[REL] Formula E Gen2 + Lester Special Edition!

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  1. Christopher Elliott

    Christopher Elliott Administrator Staff Member

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    Yes fix will be up soon
     
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  2. memoNo1

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    Please more official E-Prix Tracks.
    Especially Austria would be fine.
    I like this class.
     
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    +1 for e-prix tracks.

    And sorry but i must admit- rear lights are working only if pit limiter=on
    I made some videos:
    - pit limiter=on.

    -1st lap. AI cars have no working lights

    - and now my car pit limiter= off (just moving back and forward)

    IRL rear ligts working w/o pit limiter too
     
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  4. Emery

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    With the Formula E race bundle 50% off, it was a worthwhile deal for me. Won't be favorite content, but definitely something I look forward to. A third official track (c'mon Long Beach!) would make it perfect.
     
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    Hello,

    i don´t know if it´s a known issue on Lister .But it looks like a "hole" on the track. This is not happening with the Formula E

    Lister_01.jpg Lister_02.jpg Lister_03.jpg Lister_04.jpg
     
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    Na, I mean the car.
     
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    Had this issue also some time ago with a Tatuus car. Thought it is a problem with low ride height and the railway track. So i think Phil is right.
     
  9. 2ndLastJedi

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    Now that I will pay for... Even with rF2 billboards!
     
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  10. Leonardo1962

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    Hi
    is it correct that Formula E Gen2 has two gear's?

    Thought that come with only one gear.
    Will this be fixed for the next update?

    thanks :)
     
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    Question (I feel sorry, but English is not my native language and I have a hard time trying to understand some of the Winter sales), the bundle include Gen 2 car (with all the liveries and updates coming in 2020) and 2 tracks, Monaco + Hong Kong?

    It is correct, I believe that formula E has 2 or more gears nowadays, although you should leave it in second gear all the race/practice session you are doing (at least in rfactor 2)

    you can read here : https://wtf1.com/post/we-answer-the-internets-most-searched-questions-about-formula-e/

    To sum up: in formula E rules they obligate all the teams to use a gearbox. This as a result produced from 3 to 5 gears, with different power/torque bands. Nowadays I do not know exactly, but it is a possibility that they are using 2 gears
     
  12. Emery

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    Yes. This one: https://store.steampowered.com/itemstore/365960/detail/1010/
     
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    With the new UI you can do that.
    And Igor, te escribo desde el foro de enfie ;) (sorry for the spanish, but I know this guy :p)
     
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    My have been discussed before, if not, please let me know. I purchased the Formula E Energize Pack (Gen 1 car + Hong Kong) at launch. I've been looking into buying the Formula E Generation Pack (Gen 2 car + Monaco E-Prix). I keep seeing the Formula E Race Bundle (Gen 2 car + Monaco and Hong Kong) on sale.

    Is there at any point that the Generation Pack will go on sale, or will I be forced to double up on the Hong Kong track?
     
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    Yesterday I bought the Forumula E pack - I really liked everything except the braking, which I can't make out. As far as I understand, the "worse" the braking, the better the recovery engine charge? What setting is responsible for braking? The AI brakes much better than I do.

    PS Thanks, S397, for Formula E is a brand new experience and it's very good. Too bad we only have 3 tracks and hope for new ePrix in the future.
     
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    The car regenerates energy when not on throttle, so on coasting and on braking, and so the longer is the coasting or braking phase, the more energy it regenerates. You can control the "power" of the regen with the regen map setting, which you can change while driving or in the setup page. The higher is the regen, the more it regenerates energy, and the more it brakes the car (on the rear wheels), car becames loose in the rear and you would compensate with the brake bias.
    The motor can overheat when using high regen maps.
    You can also control the power, from i think is 120kw to 250kw, the more power the more consumption and heat.

    The most effective way to save energy is lift and coast, if the race you are going to do requires energy saving, you have to combine all these aspects to find the way to be the most efficent possible.

    If you want to hotlap just use 250kw and the regen map that suit your driving style and the track, oh and also the front wing: 20 for hotlapping and 15 for races that requires energy saving.
     
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    Thank you very much for the detailed answer! I don't even have any questions left. :eek:
     
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  19. Yigit Yusuf Mutlu

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    Does this and monaco get an update?
    Yesterday dl from workshop an update, whats the changelog?
     
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