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ASR - Open Wheel Classic @ Monaco 1966 - Friday 6th February 2015

Discussion in 'rFactor 2 Racing Club & Leagues' started by Daiman Patel, Jan 29, 2015.

  1. Daiman Patel

    Daiman Patel
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    Event Details:
    Track: Monaco 1966
    Car: ASR Ferrari 643 & ASR McLaren MP4/6
    Download via Server

    Everything should be downloadable via server, upon login.

    Weather: Mixed
    Road condition: Rubber on track were possible
    Tyre wear: Normal
    Fuel use: 1x
    Mechanical failure: Time scaled

    Traction control:
    ABS: Low
    Auto-clutch: Allowed

    Race 1
    20:00 GMT
    Qualifying: 20:20 GMT - 10 minutes [NO Parc Fermé]
    Warm up: 20:30 GMT - 5 minutes
    Race: 20:40 GMT - reconnaissance lap + 30 minutes [standing start]

    Race 2
    Warm up:
    21:15 GMT - 5 minutes
    Race: 21:20 GMT - reconnaissance lap + 30 minutes [reversed grid & standing start]

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    Last edited: Feb 6, 2015
  2. Yuri

    Yuri 'I get custom nicknames' Kasdorp Premium Member

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  3. Matej Lakota

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    @Yuri Kasdorp , sure mate and thanks to tagged me. Sign me up, please.
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  4. David O'Reilly

    David O'Reilly
    A bad quali means I can go forwards in the race.

    Nice one guys.
    I'm in.

    Who will be the Master of Monaco in RD.
    The name alone conjures racing royalty. The names of corners alone evoke passion and history. St Devote, Casino, Mirabeau. Loewes, Rascasse, Swimming Pool, Tabac Anthony Nogues .
    To win Monaco only surpassed by winning the WDC.
    Winning once can make a career.
    The roll call of multiple winners is one of legends.

    6 [​IMG] Ayrton Senna 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993
    5 [​IMG] Graham Hill 1963, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1969
    [​IMG] Michael Schumacher 1994, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001
    4 [​IMG] Alain Prost 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988
    3 [​IMG] Stirling Moss 1956, 1960, 1961
    [​IMG] Jackie Stewart 1966, 1971, 1973
    2 [​IMG] Juan Manuel Fangio 1950, 1957
    [​IMG] Maurice Trintignant 1955, 1958
    [​IMG] Niki Lauda 1975, 1976
    [​IMG] Jody Scheckter 1977, 1979
    [​IMG] David Coulthard 2000, 2002
    [​IMG] Fernando Alonso 2006, 2007
    [​IMG] Mark Webber 2010, 2012
    [​IMG] Nico Rosberg 2013, 2014

    What no Seb?:whistling:
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  5. panande

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    Please sign me up :D
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  6. jimortality

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    Sign me up please
  7. Daiman Patel

    Daiman Patel
    RedShift Racing Staff Member Premium Member

  8. I'm in
  9. jimortality

    Premium Member

  10. Sign me out too please.
  11. Tal

    Premium Member

    im in
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  12. David O'Reilly

    David O'Reilly
    A bad quali means I can go forwards in the race.

    anyone know where you pit here?
    I know where we exit pits from but do we stop somewhere else?
  13. right hand on the start and finish straight.
    Ask for pitstop and you get the pit place shown.
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2015
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  14. Gijs van Elderen

    Gijs van Elderen
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    Indeed. assign a pit request button. It show you your pit spot.

    Be careful with the pit limit speed. It's 100km/h until the "exit" of the pit-lane (T1).
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  15. David O'Reilly

    David O'Reilly
    A bad quali means I can go forwards in the race.

    Guys it looks like I have V1.5 of the Ferrari installed. (which is the current version). The mod wants V1.0 (two versions ago).
    I deleted 1.5 but It wont seem to install 1.0 from the server. ASR only have V1.5 on their site (as does RD).
    Is there anywhere else I can download?

    Sorry for the hassle.

    found one
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  16. David O'Reilly

    David O'Reilly
    A bad quali means I can go forwards in the race.

    @Daiman Patel
    I just noticed that in the Mclaren you can only load 54 litres of fuel. 60 mins will be appr 95 litres. You also cant pit for fuel.
    Better get a setup sorted for the Ferrari!!!!!!

    I think it might be very nice to get the McLaren fuel capacity changed if at all possible as the V1.0 Ferrari (from Sept) is not as nice to drive as the McLaren. Its appr 5 sec lap slower and a bit of a battle.
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2015
  17. Daiman Patel

    Daiman Patel
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    @David O'Reilly oh dear, I'm awfully sorry about this. I completely forgot to check the version of the Ferrari being used - I will update it to v1.5 momentarily. :D Following this update the capacity for the Ferrari (as far as I can tell) will be the same as that of the McLaren. Also, unless my understanding of the parameters is completely wrong (it's difficult to be certain without testing since the documentation is so poor), the maximum fuel capacity of both should be 70L according to this:

    (Maybe @Dennis, @Frederic Schornstein or @Gijs van Elderen could shed some light on this :p).

    Regardless, I find this quite strange - you would think that the tank is set to be at least been big enough for the duration of a typical race (~90 minutes) if refuelling wasn't allowed. Either that, or if refuelling was allowed then it would be enabled.

    Based on the fact that both cars now use the same values I can do one of two things:
    1. Change the race format - two 30 minute races, with a full reverse grid for the second race
    2. Enable refuelling for both cars
    What do you think would be the best option? Given that the race is tomorrow the first option would certainly be the easiest. It might be possible to sort out an update in time, but I wouldn't be able to work on it until I get home this evening.
  18. Daiman Patel

    Daiman Patel
    RedShift Racing Staff Member Premium Member


    The server has been started up again with v1.5 of the Ferrari (this can be downloaded via GetMod), and with the race session set to 30 minutes (for the moment, given the size of the fuel tanks on both cars and the inability to refuel).
  19. Dennis

    RedShift Racing Staff Member

    As far as I know this setting is not documented, but from trying out different values I think I figured out the formula:

    For FuelRange=(x,y,z) the fuel tank size is: z*y+x

    So in the case of FuelRange=(7.432432,0.675676, 70) it's 70*0.67+7.4=54 :thumbsup:

    Edit: FuelSetting describes the default amount of fuel. So a value of 189 does not make much sense - parts of the HDV where probably copied from a different car.
  20. Daiman Patel

    Daiman Patel
    RedShift Racing Staff Member Premium Member

    HAHA! Damn, I spent ages trying to determine whether or not there was a formula for calculating the maximum size of the tank. :unsure: I just couldn't work it out; I got as far as multiplying z and y, but didn't do anything with x. :giggle: Also, I wasn't sure if each of the values represented something like the minimum amount, step size and maximum amount - clearly I was wrong! :roflmao: Though I know for certain that the 3rd parameter is the maximum size of the tank / amount of fuel (assuming that the 1st and 2nd parameters are both set as 1.0).

    Anyway, thanks for that Dennis, that makes much more sense. Though it makes me wonder what x and y represent; y may simply be the scale factor for the tank, and x potentially the value for other fuel in the system, however these are just wild guesses. :p
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