Mexico City 1967 for Race 07 / GTR Evolution by sunalp2
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez ("Rodríguez Brothers Racetrack") is a 3.107 mile (5.000 km) race track in Mexico City, Mexico, named for the famous racing drivers Ricardo and Pedro Rodríguez.
Built in a public park in 1962, the circuit hosted its first Formula One Grand Prix the same year, as a non-Championship race. The following year the Mexican Grand Prix became a full World Championship event. The circuit remained part of the F1 calendar through 1970, when spectator overcrowding caused unsafe conditions.
The circuit got its name shortly after it opened when Ricardo Rodríguez died in practice for the non-Championship 1962 Mexican Grand Prix (Ricardo's brother Pedro would also lose his life behind the wheel years later).
For more history on the Rodríguez brothers, please see the read me.
Original Mexico track for GPL by Papyrus
Converted to rFactor by Slimjim.
Thanks to Slimjim for permission to convert the track to the SimBin sims.
Working Safety Car
plus many texture updates & additons.
Big thanks to:
motorfx for a new AI path, track optimisation, additions to the rain reflects & Taco stands.
JBodin for his help at the start of the conversion with the Skyboxi
analogkid66 for the Palacio de los Deportes Sports dome and the speed humps.
NeelJ for permission to use the Skyboxi textures of Fred_as
TICTOC for suggesting the afore mentioned textures
GPL Repository for some of the textures
Watch those tyres, they bite.
Extract to Sim Bin\Offline folder \GameData\Locations