First of all, i hope you all found your way through 2020, healthy and without too much misery. For me personally it was a really challenging year and diecast racing (unfortunately) wasn't a priority. But i needed some distraction now and then, and some late night track building really helped me to relax and put the stress away. So i like to share the fun with you all.
Secondly, this is my second track builing topic and this time i choose to use ordinary orange track to build a nice, good looking, two track for me and my 10 year old son to play with. In 2018 i build my first 4 lane blu track, which we still use (again) with lots of good races. It performs really well, but takes some time to build up and uses quite some space to store, so i made a plan for something more easy to play with.
I finished this track last month, but i will take you through the steps i took along the way. It might be useful to you (or not ;) I'll try to complete this journal the coming weeks, with all the good and the bad things that happened along the way. Oh, and before you start reading any further: my apologies for any mistakes in language, i'm from the Netherlands so i'll try my best. If you have any questions, please do ask, i'm happy to answer them.