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Track evolution in Project CARS: How does it work?

In This Album

Project CARS - Mercedes-Benz CLK-LM Project CARS vs Assetto Corsa  - Mercedes-AMG GT3 @ Imola Project CARS - New Mercedes AMG GT3 @ Oulton Park TNGTC R17&18 Project Cars [ONLINE] - Aston Martin B09/60 (DBR1-2) @ Spa Francochamps Project CARS: Formula Renault 3.5 @Monza GP - preview & test lap (Renault Sport Car Pack) Track evolution in Project CARS: How does it work? Project Cars patch 10 Nvidia GTX 970 rainy night mp training Toyota Hybrid LMP1 at Nordschleife HQ Project Cars: Practice at Nurburgring Project Cars: Mclaren 12C GT3 practice Project cars first lap from hell! Project Cars - BMW M1 Procar @ Monaco Project CARS - Ford Zakspeed Capri Project CARS: RUF CTR @Monza GP - preview & test lap (Old Vs New Car Pack)
Track evolution is not very dynamic in Project CARS. The changes don´t seem to happen depending on what the actual cars do, so it´s important to understand how and when it gains or loses grip.

Once you do, you can avoid making mistakes during the preparation for the races like testing in different track conditions and jumping to wrong conclusions about your latest setup change.

For this video I´ll focus on the changes a track seems to go through during a dry weather weekend.

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