So instead, we'll make a booster that resets by itself so that we don't have to worry about it. For this, we will use the booster we made in the previous post.
|We'll make it faster, stronger...|
And we will also make a hook resetter that we also made in an even previous-er post. First we'll clear out a 2 by 2 square.
|Clear out a space for the reset. 2 by 2 should do.|
Next, we'll make a circle of rails. Notice the positioning of the straight track and how it doesn't yet connect to the circle.
|Make a circle of rails|
After that, we'll connect a rail to the circle. We do this by removing one rail on the circle and immediately replacing it.
|Connect the rail|
|Remove a piece of the rail that touches the straight track|
|And replace it. Tadah!|
However, due to the south-west rule, if your booster is facing the south or the west your hook may not come out right. In this case, you can use a bypass method I found. Just place a redstone torch next to the circle and it will right itself to the shape you wish.
Just be careful about where you place your redstone torch. If it's too close to your other rails, you may find that your minetrack has gained a surprising new shape...
|Wtf happened to my rails!?|
And boom. Your minecart will return to its starting position after reaching the hook, effectively resetting it. Sandwich time!