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What tracks would you like to see Kunos add? (Google Survey)

Discussion in 'Chit Chat Room' started by Robert M525, Jul 28, 2016.

  1. Robert M525

    Robert M525 Gamer

    Click here to submit your answers. (Choose 5.)

    I've tried to include all the tracks currently being used in F1, FIA WEC, IMSA (aka the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship), and ELMS as well as tracks that had been popular with those series in the not too distant past.

    The answers shuffle so I don't accidentally bias anyone, in case anyone was wondering what's going on with the screwy order.

    Responses can be seen here.

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  3. Hotdog

    Hotdog Simracer

    I'm not going to waste my time if Bathurst isn't listed.
  4. Robert M525

    Robert M525 Gamer

    43 options but I knew I was missing something!

    I've added it.
  5. Coanda

    Coanda Alien

    From your list i went:-

    Istanbul Park (Turkish Grand Prix, ELMS)
    Suzuka Circuit (Japanese Grand Prix)
    Circuit de Monaco (Monte Carlo)
    Road America
    Road Atlanta (Petit Le Mans)

    Please add:-

    Potrero de los Funes Circuit
    Phillip Island
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  6. lelinuxien52

    lelinuxien52 Racer

    Nice survey :)
  7. SirJack

    SirJack Racer

    I would like to see a few more old F1 courses apart from the hopefully soon released Silverstone and Monza10K. 60's versions of Watkins Glen, Kyalami or Monaco would be great to give the classic F1-cars a few more tracks to drive in a proper envoirement:)
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  8. dodge33cymru

    dodge33cymru Simracer

    Bit of a random selection there; very US heavy and difficult to navigate without alphabetical order TBH.

    I only wanted to tick Road Atlanta and Lime Rock, but I was forced to choose five so I ticked Portland, Sebring and Long Beach too.

    It was missing some of my favourites I'd love to see, such as Oulton Park, Falkenberg, Pau and Mosport; very US- and F1-centric.

    Road Atlanta is one of my favourite track layouts, great for racing and it's not that long - criminally underused in games as I don't think it's been in a PC one since Sportscar GT.

    To me it's a pity the usual suspects are way out ahead as I suspect Road Atlanta, Lime Rock and Portland combined would take the same amount of time as Le Mans or Bathurst. A classic version of LM would be something special though; has that ever been attempted before in a game (not a mod)?

    Still, interesting to see the responses.
  9. Mogster

    Mogster Alien

    Historic Spa? Historic Oesterreich Ring?

    Really, the results aren't exactly a big surprise are they? Bathurst, CLS, Monaco, Suzuka, unfortunately all probably have stratospheric licence costs...

    If we're talking FIA grade one here I can imagine that the Hungaroring would probably be a goer. Close to Kunos, I can't see the licence costs being huge either, classic venue.
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  10. Andy-R

    Andy-R Alien

    I struggled to find 5 that id like. Lots of nasty F1 tracks on there :D

    I went with Interlagos, Sonoma, Lime Rock, Mosport & Watkins Glen. I like Road Atlanta but mainly for all the layouts which I doubt we'd get.

    would be nice to have some UK tracks on the list. we have a good Donington already. Thruxton, Goodwood & Cadwell would be my picks from the UK.
  11. kakusso

    kakusso Hardcore Simmer

    1. Hockeneimring
    2. Interlagos
    3. Le Mans
    4. Mount Panorama
    5. Circuit of Americas
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2016
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  12. Guido Trampe

    Guido Trampe Simracer

    I can't believe that Indianapolis only scores 5%. As a Dutch guy, i sure am not the oval fa guy. But a nice oval circuit would be very nice. Sure would be the way to, to win over some of the die hard iRacing fans (good simracers).
  13. Robin_NL

    Robin_NL Alien


    For me:
    Laguna Seca
    Hockenheim(all available layouts please)<-------!!!!!!

  14. Quffy

    Quffy Alien

    I was more looking for Daytona, I think it has better road course+oval part than Indianapolis, is more prepared for GT and LMP cars.
  15. Rygar

    Rygar Rookie

    I'd like to see an old version of Monza, the one with the double chicane and fast lesmo 2, or even the old Imola, with the fast "tamburello" and the chicane before the finish line.

    And what about a fictional (but realistic) track? Like Blackwood or some of the Gran Turismo tracks?
  16. dodge33cymru

    dodge33cymru Simracer

    My wish with historic circuits is that they are taken from roughly the same era. Not a big fan of the PCARS approach of one from a few eras, much prefer rFactor2's "all from roughly '67" approach personally.

    Fictional tracks as done in Forza and Gran Turismo I often find very unrealistic and impossible to immerse myself in. However, if it's a club track somewhere, such as ISI's excellent Mills and Toban, or a street circuit based on real roads, such as Lucca Ring (with improved safety!) or Simbin's Vara, fair play.

    I'm always going to prefer a real circuit though, but don't mind them going with more obscure or easy to license ones.

    Personal preferences ;)
  17. Robin_NL

    Robin_NL Alien



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  18. dodge33cymru

    dodge33cymru Simracer

    Haha, touché sir.

    However, I will maintain that all fictional has a level of 'realism'.

    Maybe I should have used the term "believability" instead of "realism".
  19. Seanspeed

    Seanspeed Hardcore Simmer

    I feel like you need a proper structured system to do oval racing properly. You cant just throw an oval track and a stock car in a game and say, "Have at it" and expect to impress an iRacing oval vet. Oval racing is its own unique beast compared to circuit racing and demands some focus and attention if you want to do it right. It also requires very disciplined driving and iRacing is more suited to keeping people in line.

    Anyways, my votes went to

    - Road America
    - Hungaroring
    - Portimao
    - Interlagos
    - Albert Park

    That last choice was a close win over Montreal, Suzuka, Bathurst, and Singapore. I was strongly considering Singapore just because I'd like to see some proper walled-in street circuits in AC. But I ultimately just voted for what my favorite tracks to race on were in general.

    Road America and Hungaroring are the two I'd really, really like to see most, though. I love these tracks.

    I'm not against other tracks being put in, though. It's nice to have a lot of the popular tracks, but they're also all so familiar from every other racing sim that has them. Tracks like Mugello and Vallelunga are really nice to have because they're quality racing circuits and you dont see them in too many other titles so they feel a bit more fresh and make AC feel a bit more unique.
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2016
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  20. Rygar

    Rygar Rookie

    Yes, I meant exactly this type of tracks, or even a mixed race/street track but with plausible design and safety.
    Nothing to do with BC County genre.
  21. Mogster

    Mogster Alien

    I do get the feeling we'll get early-mid 60s versions of historic tracks which is probably best.

    Sometimes circuits had the same layout for many years though, especially before the 90s. If you take Monza road course it had essentially the same layout we have from 1955 till 1972 when they added the chicanes, they added barriers on the outside of the lesmos and a few other places but the track it's self doesn't appear to have changed. If providing a certain layout means a track will be applicable for a longer period then do that, if adding say a chicane, like with the Oesterreich Ring means you can extend the time frame even longer then that makes sense also.

    It is nice to have all circuits from one year but as a compromise if the layout didn't change then I'm happy enough. I'm far more bothered by the layout than the track surroundings, if the surroundings are nicely detailed and look convincingly period then I'm happy.
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