Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 88mphTim, Mar 17, 2013.
the best F1 car in rf1/rf2 I have driven. Thank you.
I think the tyre model/parameters are not yet complete. If you look at the tgm there are lines you'd like to be there for wet vs dry running, but they are not. Getting a wet tyre to last ages in the wet and not be unbreakable in the dry is difficult right now.
A wet tyre in the dry will be destroyed within a handful of laps
But DA says they had 100% rain...
Been having fun around Putnam
Oops, read it wrong, ya must be because of all the unfinished water physics
Well that aint very correct tho, FISI is 2s+ per lap faster which i count atleast to be rather big difference in world of high performance OW cars where its usually tenths or hunreds that splits the cars.
I meant that its not really comparable car and you couldnt ever get competetive racing with those cars together.
a set of wet tyres are destroyed also in a wet track within a handful of laps..
or you could just use team orders to destroy a race...
Well from his point he didnt destroy anything. 25 points is sitll in his pocket..
Yeah that's the case at the moment. Just did few laps on heavy rain and tires will last 3 or max 4 laps if driven very carefully. For sure tire model is not complete yet especially when track is very wet.
I think only problem was because Webber was doing as team said and Vettel didn't. Better not give those orders in the future! I also think they should look things more from spectators view. Too bad Rosberg also obeyed team rules as it would have been helluva fight between him and Hamilton!
Best to deny all communication from team to drivers!
I was talking about Mercedes mainly
Hi, like to post my thoutht's about the MR01.
I think the handling under heavy wet conditions (at least 15min. of constand rain) is more difficult than in reality, this might be one reason besides the low grip under these conditions for the poor laptimes (up to 2:10.XX in my case).
In the dry car feel's much better, i think there is not very much difference in terms of handling to the real one. Regain of grip after a slide seem's to be a improoved, compared with the F-ISI.
The enginesound is not to bad, a little bit disappointed compared to those of the very good Corvette sound.
For me, the highlight of this mod is the tirewear under dry conditions, you have to really take care of your tyres now, pretty much spot on i suppose. In the wet the full wet's wear to much, as already said. Tyre temps are also improved.
Tyre pressure seems to have almost no influence to handling or tyre temps. So tyrephysics are still under heavy development i think.
I have the impression the mod is a little bit of rushed out, not completely at the level of previous releases. I hope ISI release an update for this mod later.
So following some ideas and suggestions.
- Speedindicator on the digit next to the gear.
- "livetiming" Indicator for the second digit, shows the time difference to your fastest lap live at every point of the track, like the real one does.
- Smoother upshifting, actually you have to be very careful shifting especially from 1st to 2nd gear under power.
- Ability to adjust differential setting form the cockpit.
- Refinement of the AI performance, they are much to fast.
- Sound sample as a acoustic feedback, to recognize the underbody touches the ground.
thanks for your time!
I lost nose too!
by the way, anyone make 2012 teams repaint?
FIA F2 used rFactor( PRO or 2?). but... they are end.
so. MARRUSIA use rFactor for training?
Wonder what's happening with rfactor pro?
Is it being updated or it dosnt need it?
I.e is rfactor 2 ISI's way of bringing rfactor 1 up to rfactor pro standards?
Or does rfactor pro need updating to bring it up to rfactor 2 standards?
Or will race teams simply be using rfactor2 ?
rfactor and rfactor pro are the same as far as racing is concerned. rfactor pro has more input options to take readings from your real race car's sensors and inputs them into the same rfactor you have.
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