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is there really need to warm up the tyres on get real?

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by luxtpm, Mar 28, 2013.

  1. luxtpm

    luxtpm

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    like to get a really fast lap you have to go so close the limit i just make a fast lap out of ten, so i never warm up my tyres doing some warming laps its always a first one and yet get very close to number one, within 0.5 second usually less

    i would say rrre works as previous simbin titles in which in time attack tyres are always at optimum grip and temp

    i even did this experiment: i put the nose of the car against the wall and spin the back wheels skidding, i did this for 3 minutes and where i should have destroyed my tyres i noticed nothing

    i had a trick in race 07 when hotlapping taking into account tyres are always in optimum temp and is set camber to maximum which would have the effect in rea life to destroy the tyres but on time attack setting gives you maximum grip

    what do you guys think of this?
     
  2. Peter

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    I'm thinking........
     
  3. Andy Kettler

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    Weird methodes... But i recognized that the tires have more grip after a couple of laps...
     
  4. luxtpm

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    yes well then i suppose you need to warm up the tyres but they dont wear out, really so far i dont think ive had patience to give more than 4 laps in a row as personal record

    this is good cause it means i can improve my times but bad cause i have to complete the bad laps, 9 out of 10


    but if you cant see tyre temps how are you suppose to set camber right?
     
  5. Andi Goodwin

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    tyres do need warming up thats for sure and they do wear out as they eventually drop right off near the end of there lifespan (1-2 seconds a lap slower)

    Andi
     
  6. luxtpm

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    well i guess i have to work on my consistency and smoothness

    thanks a lot for the heads up i think i can improve my times a lot now :)
     
  7. luxtpm

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    i think i found whats going on:

    in the one player settings on get real settings you can tick on or off tyre wear and heat options

    you had it on i had it off thats why we were experiencing differently