That'd be awesome! Also cracks on old asphalt and stuff! Basically this would mean that you cannot just press accelerate and the car'd go straight, as those bumbs would force you to make small corrections all the time. That'd make some really cool races there as there would be some forced paint trading even if it was concidered a "clean race".UsF said:An idea for a track would be to have the road actually be bumpy and not flat (as in short small bumps). Imagine the ocasional small water ditches, like small pits of water, but they are actually lower and you sink half a tire length while driving through them. Then there would be bumps that raise you half a tire length higher. Combined, this could make for a messy road, but maybe it is fun to drive, as you'd actually have to pay attention to the short term contact you make on the road, not just turns and obstacles as it is right now.
Love the idea, and I love the fact that you are focusing on tire physics, as tires are probably the most important aspect in car's control.(And physics)