Hello Gingerman Raceway is available at the shop at www.unitedracingdesign.net -The track contains 4 layouts, the new 2.14 mi layout that runs clockwise, the shorter 1.88mi old course also clockwise, and two counter clockwise layouts with the short version being how the track was run for many years. -It supports up to 48 cars with shared pit stalls, or 24 with individual stalls. -Track makes complete use of RF2's unique features such as Real Road and wet weather. -All of this for €3.50 or roughly $4.5 This release marks the first of this new business I am venturing into. I hope you will support me in this, I've priced the track at the lowest point I could afford to. Also understand that by purchasing this you are not only buying this track but also investing in future tracks from me, the better you can support me the more tracks, lower prices and better quality I can produce. You can almost think of this as a kickstarter, however those usually rely on people putting in money on a promise. I did not want to do that, rather I have here something real to enjoy now and to see with your own eyes the potential future your purchases can go toward. I am every bit a track enthusiast I enjoy all types I am familiar with hundreds across the world, which means I am very open minded about future projects and bring a great variety of popular circuits and maybe some hidden gems that you don't. Why did I choose Gingerman Raceway as a start, well for one the designer of this circuit Alan Wilson was also the one who designed Autobahn Country Club which was the first ever track I built myself many years ago for RFactor and I felt this was coming full circle while also building something new. Another reason is that as simple as it may seem this track is just fun, it has lots of elevation change, a variety of corner types, some really challenging long turns and corner complexes and many overtaking opportunities. I'd also like to thank Gingerman Raceway itself for allowing me to present this fully licensed. I am a firm believer that Sim Racing fuels real racing as much as Real Racing fuels sim racing. We can support each other, like what I've done with this track I'm glad to hear about it, like the track itself, let the raceway know; better yet if you are in the area maybe stop in yourself and take a drive on the real thing using what you learned in the sim. Finally thanks to Luc Van Camp for his support while I learned my way around RF2 and Ales Ogrinc for supporting me on getting this business going and making use of his shop. All support for sales should be address to United Racing Design, all support for the track itself can be addressed here to me. Once again, thank you and I hope everyone who decides to make a purchase enjoys the track.