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Downloads » GT Legends » Tracks

24Hrs of Mt Druitt

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Authorlegendsatlunch (See all uploads by legendsatlunch)
Size27.87 MB ( 29224298 bytes )
Added1:45am, 27th October 2010
Version0.6
Downloads724
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Hi All!

With thanks to CX650 For suggesting the track! ( hope I have done it some justice! )

and for the GTL style Loading screens!

and all the crew that make No-Grip a brilliant site!

The 24hrs of MT Druitt

Kinda special really so I hope I can do it justice!
38 ai with Le'mans style start...
no run offs no guard rails just fences and 50 ft gum trees ( every racers best friend! )

Here's an excerpt from http://aussieroadracing.homestead.com/VideoClip1MtDruitt.html
written by Mr Max Stahl.
Thankyou to both for the info.

Quote " Situated some 45 km west of Sydney a disused light aircraft landing strip was obtained by the Australian Sporting Car Club (ASCC) in 1948 for use as a race track. The first meeting, with the track marked by drums at either end of the 2.9 km track, was held on Show Day 4th. October 1848, with the first race ( for Fully Equipped Roadsters under 1500cc) being won by George Pearse in an MG T.B. The meeting's two main Handicap races were won by Roy Murray ( Bugatti Type 37 - under 1500cc) and Jack Murray (Day Special over 1500cc) who also recorded the fastest lap of the day at 1 min 30 secs.

In 1952, Belf Jones laid down a full road circuit on adjoining land owned by a Sydney business man, a Mr McMahon, the track being 2.25 miles in length and incorporating much of the airstrip. Ed note ( air strip not included yet so map will change over time.....
just the basic track, Can ya show me where it is.......... It's ok cause I am am receading...... ( sorry just had floyd pop in my head... lol))

One outstanding meeting was the ' 24 Hour Race ' on 31st January - 1st February 1954, won by the Jaguar XK 140 hardtop driven by Bill Pitt, Chas. Swinburne and Mrs Geordie Anderson. On the 10th November 1957, what became the circuit's last race meeting was held. Leo Geoghegan ( 1950 Holden Sedan) clinched the ARDC Championship, while the last race of the day, a 6 lapper for sedans and touring cars , was won by Bill Slattery in an FJ Holden Sedan.
The circuit was closed in 1958.......... :-(

Hope you like it! :-)

Paul..... Legendsatlunch
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Hi All!

With thanks to CX650 For suggesting the track! ( hope I have done it some justice! )

and for the GTL style Loading screens!

and all the crew that make No-Grip a brilliant site!

The 24hrs of MT Druitt

Kinda special really so I hope I can do it justice!
38 ai with Le'mans style start...
no run offs no guard rails just fences and 50 ft gum trees ( every racers best friend! )

Here's an excerpt from http://aussieroadracing.homestead.com/VideoClip1MtDruitt.html
written by Mr Max Stahl.
Thankyou to both for the info.

Quote " Situated some 45 km west of Sydney a disused light aircraft landing strip was obtained by the Australian Sporting Car Club (ASCC) in 1948 for use as a race track. The first meeting, with the track marked by drums at either end of the 2.9 km track, was held on Show Day 4th. October 1848, with the first race ( for Fully Equipped Roadsters under 1500cc) being won by George Pearse in an MG T.B. The meeting's two main Handicap races were won by Roy Murray ( Bugatti Type 37 - under 1500cc) and Jack Murray (Day Special over 1500cc) who also recorded the fastest lap of the day at 1 min 30 secs.

In 1952, Belf Jones laid down a full road circuit on adjoining land owned by a Sydney business man, a Mr McMahon, the track being 2.25 miles in length and incorporating much of the airstrip. Ed note ( air strip not included yet so map will change over time.....
just the basic track, Can ya show me where it is. It's ok cause I am am receading...... ( sorry just had floyd pop in my head... lol))

One outstanding meeting was the ' 24 Hour Race ' on 31st January - 1st February 1954, won by the Jaguar XK 140 hardtop driven by Bill Pitt, Chas. Swinburne and Mrs Geordie Anderson. On the 10th November 1957, what became the circuit's last race meeting was held. Leo Geoghegan ( 1950 Holden Sedan) clinched the ARDC Championship, while the last race of the day, a 6 lapper for sedans and touring cars , was won by Bill Slattery in an FJ Holden Sedan.
The circuit was closed in 1958. :-(

Hope you like it! :-)

Also thanks to Piddy for BTB
Many thanks to the following people for the excellent work in creating the models and textures for the xpacks
Golly :EWE textures
Drew : Textures
Duff Buckets :Race Objects
Wierdbeard :Hayward Club
delu77 :roadside objects
Raceking :Savannah Grasslands
jay_p_666/rbr :Great Britain
woodn :dirt track Equipment
woodn :Race car trailers
woodn :Track tyres
austinman55 : Tire Walls
Sisco : Asfalto varios
Mauro Torena : Mauro Industrial Buildings
Parlesportes : Lots of Xpacks!
Zaxxon : Lots of xpacks!

Mr Men Mod Team
Der Dumeklemmer :textures
Bud Lucas, Lkwfan, Kendo, sunalp, CX650.

And any one else I may have missed! Thankyou.
All of My readme's are updated so as new versions are released, you will all be given credit for helping me with my stuff!

Also to Isi/simbin for some of theirs......



I have now made some of my own textures and models, if you would like to use them please feel free.....



Hope your still reading....
Cheers and enjoy the tracks!
Paul..... Legendsatlunch
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