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Drifting

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Dietmar, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. Dietmar

    Dietmar

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    Sorry for a that, but can somebody try to explain how to drift?

    (Tried the drift challange, but complete failure based on drivers missing capabilities :) )
     
  2. Tomaz Selcan

    Tomaz Selcan

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    U press the trottle and let the rear side of car to slide, and than you need to catch it with your steering wheel. ;)
     
  3. Dietmar

    Dietmar

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    yeah, but I guess it is a question to timing, i tend to understeer out of the corner (means I am to fast), so guess I drift while leaving the corner!? So stear and actually start turning and then throttel and try to catch (and failing in my case :D).
     
  4. GamerMuscle

    GamerMuscle

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    This is kinda how you drift the Fabarth
     
  5. Kristóf Kerekes

    Kristóf Kerekes

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    The technique of the guy is quite bad though. Assetto Corsa doesn't tolerate the "shift-up to get some powaaaa" method to start a drift. Rather enter a corner in a specific gear a bit slower than intended and most of the cars will have enough power to start the back of the car. At least that's what I recommend for beginners.
     
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