No, this is Mills
How do you recognize this as Mills? There is no such chicane on the rF1 version.
I would also say it's from Lime Rock, just watched the 2010 Lime Rock ALMS race
Lime Rock, R.I.P. Another track ruined because of wings and compound tires. They spend millions to make the cars faster and then spend more hundreds of millions on the tracks to slow them back down. What stupidity.
After the Hairpin and quick chicane you veer left and come to a short right then left onto the long back straight. It could be there with an added section (on the left in the shot) which comes from that quick chicane straight onto the main back straight.
I have seen and read that Mills is getting an overhaul including (I believe) the Pits moving to that back straight.
I await Scott to tell me I'm wrong
thanks guys I was hoping it was Lime Rock, that chicane looks really similar to the West Bend.
But could you guys tell me where's the chicane? I have driven there lot of laps and there is no such chicane like in the picture.
We'll see when rF2 will be released or..when (IF) Scott or Tim will give us an answer
before we will get an answer to the release date, i hope we see some new screens with everything set on full details.
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SCCA lost most their race weekends back in 2005 or so.
They added the stupid turns and such to make the track "safer" for the rich folks in their 911's after they went to the "private country club" scheme. Their insurance
company required them to make the upgrades.
Besides the $100,000 fee, there are annual dues of $5,000, and a one-time state tax of $10,000, Mr. Barber said.
But the park’s owner, Skip Barber, has started turning it into the automotive equivalent of a private club, selling $100,000 memberships that allow buyers 20 days’ access to the track annually for 50 years. On each of those days, members will be able to test their skills by lapping the track as fast as they can in any high-performance car they take to Lime Rock.
On April 10, 2008 Skip Barber held a "groundbreaking" ceremony for the upcoming reconstruction. At the same time, he announced the creation of the “Lime Rock Drivers Club,” a members-only organization with benefits analogous to an exclusive, private country club – but with racing and driving being the draw, not golf. Members are guaranteed a considerable block of private track days and instruction, in addition to Club amenities. The Lime Rock Drivers Club not only raised needed capital but ensured the track’s long-term existence by giving club members an equity interest in the facility.
The track’s biggest users, aside from the professional spectator race weekends, are the Skip Barber Racing School, the Lime Rock Drivers Club and the Connecticut Valley Region of the Porsche Club of America.
Probably i'm the only one but..i like new LR layout, imho a lot more interesting than older one BUT it's just my personal opinion
Sorry for OT about LimeRock guys XD
Hope this has not been asked.
Would you implement other suspension types like Mac Pherson, rigid axel, or other ?