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« on: April 29, 2018, 05:04:23 PM »
I'm not kidding!!! This combo is a lot of fun - I managed a 38.9s lap
Let's try another hotlap combo using "Friend's Leaderboard"
Scott McLaughlin did a 00:54.5730 in Sunday qualifying last year.
I'm down to a 00:57.062 after a couple of laps and default setup. I reckon someone should be able to get into the 55s with this mod even though I think it is a little slower than real life.
Phillip Island 500
20 - 22 April 2018
Lap Record: https://www.phillipislandcircuit.com.au/more/lap-records
« on: March 29, 2018, 03:30:49 PM »
Probably seen this before but I thought it worthwhile posting due to upcoming ACC.
Published on Sep 29, 2016
For this instalment of Chris Harris Drives, we’ve got a special: go behind the scenes as he and the team take you through just how much of a herculean effort the Spa 24-hour endurance race is.
Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint
6 - 8 APR 2018
Lap Record: Craig Lowndes; Holden VF Commodore 0:51.4370; 9 April 2017
« on: March 27, 2018, 07:16:53 PM »
Has anyone else seen this version? Looks better than others I have seen previously.
« on: December 07, 2017, 09:25:15 AM »
I've got CSL Elite pedals to offload - brand new, box not opened. They are the basic 2 pedal set. Might be of interest to someone looking to get the load cell pedal. I think half price might be reasonable.
Send me a PM if interested.
Fanatec has the CSL Elite Wheel Starter Pack at 40% off this weekend. Works out to be $399.95 AUD normal price is $759.90. Even though I already have the Elite pedals it is still a good deal ie $399.95 versus $649.90 for the CSL Elite Racing Wheel. Only problem is the steering wheel is rubber. Fanatec has just announced an Alcantara version of this wheel which is $259.90 version $149.95 for the rubber one.
This is pretty good. Done by Mitja Bonca.
I just bought these. They are great! The build quality is excellent. The pedals can be installed inverted and the load-cell allows brake pressure can be adjusted from very light to very heavy which is good for me since I needed a light brake pressure to avoid further foot injury!! In addition, I hadn't expected such an improvement in the throttle - way more feel than the G27 even though still only a potentiometer.
« on: September 16, 2016, 06:54:42 PM »
"Best of British"
- British tracks
- current BTCC Circuits
- Ford Escort RS1600
PROPOSED TRACK PROGRAMME
- follows 2016 BTCC Calendar (http://www.btcc.net/calendar/)
9. Silverstone (National)
10. Brands Hatch GP
Oulton Park http://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/oulton-park.12292/
Cadwell Park Download-RaceDepartment (Changed Track)
Would it be a good idea to do a car trial night next Thursday? Next Season Theme is "BEST OF BRITISH" so any British car is eligible for testing.
1. BTCC Mod cars (BMW 125, Ford Focus, Honda Civic Type R, Toyota Avensis - all these cars suffer from terminal oversteer!! Is it just me or is the physics got a problem?))
2. Escort Escort RS1600 (Kunos car - most fun to be had!!)
3. Jaguar XJ13 (surprisingly good and slidey - Tyre Model V10. However there are FFB bugs - seems to go haywire under some circumstances if you use the FFB Controller App)
VIR track current version download (S3 Bucket, hopefully faster download.)
VIR track download from the source.
Paul Ricard WTCC
(By keeping to a Kunos track it will allow a better test of each car's physics)
We could try all cars on track for a first testing session, Then do a couple of races in each set of cars based on preferences.