Chocolate chip cookies might be a good place to start.
You're welcome at my track. I just changed it up a little bit and I'm still testing it out.
One thing I really like about tracks in general is you have to learn them. After making a new track or even after changing it up I have a difficult time completing a clean lap. The amount of speed going into a jump or turn and the amount of throttle needed to take a jump is all a learning experience. Once you get to know a track then you can take advantage of the areas you can increase speed or the best line to take around a turn. That's the enjoyable part for me.
Tekno SCT 410.3, Arrma Kraton, Traxxas Slash 4x4, Tacon/LC Racing Rally/SCT/MT x3, Losi Mini 8ight, Carisma M10DB, Axial AX10 Deadbolt, Vaterra Ascender '72 Bronco, Thunder Tiger Kaiser XS, Sky RC SR5 Super Rider