Serving as Barcelona's pivotal tourist attraction across the warm Spanish shoreline, Cassandra is a perfect summer getaway and a breeze for pilots new to the AGL.
Cut from the vibrant cloth of the idyllic Italian business park of Zephyr, this quiet alpine region houses many small outlets for both business and leisure at its base.
Two weather tampering systems have left portions of the Swiss Alps in a constant electrical storm. Surge through the discharged valleys with this newcomer to the AGL, a perfect entry track for beginner pilots.
Glide through the chilling Greenland mountain ranges. A secluded communication headquarter towers above the frost, barely gripping the cliff faces that enclose it.
Piercing through a reactor core and tunneling through an industrial jungle, Russia's newest power plant pushes the efficiency of power production to an unprecedented high. Such a modern marvel goes unappreciated by the droves of spectators situated along these few miles of repurposed transportation tracks.
A large wind farm wraps itself around the Alps at the heart of Zephyr. The chilly peak boasts a slowly climbing layout with an impressive view of the surrounding mountain ranges.
Expense, destruction and conspiracy. Nova Split is the result of all three. Torn apart by military grade weaponry as its true nature unfolded, the once Nova Park of Chicago lays in ruins from artificial seismic activity. An improvement considered by many.
When a small step doesn't cut it you leap into orbit and build entertainment instead. Perhaps the most expensive project in human history, Luna sets a remarkable milestone for human achievement and also the biggest dent in global finances to date.
Explore a legacy along the white cliffs of Dover and pass Dover castle, held in place from centuries past to maintain Britain's geological landmark.
Experience the true sense of anti-gravity among the citadel towers of Ishtar. Weaving through the monolithic neon spires lays chicanes suspended above the clouds hidden to the anticipated Tokyo populous below.
Sprint through the newly founded tropical island of Arrivon, the Caribbean's latest holiday paradise quickly gaining popularity through its involvement in the AGL.
Rush through the busy docks of France's largest harbor, dive into the depths below and pass through a sleepless business sector clinging to the shoreline.
Pushing the boundaries of hydroelectric power, the Utah Dam project shows just how useful rivers can be in a continued effort to make the future green.
Sail over sea on the sun bleached Brazilian shoreline, reflexes and fast thinking at the helm of this short but brutal end all be all of the AGL season.
Breeze through the scorching sands of the Atlantic Ocean. Atlantica is now officially open for lower profile race events.
model b tracks
Sporting an overzealous crowd and extremely short lap times, Tokyo Bowl is the first and sometimes last step to becoming a model b pilot.
Around Omnicom's polar communications relay loops a repurposed circuit that hasn't seen racing for several years. This simple figure of eight is a perfect circuit for Model B newcomers looking to build their steering skills.
Running under a highway of grit and smog, Shanghai's industry sector has an all new emissions beast to fuel the darkness looming overhead.
Shanghai's Central Greenland Park has a new attraction on offer. The latest and greatest in their new lineup of death traps leaves the population hungry for more.
model c tracks
Introducing Barracuda's Model C league, this pleasant circuit running through the Pocono Mountains offers a great entry point for pilots looking to start drifting.
Slide through the meandering corners out back of Bristol's Temple Meads transit station, the UKs second station to open a hyper rail.
Arrivon returns for the Model C league, this time crossing the jungle's biggest river with a triple waterfall.
Slide around Protonic's home city of Daejeon with the Model C League's final circuit, featuring lots of verticality and some technical sections that demand a pilots best performance.
Dive deep into Hydrome Bed, this warm aquatic expert circuit shows an exciting first to what the secluded Maceno Island has to offer the AGL.
Sitting at the peak of Arrivons volcano is the AGLs most unsafe track yet. Officials have yet to decide if the layout or environment is the most hazardous.
Pr0x001 features several banked, blind turns and is one of the easier precision runs available.
Pr0x002 features several banked, blind turns, hairpin corners and tight chicanes.
Pr0x003 features a major emphasis on uphill and downhill travel. Coupled with several hairpins and tight chicanes, this layout will keep even a skilled pilot on their toes.
Pr0x004 takes several cues from the most difficult sections of BallisticNG's tracks including drop turns, several hairpins and tight chicanes.
free tracks expansion
What started as a mission to mine and analyse the rock of Europa turned into a brand new investment to the AGL and the perfect opportunity for G-Tek to unveil their next generation AG engine units.
