You may have seen this coming over the past few months but I'm developing the Valencia Street Circuit for rFactor 2 to assist my AI series for next season, and I have decided I will be releasing it to you all as well. I don't have 3D Studio Max which is a problem so the way I'm going to develop this track is use Bob's track builder and develop the important things such as the track, kerbs, barriers, terrain etc and make that for rFactor. I'm then going to convert that to rFactor 2 Dev Mode and build all the track objects from there, so I can hopefully release it around November time. When it's released, feel free to use it for anything without having to ask my permission, for example leagues (you will also have permission to modify the sponsor banners as well), or for your own leisure, At the moment I am struggling to find reference material for BTB, I need a high quality satellite image of the track, and I'm struggling to work out how I can download one from Google Maps, I've found some methods but they are incredibly complicated. I also need a parked car xpack, so I can measure the car against a real car in the satellite image so I can have the track the perfect width etc. If someone could also send me more useful reference material then I'd very much appreciate that as well. About the track; The Valencia Street Circuit is a street circuit that hosted the European Grand Prix from 2008-2012. This circuit has been known for it's harbourside nature and glamour, however despite all this, it is a track much criticised by drivers and fans alike, as it's races weren't producing the action anyone would've liked. However all those critics were silenced in 2012 when it produced one of the most thrilling races of the season, where Fernando Alonso took an emotional home win from eleventh on the grid. Since though, many bad things have happened to the track as poor maintenance as a result of the economic situation in Spain has resulted in the track falling into disrepair, as many of the valuable items have been stolen, even with arsonists striking one of the billboard bridges and setting it on fire, and as a result of the economic situation, a chance of the circuit ever hosting another motor racing event, let alone an F1 race again is very far from likely.