Posts Tagged ‘Google Earth’

Imagery Update: Japan

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Japan has seen a recent update in imagery from Google Earth, and as such the relevant images on AerialF1 have also been updated. The resolution is much better than the previous big update, including those circuits found in the more rural areas of Japan. However, Suzuka still has a cloud over the first sector, annoyingly. (more…)

Imagery Update: Japan

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

Japan has seen a recent update in imagery from Google Earth, and as such the relevant images on AerialF1 have also been updated. While the photography is still at a poor resolution, it is much better than previous, allowing the circuits to be seen better and also allowing myself to begin mapping some of them. (more…)

Site Update: Downloads

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

A download page has been added to the main navigation at the top of each page, taking you to a master download section listing every KMZ file available on the site. Although quite large, the page is divided up like the rest of AerialF1 into continents, with each country listed below in alphabetical order. As and when each KMZ file is updated, I will upload the new version so it can be downloaded from either this page of the relevant section on AerialF1.

As always, you can also download the mega-master file – AerialF1 – although I should warn you that like the actual site, it is a work in progress.

In order to view the KMZ files you will need Google Earth, which you can obtain for free from Google Earth’s official site.