On a 1660 and having way fewer issues than people with computers that cost twice as much
I can ask Mike Epps, he drove the VW in the BTCC for Team Hard. I'm also in contact with Tom Ingram but no guarantee of an answer.
They're front wheel drive, they're going to have torque steer due to one of the shafts on one side being shorter than the other.
they can make changes to the rear wing plane to add or take away drag. It’s so cars like the Be they can have their Massive wings but still...
That's an Ingram thing tho. He loves a loose rear while the other FWDs looks way more stable.
They won't be able to use them in official competitions due to licensing. Hence the reason in FSR commentators aren't allowed to say Estoril or...
It’s a joke, calm down XD
It seems like most people just drive the Nordschleife anyway :P
please give us this track, fix this, add this is fine, because they’re different things, but the same copy-paste physics things over and over...
I suppose if you’ve read one “please update the realism and physics” thread you’ve read them all...
Same. I'd get bored driving the same track all the time.
The Aussie clan hasn't taken me to task because they could see it was a joke XD
Bruv, Spa and the Nordschleife are the only two tracks on the planet, what is this Matsusaka of which you speak? :P
Unfortunately, the stuff you are interested in isn't all that matters. If rF2 can bring in some of the iRacing oval crowd then brilliant.
Oval updates, eh? Daytona 500 when?
80kmh is the VEC pit lane speed limit, for Code 80 purposes.
Ginetta GT4s as used as support for the BTCC.
The performance gulf between the sim guys and the pros is much bigger too, with the exceptions of probably Max, Epps and Lind.
Most of them are...
All one of them who had done the VEC for several years?
"I can't see the damage, it's not there"
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