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Bring back all Euro/Bridgestone touring tracks from Grid 1, not just Jarama and SF :)   Specially SPA, Nurb and IST.

Don't really care about cars.

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A slider for AI difficulty (like in a lot of race sims). Sometimes the gap between the different difficulties is too big. 

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Rome..?? 8-}
lol there was not Rome track in any grid , u may mean Milano of Grid 1??
i loved this track..  
:ar!

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Rome..?? 8-}
lol there was not Rome track in any grid , u may mean Milano of Grid 1??
i loved this track..  
:ar!
You're right it was Milano. Man it was crazy at times \:D/ \:D/ >:)

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I'm going to let you Europeans figure out what should be in from your side of the pond. But if Autosport is going to continue to use the three region format for the tracks and cars, this is what I'd like representing the Americas.

Tracks:
  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway (I don't need to justify this circuit's presence, make sure to include the GP and Sports car circuits)
  • Pocono (You've already got the Dallara DW12 Indy Car in, there have been some great races featuring the Indy Cars at the speedway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania)
  • Circuit of the Americas (As a circuit used by the American Le Mans series and V8 Supercars, it'd still be nice to use something other than F1 cars at Austin in a video game)
  • Riverside (now this is a hard one, as Riverside has been closed for some 20 years, but for decades it hosted Indy Car and NASCAR races, and was one of the first notable Road courses.)

I would probably avoid the other oval tracks, Laguna Seca and Road America are always welcome,

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I'd love to see every track from previous Grid & F1 games in Grid Autosport.

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The RX7 FD3S as a drift variant, not the street panspeed please. A friend asks for the AE86 or the FC RX7 too.

Me and like 6 others would want to see Mt Haruna but it seems that's not the case here. But we got dem super utes doe, caan't wait!

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Cars wishlist :

Mazda 787b
Porsche 917k
NISSAN R390 GT-1
Toyota TS010
Toyota TS020 (AKA GT-One)
Toyota TS030
Audi R10
Audi R18
Peugeot 908
Lola B05/40
Lola B06/10
Lamborghini Murcielago RGT
Ford Mustang GT-R concept
Pagani Zonda R
Porsche 911 GT3 RSR
Nissan Skyline GT R34
Subaru Impreza WRX STI Tomei Cusco
Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10
Lotus Exige S2


Tracks wishlist:
Spa Francorchamps
Suzuka
Monza
Le Mans
Dijon Prenois

San Francisco
Washington DC
Detroit
Long Beach
Chicago

Okutama Grand Circuit

Paris (all Grid2 tracks)

Barcelona (all Grid2 tracks)




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Speedball said:
I'm going to let you Europeans figure out what should be in from your side of the pond. But if Autosport is going to continue to use the three region format for the tracks and cars, this is what I'd like representing the Americas.

Tracks:
  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway (I don't need to justify this circuit's presence, make sure to include the GP and Sports car circuits)
  • Pocono (You've already got the Dallara DW12 Indy Car in, there have been some great races featuring the Indy Cars at the speedway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania)
  • Circuit of the Americas (As a circuit used by the American Le Mans series and V8 Supercars, it'd still be nice to use something other than F1 cars at Austin in a video game)
  • Riverside (now this is a hard one, as Riverside has been closed for some 20 years, but for decades it hosted Indy Car and NASCAR races, and was one of the first notable Road courses.)

I would probably avoid the other oval tracks, Laguna Seca and Road America are always welcome,

given where @Loore has supposedly gone we could end up seeing COTA in Grid Autosport and given Indianapolis was in Grid 2 we could see those tracks not too sure about the others though

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Imola, Spa, Bathurst, Monza, BRNO, Zolder, COTA, Nürburgring GP and Nordschleife, Monaco, Circuit de Catalunya, Dubai Autodrome, Laguna Seca, Autopolis and Road America.

Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3
Audi R8 LMS Ultra GT3
Bentley Continental GT3
BMW Z4 GT3
Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 (wont happen tho)
Lamborghini Gallardo GT3
McLaren MP4-12C GT3
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3
Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3
Porsche 997 GT3 (wont happen either :p)

McLaren P1
Gumpert Apollo

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given where @Loore has supposedly gone we could end up seeing COTA in Grid Autosport and given Indianapolis was in Grid 2 we could see those tracks not too sure about the others though
Riverside's a tough cookie, and I know that with the short development time Pocono is even a stretch, but my wishes don't necessarily have to be realistic. Honestly, the only facepalm moment I'll have is if the Indy Car is in without Indianapolis. COTA would be a VERY pleasant bonus, and I've been yapping about it since they opened the circuit two years ago, mostly due to fan provincialism, but also because it's a complex racetrack and loads of fun to play on in the F1 games (game? 2012 was the last one to get a physical release in North America).

