But it would still not be possible to clip one.Gridlock wrote:Actually on-screen "pretend" walls would be fairly trivial, it's only a small step up from those hideous, jaggy-JPG virtual adverts FOM stick on the world feed.
Yes it was, and he didn't really go wrong after that, he just kept making the same circuit over and over again, that's all.Was Malaysia Tilke? If so, how'd he go so wrong after?
Agreed. I think probably modern circuit designers simply under estimate how steep a slope needs to be. Spa is an incredibly hilly circuit. Eau Rouge/Radillon are a 1:3 incline, they really don't look like that on TV.I would love to see more tracks like Spa, built not just on very flat ground out of the way but up in mountains etc. I also think we need more tracks like Monza, very technical in their own way and always great for racing!
Sure he did – China.Gridlock wrote:He never came up with another Turn1-3 complex like that though. All he seemed to take away was "long straights!"
lol =D>As for clipping imaginary walls, I say there's current drivers who would probably surprise you
Well that's exactly my point – he came up with plenty of good tracks – they're just all the same. They all have a sector of insane straights, a sector of sweepers, and a sector of street circuit like stuff.Gridlock wrote:Well, Ok, he cloned that exact complex, I mean he didn't keep up the creativity.
He didn't design the Hungaroring did he?SiLo wrote:I hate the Korea circuit, hated the one in India and I don't really like Hungary.
I'm confident that these were the inspiration for turns 8 and 9 at Malaysia. The only problem is the lack of a gravel trap on the outside to end your race if you get them wrong.Gridlock wrote:Degna 1 + 2 please