RSR Spring Trackpack 2018
Lucas Oil (New!)
Devil's Bowl TX (New!)
Windy Hollow (New!)
Chili Bowl (New!)
Federated I-55 (New!)
Jungle Slider (New!)
RSR State Fairgrounds (New!)
Indiana State Fairgrounds
Benton County (New!)
This massive RSR Spring Trackpack for Heat contains updated old and new tracks. Newcomers include Federated Auto Parts I-55 Raceway, the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, Benton County Speedway, Kingdom Speedway in the Mushroom Kingdom, Jungle Slider Speedway in the Kongo Jungle, and utilizing my new default track editing technique, RSR State Fair and the new Indiana State Fair beta.
Also includes a race.res for DLM and Sprint Cars 2K18 that removes the Scrape sfx.
Changes to past tracks include:
I put an invisible wall all around Bloomington, for the time being until I make a more heavily-modified Bloomington 2018, so that the cars won't always be flipping if they go over the front stretch.
A long time ago, I made Lawrenceburg as an Elba edit, which wasn't accurate at all. This version is still an Elba edit, but way higher quality.
I gave Tri-State a new overhaul as well. With new walls, grandstands, trailers, etc.
Eldora: Not much, I think I changed the grip.
Brownstown: I used a lot of objects from the DLM Brownstown.
Macon: I fixed the "Race starting as soon as the track is loaded" problem.
Indy Fairgrounds: I changed it to a default Loudon edit, with new techniques that I found.
StarFox: I changed it to an Albion Edit.
I'm working on my Randle County tracks as well. I've already started on my new RCS. I'm also making a new Rot Box, with a regular, "weekly" version for weekly racing and small events, with a minimalist approach, and a "big event" version, which is used when WoO/Lucas Oil/SNAS/etc come over, which will be pimped out with extra grandstands, billboards, temporary videoscreens and scoretowers, extra lights, etc.
Tracks by David "Daveybird" Randle II.
Base Track Meshes:
Mike Jackson and DRT
Custom DTR2 Tracks:
Howard "Shock" Weaver
RSR State Fairgrounds 2018:
1 Mile Dirt Fairgronds Oval Speedway
RSR Town, RSR
Nickname: "The Made-Up Mile"
Comes in Day, Night, DIrt, and Pavement versions.
Uses: Roller Coaster and Ferris Wheel from Suzuka GTP
Jungle Slider Speedway
1/4 Mile Medium Banked Dirt Oval
Kongo Jungle, DK Island
DIvisions: IMCA RaceSaver Non Wing Sprint Car, IMCA Modified, IMCA Stock Car, IMCA Late Model
Comes in Day and Night versions
3/8 Mile Medium Banked Dirt Oval
Divisons: Mario's Modifieds, Luigi's Late Models, Bowser's Bombers, Peach's Pro Stocks, 410 Wing and Non Wing Sprint Cars, Hornets
McCloud & Lombardi's StarFox Speedway 2018
1/3 Mile High Banked Dirt Oval
Corneria City, Corneria
Divisions: UMP Super Late Models, UMP Modifieds, UMP Sportsman Super Stocks, UMP Street Stocks, UMP Hornets, Wing and Non Wing 305 and 410 Sprint Cars
RSR Heat 2017 Beta Track Pack
Bloomington with fixed walls (so no more random flipping)
Canaan Fair Speedway
Canaan Fair Speedway Dirt Track
Gas City I-69 Speedway 2017
Damn, I've come a long way since my first Gas City a few years ago. I swear, I keep getting better and better at track making and editing! This track is winding and circular, so you've gotta let off/brake at the right time, or else you'll find yourself on the highside!
New and Updated RSR Tracks:
Farmer City 2017
Fairbury American Legion Speedway (pictured. First edition for Heat and under RSR branding)
Brownstown Speedway 2017
Fairbury: Brand new track to Heat, converted from rFactor
Farmer City 2017: Same venue I was trying to replicate a few years ago, converted from rFactor.
Brownstown Speedway 2017: The same Brownstown track I've been using for years, but with a bunch of new objects from the rFactor version.
Credit goes to that guy named John for creating the original Brownstown for Heat, and the guys at TruSpeed and the other rFactor people for the converted rFactor content.
