for Grand Prix Legends
Oliver's Mount is a 2.4-mile public roads circuit in North Yorkshire, England. A narrow ribbon of tarmac, it snakes between exposed trees, up clutch-busting gradients, around micro-hairpins and over the notorious Jefferies Jump. Not for the faint of heart!
F3 cars raced here in the mid-1950s, and motorcycles from 1946 to present. Famous winners include Duke, Surtees, Hailwood, Agostini, Sheene, Dunlop, Fogarty and McGuinness. The roads also host hill climbing and rallying.
This GPL model bypasses the Farm Bends chicane, added in 1991 shortly before start/finish.
Track editing, textures, objects & research -- Phil Woodward
Trk23doZ, GTK Maker, SrbMan by Phil Flack
GPLTrk by Peter Prochazka
Graced by Anton Norup Sørensen
WinMip by Klaus Hörbrand
OneTwo3DO by Christian Wohlfahrt
RpyToLp, AIEdit by Nigel Pattinson
John Bradley for the program cover (page0.pbf)
Ginetto for helping with the AI cars
SRMZ for hosting the track (srmz.net/)
GPL Repository for my private forum (gplr.srmz.net/)
Keith Dangermouse for creating the above
Ginetto, Rob Hunter for testing & great feedback
John Bradley, Aleksi Elomaa, Ken Murray for testing an early version
My dad for research assistance
* The oft-quoted track length of 2.414 miles (without Farm Bends) seems too long. Aerial photos and telemetry suggest a length just under 2.4 miles.
* The hairpins were a clipping nightmare; some ugliness remains but is minimal if you proceed in a forward direction without making mischief ;-)
* Started: 8th June 2007
* Finished: 8th March 2014
* Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dedicated to Joe Shaw, 1992-2012.
om1.jpg 517.35K 492 downloads om2.jpg 460.99K 577 downloads om3.jpg 550.92K 586 downloads om4.jpg 570.43K 479 downloads