After a long period without news, I want you to know that this project is long in the making, but not forgotten.
Find below the complete (and final) list of tracks which will be available in Stunts Career. To race them all, you'll need to do 3 careers (at least) as sometimes you'll have 2 or 3 choices possible and because only gold medals on some events will give you access to specific competitions.
Also, remember that you'll have to choose to race as an American (north or south) pipsqueak or as an European pipsqueak, which will influence the competitions possibilities sometimes in your career.
A1 Ring GP (Austria)
Adria Raceway (Italy)
Albert Park (Australia)
Alpe d'Huez (France)
Alta Garcia (Argentina)
Anderstorp 1978 - Scandinavia Raceway (Sweden)
Brands Hatch long (U.K.)
Brands Hatch short (2 laps) (U.K.)
Brno (Czech Republic)
Cleveland's Burke Lakefront Airport (U.S.A.)
Daytona inside track (U.S.A.)
Donington Park (U.K.)
Duba? Autodrome (U.A.E.)
Durban (South Africa)
Eastern Creek (Australia)
EuroSpeedway Lausitz long (Germany)
EuroSpeedway Lausitz short (Germany)
Hockenheimring (new) (Germany)
Houston's Reliant Park (U.S.A.)
Imola (San Marino)
Indianapolis (5 laps) (U.S.A.)
Indianapolis inside course (U.S.A.)
IRC Czech Republic
Koala Lumpur (Malaysia)
La Conca (Italy)
Laguna Seca (U.S.A.)
Lans en Vercors / Villard de Lans (France)
Le Mans (France)
LeStunts 1 (3 x 8 laps) (France, inspired by Le Mans but not an adaptation)
LeStunts 2 (3 x 8 laps) (France, inspired by Le Mans but not an adaptation)
LeStunts 3 (3 x 8 laps) (France, inspired by Le Mans but not an adaptation)
Lydden Hill (U.K.)
Miami (Homestead) inside track (U.S.A.)
Mondello Park (U.K.)
Montreal (Gilles Villeneuve) (Canada)
Mt Fuji (Japan)
Mt Tremblant (Canada)
Mugello GP (Italy)
New England (Lime rock Park) (U.S.A.)
Okayama (new Ti Aida) (Japan)
Oschersleben Motorsport Arena (Germany)
Oulton Park long (U.K.)
Paul Ricard (France)
Pikes Peak (U.S.A.)
Porsche test track (Japan)
PSD Madrid-Tamanrasset (Algeria)
PSD Ouarzazat-Dakar (Senegal)
PSD Paris-Madrid (Spain)
PSD Tamanrasset-Ouarzazat (Morroco)
Puebla inside course (2005 ou 2006, ? voir) (Mexico)
Road America (U.S.A.)
Santa Fe (Argentina)
Sao Paulo (Brazil)
Silverstone short (2 laps) (U.K.)
Sonoma (Sears Point) (U.S.A.)
Sportsland Sugo (Japan)
St Petersburg (U.S.A.)
Stade de France (France) 2004-2005
Stade de France (France) 2006
Streets of Las Vegas (U.S.A.)
Suzuka kart track (Japan)
Taupo (New Zealand)
Val Thorens (France)
Watkins Glen (U.S.A.)
Winton Raceway (Australia)
That is 126 tracks overall :
5 in Africa
39 in America
17 in Asia
57 in Europe
8 in Oceania
WRC tracks will be fantasy ones but raced in the named country scenery (like last races I made for WRC Stunts).
PSD (Paris-Stunts-Dakar) tracks are considered belonging to the arrival country. As for WRC Stunts, tracks will be fantasy ones but raced in real country scenery.
LeStunts event (24 laps of LeStunts based on 24 hours of Le Mans) count as 3 tracks for France instead of 1 because, due to replay length limit, you can't race 24 laps in a row. So it will be 3 times 8 laps (don't worry, track is short) with small difference between the 3 versions of the track to be sure you won't send me 3 times the same replay.
RoC (Race of Champions) tracks in Stade de France will be raced with 3 different cars, so 1 RoC event means 3 races, not 1.
There will be "vintage" races available : Mt Tremblant and Anderstorp '78 tracks are the "vintage tracks". Unlike all the other tracks, these 2 will have to be raced with Stunts 1.0 and not 1.1.
Westwood track no longer exists since 1990 and will not be available as a "regular" competition track. It is listed there because the story of Stunts career starts there when you're a young boy. Finish one career up to Formula 1 (even if you don't reach gold medal in F1) to unlock this bonus "vintage" track (which will have to be raced with Stunts 1.0 too as other vintage tracks).
One last info story/competition "decision tree" is now version 14. I modified things a few to add new cars created recently.