It's a 1/4 or 1/5-mile dirt track inside a basketball/hockey arena in RSR Town. I made an arena awhile back, but never finished it. This one is so much better! Works good with Midgets, Non Wing Sprint Cars, and of course, Wedge Karts! A special thank you to the DTR2 community for the billboards, Lucas Oil bottle, and Rockstar can!
Daveybird Speedway 2016
Fictional 1/3 mile, high banked. clay D oval in RSR Town. Comes with both day and night, regular and Fan Cam versions. RSR_Dbird2 and RSR_Dbird2N are the Fan Cam versions.
I'm gonna start making alternate versions of my tracks with the "Fan Cam" feature, which has the replay camera in the stands, so that it looks like you're actually there. They have both Day and Night versions like usual.
Bloomington Speedway 2016
Made the start/finish line at the flagstand
Made the track surface the generic racing surface (which has more grip, is tackier and faster)
Slick version (slower and slidier):
Bloomington Speedway 2016 with Fan Cam
Panther Speedway 2016
Remember Panther Speedway? The track around the old high school football field and they made the high school the track's museum? Well, it's back with some changes:
Made the track smaller to be closer to 1/4 mile
Changed the grip to default racing surface, to be tackier and faster.
Panther Speedway 2016 with Fan Cam
RSR Spring Track Pack 2015
Bloomington Speedway 2015 (took out infield tires, since they took them out in real life this year)
Eldora Speedway 2015 (resized, and made all the objects double-sided, so you can see details you didn't see last year)
Macon Speedway (a tiny, 1/5-mile dirt oval in Macon, IL)
Bowser Motor Speedway
Location: Bowser's Kingdom (Near Mushroom Kingdom)
Surface: Dirt (Clay)
Length: 1/4 Mile
Easter Egg: You can explore the castle, and who's waiting for you in there? None other than the Koopa King himself!
Tri-State Speedway 2014
Here's my latest version of my home dirt track in Haubstadt, IN. Featuring all-new graphics, and a base thanks to my friend Scott Hawbaker's old DTR2 Tri State, this is the best version yet! The Zip file contains both the day and night versions.
Eldora Speedway is one of the most famous dirt ovals in the USA. It hosts several big Dirt Late Model and Sprint Car events, plus weekly Dirt Late Model, UMP Modified, and Stock Car racing.
A fictional track in Stewartsville, IN, made before I knew there really was a Stewartsville, Indiana.
1/4 Mile dirt oval. In the early 80s, the local high school, whose mascot was the Panthers, moved into a new building. A couple of track promoters bought the entire facility, and replaced the running track around the football field with dirt. Now one of the nation's top dirt oval racing venues, especially for Non-Wing Sprint Cars, loads of fans go here to watch their hometown heroes battle it out on the track. Recently, the abandoned high school building is a dirt racing museum, and the track's Hall of Fame.
RSR Spring 2014 Track Pack 2
Contains the following tracks:
Columbus Speedway (Mississippi): A 3/10-mile dirt oval with fanboxes behind the back straightaway. When I watched a race here on TV I decided I had to make it.
The Dirt Track @ Charlotte Motor Speedway V3: The third version I did of DTAC, this time converted from DTR2.
Cherokee Speedway: This looks a ton better than the first NASCAR Heat version, right down to the swingset in the infield pits.
Both day and night versions, and qualifying heats, but no pits.
RSR Spring 2014 Track Pack
Contains four dirt ovals converted from Dirt Track Racing 2. Both day and night versions like usual.
Volusia Speedway Park: A 1/2 mile dirt track near Daytona Beach, Florida. Some special events include a UMP DirtCar Late Model Summernationals series race, and World of Outlaws Late Models.
Bloomington Speedway 2014: RSR's best version of the 1/4 mile red clay oval located in the college town of Bloomington, IN. Josh Burton is probably looking down on me and smiling from Heaven. He liked NASCAR Heat and would've loved this!
Terre Haute Action Track 2014: Home to the Tony Hulman classic, this is a more recognizeable version of the 1/2 mile dirt oval in Terre Haute, IN.
Volunteer Speedway: An exciting 4/10 mile, high-banked dirt oval in Bulls Gap, TN. Both the rFactor version and the first NASCAR Heat version aren't that accurate as far as looks. This one is much better. One guy requested me to do this track, and I already like it, so I went on ahead and did it!
