What are your thoughts on having fictional representations of Lotus and Ferrari (and any other licences that can't be easily had). This worked very well for GPL and I don't see why it would be an issue, but so far i have not seen it mentioned, which would imply a slight reluctance? The only other fictional 60s content I have seen is the Tecno and Matra, but from what I have read (correct me if I'm wrong), the reason those were made is that you were in the process of licensing them anyway. A full field really does make all the difference in terms of variety and character of the cars, each with their own individual strengths and subtleties. You can see this in GPL itself, which is one thing that really makes it shine. More tracks from the era would be a godsend as others have said. You don't get flowing, natural tracks like that nowadays, and with the tracks so far it has impressed me with the detail and accuracy that has been attempted. In terms of licensing old circuits, could you basically include tracks like Rouen and others that no longer exist (especially street circuits) for free, as they were based on public roads anyway and don't exist anymore either. Even if you couldn't, again, surely a name change would do the trick Old circuits are just so much better than their modern sterile counterparts - even ones where the changes are just run-off and surrounding atmosphere! Crumbs a 60s Imola would be amazing: If you want to make Kyalami, the circuit was widened in 68. There is footage that someone found pre 68, on youtube from a spanish broadcast, but I think it got deleted. It does prove that there is some available though.