Paul Richard

Posted by Alessio88 
Paul Richard
Date: December 07, 2017 02:03PM
Posted by: Alessio88
Hi guys just wondering if there is a version of Paul Richard track for gp4?thanks

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Re: Paul Richard
Date: December 07, 2017 02:35PM
Posted by: Foreverk
Re: Paul Richard
Date: December 07, 2017 06:19PM
Posted by: Alessio88
Thanks a lot

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Re: Paul Richard
Date: December 07, 2017 09:06PM
Posted by: Atticus.
There is a long layout version out there as well, the modern one, although it's missing the scenery.

Here's the direct link, but you can look it up in my signature too:

[www.mediafire.com]



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Re: Paul Richard
Date: December 07, 2017 10:21PM
Posted by: Alessio88
ok,thanks guys,wich one is the one that f1 will be using again from next year?

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Re: Paul Richard
Date: December 07, 2017 10:57PM
Posted by: Turbo Lover
[en.f1i.com]

Sadly the one with the silly chicane on the Mistral straight and the slowest version of the S de la Verrerie (T1). :(


At first there were talks about using the original full version of the Mistral straight: [en.f1i.com]



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Re: Paul Richard
Date: December 08, 2017 12:14PM
Posted by: Atticus.
Turbo Lover Wrote:
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> [en.f1i.com]-
> confirms-french-gp-layout.html
>
> Sadly the one with the silly chicane on the
> Mistral straight and the slowest version of the S
> de la Verrerie (T1). :(
>
>
> At first there were talks about using the original
> full version of the Mistral straight:
> [en.f1i.com]
> ing-full-mistral-straight-f1.html

@Alessio88: So it's effectively my version minus the long flat-out fun on the Mistral and through the old high-speed Verriere esses. (Or plus the new medium-to-low speed Verriere chicane and the Mistral chicane.)

My goal with my version of the Ricard was to recreate the version that resembles the old long layout the most that was in use from 1970 to 1985.



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Re: Paul Richard
Date: December 08, 2017 12:45PM
Posted by: Alessio88
Ok,thanks a lot for the answer hopefully someone will update this version to the actual one ;);)

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Re: Paul Richard
Date: December 08, 2017 01:13PM
Posted by: Atticus.
You're welcome.

Prblanco from F1Virtual was actually working on the F1 layout a long time ago, but he's retired from GP4 AFAIK and made his WIP files public - that's precisely the reason I know about his version of the Ricard.

But it's far from finished and I'm not very much interested in the chicanery variant, especially as I already have the fast-flowing layout. And I'm having a lot of different projects in mind for the future, unfortunately, which are going to be tight to schedule in already next to my full-time job, F1 blog and other stuff. It's a squeeze, basically.



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