W.I.P. Circuit Calafat

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  1. albertbbmm

    albertbbmm New Member

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    I'm Albert, from Barcelona. So I'm a complete begginer doing this type of projects. I decide to make Circuit de Calafat track on Blender for Assetto Corsa. Circuit de Calafat is a track located at south of Catalonia. One great thing is the fabulous sunny weather practically all days of year, and it's only 1.5km from beaches that are around. I have an apartment near it, and always i can i take my bicycle and go to watch track days, private test or oficial races about cars or motorbikes.

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    Here a good onboard that is 7 years old. On this video the formula e layout is not built



    My principal target is to make the most acurate possible layout and enviorement. The first means correct Dimensions, Heights, Cambers... for this i'm gona use some public topographic CAD'S of the zone. Then proper modelling of curbs, guardrails, fences, tyre barriers, pit boxes, and other principal constructions around the track. I'm weak with textures but i'm gona make some magic.

    I have no timer to finish this project. I will make some updates on weekends or holidays. The final version will be the completed circuit. But after that, why not to make the rallycross new layout and the Formula E test layout? The last, actually used a lot to do private preseason or midseason test with formula e teams.

    I will post the work and progress on a youtube list. Here the first test and work. Learning and testing how to add proper camber and heights on turn 1



    Work in progress
     
    Last edited: Nov 1, 2021
  2. luchian

    luchian Administrator Staff Member Pilot RLR

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    Hi Albert, welcome.

    Looks like a fun project, good luck!
     
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