Monza 1967 released

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Monza 1967 released

Beitrag von Stefan Roess » Fr Jun 26, 2020 12:17 am

Monza 1967 released


SRMZ release thread:
Here is a gift for you, GPL friends from all over the world.

Autodromo Nazionale di Monza 1967 ver. 1.0.2
for Grand Prix Legends

Made by ginetto


Track Location: Monza, Italy
Track Type : Race Circuit
Track Length : 5.75 kms.- 3.57 mi.
Track Num. Turns : 7
Track Year : 1967 (1965 mod specific)

Posted Image

Track Editor :

Thanks to :
Thomas Laechele for his textures from Monza 10k
John Basara for his 3DOs from Monza 10k

Credits :
All members of the Team, in particular:
Denis 'db312', Greg Liebzeit, Gianfranco Spinella 'gspinning' for their research and textures.
Remy Roesz for his Sky and Horizon
Pavel for his AI set

Special thanks to:
Andrew Mellor 'roo' for the included benchmark replay in a Lotus 49.
Phil Woodward for the included replay in a Ferrari 312.

This track replaces the original version using a more accurate layout and a better set of textures and objects.
Built in a one year period using objects from John Basara and textures from Thomas Laechele made originally for Monza 10k.
With help of the Team, we then modified or scratch made new objects and new textures.

In the folder you find an UNPACK_ME_Options_and_Information.7z file which you can extract into the track folder so you will have:
- The option to install lower res textures for both 67 (default) version and 65 (only visible with 65MOD) version.
- The different files for 1965 or 1967 (default) to use if you want to have that particular version shown in GEM+ and the championship.
- Low FB versions to help who has troubles with low frame rate.
- Different sets for Remy's Horizon:
1024x1024 and 512x512 type7 (32-bits) while a 16 bits 512x512 is included in the low-res pack.
By default the Horizon is 1024x1024 (16-bits)
Just unpack what you prefer into the track folder to overwrite the default.

This software is freeware (i.e. non commercial use). No part may be distributed on any media (such as DVD, CD-ROM or Online download) for which money is charged nor on media distributed with (for example) a magazine for which money is charged without the authors permission.
This software is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either express or implied. You use at your own risk.

A big thank you to: for hosting this track.

GPL Repository for hosting "our" private forum.

All people who made the tools to create tracks, 3dos, mips, lp files, altitudes, etc, etc.

All the community for giving me the support for doing this!

The Alternative GPL Track Database; visit and submit your rating!

The notorious Papyrus for giving me lots of fun!

Don't forget to visit the Gallery to see some cool shots ;)


yours ginetto


Bergamo Italia, 25 Giugno 2020




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Re: Monza 1967 released

Beitrag von Alain Maurice » Fr Jun 26, 2020 9:17 am

:o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

:clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

Splendide, very thanks Ginetto and all
:clap: Thanks to all :clap:

Paul Skingley
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Re: Monza 1967 released

Beitrag von Paul Skingley » Fr Jun 26, 2020 4:54 pm

Remember to copy any track specific driver.ini you have ( driv65, driv66, drvc69, drv69w, drivf2 ...etc ) from monza into monza67

To finish first, first you have to finish.

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Re: Monza 1967 released

Beitrag von Frank_Mueller » Sa Jun 27, 2020 9:01 am



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