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On this machine, in a Winxp bottle, fps varies, but is generally between 22 and 42 fps, which is usable. My usb gamepad controller is recognised with no trouble. When running, the program is pretty stable and just about all the add-on mods and tracks work.
For the latest in GPL new car graphics, new tracks and track graphic upgrades, and other add-ons, see Magnus Torme's superb GPL Track Database, Stefan Magnusson's terrific GPL++ The Addons, Race Sim Central, the GPLEA (also here), and the Ultimate GPL Links Page.
Greger and Roland have done a great job here balancing the conflict between good looks and good performance. Unlike some add-on tracks which have somewhat higher than normal CPU requirements, this circuit gets just about as good frame rate on my computer as the original Papyrus tracks - and yet the circuit doesn't lack visual detail.
Recently the owner of the circuit, Lord March, has revived Goodwood, and it has been the site of several superb vintage car meets and hillclimbs in recent years. This wonderful circuit is a fantastic addition to the growing portfolio of add-on tracks for GPL.
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