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Drivers Acadamy - Next event

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Rivvern, May 21, 2015.

  1. Rivvern

    www.MasterArms.se Premium

    Ok. So iv'e signed up for the BMW M235i Racing Cup and I practiced alot on silverstone before the qualy to the league which later took place on Spa.

    When i see the laptimes of the other drivers have im both very impressed but also a bit frustrated, How the hell do they do it?!
    Im +5.230 seconds behind the leader which is pretty much the same as standing still.
    What am i doing wrong? :)

    So when will the next drivers acadamy take place or can some kind soul take me for a lesson?
  2. Nick Milton

    Nick Milton
    Premium Race Ban

    same here , some online drivers are quicker than real drivers, cant work it out.
  3. Frank

    Administrator Staff Premium

    @Bram Hengeveld handles the academy.

    There are some techniques that will improve your lap times for sure, using the whole track, coasting and knowing how to brake make big differences. Also don't forget the amount of practice people put in for leagues, some go 300 + laps.
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  4. Brendan Little

    Brendan Little

    Race with faster drivers, I do the GT3 on a Wednesday with a load of people 10x faster then me and i've improved 10 fold over what I was. Still no where near some of them but I'm happy I can come of the server happy i've done alright. Will defo join the next cup championship even more so if its GT3.
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  5. Rivvern

    www.MasterArms.se Premium

    Thanks for the advice. I got some personal help for tonight!

    But still interested in some driving lessons. I know its alot of PCars at the moment.
    Just showing my interest, don't feel forced to organize an event.
  6. Did not know there have been academy/training sessions here. I've also improved a hell of a lot in the past few weeks through practice and watching some of the fast guys, but still have a long, long way to go. This sounds good, would love the opportunity to sponge some knowledge from the machines!