Yep, it works! Not sure what you plan to do with it, but hopefully you expand on what you've started. If you do decide to make this a hobby of yours, I highly encourage you to do the following:
- Learn to pod so you can sample various types of tracks
- Talk to other track makers, get to know a few of them
- Use beta testers before you release your tracks. They make recommendations and provide insight that you may not have considered based on their experience and what they've seen in other tracks. They "should" also check for flaws.
I don't make tracks, but I love racing/rumbling and I've done a whole bunch of beta testing. If you're looking for a variety of tracks to sample at a glance, check out www.teamslo.com