Formula 1 – Magic Save Exploit Causes Controversy*
The Formula 1 community has recently been rocked by some controversy caused by an exploit in the pinnacle of motorsports’ physics. Named the “2 Foot Magic Save Hax” or 2FMSH for short, the exploit allegedly allows drivers to save almost every slide by applying full force on the throttle and brake at once.
According to those who experienced it, this technique will magically save the most extreme slides regardless of steering wheel input.
While physics are never perfect and bugs like these are not uncommon in racing series, its presence in Formula 1 is rather problematic given that the series is used to run a World Driver World Championship and a World Constructor Championship with rather big cash prizes or awards at stake.
The video below shows the exploit in effect, the Formula 1 forum discussion regarding this problem has already reached 22 pages as fans are debating the severity of the issue.
* parody of course in case it wasn’t clear
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