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Monaco Problems

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by ginnegabber, Nov 28, 2010.

  1. ginnegabber

    ginnegabber

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    Hello Race friends,

    I'm stefan from holland and having some problems with the circuit in Monaco.
    and it's making me frustrating.

    Corner 6 is the problem. I'm playing my carreer, the third round.
    I'm having a contract with ferrari.
    So i'm good on the way.
    For now i've won 5 races in a row and stuck at Monaco. I'm always stuck in Monaco.

    Can someone please tell me what i have to change on the car so i can take turn 6!!!!
    Or maybe a drivers tip? May i'm appraoching the turn wrong.

    I hope to hear from someone soon.

    Stefan
     
  2. reecegee

    reecegee

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    Hairpin??? 2nd gear wide entry, hit apex accelerate seadily out of it then full throttle when u straighten up hope this helps :)
     
  3. Erik Engman

    Erik Engman

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    Not sure exactly what problem you're having with it but just take it slow, as mentioned, wide entry and careful on the throttle so you don't spin. And don't touch the kerbs, or maybe it wasd turn 7 that had the kerbs of death that'll spin you no matter what or how you do it.
     
  4. DjTap

    DjTap

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    just take it easy, it is the slowest turn in Formula 1, so don't expect to blaze through the corner :D
     
  5. Andrew Bortz

    Andrew Bortz
    GoldenBortz

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    Turn 6 is the hairpin and ditto to what others have said nice and wide and steady.
     
  6. Senad Subasic

    Senad Subasic

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    I had troubles in Monaco, but in netKar Pro. I only have 180 degrees of rotation in my wheel, and I couldn't make the turn without practically stopping the car, and giving it a bit of gas so the back comes out.

    If that's the problem you're having, try increasing the steering ratio a bit.