Discussion in 'News & Notifications' started by Paul Jeffrey, Jun 10, 2022.
Are you talking about raceability or enjoyability of these tracks?
to compete and enjoy!!! , oh is it that on those tracks you don't compete?.
In my opinion, obviously, there are plenty of better circuits than Bahrain....which doesn't mean that I'm not equally grateful for it...
I don't think about the work of studio 397, which surely is of quality... until they release it we won't be able to comment on Bahrain, but surely it will be a great job,... what they have officially built up to now, so it has been!!!
I MUST have AD...uhm AD somethingorother....I often seem to skim right past IMPORTANT points. THANKS!
I was asking because I categorize them like this.
I think Laguna Seca is an enjoyable circuit but not really good for racing with cars faster than GT4s for example.
On the other hand Bahrain is a boring circuit but it's kinda good for racing with cars faster than GT4s because it's wide and has lots of long straights.
Personally I can't stand Bahrain because of the bland surroundings and it's purpose built flat and pinpointly measured nature but I'm sure many will like it with Formula and GT cars.
looking at some of the F1 onboards at bharain , it seems like good track to drive. almost symmetrical in terms of left and right turns. has no fake corners... like you have at donnigton that are easy flat but are called corners because it has slight radius.
all corners are different, which again unlike donnigton which has fairly similar right handers.
So overall much much better track than both british tracks combined IMO.
although i love brands T1 and last turn.
(don't worry i like silverstone, i got nothing against british tracks ).
The current Silverstone is almost as bad as Bahrain. imo. The previous version was better before 2011.
In my eyes Donnington is like Laguna Seca, fun to drive but for racing it's only for slower cars. All this IMO.
Everybody has a different taste.
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