Fully realized from its originally scrapped blueprints, this short and easy layout weaving through the mountains of Tibet makes for an excellent practice track.
Finally open for races, Utah Project's dam features a giant vertical drop leading into a technical circuit running through some of its water flow chambers.
Return to Nova Park before it was torn to pieces with the official AGL virtual environment. While sharing many similarities with its real life counterpart, this simulated version of the circuit has a continuous surface as it was originally designed.
neon nights expansion
Blast through Vega City's central park, the ultimate hub for night life and AG fans alike.
Blueprints of an old AGL circuit were discovered and fully realized in this intermediate track weaving through dense buildings and passing Vega City's 5km highway
Storm through Vega City's developing industry sector on this intermediate course covered by the pollution of nearby factories.
Flow through Vega City's central storm drain on this white knuckle circuit that promises to strain your sense of orientation.
Transit through the redundant lines of Vega City's metro system with this hybrid circuit still under heavy construction.
outer reaches expansion
The plans to make mars habitable are well underway with the Martian habitat project. This giant biodome offers a breathable living space and sets the standard for the first generation of extra-terrestrial colonization.
Take to the skies and fly and fly around the chilling climate monitoring station of the mysterious Planet 9. Smooth glides and vertigo await you in this low gravity thrill ride.
With the lowest gravity of the Outer Reaches planetary courses, prepare for vertigo as you drop down and climb up the mountainous landscape of Titan.
Building on the foundation of a previously banned weapon, Helios Descent showcases the return of teleportation technology in this looping point to point circuit descending down the Helios Solar Farm.
Zero gravity and half pipes await you in the Mars transportation hub of Port Ares, the second open space circuit seen in the AGL and the first real test of G-Teks new generation of AG technology capabilities.
Fly around asteroid debris in the Kuiper Belt with this completely zero gravity circuit, built for pilots with strong stomachs and a lust for something a bit crazy.
XL Prototype was a remake of an unfinished track in Wipeout XL, cut after the game transitioned to paid. The scenery was made using a description of the locale Nick Burcombe had provided. You can view the original layout using Wipeout Model Viewer
Maceno Bay was the debut of the game's fictional island of Maceno. This track was originally Dover before it was relocated and renamed.
0x001 was the first of three in-universe prototype tracks that had minimal and basic scenery. The layout went through a few iterations over the game's development but the track was ultimately dropped in favour of expanding on the idea of virtual scenery with the precision tracks and the more recent Nova Park.
0x002 was the second of three in-universe prototype tracks that had minimal and basic scenery. Like 0x001, the layout went through a few iterations over the game's development but the track was ultimately dropped in favour of expanding on the idea of virtual scenery with the precision tracks and the more recent Nova Park.
0x003 was the last of three in-universe prototype tracks that had minimal and basic scenery. Like 0x001 and 0x002, the layout went through a few iterations over the game's development but the track was ultimately dropped in favour of expanding on the idea of virtual scenery with the precision tracks and the more recent Nova Park.
A cut 2280 exclusive track (based on this track) that ran through a hyperloop station built on an artificial coast extension where Omega Harbour was built in 2159.
Pacheon II was a 2280 survival exclusive track. It was cut after the idea of having survival exclusive tracks was dropped. This later become Pacheon in the 1.2.4 Model C update.
A cut 2280 exclusive track (based on an AGR2280 track there is no video of) that was based in a water themed amusement park.
Drift Stadium used to be the one and only Model C track in the game. It was removed after a lack of time to give the Model C concept the same attention that the Model B concept had before the game's release. Model C tracks wwere later re-introduced into the game in the 1.2.4 Model C update.
Speed Stadium used to be the one and only Model B track in the game. It was set in an unrealistically large stadium and was removed when Tokyo Bowl, Underpass and Lujiazui Park were introduced. The stadium theme was re-used for Tokyo Bowl.
Handling Tutorial is a cut track which was exclusive to a campaign event that introduced the player to steering, airbraking and pitching. The game would be paused as the player flew around it to show a short video with a description that explained a particular mechanic. The track and campaign event were later removed in favour of the practice option in the campaign, which instead gives the player a sandbox and guide to read through at their leisure from the pause menu.
Combat Tutorial is a cut track which was exclusive to a campaign event that introduced the player to its combat mechanics. The game would be paused as the player flew around it to show a short video with a description that explained a particular mechanic. The track and campaign event were later removed in favour of the practice option in the campaign, which instead gives the player a sandbox and guide to read through at their leisure from the pause menu.