Agreed with Dustin.
This video should give a better perspective.
Disregarding the surrounding area, which I agree is not as important in correlation to the actual track. However there are some major issues with the track itself. The race lanes for monsters, quads, and tough trucks are way to spread out. The overall width of the beach is skewed along with this, and certainly the length is compromised as well. As Dustin stated earlier, the no mans land is far out of proportion. Gearing differences aside, it cannot be considered a true replica given the major scaling issues. Although major, they can be corrected.
Game play: I do not like how the bumps/natural sand imperfections were removed for racing, but added for freestyle. I understand this makes racing even for both lanes, but the challenge of working the lines of a straight line course is amplified with them. That was honestly my favorite part of the 2013 track.
There are 3 different Virginia Beach downloads, all of which miss the bar in some way, shape, or form. Please do not ignore the advice and tips we are giving to you. And do not think we are disregarding the work you have put into this project. This track has a TON of potential. I hope you reconsider your stance and take some more time to create a quality replica track that'll be known for years to come.