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Messages - Gratulin
« on: July 05, 2017, 12:24:26 PM »
Time to get practicing for the upcoming opening round of "Sophistication and Style".Perhaps it would be a good idea to republish the exact version of the track that everyone must have to avoid the grid issues we had last time.
« on: July 03, 2017, 01:50:05 PM »
I'll be out for most of this season. Away on holidays in Norway etc. Haven't raced much recently anyway due to various injuries...
1. An F1 driver who accidentally swerves a few metres to the right while travelling at 40kmh??? AND does a perfect tire to tire hit!!! Interesting concept...
2. Telemetry shows Hamilton briefly touches brakes at corner apex and then doesn't accelerate.
« on: June 22, 2017, 12:23:29 PM »
I think you also need to remove any 'strange' settings in the Logitech Profiler that you may have set for Rf1.hi all, i was having a go at this track tonight and i am having problems with my force feedback. For some strange reason when on the track the wheel is fighting to turn right and yet when on the grass it behaves perfectly. So far I've tested several different cars and it seems to be only this track where i have this issue and i was wondering if anyone was experiencing the same and if so, if they knew of a fix?Hi Brad, I am running a G25 and have never experienced negative FFB like you could experience in Rf1. I have my basic Main Controls Advanced set at
« on: June 09, 2017, 09:06:50 AM »
AC needs mod version control so this cannot happen.The update log on RD says start positions fixed in v1.2 so some people must have had old version. Perhaps those with noses buried in tarmac
« on: June 09, 2017, 09:00:45 AM »
The update log on RD says start positions fixed in v1.2 so some people must have had old version. Perhaps those with noses buried in tarmac
Thursday Nights fun racing / Re: 08-06-2017 Season 9 "Sophistication and Style" Warm up run« on: June 08, 2017, 10:31:07 AM »
Make sure there are enough Porsches for everyone Phil!!
« on: June 05, 2017, 10:29:13 PM »
I think you may have misunderstood the original point Marty. If I understand it correctly Ptracker and PLP use AC track limits to determine valid laps. Whether or not Penalties is set is separate from that even though the penalties are applied using the same track limits.I will be otherwise occupied for this Tuesday night - so I'll have to miss the Red Bull ring. Had a quick practice anyway - and got to a 1:16:9 with ye olde restrictor - thanks for adding that to the practice server Joe.You can always cut that last corner quite aggressively in AC. You just have to watch that yellow kerb a bit. Conversely, it's quite easy to get a cut at T1 if you run a little wide on exit.
Can someone confirm my understanding since I am using PLP and Ptracker for practising.
Yeah I'd been keen, though unsure if I'll need to reinforce the rig a bit to handle DD. Also interesting with the sold rims it won't run at full torque as they can't take itCan your arms take it!!
One thing about this is that it is positioned above the current wheel base in terms of performance and price. I was hoping that it would also scale down to the elite level of wheel bases. This would give a lower torque wheel base with the benefits of the linearity etc of a DD wheel base. Making an electric motor work at lower RPM must be expensive? Otherwise removing all the belts and gears from a current wheel base should lower the cost don't you think?
Don't want to cause ructions but this track is too tough for a Thursday. We want "drop-in" drivers to be able to handle the circuit without too many issues. Regular drivers don't necessary practice that much. Mid Ohio might be a good alternative since most seem to know that track?