Series Two. This Series is £10 per person.
You may have raced Series One before, this might be your first time and you want to take the challenge of the 8 tables.
Series 2 includes all the tracks from series 1 plus these three extra tracks.
This takes on average 90 minutes to complete. Adding a further 3 famous and not so famous racing circuits from around the globe.
Table 6: Baskerville
Baskerville Raceway permanent motor racing circuit located in Tasmania, Australia. The circuit was sited on a natural amphitheatre and opened in February 1958 by the Hobart Sporting Car Club and has been operating continuously ever since. Baskerville's official website suggested that it is the oldest continuously operating permanent circuit in Australia. The layout of the course resembles "Trial mountain circuit" from the Gran Turismo (series) games.
Table 7: Slovakia Ring.
After a few twisty short F1 circuits we have returned to a GT layout.
The Slovakia Ring variant 1.
Average Length 49.08'
107 Laps = 1 Mile
Average Length 53.41'
98 Laps = 1 Mile
Table 8: Keimola Motor Stadium
The Keimola Motor Stadium was a dedicated race track located in Vantaa, Finland. It was founded by Finnish racing driver Curt Lincoln after the closure of the Eläintarha track in 1963. Construction started in 1965 and the track was opened on 12 June 1966. The track was 3.3 km (2.1 mi) long, consisting of eight turns and a 1 km (0.62 mi) home straight. Multiple racing series, including Formula Two, Formula Vee and Interserie, raced on the track during the years it was used.
Average Length 46.25'
114 Laps = 1 Mile
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