Summary I believe we need S397 to commit to develop a number of popular tracks using laser scan technology where possible, to cover a significant portion of major racing series, over the next 2-3 years. The following is my suggested list: Americas: Watkins Glen, Road America, Road Atlanta, Laguna Seca Europe: Spa, (modern) Monza, Paul Ricard + one other Asia: 2-3 tracks such as Fuji and/or Shanghai Discussion There is a significant lack of quality tracks that exist for rF2, whether these are mod versions (that are not rips of other games like AC) or in-house developed, for current or recent race series. When we look at the cars S397 has released or is about to be released, that could be considered core popular content, we see a mix of endurance racing and GT racing being covered: LMP2, LMP3, GTE and GT3 car packs. With this in mind, we also need a selection of tracks to go race with. So I start with ELMS, given its closest match so far. We have Silverstone; we lack Spa, Monza and Paul Ricard. We can replace Algarve with the Portugal track we have, which leaves Red Bull Ring (Spielberg). If we extend into WEC, we have Silverstone and upcoming Sebring, and the above Spa being added would provide enough coverage. We'd lack Le Mans, Nurburgring GP, Fuji and Shanghai. Given we have started on US tracks, we can continue with IMSA. With Sebring and Lime Rock, the key tracks we are missing are Watkins Glen, Road America, Road Atlanta and Laguna Seca. This would leave Daytona, COTA, Mosport and VIR for permanent tracks, and Long Beach and Belle Isle as street circuits. For the latter, they are difficult to access and get scans done, and require a lot of unique and time-consuming artwork. The Daytona roval is fairly unique and not much used for anything else; COTA is a very difficult virtual track on the basis of many blind and >90 deg corners. Continuing the US theme, for PWC GT3 we have Lime Rock, upcoming Portland; overlap to Watkins Glen and Road America in my core list; overlap to COTA, VIR and Mosport; Utah; and add St Pete to Long Beach as street circuits. For Blancpain GT3 in Europe, the overlap with ELMS is Paul Ricard, Spa and Monza; We have Silverstone; we'd lack Misano, Zolder, Brands Hatch, Hungaroring, Barcelona and Nurburgring GP. A license for this is out of the question at this point, and probably also for the many SRO-aligned regional championships, but some exist that are not. So for my core track list, I have picked the most logical candidates that give us most coverage of the key series. It is my contention that, whilst S397 is showing good progress in producing contemporary car packs, they need to do the same with tracks and be developing at a rate of 4-6 tracks per year, where they are currently generating only 1-2. I'm sure several of these tracks have 'commercial' laserscan data that can be bought, and of course, they mainly exist in other sims/games already. The list needs to be short enough to be achievable and not overwhelming. Would you like to see S397 commit to develop such a core list of tracks? Discuss!