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Just to clarify, of the two numbers one is lap average, the other last corner?Yep, one's lap average and one's last corner only. Is the Average 0? Maybe it's possible to get 100 for one corner, but average of 0 over the whole lap (if some corners are negative)? Is it always 0, or does it change?
I have updated the app in the first post to add information about lateral weight transfer.
Here's the theory, as I understand it.
As you corner, there is lateral weight transfer, so the tyres get loaded and unloaded. There's not a great deal you can do about the weight transfer - it's going to happen. What is important for the handling and balance of the car is the amount of weight transfer at the front and the rear, or in other words, the roll stiffness. The larger the lateral weight transfer at either end of the car, the more total grip that end loses. A more balanced car will have a similar amount of weight transfer front and rear - you want both the front and the rear to lose around about the same amount of grip to maintain a balance.
So the app shows two numbers, both related to how much more lateral weight transfer there is at the front compared to the rear. The bigger the number, the more weight transfer is happening at the front compared to the rear. If the number is negative, you are getting more lateral weight transfer at the rear. The "Corner" figure shows this for the last corner, and the "Avg" figure shows this averaged over the whole lap.
A stiffer end has more lateral weight transfer. So if you want to get a positive number that the app displays closer to 0, soften the front or stiffen the rear. If you want to get a negative number that the app displays closer to 0, stiffen the front or soften the rear.
A good car to experiment with is the Ferrari 599XX Evo, as that has a big range of ARB adjustment.
« on: August 18, 2018, 05:54:40 PM »
Some, or most, of these measurements aren't exposed to public apps, unfortunately.You need to enable Dev_Apps.
« on: August 18, 2018, 03:52:29 PM »
Did some aero mapping in the E21 and managed to get 40% front CoP, even without a front wing.But did it make you faster?
Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Re: S23R5: Daytona Race Chat "A Veiw from the back of the Grid"« on: August 15, 2018, 09:39:47 AM »
@Wally, I was watching you close in on me in my mirrors and was trying not to give any easy drafting pass! I had touched the wall in R1 so knew how cafeful you have to be. Sorry/Glad our little excurtion to the top of the track had the desired result.I wondered if that move up to the wall was deliberate. If so, it was a good move.
« on: August 15, 2018, 08:03:53 AM »
Hi Wally,Sorry, you're right. I missed the earlier hit of Jeremy into your rear which let Kcender past. So that's a penalty to Jeremy for that impact.
« on: August 14, 2018, 11:23:30 PM »
Aug 21: Queensland Raceway [DOWNLOAD]
17 lap sprints.
NOTE: If you already have this track, there has been a version 1.0 update on Aug 13, so please redownload it.
Weather forecast: 23, 29 and 29 degrees and sunny.
« on: August 14, 2018, 11:13:16 PM »
My 1st two races were great - lots of close racing, made no mistakes and dodged other people's accidents. I couldn't quite get the draught enough to pull of a pass into the chicane, and turn 1 was often nice and hectic with people with the draught having all sorts of different entry speeds.
But race 3 was screwed. I was starting 5th courtesy of a good finish in race 2, and was hopeful for a good points haul. But I spun all by myself exiting the road section onto the oval on lap 1, and did a big, slow loop-the-loop out in the grass that left me last. The game also put me a lap down at that point (which I have adjusted in the points only for race 3). Then a few laps later while trying to make up some ground, I was draughting AbleArcher when I got too close to the wall on the banked section and hit it, which damaged my aero, broke my suspension and ruined my top speed. That was race over - I just circulated to the finish at that point.
« on: August 14, 2018, 11:07:58 PM »
Results are up in the first post.
RussG, this is how the server reported the finish to race 1, with you in 3rd 0.004 secs in front of Matthew.
1) Kcender87 BEST: 1:46:850 TOTAL: 19:53:228 Laps:11 SesID:3 HasFinished:true
2) Jeremy BEST: 1:47:117 TOTAL: 19:58:198 Laps:11 SesID:2 HasFinished:true
3) RussG BEST: 1:47:084 TOTAL: 19:59:312 Laps:11 SesID:10 HasFinished:true
4) Matthew111 BEST: 1:47:056 TOTAL: 19:59:316 Laps:11 SesID:0 HasFinished:true
« on: August 13, 2018, 12:02:16 PM »
Hi everyone, new here. Is it possible to sign up this late in the season or is it best to wait until next season?Hi Mac, welcome. No worries, that's fine. I'll shoot you a PM with some details.
« on: August 11, 2018, 10:30:41 AM »
ahhhhh... crap, that many alreadyI would let you, but it's too close in the standings. There's only 2 points between ab156, Freezer, Shane and myself, 5th to 8th.
« on: August 09, 2018, 11:07:30 AM »
yeah i dont see them either, only way i know is by watching the chat window when i think i cut and keeping count lolIf the app is visible, it should always show something like "Warnings: 2/3", and it pops up a little flag too when you get a cut. It pays to have the app visible.
« on: August 08, 2018, 07:52:05 AM »
The charts show your true position, while the results show your position adjusted for any time penalties (that's what the red position indicates). You had about 4 cuts in each race. I'm guessing you didn't have PLP visible so didn't see the warnings.Results are up.Hey Wally, just noticed that on each results page the result in the table for me is different to the chart.