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BMW Me E92 S1 at Gentrack1: No timing?

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Ernest Aubert, Jun 28, 2014.

  1. Ernest Aubert

    Ernest Aubert

    I've just had a try with that car at that track to determine whether I might be interested in joining tomorrow's race. It's not giving me any timing information, and the track doesn't show up in the profile. Is that the same for everyone, or is there something missing from my installation of the track?
  2. Georg Siebert

    Georg Siebert

    Does your install folder look like this?


    If yes, then it's correct.

    The laptimer of the miniapp with tyre temps/fuel/pos (sadly) doesn't work anymore since the last patch, however you can see your laptimes with the Performancedelta app or the Session ranking app or the timing screen in pit lane.

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  3. Andrej Svajger

    Andrej Svajger

    You can also use Rivali OV1 info, but if you wanna know if you're gonna be competitive today, RSR live timing app has some laptimes available. The track has some really tricky corners (at least for me) and will be great to race on. So please join the race, since grid size right now is rather small (10) for event to be held and we need YOU to make it acceptably big (12+).
  4. Tom Uytterhoeven

    Tom Uytterhoeven

    yeah gentrack is reaaaaaally tricky. Especially the chicane at the end.. the amount of people I have seen going into the wall.. wow just wow :p
  5. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld
    Administrator Staff Premium

    The club is not about being the fastest or ueber competitive. You can join when you are slow and you are also welcome when you are fast.

    Doesn't matter as not a single point is awarded.
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  6. Turk


    I've found if you want to finish near the top keeping the car on the track is the most important thing. There are a lot of spins over the course of a race (we're all pretty much amateurs) and if you can be the one that doesn't spin out you've a good chance of finishing in the top 5 at least. Fast or not.
    • Agree Agree x 1