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SPL-1 TRACK RELEASED

12.10.2012   Category: Site news

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Another Japanese track has been released: SPL-1. This track is situated in a public park outside Tokyo and is one of the oldest tracks in Japan. The track is very suitable for racing 1:8 sportscars and 1:10 nitro and electric touring cars. For 1:12 the track is probably a little on the wide side but should be fun too. As for most Japanese tracks, the layout is technical but fast and has a nice flow to it.

Surely a 'wanna have' track to add to your collection of world renowned tracks. The new SPL-1 track is available from this website (under Tracks) but can also be selected directly in VRC Pro.

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03.11.2012 [08:28]
Posted by: Robert Menk (US) on 26.10.2012 10:21:16 (UTC)
Any backroom workings of a publicly released track editor? Fan developed content would be a huge boost to this already awesome simulation :)


Check the Forums on this matter , good explanation of the practicality of such an idea !
26.10.2012 [11:21]
Any backroom workings of a publicly released track editor? Fan developed content would be a huge boost to this already awesome simulation :)
22.10.2012 [18:11]
Why can't all tracks have the same corner markings as here. They are brill...you can 'ride' them and not get chucked off the track.
Like the flow of this track too...most excellent.
21.10.2012 [21:15]
here is a link to the real circuit: http://www.sagamiko-resort.jp/rc/rc1_8.html
but take a look
have fun

greeting
15.10.2012 [15:33]
Awesome track! really fun to drive! nice job!
14.10.2012 [09:37]
Very nice track. The curbs are perfect at this track. Me and another competitor had just seen some of the tracks (that have not been released) on the old Virtual RC web site last week and had been discussing them. Looks like a lot of new content coming our way someday.

Cant wait!
13.10.2012 [16:13]
OK, Thanks !
13.10.2012 [08:19]
Thanks for the new track, nice.
13.10.2012 [08:14]
Great track!
Keep them coming!
13.10.2012 [05:45]
Just want to explain that the release of new content for on-road is in no way affecting the development of off-road. This recent on-road content and other upcoming on-road releases were all completed before off-road was started and is just part of a staggered release schedule. Currently everyone is fully focussed on off-road.

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