Note, this program set is a bit of a landmark for us here at BAPOM, as
well. Two and a half years ago, if I'd have thought that one day I'd
eventually have drawn up 200 of these f*ckers, well, I'd have probably just put
a bullet in my head right then and there. Luckily, I didn't, and through
the tremendous power of "simply plodding ahead, like some sort of idiot
beast of burden," truly remarkable (well, at least "dauntingly
impossible") things can be accomplished.
You don't need to download this program set - it's included with the track.
In any event, it's an excellent track, and one that should be familiar to anyone
who's played BTCC/TOCA or SCGT. Well worth your downloading effort!
Brent knows a good thing when he sees it, so he commissioned BAPOM to produce
the program set. For various reasons, there ended up being three different cover
designs. Brent and his team went with the 'green' cover, and more power to 'em,
but personally I still prefer the first cover (with the Ferrari) - so that's
what you get (by default) if you download this set!
You'll note that this program set comes with two variations on the cover design.
Arguably, the simpler version is more '60s-appropriate, coming from the
no-nonsense Swiss school of design...but there's something about the
impressionistic version that amuses me. Hell, I don't know - you decide!
BTW, it's "proclaims one wag," not "wog". Silly font with
its nearly-identical o's and a's...
Note: an alternate cover can be found in the
The cover is an edit of the real-life '87 Nazareth program - deleted two CART
cars and all the text, drew in a '67 Lotus, added some text, and bam! a
The cover...for various excellent reasons that really, nobody else could
possibly care about, I've placed the race in 1967. Go figure. Still,
it's hardly the first time. (The cover is a recreation of the 1961 Spa
cover, for those who are interested in such matters.)
You don't need to download this program set - it comes with the track.
The rather plain 1-color program set design harkens back to the
"sure wish we had more money" real-life VIR covers of the
'60s, as shown on the PCP.
Regarding the cover: I swiped the design from a Maui tourism poster I'd seen,
but of course this is a complete from-scratch re-execution of said design.
As for the cover design, sometimes less is more. Hopefully, this is one of those times.