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I finally managed to get the course creator app downloaded & made a track backed on a road map i saw! though it seems you can't change elevation of the track, which is a pity, but the actual area is relatively flat anyway, so its fine i guess. can they be raced online? i sure hope so
though it seems you can't change elevation of the track, which is a pity,
You can via some tweeks on the app. People have been creating tracks with 2km height variations. Oh, and tracks with 20km long and crossings.
Try these: https://www.gran-turismo.com/us/gt6/user/#!/friend/GTP_daan/course/ (Sierra Ski Jump and A Very Mountainous Journey)
and: https://www.gran-turismo.com/us/gt6/user/#!/friend/TBBGT6EP/course/ (El Torro Blanco and 6km Elevation Track)
To get them just log into PSN / GT6 via your PC then use the links. Actually you can get any track from any player in the world with the same method, just replace the PSN ID after the "/friend/" string.
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these are my first few tracks https://www.gran-turismo.com/us/gt6/signin/#!/friend/BigMorrisKnight/course/ i drew the course on paper & took a photo. was a nightmare getting the size right & not running out of track length & getting the corners sharp enough. can't make a tight hairpin it seems.
And for my 100th different tested car for this month's Cape Ring QM, i decided to finally give the GSXR a whirl. While it was nice to finally dip under the 1min mark, it does still feel like cheating. It's just got SO much more grip around the corners than 'normal' cars. It's not like the RX500 which requires steady steering in order not to go shooting off the track in a cloud of tyre smoke, the Suzuki is high speed and easy.
If anything it just confirms that the PVP aspect of the game isn't well thought-out. There are a few solutions i've come up with to combat this in future (Though it's unlikely anything will be done about it): 1.) A car whose stock PP is higher than the max PP allowed for an event shouldn't be eligible. 2.) Cars with a stock PP higher than the max allowed get their own races and aren't able to mix with those whose stock PP is lower than the max. 3.) Cars with a stock PP higher than the max allowed get entered into the same races (as it is now) but ghost through cars of a lower stock PP than allowed. So for example if i were driving a Toyota Sera in the 400PP event, i wouldn't constantly have to be aware of impatient GSXR drivers potentially wrecking my race; they'd just simply ghost through.
I quite like option 3, but the most enjoyable one would be option 1. It wouldn't prevent you overtuning say; a 390PP car and getting clever with power levels and weight, but it would prevent people using vehicles which just shouldn't be allowed in an event; 450PP+ supercars or concepts.
If you ran the world, it would probably be on fire right now.