Motorsports Circuit Database

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Re: Motorsports Circuit Database

Post by Michkov » 6 months ago

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Now I see it, that's obviously a Sandown class circuit.

As for what they host, minor club races, China is motorsport wise at the same point where America and the UK where in the 1950s. People have money and cars and want to race them, just non of the air bases. There is one track in there that was build and demolished with in 2 or 3 years, so not all of them seem to work out.

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Post by Finix » 6 months ago

Michkov wrote:
6 months ago
Now I see it, that's obviously a Sandown class circuit.

As for what they host, minor club races, China is motorsport wise at the same point where America and the UK where in the 1950s. People have money and cars and want to race them, just non of the air bases. There is one track in there that was build and demolished within 2 or 3 years, so not all of them seem to work out.
A track blipping in and out of existence in China is actually quite common, The Shanghai Expo Circuit, Shenzen Circuit, and Beijing Hi Valley Automobile Park / Pinggu Higu Circuit, are all now inactive after less than 5 years of operation, Shenzhen didn't even really get a single year to its name. Also, Literally Every Chinese Street Circuit shares this fate. the Beijing Olympic Rowing Centre Street Circuit barely existed for a year, Yancheng to my knowledge, only hosted one race, and the old A1GP Track is nonexistent these days.

It's kind of sad too because China has an insanely diverse array of circuits.
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Post by Michkov » 4 months ago

East St. Louis's Gateway Worldwide Racetrack Park

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@PTRACER ftp works :thumbsup:

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Post by Michkov » 4 months ago

I think I fixed the front page, took me way to long to realise there are two files of the same name on the server. One htm the other html, I've been working on the html the whole time. :blush:

Also added the new Indy track in Nashville. Terrible north south orientation with that one.

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Post by Michkov » 2 months ago

Couple of Czech, well technically Czechoslovakian tracks added/updated.

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Post by Michkov » 2 months ago

Continuing our eastern bloc sojourn with a kart track in an unpronounceable polish town

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Post by Michkov » 1 month ago

Off to the land of burning goats

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Post by Michkov » 4 weeks ago

Just a kart track today, PF International

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Plus the first version of the upgraded national track lists. I still needs some work on the styling and some icons here and there but functionally it's there, just ignore the duplicate ROC lines they are just for demonstration of the scrolling behaviour.

Question regarding the flag location, left or right of the countries name, I'm 60/40 towards right myself.

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Post by PTRACER » 2 weeks ago

Michkov wrote:
4 weeks ago
Question regarding the flag location, left or right of the countries name, I'm 60/40 towards right myself.
Looks fine.

PF Intl. was one circuit I always wished I had driven when I was karting. Never went there though.
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