Depends on what time it is when you see this. XP But on SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, I will be streaming a half-length race for the Fur Racing project. All of the practice races so far have been at 5-10% length. This will be at 50%, and will take between 1.5 and 2 hours to complete. Pit stops will occur, which will call strategy into play and shuffle the field around. This also increases the risk of an accident.
Now, I'm going to leave the track type selection up to you guys. Hell, if I feel generous, I may do TWO of them, meaning up to four hours of racing (give or take). Here are the selection choices:
Short track ovals - basic tracks with two sets of turns and two short straightaways; less than one mile in length
Speedways - oval tracks that are over one mile in length, allowing for higher speeds
Tri-oval speedways - tracks with two sets of turns, a long back stretch, and an angled front stretch (tri-oval turn); more than one mile long, allowing for high speeds
Quad-oval speedways - same as the tri-oval type, but the front stretch has two angled sections; more than one mile long, allowing for high speeds
Superspeedways - tracks that have long, high-banked turns and long straightaways, allowing for maximum speeds; can be in oval, tri-oval, or quad-oval configurations; traditionally more than 2.5 miles long
Road courses - tracks that have multiple left- and right-hand turns; turns have little to no banking, making turns more difficult to take at speed; can have chicanes, switchbacks, and hairpins