as of 26 September 2018
This is Japan's famed high speed circuit at the foot of the grand Mt. Fuji. Since its opening in 1961, many big events have been hosted here, and a countless number of famous battles have taken place on its tarmac. Following Fuji's famed 1.5km long straight, the first half is a high speed section combining mid to high speed corners, and the latter half is a technical section on an incline. Because the characteristics of the track is very different from its first half to the latter half, the set up of the car is also very important here. In addition to the Fuji Speedway F layout that is used in many races, the Fuji Speedway GT shortcut layout has also been included.
This green circuit is located Northwest of Graz, an old city in Austria. Based on the Österreichring first constructed in 1969, it was also called the A1 Ring from 1997 to 2010. This is a high speed circuit combining sharp tight corners and long flat out sections, and while the course layout appears simple, the circuit is located in a hilly area creating large ascents and descents. This makes the track much more difficult than it seems at first glance. The skill of the driver will greatly affect the lap times on this track. The full track as well as the short version has been included.
This is a circuit located in the City of Le Mans in Western France. It is famous as the host circuit for what is considered one of the 3 greatest races in the world, the Le Mans 24 Hour Race. Since its opening in 1923, the circuit has been the stage for many famous battles throughout the years. It also happens to be one of the highest paced tracks in the world, truly putting the aerodynamics of racing machines to the test. In addition to the modern layout including a chicane with a total length of 13.6km, the old chicaneless layout is also included. Experience the battle of aerodynamic performance on the original 5.7km straight.
This popular circuit in Japan is located in Shimotsuma city of the Ibaraki prefecture, and is one of the closest tracks to Tokyo. The track is fairly compact at 2.045m, but combines a variety of large and small corners, and the technical layout is a favorite amongst drivers. Since its opening in 1970, it has been the stage for many big events such as the All Japan Touring Car Championships, and is well known as a benchmark circuit used by automotive media.
A famed circuit located in the beautiful green National Monza Park, on the outskirts of Milano in Northern Italy. Completed in 1922, this is the 3rd oldest circuit in the world after Brooklands and Indianapolis. While it originally incorporated a high banked oval section, today it is a high speed track with a combination of chicanes and consecutive corners, connected by a long straight. 2 layouts with and without the chicane has been included to provide an intense high speed driving experience for the players.
The premier circuit of Brazil in South America, loved by the legendary driver Ayrton Senna. Of the group of tracks used in Formula 1, this is a rare counterclockwise track. It has a mix of long high G corners, as well as a tight infield section. Because you need both the stability for the high speed corners and the turning performance for the low speed corners, it is a tough track for drivers. This is a track where your skill improvements will clearly show in your lap times.
Over 20km in length, with an elevation variation of 300m, the depths of its complex surfaces become more and more overwhelming as a driver really gets to know the track. This track is renowned as the most grueling circuit in the world. It is possible to enjoy the ‘Nordschleife’, the stage for many famous matches in history, and the ‘24h’ layout used in the Nürburgring 24 hour race. In addition to daylight conditions that shows the beautiful green forest surrounding the track, there is also a recreation of conditions at night.
This is a popular American circuit with over 60 years of history. This famous track that has been the host for CART racing in the past is still a hot spot for amateur racing today. In addition to the main Big Willow layout, we have also included the technical Streets of Big Willow Springs, and the short Horse Thief Mile. We hope you enjoy the 3 very different tracks.
In the past this circuit located in Kent of England has been the stage for the Formula 1, and today it is known to host touring car races and the British F3 Championships. The beautiful track that cuts into a forest is known for its steep ups and downs, but because the structures of the corners are relatively simple, it is enjoyable for both beginner and expert drivers. In addition to the full GP course, the Indy circuit layout that short cuts the middle section is included.
This is the premier circuit of Australia, that is the stage of big events such as the Bathurst 12 hour race. The beginning and last sections consist of long straights, but the midsection running over the hill is a very technical section with steep ascents and descents as well as a series of blind corners. The great contrast between these sections is the allure of the Mount Panorama Circuit. Take your time to truly master the tricky layout.
This famous circuit that has been the stage for many memorable moments in racing was actually built before there were highways in Japan. It is one of the very few circuits in the world with a figure 8 layout with an overpass. With many unique corners on the track, it is one of the favorite tracks for many top drivers around the world. In addition to the 5.8km full course, we have included the East Course; a short course consisting of the first half of the track.
