in all honestly, i think it will be fun. i was just a little skeptical from last season, cuz my computer wasn't fast. one thing i would like to comment on, is that i watched the race last season, and even though its a long lap, it didn't look like a long race, even as a sprint. i can't confirm dat, cuz i got 5 turns in. lol
Jeff Sorensen wrote:
We figured we would do the full version, not the GP, do it as the first points race and annouce it early enough to allow folks to practice. Ted reminded me that you can take the GP track for the first lap and as you cross the start finish it will start timing for the long track avoiding going all the way around the long track to start the timing. I haven't tried it yet but seems like I heard about doing this before from someone. Maybe someone can chime in with the proper procedure.
(from memory here) to cut off the long out lap, head down pit lane the wrong way, and turn left, after the last pit box.when you get to the fence, turn right. follow the fence until you see a break, and go left. you should be heading down a hill, at the chicane of the grand prix track, and there you are!