Fast Lap: 03:52:89 by Roadknight
Garage Settings: 1400/medium tires/soft suspension
DKriderGZ hasn't been seen in the track making business since 7 July 2003. And has made his return after almost 6 years with this breathtaking track.
It is possibly the greatest masterpiece since SP's Outback
by OLD_mumhra. It is based off the area he was born (Chagrin Falls Ohio), and adds mountains to the track, which without question add to the beauty of this track.
The race starts in a town, but immediately you will find yourself in the valley of the mountains. Before reaching the mountains themselves there are some fine jumps, corners which will catch you out if you are not using the "tab" map, and some dirt trails you must take because of the main road being blocked with roadworks. I really recommend you break through into the roadworks when you are not racing, because they are fine to look at.
Once you reach the mountains, prepare for some fast driving, but watch out for edges of the path, where you sometimes must turn to the left of right to make it to the other side, or will just hit the mountain face.
3/4 of the way through the race, be prepared to get wet! As you go through (yes though) a waterfall, and underneath it.
Unfortunately, the checkpoint (15) on the other side of the waterfall can catch you out, you must stay to the left of the waterfall to successfully make it through.
Near the end, you will find yourself back at the small town you started from. This takes over some rooftops, then back down to the ground, through a car park, and back to the line. Once again, I recommend a look through the town, as there is plenty to see.
The A.I. trucks don't have a hope on this track though, so when it comes to racing this will be online only. (And one fantastic online track at that!)
I was sure we were going to see a long circuit or rally track sometime this year, but I sure wasn't expecting to see something this amazing!
DKriderGZ you have utterly outdone yourself with this absolute masterpiece of a track. One of the best tracks (not just circuits) ever.
A message to everyone: YOU NEED THIS TRACK!