Removing individual opponent cars from race

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  1. Wayne S

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    I'm sure this has been asked, but I didn't find anything that helped me.
    When I select the opponents from a particular series, all the cars in that series are added, but sometimes there are 2 or 3 that are the same driver and car number, but from different years (16, 17, 18). Attached picture has 3 cars for Aiden Moffat, but I only want 1 of them
    How do I pick just the individual cars I want?
    Thanks
     

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  2. r00b Driver

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    You can't from that screen.

    You can however, load up the race, and then in the top left of the screen the button which I think looks like a person with a shield, click on that - it opens up another window where you can boot AI. Click on the drivers name, then click 'BOOT'.

    Helpful, but not very helpful, as it only gives you names and no numbers or anything else to help you identify the AI.

    Good luck.
     
  3. davehenrie

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    3rd option is to create a Vmod with only the cars and tracks you require. There is a tutorial SOMEWHERE in these forums. Hopefully somebody can dig it up.
     
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  4. r00b Driver

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    Yes, Dave, is right.

    Steam guide to creating a race series:
    https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=554544322

    This is also a link to doing something a bit smarter:
    https://forum.studio-397.com/index.php?threads/custom-ai-championship-tutorial.64916/

    I've used a bastardised version of the second one, instead of the R Script, I made an Excel spreadsheet with some built in VB code behind to run a macro which builds the folder structure, talent files and copies the relevant folders etc.
    Not because I didn't trust the bloke who wrote it, but if I wrote my own version I would have full control over it, and it would enhance the learning process. Plus I've never done R script before, and therefore it's new and scary.

    I've used this approach to make myself a fake Blancpain GT3 world championship, along with some custom faceplates for SimHub, so that rF2 actually looks smart, and not like a game from the late 00's with horrendous font and unfathomable HUD interface.

    I need to do the same for a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Challenge tournament...
     
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  5. Wayne S

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    Thank you to both of you for your help
    Most appreciated
     

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