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fortine_oo
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« on: August 26, 2010, 09:51:12 PM »

I recently converted the Long Beach 2010 to an OWR (pta exe) track by changing the track textures and grip values. IMHO, it provides a better feel to the quick responsiveness of today's open wheel cars while still allowing the cars to slide and drift predictably. That it not the characteristic I would attribute to the "usual method" of just increasing asphalt and concrete grip values.
You can get it here:  Long Beach 2010 OWT

I also have used this method for a Hockenheim 2010 version which is currently in development by Amtronic. (Actually, I discovered this method while working on the hockenheim track.) ATM, Hockenheim 2010 development seems to be in a holding pattern.

I hope to convert some other tracks as time allows.


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« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2014, 07:52:56 PM »

More tracks for Open Wheel mods that employ the PTA.exe


MILWAUKEE INDY FSE
@ FSE


Melbourne_Albert Park_OWT
@ Melbourne_Albert Park_OWT
Minimal graphics, but fun racing.


PBIR_OWT
@ PBIR_OWT
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