Yes ! Exactly 1985 but I'd like to make two versions. 1976-1985 and 1986-1996 (modification at the swimming pool)
I'm trying to make a more realistic tunnel than in the original track.. with a narrow track. I hope finish that before the end of 2021.
Today I post a new track for my 1984 mod. It is Monza the most famous high speed track. Don't forget to use GP2limit for that. Enjoy!
I love this version of Monza, awesome That`s truly a layout for a temple of speed, must have been awesome to sit at the 2nd Lesmo on the grandstands. But it is understandable that this was to dangerous long term.
Is there a possibility for a early 90ies (pre 1994) version some day? The look of the 80ies is awesomely achieved here and that`s the fact which makes a 1991 race quite strange, espiacially the smaller pit building.
Regarding Suzuka, I could be even more demanding: along with a contemporary version, we could also have a side version bending/mixing the 1987-2001 versions, or focusing on one of them (like it was in 1994, for instance).
I don´t mind much about Dunlop's version (changed in 2001), although it would be important to be forced to lift the accelerator through it (something we just can't do with the original track). The pit entry (before the chicane up to 1999, after it from 2000 onwards) is also indifferent.
But the pre-2003 130R should be kept (I think the Original Suzuka's 130R was fine). In GP2 We can afford to safely crash as McNish did in real life in 2002.
And also the pre-2003 Casio Triangle should be kept. Racingcircuits.info tells us that the chicane was slightly moved in 1991, something I don't recall nor would notice without it. Either in its 87-90 or 91-2002 shape, the Casio Triangle should have been kept sharp and almost-a-stop as it was, in my opinion. It was the place of the most dramatic sporting, competition moment in the sport's 70-year history (tragedies not included, as they're not competition). The old Casio Triangle should have been classified by UNESCO as World Heritage, or at least by the FIA as World's Motorsport Heritage. It was never easy to overtake there, but it became a little more difficult after the 2003 change.
I'm hoping this text inspires Antônio Pessoa (currently delivering amazing tracks) and Roberto Remédio (who hinted at the necessity and will to refurbish Suzuka). I'll conclude with a Suzuka video that I found yesterday and in a camera angle that I had never seen before.