rFactor 2

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Kansas Speedway is a 1.5 mile oval. It has 4 corners.
It is an original scratch built track for rFactor 2. (It was built originally for SCE - rFactor 1 - but never released)
The racing surface has been reworked, adding support for Realroad.
The AI are run pretty good. They have issues with boucing when entering and exiting pits. 100% AI strength recommended. They run good lap times.

This is a fill in track until a new 3PA track becomes available (Possibly up to 2 years)

Non-Steam download links are on the ISI forum:
https://forum.studio-397.com/index.php?threads/stockcar-tracks-list.53869/
Including Mega & Mediafire download options

There is also a setup for Kansas there to download. It is an early development setup, but reasonably good.

Configuration: Speedway II is enforced.

Thanks to American Stockcar for many infield objects.

v1.00 is first release.

v1.20 updates:
Textures updated to DX11.
Grip changed back to 1.0
Use Goodyear recommended "minimum safe" tyre pressures for realistic grip.
Left front: 25psi, Right front: 54psi, Left rear: 25psi, Right rear: 50psi
Abiding by the recommended pressures I managed to run a best lap of around 28.8
2017 fastest qualifying times in the CUP race were 28.3

Leagues are recommended to run fixed setups using the recommended "minimum safe" pressures.
Setup changes. I have not spent much time on the setup.
I recommend for Leagues, move wedge from -5 to -2.5
Move weight all the way forward.
This should give a safe, but fast fixed setup.
See my 1.00 base setup in the setups link on the S397 forum link above
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2 Comments
tjtackwell Jun 1 @ 8:09pm 
glad someone made it its the closest nascar track to me
Dick Sledge May 5 @ 2:16pm 
I haven't seen too many issues here. Feels real enough. Maybe a little too sticky but I haven't run long enough yet to really say for sure. I hope you are able to update with DX11. Great work. Thank you.