This is an original track themed on the Sainte-Croix lake, which actually exists in the Provence region of Southern France. The long 10km course has various branches, and it is possible to select from 3 different layouts labeled A, B, and C respectively. The track contains corners comprised of geometric shapes such as 90 degree and radial corners. There is also a reverse layout to each.
Kyoto is an ancient city in Japan that has been the center of politics and culture, and this driving park is staged in the mountains on its outskirts. There are three stages available, including a full road course named “Yamagiwa”, a track day course “Miyabi”, and a layout that combines both in the “Yamagiwa + Miyabi”. The track is full of traditional Japanese decorations, from the pit area built in wood and the Japanese patterns on the course sides, as well as the stone surfaces of the track and its bamboo walls.
This is a track made in the image of the Metropolitan Expressway in Tokyo, recreating the atmosphere of the highway weaving between the skyscrapers built during the era of economic boom in Japan. In addition to the Central Route Outer Loop in the city center, there is also the over 7km long ‘East Route Outer Loop. Under night conditions you can enjoy urban driving in a city illuminated by lights.
Staged in the Dalmatia region of Croatia in Eastern Europe, this is a road course surrounded by the azure blue Adriatic Sea and a steep mountainside. The track is triangular with 3 sharp points, with a rich variation of sections including ascents, descents, and a flat section along the seaside. The nature unique to the Dalmatia region with its jagged coastline, the variety of plant life such as olives, pine, and palm trees are another notable part of the track.
This is a beautiful circuit staged near Lake Maggiore in Northern Italy, surrounded by the European Alps. A technical course of approximately 5.8km in length with many unique corners, combined with ascents and descents created by the hilly geography. The straight has an elevation change of 40m, and there is a 20 degree banked hairpin at the end of the hill, creating a driving experience like nowhere else. In addition to the full course, there are 3 short cut tracks including the “Central Layout”, “East Layout” and “West Layout”.
This is a half mile (approx. 900m) short oval popular in American motorsports. The high bank up to 31 degrees plus the 16m wide track makes it possible to crate 2 wide and 3 wide lines around the track. The notable features on the track include the massive grandstands for containing the spectators and the modern pit facilities. In addition to daylight conditions there is also a rendition under night conditions, where you can see the track beautifully illumined by lights.
Staged on an American bay area with palm trees reaching for the sky, this is a modern oval track with a resort hotel and an airport nearby. The track is in a tri-oval layout with 3 turns and 3 straights, with a total length of roughly 2 miles. The 3 turns all have different radiuses and bank angles, giving it a degree of freedom similar to a road course when driving.Also, 2 variations of Infield A and Infield B are provided, connecting an infield area to a part of the oval.
This is an oval track created within a massive sports complex in a major city of Japan. A typical oval track is elliptical in shape, but this is a slightly different layout with an additional corner in the straight. This feature makes the track look like a broad bean, for which the track was named. This track will have more interaction between the cars at the braking points compared to your standard oval.
The Alsace region of France has a unique history. This is a half public road circuit driving around the perimeter of a small town in the region. The track staged on a beautiful hill located along the Rhine River has a total length of 5.4km. This is a high speed track consisting of mostly mid to high speed corners, but there is a variety of ups and downs, giving you a dynamic change in scenery as you drive. The scenery along the course side decorated by a deep green and beautiful flowers is another allure of the track.
This is a dirt track staged in a dry region extending from the south of the Rocky Mountains in North America down towards Mexico. The 7km track that winds between cactus plants and shrubs has many corners small and large, together with steep ups and downs as well as big jumping spots. Use both the throttle and brakes to control your car on the dirt surface.
This is a dirt track staged on Sardegna Island of Italy, surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea. The track is named after the power generating windmills towering on the course sides, and is a high speed track decorated with Olive trees and Italian stone pines. Once you have descended the fast downhill section, the track then changes to an upward climb. Enjoy the thrill of driving a dirt track.
Colorado Springs is a town in Colorado of the United States, also known as the home of the ‘Pikes Peak’ hill climb race. This is a dirt track staged along the banks of the large lake in this town surrounded by rich nature. The roughly 3km track is flat dirt almost all the way around, but there are large crests that will make the cars launch off of the ground, making it important to control your jumps in order to win. Enjoy the exciting drive on dirt, with a beautiful green background of conifers and hardwoods.