I've created a circuit which is something like Albert Park. 51 times a year, this is your average park located near the city, but for a week every year, it's a Grand Prix Circuit.
There are three pictures on this page. The first one shows the park in full detail with an overlay of the track. The second one is the same picture, except there is no overlay, it's just like a normal map. The last one is just an easy view of the Grand Prix circuit.
The circuit itself is very similar to Albert Park. The Pit Straight and the parking lots on either side of it (used as run of areas during the Grand Prix) is an abandoned airfield. The circuit runs clockwise.
Turn One is something like Turn One at A1-Ring, without the elevational change. The Circuit then leads onto Turns Two and Three. This is something like Albert Parks Turn One and Two, just reversed. Turn four is a slow left hander followed by a 90 degree right hand corner.
The circuit has now gone on Merlin Park Road. As the track enters the Golf Course's Parking lot, the cars must simply ease of the throttle. They must brake heavily thought while exiting the parking lot throught the tight chicane.
The next time the cars must get off the main road throught Merlin Park, they once again get onto a parking lot. This set of corner are just like Albert Park's Waite corners. The next challenge is the 90 degree right hander into the parking areas for the Soccer/Football and Cricket Fields. As you can see, these corners are slow and tight.
As the track enters the main Park Area of the park, there is a gradually right corner, which leads onto a sharper left hander. The next corner is another 90 degree corner, but this time its to the left. Then there is a short straight, before entering the pit straight again. An almost 90 degree right hander (95 degrees) leads the cars back on the main straight, before a small kink to the right. The pit entry is here on the left.
I'm quite proud of this circuit, I hope that you like it too.