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And here's how the damage restrictor would have come out:

Lotus 3-Eleven

Contacts by driver
    35 kph (+1 restrictor)

    12 kph

    146 kph (+10 restrictor)

    13 kph

    21 kph
    81 kph (+7 restrictor)

Porsche Cayman

Contacts by driver
    122 kph (+10 restrictor)
    151 kph (+10 restrictor)

Jamie Passlow
    75 kph (+6 restrictor)

    91 kph (+8 restrictor)

XGN Wally
    121 kph (+10 restrictor)

    101 kph (+10 restrictor)
    37 kph (+1 restrictor)

Joe Stevens
    97 kph (+9 restrictor)
    43 kph (+2 restrictor)

    44 kph (+2 restrictor)

    34 kph (+1 restrictor)

    46 kph (+3 restrictor)

Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Season 20 start - Dec 19
« on: December 12, 2017, 10:35:55 PM »
This is a heads up that the season will start next Tuesday - the 19th.

Then Dec 26 Boxing Day will be just a non-season fun run for those that are awake/sober/motivated enough to jump on and have a race.

Then the season will resume on Tue Jan 2.

Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Re: Season 20 car poll
« on: December 12, 2017, 10:33:55 PM »
I voted for the Porsche and the BMW, because they gave the closest racing in my opinion, which is always what I prefer. One way you can look at the closeness of the racing is the "Busiest" stat for the last 4 races, which shows the smallest average gap to neighbouring cars, front and back.

The smallest average gaps were:
BMW - 1.90 secs
Porsche - 2.15 secs
Lotus - 3.61 secs
KTM - 6.40 secs

I preferred the Porsche because it gave close racing, but wasn't quite as easy as the BMW. It was easier for those around me to make mistakes, which lead to more position changes. Also, the tyres actually go off in the Porsche, whereas the BMW and Lotus tyres are much harder wearing without much degredation over the course of the race.

Assetto Corsa / Re: Headlights/night mod
« on: December 12, 2017, 10:09:16 PM »
Driving is at the 11 min mark.
Not very much (and not very good). 8)
No, you can see he's using a keyboard. But I reckon the lighting looks quite good, especially the way it illuminates the trees.

Results in 1st post.

Assetto Corsa / Re: Headlights/night mod
« on: December 12, 2017, 09:58:46 PM »
I don't see anything
No video? I see a youtube video.

Race 1 Results
Race 2 Results

I'll close the car poll tomorrow night, so get your votes in (6:00pm Eastern).

Assetto Corsa / Re: Best wishes to Flattop
« on: December 12, 2017, 04:17:30 PM »
My suggestion is, since the Pat Phillips cup is about full, we start a new one in memory of Bruce.
I would like to propose we now call Thursday Fun Nights, Flattop Thursdays as a permanent memorial.
I'd like to see the Pat Phillips Cup continue on Tuesdays and go with the Thursday memorial for Flattop.
Thursday was Bruce's natural habitat, after all.
I'm comfortable with that, because I still wanted to honour Pat's memory as well.

Hi, can I get in on this? Been racing on rooz but there’s a gap to next season
Sure thing. Welcome aboard. I've sent you a PM with details.
Feel free to come along to tonight's fun run at New Jersey - there's another thread about it.

Assetto Corsa / Headlights/night mod
« on: December 12, 2017, 08:10:13 AM »

Driving is at the 11 min mark.

<iframe width="640" height="385" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/qJ9Y4yH3uCc?fs=1&start=" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

I might try giving this a go some time.

Assetto Corsa / Re: Best wishes to Flattop
« on: December 11, 2017, 11:42:43 AM »
I feel very sad. 
For many years we've known each other, raced together, and he was indeed the "top bloke", the best gentleman you can ask for, both on the track and off it.

My suggestion is, since the Pat Phillips cup is about full, we start a new one in memory of Bruce.

RIP my friend.
Yes, that's a good idea.

Hey Wally, your probably already set on tracks but after watching the BTCC today I went looking for and found this
Oulton Park - https://actrackrebootproject.wixsite.com/ac-track-re-boot/oulton-park 
Fast, flowing and undulating circuit which I recall we used a bit in the Rf days . . . food for thought!
I'll take a look. I love Oulton Park. We've raced there on a Thursday I think, but I don't know if it was this version.

I'd ;like to return for a race if I may?
Of course! I sent you a PM.

For anyone who wasn't there and is curious, the BMW gave much closer and consistent racing, being the easier car to drive. There were some good racing packs.

The XBow field became much more spread out, with various spins and offs. The XBow is much more of a challenge to drive, but rewards someone who can drive it consistently.

Close racing in the BMW, not sure what you are talking about :P

Indeed. I think that was me following the three of you, waiting for it to end in tears, but you resolved yourselves.

Road Atlanta has had an update overnight:

Hey Everyone
50 Pitboxes Added
Fixed Bridge Marker Texture
Fixed Holes off track at turn 2,3,4
Fixed A couple of textures/shader issues
Joined Wall gap straight at 2 (Thanks Andreas Knöpke;))
I will update the other major layout issues once i have the correct lidar data, this is just a small update for now


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