Here's the Tungsten bay racing circuit. It's located on a coast somewhere. Have fun !
I can do a lap in around 1 minute in the fr16
In the 60's, Tungsten bay was used as a... tungsten mine (thans captain obvious). A harbour was built and some housing for the workers. Twenty years after, the mine became useless, and everybody left. Everything became abandoned and forgoten. Ten years later, a crazy (and rich) man decided to buy everything and build a race-track here. He rehabilited the worker buildings into hotel rooms, built some pits and stands, and layed down a track, in hope to be feathured in the F1 calendar. Everything became ready in 2017 but the FIA decided that his curcuit wasn't fast enough. He then modified it.
One of the new sections ! (Formerly known as the Deja vu hairpin)
The new middle sector
The 2nd new section
The new layout