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Contract time.... Help :-)

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by garethscott79, May 20, 2011.

  1. garethscott79

    garethscott79

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    Hi there all,

    Im in need of your guys help. Im close to the end of my 1st season with 5 races remaining riving for force india. Im currently leading the championship and i have offers off most of the teams except mclaren,ferrari, redbull and renault. Now do I go for the likes of mercedes and get a better deal, go for a more middle ish team or stick with force india or a lower team and build up my reputation?
    I read some where that if i sign for a bigger team it slows my reputation down?
    What would you guys do?
     
  2. glight

    glight

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    Force India and Mercedes use the same engine so their cars have similar speed. Mercedes usually finish ahead of Force India so they might have a bit better performance in the game. A move to Sauber or Toro Rosso would be more of a lateral move (or even a small step down). So I think your best choices would be to stick with Force India or move to Mercedes.

    I don't know if you get less rep from signing with a bigger team but if that is true then it would be better to stick with Force India if your goal is to get a drive with one of the top teams.

    Personally, I would sign with Mercedes.

    (side note: doesn't Force India have a pitlane bug?)
     
  3. David O'Reilly

    David O'Reilly
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    How long is yr career?
    You need to decide if you want to be in the fastest possible car soonest or to grow a small team as #1 driver and get that satisfaction.
    It also depends what challenge you want from AI/assists. Legend/no assists full sim etc is a different cup of tea to say pro/with assists. For example I was getting regular podiums in yr 1 in the lotus. Yr 2 I turned off ABS/TCS, turned on Tyre Sim, Rules, damage. It got a lot more challenging. Remember that the deal generated by beating your nominated rival will be a 1 year deal unless your rep points get to their required level.
    I'm in 2nd yr of 7 year career with Lotus. The Lotus is getting faster (even Jarno somewhat )as we get R&D goals.
    The smaller teams will get faster season on season (ie go up the tiers) if you perform well. I've signed for 3rd year @£10.5m and want to win the WDC with Lotus.
    See what I mean. There is no right answer.