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Kazuki Nakajima tries Dallara SF14 simulator

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Xosé Estrada, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. Xosé Estrada

    Xosé Estrada

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  2. Wow look the graphics are plain and dated looking, they better burn that sim!! How could a real driver drive that for more than 1 minute?!! (sarcasm). Wait I get it, physics and driving is what matters in a real sim, to a real driver, but us wanna be's go on rants, bitching and moaning because a sims graphics aren't good enough, haha.

    Joking aside, I really hope that sim isn't based on Assetto Corsa or RFactor 2. In real life even when not pushing on a qualy lap the car still moves around, you still correct, turn into the corner at different rates and all, but in this video every corner is one smooth constant turn, hold, return to centre, one smooth turn, hold, return to centre, one smooth turn, hold, return to centre. Repeat process for very corner. Reminds me of older project cars videos, turn wheel once, hold, return to centre, turn wheel once, hold, return to centre., repeat, repeat.
  3. rFactor Pro?
  4. Bram

    Administrator Staff Premium

    I recognize the awesome Hexatech simulator from Cruden so it can only be our good old Racer :) http://www.racedepartment.com/forum/forums/racer.117/

    Such an amazing experience as after 10 minutes in that machine I was totally worn out. Well done Kuza
  5. Von Butters

    Von Butters

    Oh man, I'd really love a try in a simulator like that. Problem is, i wouldn't be able to get up the stairs, let alone climb in and use it.
    One can dream though!