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    • #4417
      Anonymous
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      Hello,
      Just wondering – does anyone know where I could get a decent rendition of any official formula 1 track….for free?? :) Cheers

      *edit* Actually, if anyone has any details of formula 1 tracks, speeds etc. id be very interested. As part of my research, im looking into recreating a formula 1 lap in a computer game.

    • #23579
      Anonymous
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      Check if theres a Gmax game pack for any of the recent PC F1 games, they’re sure to be bundled with editable tracks. It shouldn’t be too hard to make a scale model of a terack if you have a decent map to work from

    • #23585
      Anonymous
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      I did a quick search on TurboSquid and found this…

      http://www.turbosquid.com/FullPreview/Index.cfm/ID/173016

      I exported it as is, into our training toolkit app, you can click below to drive around it online ( using Shockwave ) to get a better view of it, before you download it yourself.

      http://www.candointeractive.com/gamedesign/car/daytona

      Regards…
      Mal

    • #23586
      Anonymous
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      thanks a million for that! never knew about that turbosquid site. ill give it a go and see what happens. By the way, i like your shockwave app – very very impressive! :D
      Thanks again,
      Damien

    • #23590
      Anonymous
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      Hi Damien,

      Feel free to download it yourself from…
      http://www.candointeractive.com/gamedesign/car

      You can use it completely for free, for your personal website usage. The file above contains instructions, a sample level etc.

      If you have downloaded the track, it might be an interesting project to also get a model of a racing car, and replace the van with it ( look for carSkin in the documentation ).

      Regards…
      Mal

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