Alas this is just an edit of Atlanta. I have played with many sizes of the diamond plate and this was the most hypnotic.
This is still something of a learning curve and I'm not sure that I want to release this. It has been resized, reflapped, had levels of grip mangled. It had a bump map for a while, and the scenery is obviously daft.
This is all in prep for 1911 Indianapolis. I hadn't even used any of these gubbins a month ago.
I've not seen those tracks before. Zone 11 kind of reminds me of bits of Baku.
Hypnotic textures = not good. You shouldn't be getting a strobe effect from textures... that's really, really bad. That's (one of many reasons) why I absolutely detest Armory Digital's Yas Marina (there's a lot they do well... but there's a lot of really silly mistakes on that track), and why a Minecraft-themed track I started in 2017 never went beyond early alpha stages (and no, I won't be sharing it, it wasn't fun to drive either). I think you're at the point where you could start drawing your own layouts from scratch.
Zone 11 is a true roval that only exists because I had a massive ego trip (not even kidding). It's most comparable to Rio and Nazareth.
Zone 7... is a labor of love that was rebuilt from almost the ground up 2 or 3 times. WoofGM was the only person who had a copy of the original Zone 7, and that should give you a pretty big hint as to how long it was in development for. The number of silly things going on trackside hopefully makes it worth it. There are some easter eggs that I've put down there that nobody, as far as I know, has found yet.
Took them out for a run. 9th place finish in Porsche #912 after Vette I was chasing down blew an engine. Since I had to back off I pitted a lap early never got back to lead pack in my 24 minutes of Daytona blast.