Having just checked @Loore's twitter feed, I don't find it strange that he went through Dallas (DFW is major air traffic hub). If he was here to see some racetracks there are only a few major permanent facilities in Texas he'd have visited:
  • Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas (right next to Dallas, the track is just north of the metropolitan area). Hosts IRL/USAC Indy Car racing (Dallara DW12) and all three of NASCAR's national series. The track is a 1.5 mile tri-oval. There aren't any other layouts used by major competion.
  • Circuit of the Americas near Austin, Texas. This would have been a 2 hour drive from Dallas, not accounting for traffic. There's an airport in Austin, but it'd have been cheaper to fly him into Dallas and use a car. Used for F1, American Le Mans Series, and a V8 Supercars race in 2012. A road course with multiple layouts. He mentions a lot of screaming about a basketball game on May 14th, this was the day of Game 5 between San Antonio and Portland in the NBA playoffs. Austin doesn't have an NBA team, but San Antonio is about 80 miles south of Austin. Circuit of the Americas will also be the site of the X-Games in a few weeks time, with parts of the circuit being used in the Rallycross course.
  • Texas World Speedway in College Station, Texas. This is a 2.0 mile oval with 3 or 4 road course layouts. It's just west of Houston, and it'd have been cheaper to fly there than take the 4 and a half hour trip by car (maybe). It hasn't been used by any major series for competition since the early 1980s, and is currently only used for club racing and testing by teams in IRL and NASCAR due to the similarity in the Ovals shape and length to tracks in Fontana, California and Brooklyn, Michigan.

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Speedball said:
given where @Loore has supposedly gone we could end up seeing COTA in Grid Autosport and given Indianapolis was in Grid 2 we could see those tracks not too sure about the others though
Riverside's a tough cookie, and I know that with the short development time Pocono is even a stretch, but my wishes don't necessarily have to be realistic. Honestly, the only facepalm moment I'll have is if the Indy Car is in without Indianapolis. COTA would be a VERY pleasant bonus, and I've been yapping about it since they opened the circuit two years ago, mostly due to fan provincialism, but also because it's a complex racetrack and loads of fun to play on in the F1 games (game? 2012 was the last one to get a physical release in North America).

Having just checked @Loore's twitter feed, I don't find it strange that he went through Dallas (DFW is major air traffic hub). If he was here to see some racetracks there are only a few major permanent facilities in Texas he'd have visited:
  • Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas (right next to Dallas, the track is just north of the metropolitan area). Hosts IRL/USAC Indy Car racing (Dallara DW12) and all three of NASCAR's national series. The track is a 1.5 mile tri-oval. There aren't any other layouts used by major competion.
  • Circuit of the Americas near Austin, Texas. This would have been a 2 hour drive from Dallas, not accounting for traffic. There's an airport in Austin, but it'd have been cheaper to fly him into Dallas and use a car. Used for F1, American Le Mans Series, and a V8 Supercars race in 2012. A road course with multiple layouts. He mentions a lot of screaming about a basketball game on May 14th, this was the day of Game 5 between San Antonio and Portland in the NBA playoffs. Austin doesn't have an NBA team, but San Antonio is about 80 miles south of Austin. Circuit of the Americas will also be the site of the X-Games in a few weeks time, with parts of the circuit being used in the Rallycross course.
  • Texas World Speedway in College Station, Texas. This is a 2.0 mile oval with 3 or 4 road course layouts. It's just west of Houston, and it'd have been cheaper to fly there than take the 4 and a half hour trip by car (maybe). It hasn't been used by any major series for competition since the early 1980s, and is currently only used for club racing and testing by teams in IRL and NASCAR due to the similarity in the Ovals shape and length to tracks in Fontana, California and Brooklyn, Michigan.
well I haven't checked @Loore's twitter feed as I don't follow him but I do know that they don't usually use ovals in the Grid games (having played both 1 and 2) generally unless it's a half oval half track type race track like like the F1 Indy track was they have done that and I do know from @justbiglee that he said he had gone to Texas which immediately made me think COTA because COTA is already in CM's games as part of the F1 series as it's in both F1 2012 and F1 2013  I should know as I raced on it earlier today on those games and won and I know that other forms of motorsport use it as well so I though t maybe they're looking at adding it to Autosport as a possible venue.

