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Definitely needed hp here, the little snub nose beamer was really good under brakes and through the corners but really didn't have any legs on the straights. I dropped the wings down to 1/1 but it still wasn't enough. It seems way too thirsty too. Good fun still and sorry Roo for the incident, three wide into turn one was never going to work I know but I slip streamed you and Seanus slipped me and then that was that no room sorry.
Was trying out the M1 at Sebring and the engine is flashing red in the damage graphic at around 5000 rpm when redline isI think they were all like this in drm revival mod
thanks, I thought it might be a lot higher than I was using due to my overheatingtrack temp is 41, same as the other week when I was cooking the escort tyres
« on: July 04, 2018, 09:22:36 PM »
Can't make it tomorrow and Tues...Back at work again ☹️ I tried an ai race in I think 77 porsche and it actually felt pretty good, can't remember my lap time though but horse power cars will most likely prevail on this track
Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Re: Fun Run - Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 at Brands Hatch« on: July 04, 2018, 11:20:37 AM »
I found the main aspects to this car were that it's easy for anybody to make a mistake that can shuffle the field. Miss a gear change, destroy their gearbox, cook their tyres. You need to manage the car to a degree, so smooth driving is rewarded. It takes more skill than simply being fast. It's physically harder work, I found, and rewarding to race.Agreed. Hold the gas flat out + a quick pump of the clutch on the up-shift seems to work, heel and toe down shifts with a fair bit of throttle blip as well. Like most cars you can tune them to be easy to drive or tune them to be fast. I don't mind these cars, as mentioned, rewarding when you can it working
Last patch, apart from graphical tweaks, just reduced the Turbo lag so if anything the Porsches should bit quicker. And which Porsche? there are four of them.Haven't really done much testing of any of the cars and tracks so it could just be me. But the tyres certainly did cook at this track with the Escort. As for the porsches, the only one I had driven was the K3, it seemed to turn in ok and was competitive when we did the pre-season practice race but had no chance at the previous round and Mael was way of the pace here, it could be just a track thing I suppose (or porsche thing as bacchulum puts it). Any way if there hasn't been any real changes in the update then its just the way it is, thanks Gee
Was there any changes in the last patch to make the porsche crap, compared to the practice race we had it was shite when I raced it last week and seemed a waste of time to drive it last night. Also any reason why the Escort would completely cook the tyres. Just seems odd
Pretty cool track although very bumpy, the Escort was good here particularly in the corners but would get blown off down the straights. If I got a good run out of the last turn behind a high powered beast I could slip stream and potentially make a pass into turn 1. Only thing is the left side tyres were seriously cooking for me no matter how I tuned the car and backing off meant slower lap times. Still no match for Phil and Bacchulum lap times and I only won the last race because Phil pitted, thanks Phil lol. Good fun racing with you guys as usual, thanks.