Designers of Intense Race Tracks
DirtTwister's SX - Round 5 - A replica of the 1990 Foxboro SX.
This is Round 5 in the DirtTwister's SX series of tracks. It is a replica of the 1990 SX race in Foxboro, MA. I was able to make a replica of the 1990 race thanks to Mark (RST_Smith13) who read my comments on my track New England SX, sent me an e-mail, and then provided me with a video tape of the 1990 race.
Thanks Mark. (Your e-mail doesn't work anymore so I can't send you an e-mail to thank you).
The Foxboro track was extremely rutted. There is no way to duplicate that in MCM 2. I did try to make the jumps difficult to make every lap. On the third straight there is a series of jumps leading up to a triple. I have tried to make it where you have to time those jumps perfectly to make the triple on a stock 250. If you bounce or jump too far you will have to lay back and double-single the triple. If you fall you can single-double the triple.
The front straight is long and I have made it bumpy to try to slow the MCM 2 bike down. There is a serious kick up at the end of the straight so be prepared to slow down before getting to the end of the straight. Pay attention to the "Caution" signs on the left. The first jump is a steep takoff designed to emulate how the bikes reacted to the real track. This also sets up the next series of jumps, where good timing is essential to clean it every lap.
I hope you enjoy.
TrackUse WinZip to unzip the ENV file into your MCM2/TERAFORM/SX folder.
|Track Title:||DirtTwister's SX - Round 5 - A replica of the 1990 Foxboro SX.|
|Design Team||Twisted DIRT|
|Difficulty of Track:||All Levels|
|Track Designed by:||Bruce (AMA_DirtTwister)|
|TD - Testers:||
Scott Moffitt (X_xracer)
MCM 1 track editor
Paint Shop Pro
APM by Jeff (MCMNut)
|Objects Used:||Standard Objects by Rainbow Studios
Cat by fraser
bridge, snow fence, and banners by Mike McCue
Copy all you want, give to who ever wants it, just send this readme along with it! Just don't sell it for profit, because this is original work by Twisted D.I.R.T. Yes it's ok to make CD's and distribute for a small fee as a service to the MCM community.
Release Date: , August 17, 2002