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« on: July 09, 2018, 03:04:29 PM »
Using the Car Physics app, you can get the weight distribution.
Aero Centre of Pressure should be just rearwards of this mark.
In the wings app there's a % figure, that's % front.
Once upon a time, a Thursday I believe, there was a discussion between Wally, Seanus and myself about track grip.
I felt the racing line had more grip while Wally and Seanus assured me it was placebo, and the track grip was homogeneous.
To paraphrase, "AC's track grip is not that sophisticated".
I must be missing something or I'm very susceptible to placebo.
Drive the wet version of Goodwood (link below) and tell me the grip level is homogeneous.
That the slippery puddles are placebo.
I still believe that track grip can be variable and therefore a grippier racing line is possible.
Fake Wet layout is included for wet track placebo, don't be surprised that it is so slippery, 1"50 is a fast laptime at Goodwood when it is wet. Use alternative lines to get more grip, optimum lines has less grip. Pretty much first time in simracing when you'll have to search for grip in circuit
OK, just to piss someone off.
That soccer team stuck in a cave in Thailand are getting fibre optic internet while they wait to be rescued.
I guess 4km down a cave a Thailand is less remote than Australian cities.
(or Thailand just doesn't use outdated technology.....)
« on: June 29, 2018, 07:47:36 PM »
Oh no. I have been lobbying for the Porsche short/long tail for a long time and now I am going to miss most or all of the season, as I will be away from mid-July to early October....I'm pretty sure everyone knows my thoughts about 911's (and their CoG issues).
But I'll reverse my vote because if I had to miss the '75 season, I would've been gutted.
I hope others will wait for you grat.
(and make it soon, as I'm keen to drive them as well)
Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Re: S22R7: United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen Post Race« on: June 27, 2018, 05:10:26 PM »
A very intense and good race , up until......
Unfortunately messed it up by bumping into Bacchulum two laps from the end
Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Re: S22R7: United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen« on: June 23, 2018, 09:34:36 PM »
Lower the wing as far as you're still able to take the esses flat.
They should be tricky flat, not easy flat.
Or take some fuel out, that always helps the lap time.
Australian Assetto Corsa League, Tuesday nights / Re: S22R7: United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen« on: June 20, 2018, 04:56:52 PM »
Do it Wally, G0D's correct.You know what? I'm sorely tempted to because I hate chicanes as much as anyone.The very first race that used the chicane was the 1975 GP.
The chicane in use, which I forgot about so assumed was the bust stop, was a pathetic, dicky thing in the left-hander of the esses.
The boot without chicane would be more representative.