AI driver bug, game crash

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  1. Sean McCormack

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    I only race offline with rfactor 2 for the time being and usually do endurance races. I have the AI driver essentially being my co-driver when I do these endurance races. When i came back into the pits after a double stint, I pulled into the pit box and waited 20 seconds or so till pressed the AI driver hot key, which obviously gives the car to the AI. When I did this for the second time in this specific race, the pit-stop hadn't finished yet and the AI took off out of the pit box; the rear of the car was still jacked up which was pretty funny to see lol, but seeing this happening I wanted control again so i pressed the hot key to get control of the car back to me. When I did that the game froze, the steering wheel pulled to the left, and I had to shut down rfactor 2 through the task manager... Sorry if this is really long but i wanted to give a detailed explanation since I find this issue really odd since I never had a problem doing this on rfactor 1. Also, I'd like to add I was using all official content besides the track, but i have had the same issue before on a official content track before this last occurrence. Anybody know what issue is happening here?
     
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    yeah, never change to ai and back wile your are in pits. Drive yourself out of pits, and on the next straith let ai take over.
     
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    switching using the AI button was not a great method for ISI sims like rF1 and GT2. I'm not sure how rF2 works, but check to see if you can use your arrows <= or => to change to a second driver.
    The AI key gives control to the computer without factoring in the rcd files. I guess you should verify if you do have an rcd file with 2 drivers names listed. I would be 100% sure if this was the previous versions I noted, but I'm not experienced enough with rF2 to verify
     
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    Alright, I'll see what I can do with that, I've never tried that method tbh. Thank you!
     
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    Yeah, I figured that probably be the best compromise since it'll only take an extra minute. Thank you!
     

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