Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TheBigDawg, Mar 19, 2020.
That guy is a freaking genius. MAK Corps´ Group C is also an unbelievable one in that sense.
No joke there. Those cars are also on my list to run
I've got a few of wigs working and I flat love em
The 80s cars were the absolute best. I realize they are the best ones to learn. You sweat blood but in the end you understand much better how cars in general behave. Just not crashing them is a win.
Especially when the turbo spools and the rear tires light like a drag car
Lol, 86' F1... You can read a book on turn exit while the turbo kicks in, but when it does you better be ready.
Hold the wheel straight and tighten the belts
so CART 85 is done.....just gotta pack em up
So apperently the idea to tag them in the respective track is taking longer. And with the site not having all the tracks I happen to have it's just gonna be a bit. Also providing timing note (what I got it down to) and how it handles. Also each mod that is used is under its CURRENT version. No past versions built
this is still an active project just working some kinks out of the 68 f1 cars then its on to the next one. but with schooling my son, planning a podcast, and getting ready for a race im coming into as a ringer....yeah...
If you have a List of the Tracks and Cars, like they are shown in the Games Menu, you can give it to me.
I will add them to the Site.
And as said, the Site is WIP and Suggestions to improve it are welcome.To the "rules" .... i fear that you will always have People that don't care for it.
Give me a bit to jot the tracks down and I'll dm the lists to ya
OK. And take all the Time that you need, i'm not in a Rush.
I forgot: if you also could add the Continent, on that the Track is located, would help me a lot.
10-4 - ok. And got ya man
DLC Porsche 911 cup car @Sebring?
I practiced all weekend there and while I got into the 2.11's I know there is a lot more in the car than I can get out of it.
I have tried softening the ARB's all the way down to 1 front and 2 rear, camber from default to right side -3 degrees.
I have had tire pressures from default down to 20psi cold.
Thanks in advance,
I'll check it out
Btw are you talking about the gt3 car?
I was referring to the 911 GT3 cup car, not the 911 GT3 RSR. The cup car is no anti lock brakes, no traction control, rear wing only.
I know some of the issue is my driving, I am hoping for a stable setup, not the fastest twitchiest car possible. I thought about that after I submitted my request. I added my lap time was just for reference, not as the end goal.
I practiced at Watkins Glenn last night for the first time. I won't say I know that circuit, I did get a few decent laps in. I find the amount of grip to be much greater, the surface is much smoother also. All in all the car is easier to drive. Sebring is very bumpy and has much less grip.
One similarity is that I found myself reducing -camber on the right side on both circuits
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