In the last couple of months I've moved Longford over into rFactor2. At this stage it's still fairly similar to the rFactor1 version, but with a few updates here and there. So, just incase anyone was interested to see how it looks in the new version of the game:
A single lap which cuts between different weather/time of day, just to give a feel for the new lighting and weather systems in the game, and featuring the officially licensed '66 Brabham BT-20: www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPlvNEhSn4s
Another guy on the internet has made his own video using Longford and semi-fictional cars (based on late '60s Lolas). He's done a pretty good job in making an 'epic blockbuster movie trailer' sytle vid, and it shows the new flags I've made which weren't in my first (older, above) video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5uzSoIkGfw
So, development continues. I'm working on a few things, including a new model of the Mill at pub corner, and soon I'll be making some proper 3D trees for the trees right beside the road (planes, pines, poplars, willows, wattles).
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Also, just as a side note, another Aussie has made a 1953 Gnoo Blas, used at the Gnoo Blas Classic Car Show, and now freely available for rFactor1: https://www.facebook...GnooBlasProject
And if you'll allow one more side note (a modern one), a guy in the UK has made up (and is about to release) a modern Symmons Plains for rFactor2. It looks pretty good: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNxx7kP2p-I