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    Drift Track Design

    With christmas holidays coming up I'm looking at breaking the drifters out as the weather is starting to get nice.

    Just wondering if any of you guys have a set track design that you can recommend? Or do you just make different ones each time?

    If someone has a design they highly recommend can you draw it out in Windows Paint and attach to this thread?

    What meterials do you guys use?

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    RE: Drift Track Design

    Found this cool little track design tool for anyone that is interested.

    Just thought I'd half answer my own question.

    http://www.zanthrax.nl/index.php?id=20

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    RE: Drift Track Design

    this is a dead easy set up that just about every one uses at some point
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    RE: Drift Track Design

    Gota say thats a cool little programme , and i think as for the Which track question its down to personal taste- i myself try to make every track i do differant althou im more a fan of highspeed drifting so tight tracks are not really my fave. So its kinda up to what you wana drift , Trying to replicate real 1.1 scale racing tracks can be fun too

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    RE: Drift Track Design

    Check out mai track..lol
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    RE: Drift Track Design

    that is cool

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    RE: Drift Track Design

    Cool little program. I made this crazy drift track!
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    RE: Drift Track Design


    ORIGINAL: brendonv

    Cool little program. I made this crazy drift track!

    Thats looks like the test track in forza. That would be a great track to really put driving skillz to the test, let alone try to drift
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