GTR2 Conversion by GTI-Heizer
Many thanks for the permission to convert this awesome historical track to GTL/GTR2.
The complete mech has been reworked and remapped. Some models and the pit area has been made from scratch. Many new selfmade textures with spec and bump maps added. This conversion takes nearby 3 month of my free time, but this track is worth every hour I have spend.
– Andre Streu for the GPL Track
– Ron Zurnetz for the GPL to ISI raw Conversion
– Greybrad for the AIW
– Luigi for the Cams
– Mc_Wolf for the Marshals
– derDumeklemmer for the Startlights, fps improving and the GTL Version
– Andreas Binz for adding mor Visgroup Entrys
– FrankyBB for the GTR2 LODs
– All the guys, which are trying the Beta Versions
Track Infos from Wikipedia :
The Sachsenring motorsport racing circuit is located in Hohenstein-Ernstthal near Chemnitz in Saxony, Germany. Among other events, it features the annual German motorcycle Grand Prix of the FIM Grand Prix motorcycle racing world championship.
The first race was held on 26 May 1927 on an 8.7 km layout on public roads, running also through the village of Hohenstein-Ernstthal itself. It was dubbed “Sachsenring” in 1937.
The East German motorcycle Grand Prix was held there from 1962 to 1971. The local two stroke MZ bikes of Zschopau were competitive during this time. The quickest lap was achieved by 15 time World Champion Giacomo Agostini on a MV Agusta with a 180 km/h average. After West German Dieter Braun won in 1971 and the East German fans sang the West German National Anthem in celebration (as is the case in sport, the winner’s National Anthem is played after the event), the event was limited to East European entrants for political reasons.
Virtual Track Features :
– full working Start-/Pitlights
– new created AIW with 36 cars
– animated Marschalls and Spectators
– improved Textures
– Rain Reflection
– Shaddows and moving Objects
– many new from scratch created Meches
KNOWN ISSUES :
– Polys flicker when using headlight
Version 1.0 – 2008-01-18 :
– inital release
have a lot of fun with this nice historical track,