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Air Race for Extra 300

Posted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 5:31 am
by Mobiyus
Hello modders of YSF!

We all know there is plenty of racetrack currently avalaible, but I have been wondering if anyone could create a racetrack specifically made for the Extra 300. The unique and exeptionnal handling of this aircraft calls for an equally unique and exeptionnal track.

This hypothetical track could use some very short and tight high G turns as well as vertical turns. A layout that keeps you on your toes from beginning to the end, a turn one after the other non-stop. The track would use a very smal surface area, all turns being very close to one another.

Or... ... Mimic Red Bull Air Races.

Or... ... Come up with anything your imagination comes up with, just keep the Extra 300 in mind :)

Thank you in advance!

Re: Air Race for Extra 300

Posted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 5:37 am
by Gunny
Slalom racing base on Olympic slaloms of the winter Olympics.Vary high G tight turns at varying altitudes.

Re: Air Race for Extra 300

Posted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 5:41 am
by Flake
Gunny wrote:Slalom racing base on Olympic slaloms of the winter Olympics.Vary high G tight turns at varying altitudes.
How did I not think of this?

Racing down mt Fuji for example, or racing down Everest into the Himalayas. Cool idea.

Re: Air Race for Extra 300

Posted: Wed Aug 27, 2014 1:56 pm
by Danny
Have you looked at Talon's Mod Pack?

It includes the Red Bull Air Race pylons and two courses - Windsor and Terre-de-Haut.

Re: Air Race for Extra 300

Posted: Thu Aug 28, 2014 12:09 am
by Mobiyus
Danny wrote:Have you looked at Talon's Mod Pack?

It includes the Red Bull Air Race pylons and two courses - Windsor and Terre-de-Haut.
I was not aware of the existence of this pack. Thank you for pointing it out. I just tried it :) The Red Bull races are great! But the idea still stands, something else than Red Bull type races could be created :D
OfficerFlake wrote:
Gunny wrote:Slalom racing base on Olympic slaloms of the winter Olympics.Vary high G tight turns at varying altitudes.
How did I not think of this?

Racing down mt Fuji for example, or racing down Everest into the Himalayas. Cool idea.
We're getting somewhere :)