Part of the Australian/British qualifying broadcast from 1986 at Adelaide: [MEDIA]
Looks like the width with tires is:
Front 171.82 cm
Rear 171.97 cm
And it looks like it's left hand drive, not right hand drive.
I've heard that some wheels can be programmed. I don't know exactly how they work but an example might be to have a 4 position rotary switch...
I noticed, when driving the Oreca 07 LMP2 yesterday, that the damage line on the pit menu was not there unless I had damage.
They've already done that - it's called the GT3 Bundle and has all the current GT3 cars:...
It's a known issue. Rollback to 1120 on the server and have your drivers do the same and run your event that way.
I think they could have set it to 0 through 3 in the setup screen, but didn't for whatever reason.
One thing I learned by racing these on Friday night was that you can adjust the track bar with a fixed setup. That's fine as you can also change...
Carstat indicates an engine oil temperature for optimal performance. Is that not correct?
Assuming you're referring to mix setting, that's what it shows and you can set it in the setup screen. The dash display 0 - 3 and it corresponds...
Since it appears car packs can come and go and it doesn't matter how you buy the cars since they're listed individually in your Steam inventory,...
BTW, I thought they were switching to simcade.
Actually they don't use carburetors anymore.
Just tried the Stock Cars at Palm Beach Speedway. They felt really good. I was concerned that the fastest way around would be wall riding and it...
And here's the 1984 Detroit Grand Prix from the following week: [MEDIA]
I think you can do it with upgrade files. Check here for a tutorial: https://www.studio-397.com/modding-resources/
And if you use the new UI, you can do it by pressing buttons.
You don't have your profile set to accept PMs.
The logo looks more red on the car pictures than the google link.
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