• Little Aussie Racing Cars: For when three-wide around a hairpin isn't quite close enough.
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china hot lap

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by andrew smith, May 5, 2014.

  1. andrew smith

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  2. Chris Knight

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    is that rfactor 2 or microprose grand prix 2?
     
    • Haha Haha x 3
  3. andrew smith

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    rfactor 2 but ive stuck all my graphics own so the game runs smooth on my pc
     
  4. andrew smith

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    down
     
  5. Ho3n3r

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    Using a pad? Otherwise you need to be a bit smoother on the inputs on your wheel. That will help a lot :)
     
  6. andrew smith

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    no g27 wheel this was one of my first lap around china
     
  7. Peter Helmbro

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    why do you post this on racedepartment?
     
  8. andrew smith

    andrew smith

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    to show everyone how im doing on my laps
     
  9. Martin Hodás

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    lool, indeed, microprose graphics
     
  10. Tume

    Tume
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    Well...all I can say is that you need a lot of practice, but it's looking good, you just need to pay attention to the racing line, gears and braking points...

    Also, was it really necessary putting all that info in the video title? :D