Regarding what you say about GPL Monza - Ginetto's pics in this topic really show it! http://srmz.net/inde...?showtopic=8167
Ginetto - are you sure that you didn't mean the late 70s? From what I can see, the run-off was added in 1979, after Peterson's accident:
1978 and onboard
From what I can see, it looks like the trees outside the track were cut down to make way for the barriers being pushed back. It doesn't look like they necessarily altered the track at this time, although i could be wrong. So basically, the barriers that you see in the 1988 pic have already been pushed back - in fact you can see the gravel trap at the second lesmo.
Then, later, after 1994, they altered curve grande, della roggia and both lesmos and the straights in between, moving them inward and changing them, rather than simply just moving the barriers back.
Are you combining these events together, or is there something else that I am missing?
I assume that Curvone = Curva Grande?
Also, do you have any idea which thread Leon is referring to in this topic? He said you posted about Vialone (Ascari) not being flat out and something to do with the correct angle of the corner (to be honest i am not surprised that GPLs is wrong haha). I am more surprised that the corner was not flat out though.
I guess that must have been referring to 66 or 67 or later cars, because I would be amazed if 65 ones couldn't! Even for 67s, it's a surprise, but then if the GPL one is really that wrong then maybe not.
Oh, and just in case anyone wants to see the original 1988 image, it's here
Edited by one2fwee, Sep 24 2016 - 06:12 PM.