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Cars:

Touring:
2014 Ford falcon V8 supercar
2014 Holden commodore V8 supercar
2014 Nissan Altima V8 Supercar
2014 Volvo S60 V8 Supercar
2014 Mercedes E63 AMG V8 supercar
2014 Chevrolet Cruze WTCC
2014 Citroen C'Elysse WTCC
2014 Honda Civic WTCC
2014 BMW 125i BTCC
2014 Toyota Avensis BTCC
2014 MG BTCC
Ford Fusion NASCAR
Chevrolet SS NASCAR
Toyota Camry NASCAR
2014 Mercedes benz DTM
2014 BMW DTM
2014 Mercedes DTM

classic touring cars:
Renault laguna BTCC
ford Mondeo BTCC
Ford Sierra Cosworth
Alfa Romeo 155
Opel Calibra touring car 1996

Opel wheelers:
2014 Formula ford
Indy lights car
Formula Renault 3.5
Formula Renault 2.0
Dallara GP2
Dallara GP3
USF2000 car
Formula BMW
Formula Nippon



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Well, I have my doubts we'll see a field of stock cars in GRID: Autosport, but if it makes you feel better the Chevy SS is a Holden Commodore with a new front end, and the V8 Supercars (themselves naturally aspirated, rear wheel drive, V8 racecars with a little less horsepower compared to a stock car but 300 lbs lighter) are already in.

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Speedball said:
given where @Loore has supposedly gone we could end up seeing COTA in Grid Autosport and given Indianapolis was in Grid 2 we could see those tracks not too sure about the others though
Riverside's a tough cookie, and I know that with the short development time Pocono is even a stretch, but my wishes don't necessarily have to be realistic. Honestly, the only facepalm moment I'll have is if the Indy Car is in without Indianapolis. COTA would be a VERY pleasant bonus, and I've been yapping about it since they opened the circuit two years ago, mostly due to fan provincialism, but also because it's a complex racetrack and loads of fun to play on in the F1 games (game? 2012 was the last one to get a physical release in North America).

Having just checked @Loore's twitter feed, I don't find it strange that he went through Dallas (DFW is major air traffic hub). If he was here to see some racetracks there are only a few major permanent facilities in Texas he'd have visited:
  • Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas (right next to Dallas, the track is just north of the metropolitan area). Hosts IRL/USAC Indy Car racing (Dallara DW12) and all three of NASCAR's national series. The track is a 1.5 mile tri-oval. There aren't any other layouts used by major competion.
  • Circuit of the Americas near Austin, Texas. This would have been a 2 hour drive from Dallas, not accounting for traffic. There's an airport in Austin, but it'd have been cheaper to fly him into Dallas and use a car. Used for F1, American Le Mans Series, and a V8 Supercars race in 2012. A road course with multiple layouts. He mentions a lot of screaming about a basketball game on May 14th, this was the day of Game 5 between San Antonio and Portland in the NBA playoffs. Austin doesn't have an NBA team, but San Antonio is about 80 miles south of Austin. Circuit of the Americas will also be the site of the X-Games in a few weeks time, with parts of the circuit being used in the Rallycross course.
  • Texas World Speedway in College Station, Texas. This is a 2.0 mile oval with 3 or 4 road course layouts. It's just west of Houston, and it'd have been cheaper to fly there than take the 4 and a half hour trip by car (maybe). It hasn't been used by any major series for competition since the early 1980s, and is currently only used for club racing and testing by teams in IRL and NASCAR due to the similarity in the Ovals shape and length to tracks in Fontana, California and Brooklyn, Michigan.
well I haven't checked @Loore's twitter feed as I don't follow him but I do know that they don't usually use ovals in the Grid games (having played both 1 and 2) generally unless it's a half oval half track type race track like like the F1 Indy track was they have done that and I do know from @justbiglee that he said he had gone to Texas which immediately made me think COTA because COTA is already in CM's games as part of the F1 series as it's in both F1 2012 and F1 2013  I should know as I raced on it earlier today on those games and won and I know that other forms of motorsport use it as well so I though t maybe they're looking at adding it to Autosport as a possible venue.
judging by thee Endurance info looks like I was right with my suspicions knew I should've been a detective :p

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