Graphical Updates for Tracks

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Many have contributed over the years to improving the track graphics of the original tracks. Compiled below is what are thought to be the best updates.

Kyalami

Jason Peters Addon Includes horizon by Steve Life.
Dusty asphalt by Kardum31
Paul Skingley Horizon Tweak
Program cover & track map by John Bradley

Mexico

Legends of '67 Mexico City Patch V1.1 by David Wright
Program cover & track map by John Bradley
This is the same version used in the GPLPS Installer
Multi-year Mexico update to be released anytime now.

Monaco

Monaco Rocks Hi-Rez Final Version 2.1
3do Tunnel lights Version 2.1
Chalk lines for the invisible walls by Steffen Weitzdörfer
Program cover & track map by John Bradley

Monza

Small Addon for Monza
Program cover & track map by John Bradley

Mosport

All-in-One Update for Mosport (dry) V1.0 by Rudy Dingemans
Asphalt by Valex
Start/Finish Banner by Rock
Program cover & track map by John Bradley
This is a compilation of prior updates and is continuing to evolve, so check for updates periodically.

Nürburgring

Dunky's Update
Dunky's Light Asphalt
Continental Bridge by Nurby Yogi
Continental Banner by Nurby Yogi
Barriers by Nurby Yogi
Mercedes Tower by Nurby Yogi
Program cover & track map by John Bradley

Rouen

Rouen Historical 2.0 by Svend Seegert, Dave Allam, Pete Allam and Steffen Weitzdörfer
Program cover & track map by John Bradley

Silverstone

Jacksellers Update
Program cover & track map by John Bradley

Spa

Spa Texture Collection by 4ph3x
Program cover & track map by John Bradley

Watkins Glen

1967 update by Rock Lobster
Optional Fall Update to 1967 above by Remy
Program cover & track map by John Bradley

Zandvoort

Zandvoort Multi-season Update by Paul Skingley, Remy, Rob Hunter & Steffen Weitzdörfer.
Track map by John Bradley