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Car smoke

Discussion in 'F1 2012 - The Game' started by DomiTalent, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. DomiTalent

    DomiTalent

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    Hey there,
    I got a problem.
    When I'm driving (only recognized in career) my car smokes. I don't know why, Itried some Setups but nothing happens.

    Anyone knows the reason?
     
  2. Dene Smith

    Dene Smith

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    to aggressive with gear changes as i have this problem and have got to learn to slow down then change gear.
     
  3. Justin Siemers

    Justin Siemers

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    ^^^this. Slow down your gear changes.
     
  4. Darth-Fluffy

    Darth-Fluffy

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    Happens to me on auto gears
     
  5. Justin Siemers

    Justin Siemers

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    Hmm.. Did you use a flashback?
     
  6. samletigre

    samletigre

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    how to fix that ?
     
  7. DolbyHome

    DolbyHome

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    same problem even when i drive to pit.... :(
     
  8. DomiTalent

    DomiTalent

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    But when I slow down my gearchanges
    1. I'm too slow
    2. I brake very soon (don't ask why .____.)
     
  9. Black_Gold_Saw

    Black_Gold_Saw

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    Also happens when using flashbacks..
    Just a stupid bug i geuss
     
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  10. Andrew Ford

    Andrew Ford
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    you have to get used to matching your engine revs to speed - rev matching is a skill applied by real racing drivers. don't know how important in formula 1 but i guess synchronised shifting helps you monitor the revs more easily - if you shift too quickly the revs will be too high and the engine roars. you have to get used to listening to the engine.

    it is best to "push" the brake pedal in rather than slam. do it smoothly. by the time you have compressed the pedal, start shifting down. you CAN shift quickly if you have reduced the speed significantly - almost like you are allowing the gears to catch up to the revs.

    i seem to go faster tho when i brake first and then gradually downshift so that a) i'm not damaging engine but b) using SOME engine braking to slow the car through even well timed shifts. this is especially effective in the rain.
     
  11. Phobidamoon

    Phobidamoon

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    Also happened to me with Ferrari. Damn, I cant play. : / (Automatic gear change.)