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Gregg Olheiser
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Shortest/smallest track for Formula D?

Can anyone answer this? I'd like to make a large scale version and want to use the smallest track (I hope that makes sense..)

Formula De maps are compatible correct?

Thanks!
 
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Daytona is the most obvious that comes to mind.

Yes Formula De tracks and Formula D tracks are interchangeable. Some people don't care for the street racing type track sin the new Formula D, but functionally they are all pretty much the same.
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Bart de Groot
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See also:
http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/667469/which-shortestquickes...
and
http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1080866/shortesteasiest-trac...
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whachacha wrote:
Shortest/smallest track for Formula D?

Can anyone answer this? I'd like to make a large scale version and want to use the smallest track (I hope that makes sense..)

Formula De maps are compatible correct?

Thanks!


Obviously the "Kart track" inside the Zandvoort I track (Formula De base game).
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OTHER than the Kart track, I think The Canyon from Formula De Mini is the shortest.
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Gregg Olheiser
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Thanks everyone, I checked out those links!
 
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Both the Formula De Mini tracks and this one;

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Make great tracks to scale up. I've done them in 1/144 scale micro machines and 1/83rd scale.

~Will
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