One of my beta testers seemed to be plagued by lag on this track. After removal of the chain-link fencing, the track ran much smoother.
Therefore, I made two versions. Mirror 1 is the more detailed track. Mirror 2 is the LOW LAG version with the chain-link fencing removed.
Remington County Fairgrounds is another track that I first created in MTM2. The inspiration from this track came from the brilliant MTM2 track made by Dustin Hart called Laurance County Fair. One of my all-time favorites. I wanted to make a fairgrounds style track, and I wanted it to be big, crazy, and fun. This second incarnation in the Remington Fairgrounds series fulfilled this goal of mine, as did it’s previous incarnation.
Now it is back and better than ever in RoR!
Additional notes: All the signs on the track have been set with no-collide properties. The fencing is also set with no-collide properties.
For fun, the Truck Shop is in place for you to swap between your favorite trucks anytime you like.
Stands, and field: Me.
Stands/Crowd/Concrete Textures: Google edited by me. Crowd edited by Rock Crwler.
Dirt Textures: Slickster edited by Me.
Grass Textures: Me.
Fencing: Constructed by Me. Textures from the RoR Repository. Fence code provided by Mitch Bumpass.
Connex trailers: Me.
Flatbed trailer: RockCrwler edited by Me.
Cars: Casey Graves and Liquid Fire, Rock Crwler, Mark Colineri.
Vans: Casey Graves and Liquid Fire.
Breadvan: Rock Crwler.
Box van: ARF edited by Me.
Garabage Truck: Rock Crwler.
NGK Spark Plugs logo: Liquid Fire.
Thanks: Special thanks go out to my beta test team:
And to everyone who has made this track possible. Thank you!