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How is F309 driven IRL?

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by Zzyzx, Mar 22, 2014.

  1. Zzyzx

    Zzyzx

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    Does anyone know how the F309 (Formula 3) works in real life? I can see it has a sequential stick shifter but should I use auto-blip and auto-cut?

    If anyone knows for def I would be grateful.

    Thanks,
    :cool:
     
  2. Wedsley Dias

    Wedsley Dias

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    South American Formula 3 (Dallara F309) in real life:
    Gearbox - Hewland - 6 speeds / sequential (Lever). The left paddle behind the wheel is responsible for cutting the engine when changing gears without the driver needs to slow down (Technology called Power Shift).
     
  3. Zzyzx

    Zzyzx

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    Hmm, so are you saying the left paddle kind of acts like the clutch?
     
  4. oppolo

    oppolo

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    no, left pad cut off the electricity to spark plugs, unfortunately in GSC is not simulated, it was well simulated in the earlier versions of netkar
     
  5. Zzyzx

    Zzyzx

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    OK so what do they do with the clutch? Do they clutch for upshifts, throttle blip for downshifts etc?

    Thanks,