Almost looks like there'll be no more dry races.
« Last post by marty on Today at 06:13:12 PM »
Did a season in these at ROOZ, strategy choices were fun. We did a couple full gp distances and 2 and 3 stops were both options. A 1 stop would be too slow as running heavy loses heaps of time and a fuel an tyres stop was usually about 20 secomds lost but could be 2 secs per lap faster.
« Last post by Bacchulum on Today at 05:18:50 PM »
I'm absolutely the wrong person to answer this, but it says 'server side'.....
(but some other unknown convention could be responsible for that, so again, the wrong person (who knows how IT thinks)).
Does anyone know if this app goes on the server or do I just run it from my pc ?
« Last post by Wally on Today at 03:46:37 PM »
They had some interesting rules then. I hope to have a season where the pit stop strategy actually comes into it for a change.
« Last post by marty on Today at 02:27:18 PM »
mmmm,... they still had refuelling back then... didn't they? But still, it's weird the tank is so small... I think I remember they could do a 1 stopper easily. No?No refuelling at pitstops, but you can do whatever you have to do regarding tyres.That sux.
In 2004 they had an interesting rule where you started the race with the fuel you finished qualy with, I doubt anyone did a 1 stop as they would have to qualify too heavy. 2 and 3 stops were common from what I saw plus Schumacher did win in france by switching to a 4 stopper and running qualy stints to beat Alonso who had track position on him early and it didnt look like he could pass him on track.
They were also the fastest f1 cars until this year but if they were allowed to qualify on light fuel they would still probably hold track records over this years cars as qualifying with 8 to 15 laps of extra fuel was costing them a bit of time in qualy.
« Last post by Wally on Today at 11:13:59 AM »
Oh, did they? I thought they didn't. Yeah, banned from 84 to 94, then again from 2010. Looks like we'll have to allow refuelling then.
Some new WIP ACC shots.
« Last post by RussG on Today at 09:09:01 AM »
I only race on Tuesday because I'm a married man under the thumb
I also race on Sunday nights with a private group and the wife reckons 2 nights a week is enough
« Last post by Bacchulum on April 20, 2018, 08:37:10 PM »
Yeah, they had refueling, hence the small tank, but 1-stoppers were track dependent (and F1 drivers have been fuel saving since the '70s).