Original Track created for Nascar 2003 by Nicolas Andronov
GTR2 Conversion and revised by Neel Jani
Thanks to Nicolas Andronov for permissions
Track Infos from Wiki :
The race circuit opened on 3 October 1960 as the first purpose-built race circuit in France. Initially 1.752 kilometres (1.089 mi) long it was expanded in 1973 and 1989 to its current 3.636 kilometres (2.259 mi) length. In 2007 the circuit was modernized including a new control tower, a new pitlane and widening the track to 12 metres (39 ft).
The track is relatively flat, with 6 metres (20 ft) difference in elevation between its highest and lowest points. It is raced clockwise and consists of two long straights, the 950 metres (3,117 ft) long start-finish straight named after Nogaro-born motorcycle constructor Claude Fior and the almost parallel aerodrome straight, linked by sections of several slow corners.
The circuit is named after Paul Armagnac, a Nogaro-born racing driver of the 1950s and 1960s. He raced D.B. sportscars and was killed on 21 October 1962 in an accident during practice for the 1000 km de Paris at Montlhéry.
updates in Version 2.2 :
– reworked many textures
– created new buildings
– revised all night lights
– added new flag marshalls
– added many other objects
Maximum number of cars : 36
please see included readme files for previous updates.
Thanks to :
– Boblebric for the decorating automobiles
– Ladose for testing
You can find more informations in home loans that are in the main directory of the circuit.
For the update of the circuit and parts of the new 3D objects one or more textures were created with images CGTEXTURES.COM . These images can not be redistributed by default, please visit www.cgtextures.com for more information .
also thanks to :
SimBin for GTR2
Adobe for Photoshop CS5
Dave Noonan for 3DSimED