Yeah nascar = boring and the same would apply to ebike racing around a loop. Not to mention that place would end up a bloody thunderdome of carnage with that bank on it But yeah, incorporating some of it with a mapped out course in the centre could be 4TW. You'd need it to stop raining for long enough that the bottom wasn't filled with atleast some water / mud - and good luck with that happening in Melbourne over winterfull-throttle wrote:Not sure about everyone, but I'm not a big fan of NASCAR style. How bout routing the course through the flat as well?
There's next to no skill required and basically the guy with the highest voltage, faster wind motor is going to win.
Plus high speed = increased danger IMO. There's a proper cycle track near me that is a prime smooth surface to race on (it's where all the lycras race and play) but again it's largely a big loop so you're just doing sustained high speeds with the odd bit of slowing down for a corner. I use it as a testing / proving ground of sorts, I've had my bike up to 95km/hr on it but it's not really the sort of track I'd find interesting to race on. Unless it's stirring up lyrcas (I think this was posted earlier in this thread )