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Austin Circuit 0.60

By: Rizke
Origin: Scratch | Real World
Category: Permanent Circuits
Initial release: 03-Jan-11
Current release: 0.600, on 03-Jan-11

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The BETA version don't include buildings.
Install to rFactor folder.


First video:

Happy New Year!

"Race organizers for the forthcoming United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, have released a draft layout of the new circuit that will stage the event from 2012, when Formula One racing returns to the country for the first time in five years.

Working with renowned track architect Hermann Tilke, organizers Full Throttle Productions LP have drawn inspiration from the best circuits around the world, as well as taking advantage of the site’s natural topography to include some dramatic elevation changes.

Turns 3 through 6 look not dissimilar to Silverstone’s high-speed Maggotts/Becketts; Turns 12 through 15 give a nod to Hockenheim's stadium section; and Turns 16 through 18 will mirror the infamous, multi-apex Turn 8 at Istanbul Park.

“The area has natural elevation differences, which promises a fast track with difficult corners,” Hellmund told recently. “But the most essential thing is that has to be a masterpiece in its suitability for fans. Spectators have to be able to see large parts of the track from wherever they are.”

The 3.4 mile (5.47 kilometre) circuit features 20 turns and a total elevation change of 133 feet (40.5 metres), including a steep, uphill run into the hairpin Turn 1, which is expected to become the venue’s signature corner. In common with just three other current F1 venues - Istanbul Park, Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina Circuit and Interlagos in Brazil - it will run in an anticlockwise direction."

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Thank you very much.
dvittael on Apr-27-2013

Is their any chance this is going to be updated now that the real track is finished and opened?
Erzeal on Nov-19-2012

I agree. Hopefully the next update will have the brake markers. Really tough to judge those hairpin turns when you can't see them. One other part that needs to be addressed is the downhill part of turn one. It's got sort of a bump in it that really kicks the rear end around if you're not expecting it. Otherwise, great track can't wait to see it done...both in rfactor and in real life. Track has a nice flow to it. Hope it's completed soon.
mcb52 on Apr-23-2012

thanks Rizke excellent job, i wanto convert your track to f1 challenge but I need your permission

wizard2275 on Apr-22-2012

the download lik of Austin Circuit 0.60 is dead can upload?
wizard2275 on Apr-08-2012

The download links don't work anymore. Could you update them? Would love to try this circuit.
section14 on Jan-23-2012

It would be great if there were markers for braking! Excellent work on the track so far.
chappybmx on Dec-20-2011

xDD Norton???, Norton is a shit... unninstall it and install Nod32.
Metalpro on Nov-01-2011

It seems to be a great track to race. I downloaded the file and run the set up and after I started rFactor and I don't get to see Austin in my tracks. Could someone help me?

DriveSkills on Sep-28-2011

Warning! In all links norton found a virus!
F1Flo on May-23-2011

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