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DTM 2013 AI skill

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by cenkcnk, Jan 3, 2015.

  1. i am triyng to race with ai cars in dtm 2013 season. i tried various of ai skill level including adaptive.
    but at every level, ai cars just hit me in the back like a tank. they don't lose their balance at all and they don't receive any penalties. i am racing with 21 ai cars so it becomes a torture.
  2. Emerson Meyer

    Emerson Meyer
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    Some people will say you are too slow... that is nothing wrong...
  3. i tried 80 ai level and i beat them with 2 laps on some tracks. even i am slow, are they allowed to hit me? and also they hit each other
  4. Brandon Wright

    Brandon Wright
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    Unfortunately, they don't seem to take into account that you might take a turn slower than they do so they just keep going full speed and hit you. It can be frustrating. But if you're getting hit it means you can/should take that turn faster. I try to use it as a learning tool and I've gotten faster around some tracks as a result, and don't get hit very often anymore.
  5. Have you already tried with deleting the Adaptive AI file located here?
    C:\Users\...\Documents\My Games\SimBin\RaceRoom Racing Experience \UserData\Player1\aiadaptation
    With every build the AI gets modified so it'd be better to start with a clean file. Also you'll need to do practice/quali sessions in order to teach the AAI with your pace and lines. They'll eventually adapt to your driving but you need to keep your eyes open during the first laps as the cars are obviously clustered and they've limited space to manouver. Expect some contact there but all in all I think R3E AAI is the best out there (even at this current stage)
  6. I try to avoid getting hit by turning fast , in some crowded corners I come across 4-5 cars , so I cannot do much thing but spin
    Is there something to do in order to improve my stability?