Kron Ring Test Track v1.3
Test track for performance tests and to tweak physics parameters.
The track is located between Linz and Wien.
Contains the following features:
Two multi-lane skidpads; one is flat, and the other one has a negative camber. The middle lanes of the pads have a radius of 40m, and can be used for testing rollover limits.
Two extreme mountain roads for testing brake fade.
One road is straight, with a decline of nearly 40%, and a length of about 1.5km, the other one is curved, with a decline of 20%, and a length of about 3.5km. This allows bringing up the brakes to extreme temperatures, to test their fading behavior.
Static Tip-Over Bank
A straight bank, at different angles, allows the testing of static tip-over behavior, due to CG position and tire traction.
A straight and level braking area, with distance markers to determine brake performance.
Multiple speed bumps in a row allow chassis and suspension testing, as well as cargo damage.
A traffic-free track section, with long straights, as well as an exit ramp, allows testing of high-speed maneuvers.
In addition, there is a gas-station nearby, a hotel, a truck dealer and repair shop, and two shipping companies, to pick up trailers from.