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« on: Today at 05:56:54 PM »
E.g. last round at Modena would have worked out like this (ranked by average fastest lap times over the 3 races). So Freezer would have earned least; Rob would have earned most.
« on: Today at 04:19:42 PM »
It was a lot of fun. I was disappointed at myself in race 2 for doing well, getting up to 3rd, I think, but then getting too close to Rooshooter and touching the grass while backing off, which spun me.
« on: Today at 04:18:04 PM »
It's based on the averages of your fastest laps. So if you drop out half way through a race, you'll still post a fastest lap for that race, and that will be used. If you only start 2 of 3 races (or don't even complete a lap in one race), your fastest lap times for the two races you did race in will be averaged....from this round, I'll change it so that you don't get money for your finishing position, but by your fastest lap times. In other words, the fastest guy won't earn any cash; the slower guys will get more cash. This way, even if you don't start or finish some races, your cash reserves won't be artificially boosted.So if you dnf a race, you won't cash in? eg if you drop out halfway due to damage? Or is it for dns (did not start) situations?
« on: March 22, 2019, 09:10:44 AM »
When you look at the race graphs for Modena, Joe and Freezer were clearly too fast for the field, off in a race of their own. The point of this car dealer is to promote closer racing (with a strategic element). Joe and Freezer both got their cash by having a bad round with DNFs, not by being slow, which is not really the intent. So from this round, I'll change it so that you don't get money for your finishing position, but by your fastest lap times. In other words, the fastest guy won't earn any cash; the slower guys will get more cash. This way, even if you don't start or finish some races, your cash reserves won't be artificially boosted.
« on: March 22, 2019, 09:00:28 AM »
And please, I'd like to hear other opinions too. As I said earlier, it's about community standards. I'd like to hear what the community thinks. It's not about taking sides, or blaming the driver, it's about the situation. Should it be a penalty?
« on: March 22, 2019, 08:31:02 AM »
As I've said many times, and everyone should know this by now:
As for your penalty, you dive-bombed at speed down the inside of turn 1 into a group of slow moving cars and hit and spun Killa - a clear penalty of the "hitting someone from the rear" kind.
« on: March 21, 2019, 10:26:18 PM »
A couple of videos (best to watch fullscreen):
Bird's-eye view (Bird is a black Nissan, left of track):
In my opinion, it's a racing incident. Like Bird said, he was at full lock, just trying to negotiate the corner after being tapped offline by Joe, and taken by surprise by AB appearing from the left. Was Bird a tiny bit at fault? Probably. Was he driving recklessly enough to cop a penalty? I don't think so.
« on: March 21, 2019, 09:10:46 AM »
Another mediocre performance there and I may be able to get the Abarth. However, I'm not sure if this guy is really giving you an advantage on a faster track...seems to lack top speed a bit.Yeah, it's strength is really cornering. At Modena, my Nissan could pass Abarths on the relatively short straights, but then died in the corners.
« on: March 21, 2019, 09:08:41 AM »
Well, let's discuss it here. These judgement calls have to reflect "community standards". If most people think it should have attracted a penalty, then I'm happy to change my standards.Would you like a PM or to post here on the forum?How do you know which judgements AB is disagreeing with? Who do you think is clearly at fault in R1, and why?I respectfully disagree with the judgements but won't dwell on it.I must agree with ab about R1. It's very clear.
« on: March 20, 2019, 10:46:35 PM »
How do you know which judgements AB is disagreeing with? Who do you think is clearly at fault in R1, and why?I respectfully disagree with the judgements but won't dwell on it.I must agree with ab about R1. It's very clear.
« on: March 20, 2019, 10:44:40 PM »
Just wanted to throw something out there! Having acquired the Abarth last night I thought I owned it, howeverThat's what the entry fee is designed to do - make you slowly drift back down the car list (especially if you do well in it), so you can't just "fluke" a faster car after having a shocking round, and then get to keep that car forever. In the Porsche trial, people tended to go up and up the car list. This way, the people up the pointy end will slowly change.
As for the strategy, you can already decide to go with a cheaper car and maybe sacrifice some points to earn more cash for later rounds, especially if there's a future round coming up that might suit a faster car. For example, the people that drove an Abarth at Modena could have chosen to buy a cheaper car and not do so well, and then have the money for the Alfa 4C at the much faster Thruxton.
« on: March 20, 2019, 07:37:29 PM »
We've been round this many times... it's far too time consuming to judge every incident. My preference is that people are mature enough to realise that they stuffed up and try to learn from the mistake and try to improve their driving next time, for the increased enjoyment of everyone.
This was a tight track (the tightest and slowest of the season - average speed was only 105 kph), with 16 mixed cars on it. There's always going to be some bump and grind in this situation.
As AB said, a little redress goes a long way. But I emphasise to only do this when it's safe, without causing further mishaps by unexpected slow downs. Talking on Discord also makes your intentions clear.
Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Re: Voluntary contribution to Tuesday night server costs« on: March 20, 2019, 07:29:37 PM »
Thank you AB for your contribution!