Symmons Plains 2006 v1.0

Symmons Plains 2006 for GTR2

Converted to GTR2 by MR_INGALL

Track Infos from Wikipedia :

Symmons Plains Raceway is a motor racing circuit in Australia, located about 30 kilometres (18.64 mi) south of Launceston, Tasmania. Since the closure of the Longford circuit in the 1960s it has been Tasmania’s premier motor racing facility. The circuit is one of the longest serving circuits of the combined history of the Australian Touring Car Championship and the V8 Supercar Championship Series. Since 2005 it has hosted the Falken Tasmania Challenge for V8 Supercars.

Symmons Plains Raceway (Australia) track map.svg

In 2004, the facility received a A$3 million upgrade which included some modifications to the layout of the track, including moving the start/finish line back to a more conventional location opposite the pits. It had previously been on a curve (which is now located just after the first corner), unusual for a road course. Symmons Plains is also known for its extremely tight hairpin bend, known as Brambles Hairpin, at the end of the old front straight.

Symmons Plains Raceway is 2.41 kilometres (1.50 mi) long and is very hard on brakes. The banking at the hairpin is a unique opportunity to overtake. The other overtaking opportunity is the left hander at the end of the back straight.

The outright lap record at Symmons Plains was set in 1980. Driving a Lola T430 Chevrolet Formula 5000, Alfredo Costanzo set a time of 50.16 seconds. The closest anyone has come since 1980 was British driver James Winslow who set a time of 50.5036 seconds on 1 April, 2012 while driving a Formula 3 Dallara F307 Mercedes-Benz.

The circuit has hosted rounds of the Australian Touring Car Championship and Supercars Championship since 1969. The circuit was left off the V8 Supercar calendar in 2000 before returning in 2004 after the upgrades were completed.

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Virtual Track Infos :

Circuit Length : 2.4 km
Race Direction : Anticlockwise

Interesting fact the 2.4 km track is challenging as it is fast, requires good breaking and strong handling by both car and driver. The circuit has an extremely long back straight with a slight curve and a very tight hairpin bend at the end of the front straight.

Max. Grid : 32 Cars

Features :

* TV Screens
* Rain Reflections
* Working Pit and Startlights

Thanks To :

TC for cams
MR_JayfORCE for loaders
All the beta testers that helped test this track
Codies Race Driver series

Known Issues :

Because of small pit area pits spots are limited to avoid not getting a pit spot make sure you REQUEST a pit stop and DO NOT enter pits until your pitchief says its ok.

PLEASE DO NOT RELEASE FILES THAT WILL CAUSE ONLINE MISMATCHES WITHOUT PERMISSION !

Contact :
aus_ingall@ausracing.cjb.net

 

 

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