin, GSC series 2013 & 2013 FTruck platforms.
Track Infos from Wiki :
Magna Steyr is a 2,8 km long Test Track, located in Austria, near Graz in the Herzograder Wald.
Magna Steyr AG & Co KG is an automobile manufacturer based in Graz, Austria, where its primary manufacturing plant is also located. It is a subsidiary of Canadian-based Magna International and was previously part of the Steyr-Daimler-Puch conglomerate.
Magna Steyr engineers, develops and assembles automobiles for other companies on a contractual basis; therefore, Magna Steyr is not an automobile marque. In 2002, the company absorbed Daimler AG‘s Eurostar vehicle assembly facility. With an annual production capacity of approximately 200,000 vehicles as of 2018, it is the largest contract manufacturer for automobiles worldwide. The company has several manufacturing sites, with its main car production in Graz in Austria.
Magna Steyr developed Mercedes-Benz‘s “4Matic” four-wheel drive (4wd) system, and assembles all E-Class 4Matic models. The company also undertook substantial development on the BMW X3 and manufactured all original X3s (model code E83), and the Aston Martin Rapide. The company developed several cars on behalf of manufacturers such as the Audi TT, Fiat Bravo and Peugeot RCZ.
Conversion & Improvements infos :
– reworked garage buildings positions
– reworked bias settings and corrected material names in .gmt files
– reworked many textures and modified objects parts
– added rain reflections
– added night lightning
– added animated marshalls
– added spectators arround the track
– added many other objects…
Maximum number of cars : 24
this version includes also a reverse layout
For the update of the circuit and part of the new objects (3D) One or more textures were created with images of CGTEXTURES.COM. These images can not be redistributed by default, please visit www.cgtextures.com for more information.
Do not forget to say thanks to the original author Relesys, without his work, this circuit would not be available !
Thank you to Ladose the tests were performed,
also thanks to :
SimBin for GTR2