About This File
Author : Carcarcar1999
This is my first track I've made using Bobs Trackbuilder.
Any constructive criticism is welcomed!
Version 1.1 Change log:
- Replaced distant trees with tree walls.
- Removed unnecessary foliage/trees.
- Filtered shadow casting objects to track side only.
- Improved frame rate (would still recommend a lower shadow quality in settings)
- Moved some foliage/buildings to be truer to real life.
- Replaced banners for better quality ones.
- changed grass texture.
- changed road texture.
- Widened pit (Now easier to drive in and out)
- changed garage and pit placing
Length: 1.325 miles
Used: 1948 - 1988
The Beveridge Park was opened in 1892, when Michael Beveridge bequeathed the necessary finances from his estate to establish a public park in the Scottish town of Kirkcaldy. The first event was the Kirkcaldy Grand Prix, which was held on the 14th August 1948 and organised by the Kirkcaldy and District Motor Club (KDMC). Meetings were held for a further forty years, ending in 1988, and covered all classes of motorcycles from 50cc (for 2 years) up to 1000cc and sidecars. There is a memorial to Jock Taylor, World Sidecar Champion and a KDMC member, in the park near the Railway Dip. Cars raced at the park from 1952 to 1954, in joint meetings with the bikes, but track width was a problem even for the 500cc formula cars of the time. The circuit held it's final meeting in 1988, after which the council claimed that the events caused damage to the surface of the roadway, thus posing a danger to the visiting public. The surface has subsequently been repaved.