Pit Limiter

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  1. Joe Stricklin

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    I am having trouble with the following cars at Sebring. (Could be more tracks ). Corvetter, camero, Nissan that came with the game.

    I turn off pit limiter and can't go faster than the pit speed on track. Turn it on and I just sit in my box. I do this with modern f1 car and it sends me out of the pits automatically .

    Thanks
     
  2. Coutie

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    Are you sure you're turning the limiter off, because it sounds like you aren't.
     
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  3. JimmyT

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    Check to make sure you haven't inadvertently turned on the assist for AI to control in pit (not at my home PC so can't say where that is exactly)
     
  4. Joe Stricklin

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    I will look. But I drove the McLaren around for about an hour. Changed cars to the corvette and on track speed was limited. Then I turned on pit limiter because when that happened with the modern F1 car (at Silverstone), the game took me out of the pits and I could accelerate.

    But the game will not take me out of the pits in the corvette, camero or the nissan.
     
  5. ADSTA

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    Go to the Options page then Plugins/Difficulty and see if anything is on.
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    To avoid accidentally turning any of those on go to the Controls/Aids page.
    I unassign all but TC and ABS. Just select one and hit ESC to unassign.
    The Aids are mainly used when driving with a keyboard.
    rf2aids.jpg
     
  6. davehenrie

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    Somebody here wrote that turning OFF the TC and ABS in the menus was the correct way to enable the in-car adjustments. The menu TC is 3 levels with a large gap between the levels. The in-car adjustment is more steps, closer together.
     
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    @Joe Stricklin How did you get on with this issue? have you resolved it or is it persisting?
     
  8. Lazza

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    Definitely sounds like 'pit assist' and 'pit limiter' confusion above.
     

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