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Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Re: Fun Run Apr 17 - Caterham Academy at Road Atlanta« on: April 17, 2018, 06:36:08 PM »
Don't know if I'll make it. Currently caught up with work
Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Re: S21R7: New Jersey Motorsport Park Post-Race Chat« on: April 11, 2018, 09:15:18 PM »
Race 2 - Russ and Shayne had a side-to-side contact which sent Russ off track – racing incident as no driver was clearly at fault (maybe fractionally more Russ as he was the one trying to make the pass, but he ended up worse off anyway).Wally I agree it's a racing incident, but have to disagree with being more at fault. I was on the inside, holding my line and not drifting towards the outside at all. Shayne turned in and contact was made with the front of my car level with Shayne's front wheel.
R1. Was going well. Settled into 3rd place after a handful of laps. Phil.8 reeled me in and I had a good time trying not to make any mistakes to keep him behind. With about 3 laps to go, Matthew and Kcender were off the track and suddenly I was P1 The Crewchief popped up and said "Pit this lap". I looked at fuel and I had 1.5 laps of fuel left but 2 laps to go. I reluctantly backed off the pace and ran out of fuel about 30 metres from the line. Rolled across to still snag 5th place.
R2. The incident with Shayne put me last. I had fun trying to pass Dave O, Jamie and Dadio with the restrictor ruling out any passes on the straights. After that I think it was Wally, ab156 and Bacchulum way in the distance. I was slowly gaining but was never going to get there.
I didn't mind this car, but looking forward to whatever the next season brings us ...
« on: April 04, 2018, 10:05:44 AM »
Qually: I thought I had more in it but just couldn't put the lap together. Still quite happy with 6th - except that Keith was 5th
R1: Got away with the pack and looked like everyone kept in their lanes through T1 & T2. After T3 Keith got on the grass which allowed me to get beside him at T4a. T4b I think I left him too much room . Got partly beside him again for T5a but Keith ran me out of road and onto the grass - as he was entitled to do. This let Jeremy get a better run to T6a and there was contact at T6b. I followed Keith & Jeremy for a few laps until I had a big "Crewchief has stopped working" Windows error in the middle of the screen". Dropped back while fixing it, but still kept my place. Head down, Keith went off somewhere and I pulled Jeremy back in, then pressured him for some laps until he made a mistake.
At this point cruising for a nice 4th, then suddenly Matthew and grat were not far in front of me. They were squabbling over position and I hauled them in. On the last lap grat ran into the back of Matthew at T10 (fast left at top of hill), putting him sideways and torpedoing me. Keith came around next and T-boned me at full pace. Car totally wrecked I limped it home in 11th.
R2: Battling from 11th with the 3rd highest restrictor was never going to be easy. Looked like a nice clean start and we fell into line. At T14, Matthew and grat were recovering from an incident, Matthew joined in front of me and grat behind. Next lap, Matthew got up the inside of ab156 at T13 and grat was threatening me. As I was braking I felt in danger of contact with ab156 and pulled back to the right a bit, got the right tyres on the grass and got spat back across the track into grat (sorry grat ).
Rejoined in 16th a long way behind. Made a pass on Dave O - good racing Dave, side by side through about 3 turns without a touch picked up a couple more places as people went off. Hauled in the Freezer, Shayne, Mael train, then Shayne generously gave up places due to his warping. Ran out of laps to mount a serious challenge on Mael finishing 10th.
The pace was there for good points but the motor racing gods were against me That's my story anyway
« on: March 20, 2018, 11:27:48 PM »
I can't know it, of course... but the man has 4 wins out of 4 podiums. When he has a chance, he does not let it go
What do you mean you can't know it?
« on: March 20, 2018, 11:24:27 PM »
Really sorry to hear this guys. I am really starting to like the car. When I first drove it I called it a tank because I thought it was so bad, but after some setup tuning, it's become a different beast.I don't think I've disliked a car as much as this one. I did no practice because I hate driving it, but then that means I can't drive it at all for the race. Usually a car I don't really like I can still have fun with in a race but not this one.+1
Maybe you have bad setups or maybe it just doesn't suit your style, but once again, I'm really sorry to hear that people aren't enjoying their racing at the moment.
« on: March 20, 2018, 11:19:49 PM »
What an amazing night
It looked like I had really good pace on the practise server but then I expected grat and Phil.8 to raise it a notch tonight and Matthew usually comes in hot on the pace. I was really surprised to qually 2nd.
Race 1 I managed to stay in 2nd off the start and chased grat all race with nothing between our times. I wasn't used to being in this position and was full of nerves and sweat. On the 2nd last lap grat got on the grass after the chicane and I cruised past, then I think I started to shake but still had another lap to go. Somehow I kept enough composure to complete the lap cleanly and take out the win. Really great feeling
Race 2 grat somehow alongside between turn 1 & 2 so I just pushed him out of the way No, really sorry about the contact grat. I thought you would give it up but you didn't and I think the cold tyres, ballast and the inside kerb all worked against me as well, but the steward has spoken ... All good here mate.
After disposing of grat I put the head down and went for it and managed very slowly pull a gap to Matthew111 who had inherited 2nd. Kept it clean to the end to take the win again.
This is by far the highlight of my XGN career so far. Look out though, I might get a taste for it
« on: March 13, 2018, 12:11:00 AM »
Nice time Russ.I just took 1 second off my PB. A bit more toe out (0 in setup), and TC 2.
but I know it's not a one lap time that does the business - it's consistency. Here's hoping I can have some tomorrow
« on: March 12, 2018, 11:13:13 PM »
I know we have different wheels, but I won't run without it
Have a play with the options.
« on: March 12, 2018, 10:44:09 PM »
I just took 1 second off my PB. A bit more toe out (0 in setup), and TC 2.
You mean I can beat you by even more
« on: March 12, 2018, 10:42:06 PM »
Had a horrible night this round. No balance, no feel, no consistency and no grip. Going to play with the FFB settings this weekend and see if I can get some sort of feel from the wheel.
Have you tried FFBClip?