Track Maps of the Future: USGP at Austin

Despite my frequent complaints about the degrading state of track map design; this map of Austin, TX’s proposed Formula 1 track that will play host to the new United States Grand Prix isn’t half bad. In fact, I quite like it. It even manages to show the 133 feet of elevation change quite nicely which is something that most track maps fail miserably at. I can forgive the sterility of the execution for it’s video game charm. Thumbs up all around. Now let’s see if the track materializes.

And if it will also host Moto GP (fingers are crossed here).

Of course, they threw in a crappy looking map as well. It must be mandated somewhere.

3 responses to “Track Maps of the Future: USGP at Austin”

  1. vfacundo says:

    Join “Friends of Formula 1 Austin Texas” on Facebook and Linkedin.com

  2. […] eager to see the return of the USGP, and the Austin facility looks like it will be a good one, but after seeing this video, I can’t help but wish it was […]

  3. Bobby says:

    Throw out T3-9 and make T10 a bitchin’ kink, and I am IN

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