Poznan for rFactor 2 – Lots of New Previews

feels3 has released lots of new previews of his Poznan Circuit that is shaping up to be the most promising rFactor 2 track project so far.

The new previews show off lots of pit lane objects, 3d curbs, new road textures and first tests with reflective materials.

If you like feel3′s work, make sure to also participate in his track layout contest.

Located near Poznan Airport in Poland, the Poznan Racing Circuit has main layout of 4 kilometers length, the track also comes with a 1.5 kilometer karting circuit.

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  • Anonymous

    Great and very well done track! Congrats!!

    But I’m looking for oval circuits in rFactor 2.. I want Nascar =D

  • DDD II

    BRAVO!

  • http://www.facebook.com/kenneth.sehested Kenneth Sehested Pedersen

    ya ya……….But WHERE is Nordschleife ???

    • http://racingrenders.com/ F1Racer

      ya ya just brush off this guys hard work as if it’s nothing and ask for something he’s not working on at all. Maybe you can pay someone to make it for you if you’re that desperate.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Diego-Colafabio/644649048 Diego Colafabio

    Nice job, i like your level of detail.

  • jnc

    Looks like a stunning job, well done.

    I’m really looking forward to the famous circuits like Spa, Hockenheim and Silverstone though.

  • Dmitry Shkeirov

    the level of detail is amazing

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001807455876 Robert Gödicke

    This is simply outstanding. feels3 has to get a job at ISI, seriously.

  • Ricoo

    Amazing work. :)

  • Jos

    for the first time i wanna roll around in sim-racing grass :)

  • Juhan Voolaid

    sic

  • http://twitter.com/TheRoggan Roger

    Awesome! :)

    Photo realistic tracks in rF2 is a extremely welcome match for the great physics! With both the racing experience is really doubled!

  • http://www.facebook.com/iwin2808 Marcin Iwin

    Polak potrafi :D

  • http://www.facebook.com/berney.villers Berney Villers

    Very nice work!

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