Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Rhys Gardiner, Sep 1, 2010.
Like at 0:43:
Here´s a great picture showing just how steep the hill is to T1.
Almost like a wall.
I'll be going to the race just bought the tickets.
Lucky man... i´ve never been as excited for a new track as this one.
It´s even better that it´s in USA as they really needed their own "F1-track"
Good track, no doubt. (although some of the corners are rip-offs)
Do you think that the fact that F1 is going back to the usa is why Codemasters have chosen to let's say simplify the game a little bit?
If so, will we be able to race without a green racing line?
Simplify? It´s as simplified as it can get. It´s an arcade game 100%.
It has the physics model of Mario Kart.
But the game is made to reach more comsumers, from HC sim-guys to people who would only buy the game due to F1 cars and maybe put max 1h of gameplay every week.
Just in case anyone has missed it:
Quite possibly the best presentation of how the track really looks.
Elevations are much bigger then i expected. And T1 looks so cool, even down to T2 looks scary.
Last turn was nice as well.
Thanks Hampus I'll be in turn 6. I'm excited haha
Far out, turn 1 is going to have the shortest braking distance. Good looking track though, should be an interesting race.
That is excactly why I am worried.
Buy it if you like F1 but don´t expect anything to have changed.
Same same as the rest, just some new features.
I love F1 but i would not touch the games with a stick even.
If Polyohony did a game that would be my simcade limit It would look so good as well.
Turn 1 seems very, very interesting. Big climb and then dead spot to turn into a corner, so it will be hard to get it right. That high speed chicanes seems interesting as well. I only don't like very much some slow corners in the last sectors.
They're actually gonna make the bloody deadline !
Charlie Whiting is in USA now as well to inspect the track.
Edit: And it´s been given the green light now. No surprise.
DRS zone between T11-12 long straight.
The Circuit of the Americas in Austin,TX has been given the final approval by the FIA necessary in order to host the US Grand Prix in November. Really great to see that it has reached it's completion, especially considering that it was possible for it to break apart during that period of time where the contracts where in dispute and work was stopped.
Charlie Whiting was down at the track for the final inspection and seems very excited to see all the F1 drivers take to the track come November.
Full article here.
yeah, was thinking about going, with paddock passes etc. then i saw the £3000 price tag. hahaha! sod that