Everything changes

As you see every season, we have new cars to buy as soon as it is possible to translate them into the game. This is OK, I don’t like it, but I understand people wants to stay along the times they live.

Cars are considerably lesser work than tracks. Since the starting date (2008) there have been a lot of changes in the older tracks in the service, and lately it has been a topic about this subject in the main forums. Someone did a list:

  • Mosport – Runoffs added, pit entry modified.
  • Zolder – Didn’t they alter some curbs?
  • Spa – Something with curbing or runoff.
  • Indy – New road course.
  • Lanier – Abandoned?
  • Lime Rock – Repave, New T5 and T6 chicanes.
  • Bathurst – A few minor changes, a wall moved in the Chase.
  • Pocono – Repave
  • Summit Point – Jefferson course is getting an expansion.
  • Thompson – New road course, following much of the old abandoned one.
  • USA – gone
  • VIR – Repaved, widened, added curbs in some places.
  • Sebring – I think some curbs were altered.
  • Silverstone – New GP layout, South layout, and pit lane.
  • Sonoma – Alterations to the Indycar layout.
  • Watkins Glen – New curbing, new runoff in some corners.
  • Michigan – Repave?
  • Oran – Gone.

I miss specially Oran Park, where I’ve never raced (and I bought it) and Silverstone.

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