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EU Formula 1 @ Mugello - Race Event - Sun 28.09.14

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Racing Club' started by Georg Siebert, Sep 23, 2014.

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    "The One You Have Been Waiting For"

    Server: #2
    Max servers: 1
    Max number of participants: 15 (20)
    Cars: FC1 2014 season - Brackley GP, Enstone GP, Scuderia Maranello
    Cars download: click here

    Booking: 17:30 GMT
    Warm up: 18:30 GMT
    Qualifying: 18:45 GMT
    Break: 19:15 GMT
    Start practice: 19:20 GMT
    Race: 19:30 GMT
    Race distance: 25 laps
    Estimated end of event: 20:15 GMT

    Participation requires a license: click here
    Racing Club rules and License info: click here
    Teamspeak password:
    click here
    Teamspeak installation guide: click here

    ||| It is imperative that you give back the position,
    if you make contact and disadvantage another driver.
    If proven, noncomplience will result in a 30 day license suspension.


    This event
    • Attendance at either Free Practice 1 or Free Practice 2 is mandatory to be eligable to participate in this event.
    • Sign ups for this event will only be accepted from attendees of either Free Practice 1 or Free Practice 2.
    • Teamspeak is mandatory during this event - headphones/speakers + mic.
    • Earlier event start than usual.
    • Different event structure than usual.
    • Time of day will be set at 14:00h.
    • Standing Start for the race.
    • This event has a minimal number of 5 participants to take place.
    • Disabled grip dynamics.
    • Tyre wear will be set to 40% /// subject to change
    • Penalties will be enabled during this event.
    • Two times race start practice before official race start.
    • Performance warning: 2 out of 3 cars don't have extra LODs and will cause more GPU load than usual.
    • Performance warning: racing with AI will cause exceptional high CPU load.
    • Max number of clients may be increased to 20, if server and client performance allows it.
    • Visit the 24/7 server from Tuesday to test this combination.
    • Example setup for the Brackley - click here
    In general
    • Server will be up, close to or at 17:30 GMT.
    • Booking starts at 17:30 GMT.
    • Sign out before 17:00 GMT, if you don't know for certain you can participate in this event or can't book in time.
    • Passwords are sent via private message before or at 17:30 GMT.
    • Mechanical damage set to 0%.
    • Fuel consumption set to 100%.
    • Call out on teamspeak to inform slower cars they are about to be lapped.
    • Make a new post for a better overview, if you do need to sign out.
    • To ensure a level playing field, set the ambient temperature to the default 26°C - example.
    • Check & load up your Race-setup after Qualifying.
    • For custom car liveries click here.
    • For car setups click here.
    • If anything goes wrong with the server, please leave here a message immediately.
    • Our racing clubs are foremost meant to gain online experience - this is not a league race. It's not about the results, it is meant to be fun.
    • Priority access: if the number of sign-ups exceeds the max number of participants, premium members are going to be given priority access for this event.
    • If you haven't already: buy Assetto Corsa directly from the RD Store for € 29,99.
    Entry list
    1. Georg Siebert (Race Director)
    2. Tomi Manninen
    3. Rob Sharp
    4. Ronny Nunez
    5. Catalin Sasu
    6. Adria Perez
    7. Kristoffer Somby
    8. John Spillers
    9. Michal Moravec
    10. Emil Praga
    11. Henri Sinik
    12. Nathan Pearce
    13. Geoffroy Tassenoy
    14. Hamzalija Meco
    15. Charilaos Christakopoulos
    16. Galin Dimov
    17. Karl Raper
    18. -
    19. -
    UTP: 39
    Last edited: Sep 28, 2014
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  2. Very cool idea to organize fp's to improve the quality of the race, this way it can only get better!

    Sadly I can't attend either one of the fp's, don't have a mic and my pc probably doesn't like this many fc1 cars. :(

    Will join again next time, I'm interested to see how this approach turns out!
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  9. eSEA One

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    Yes sign me up Please. Got to check the performance of my PC setup for this
  10. The 24/7 server is open.
    Formula 1 @ Mugello
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  12. Please sign me up (also signed up for P1)

  13. A small report on tyre degradation:

    did a 40 min stint (24, 25 laps) on medium tyres with the Merc on the 24/7 server with 40 % tyre deg, the same % as in the Notes.

    The tyres need half a lap to warm up and 2 laps to reach 100% grip. They stay stable and predictable for 15 laps afterwards and decline first to 99 and then 98% (naturally). After lap 17/18 they loose tangible grip and drop to 97, 96% in the last 7 to 6 laps.

    This behavior seems reasonable, a small build up, stable grip for the majority of the race and some tyre management and grip loss to the end.

    Be aware that these numbers can vary with setup, driving style & track.
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    ”Maximum Attack!” Premium

    Sign me up please.
  15. eSEA One

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    I am going to opt out! reasons posted in FP2 post
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  17. For reference:

    sidebar symbols , overview and live tyre temperature and pressure values

    a higher coefficient means of course more lift or drag.

    'Lift' can mean "lift" (i) like on an airplane airfoil, or downforce. In AC, a positive CL (coefficient of lift) means downforce, a negative "lift" (i).
    Drag either exists or not and the CD (coefficient of drag) is therefore always positive.
    Drag equation:


    [​IMG] is the drag force, which is by definition the force component in the direction of the flow velocity
    [​IMG] is the mass density of the fluid
    [​IMG] is the speed of the object relative to the fluid and
    [​IMG] is the surface area.

    [​IMG] = always positive
    [​IMG] = is squared, so always positive
    [​IMG]= always positive
    1/2 = positive
    [​IMG] to be negative (a push force behind the car) is not valid, therefore is CD always positive.
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2014
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    I never lose. Either I win, or I learn. Premium

    Sign me up, pls.
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