I also included Lizard Lair Stadium Speedway, Dirt and Asphalt, Day and Night. My character Slimyscaly, as some of you know, owns a large company called Lizard Lair. In 2004 he built a dome to go along with it, including an oval along the edges that can be covered in dirt.
Dusty Bowl Speedway 2014
Welp. The first one sucked. This new, built-from scratch version has plenty of eye candy, and the racing surface is a lot smoother. Really fun to race on. It's like a mini-Bristol!
The Rot Box
This is a little different. I decided to make a track similar to the now-defunct Flemington Speedway, a rounded-square shape. You have to slow down right after you get off the throttle. A real challenging track. 1/4 mile dirt square oval.
The Dirt Track at RSR Fairgrounds
Located at the RSR Fairgrounds in RSR Town, this 1 Mile dirt oval has state-of-the-art facilities, is surrounded by pavilions and food stands, and hosts big dirt racing events, and not to mention the RSR Pro Cup series has a couple of stops here as well, bringing modern stock car racing back to its roots. Thanks to Mike Jackson and DRT for the base track.
This is the first track which I made the base entirely by myself. Another track in RSR Town, it is 1/3 mile, dirt clay, and is home to weekly Friday and Saturday night UMP Dirt Super Late Model, UMP Modified, UMP Sportsman Super Stock, Street Stock, Hornet, 410 Non Wing Sprint Car, and 410 and 360 Wing Sprint Car racing, and the East Coast Modifieds, Sportsman, Pro Stocks, and Midgets make special appearances as well. It has state-of-the-art half-bowl seating, a special suite on top of the grandstands, and several food stands, which are stocked with popcorn, candy, hot dogs, hamburgers, BBQ sandwiches, and of course, MTN DEW!!!!
Gas City I-69 Speedway
I'm surprised no one has done this track yet. Located on the side of Highway I-69 in Gas City, IN (obviously), this 1/4 mile dirt clay track races Non Wing Sprints, UMP Modifieds, Street Stocks, and sometimes World of Outlaws Wing Sprint Cars. Base track by DRT.
This 1/4 mile, wide, dirt oval is the only one in Indiana that currently has Dirt Late Models as part of their regular weekly program. They race UMP Sportsman Super Stocks, UMP Modifieds, Bombers, Pure Stocks, and Hornets as well. This is also a stop on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series schedule. They also jump on the Indiana Non Wing Sprint Car bandwagon once a year, in an event called the No Way Out 40. The original track was made by a guy named John. I didn't change much, just put new grandstands and objects in, changed the dirt texture, and added a 4-lap qualifying heat.
Tri State Speedway V2:
This is the updated version of my home track, Tri State Speedway, in Haubstadt, IN. I retextured it and modified it a little. Next time, I'll add more banking.
This has several Indiana Dirt Tracks. Bloomington Speedway, Brownstown Speedway, Lawrenceburg Speedway, and Tri-State Speedway Haubstadt.
Hoosier Pack 2
Contains the following tracks: Terre Haute Action Track, Paragon Speedway, Thunder Valley Raceway (Salem), updated Bloomington, and updated Lawrenceburg.
Stadium Series Trackpack
This is the Supercross of dirt oval car racing! Contains the following tracks: Indiana University Memorial Stadium, Lucas Oil Stadium, Lincoln Financial Field, and Sun Life Stadium.
Contains the following tracks: The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Chipmunk Creek Speedway, College Bowl Speedway, and Sprott Speedway.
NASCAR Dirt Trackpack
Contains the following tracks: Indianapolis Dirt Park, Martinsville Dirt, Bristol Dirt, and Rockingham Dirt.
RSR Spring 2013 Trackpack
I'm back! And with some new tracks, this time, sports-themed. Davey's Park is a dirt track in an old, abandoned Minor League Baseball park, much like the old 16th Street Speedway in Indianapolis, and comes in Day and Night versions. Varsity Speedway is a hardwood track that is inside a High School Basketball-like enclosure. Randle Hall is a hardwood track modeled after a college basketball stadium, like Indiana University's Assembly Hall. Also included is a fixed Thunder Valley track that gets rid of the Clover Valley signs on the pace lap.