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Gran Prix Bern (Bremgarten)
The GTL version of Bremgarten was created by Martin Zutter, Raymond "Ray" Geering and John Basara.
Converted from GTL to GTR2 by VeroNC
I have also added new textures for gravel.
A fast and furius roading track, that remember Schottenring.
"One of the most difficult and revered tracks to have ever been host to a Grand Prix was that of the Bremgarten circuit located just outside the city of Bern, Switzerland. The 7280.56 meter (4.5252 mile) layout consisted entirely of public roads and was the home of the Swiss Grand Prix between the years of 1934 and 1954.
After the tragedy at LeMans in 1955 where some 80 spectators were killed, the Swiss government enacted a total ban on motor racing that remains in effect to this day. Thus the Bremgarten circuit became yet another abandoned temple of speed that could only be revisited in memory and photograph...until now.
With the advancement of technology and the speed of the microchip, you can now relive what it was like all those years ago courtesy of Grand Prix Legends and the Sim Racing Club Bern. You will now understand what it was like to drive blindingly fast down everyday public roads lined with nothing more than trees, fight for traction on cobblestone streets, and just simply marvel at what World Championship Formula One racing used to be like."
First - Download Bremgarten track in GTR2 Locations
Than - Unzip my conversion files in Locations and overwrite.