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No clean drivers

Discussion in 'F1 2011 - The Game' started by Zhondo, Jul 20, 2012.

  1. Zhondo

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    y is it that hen u drive online there's no clean drivers people cheat, anyone ooking for a fun clea race add me psn:Zhondo...
     
  2. Lars Brugman

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  3. Bram Hengeveld

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    *moved to the correct forum*
     
  4. Tom

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    Was just about to do that as well. :cautious:
     
  5. Kristian Nenov

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    You could say your platform tho :rolleyes:
     
  6. Victor Ivanov

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    Read it again :)
     
  7. Kristian Nenov

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    Woops. My bad. It looks like I wasn't paying attention. :D
     
  8. Rich Maskell

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    It's terrible at the moment.

    Played against a cheating spaniard last week at Catalunya and he shoved me out of the way. He got a penalty but he was a bout 6 seconds ahead. On the final lap, he waits on the straight for me - I try to swerve out of his way as he is stationary, and actively drives into my path to make sure a penalty is given against me. All because he knew I was within 10 seconds of him.

    What sort of person you you have to be to do that sort of thing?
     
  9. Karl Fuss

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    An annoying one.
    Drivers like that are the thing that drove me to look for a league where people were taken at their word to follow the rules. I haven't had an online race with random people since, and don't plan to.
     
  10. Victor Ivanov

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    That's the main reason I almost never play random online races. Even here in RD we have situations but they are nothing compared to those in random onlines.
     
  11. Gareth Jones

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    I'm quite new to playing online and am pretty shocked at the thuggery I witness in almost every race I do. Although I have to admit it can be very funny sometimes to see cars flying around everywhere.
     
  12. Shaun Mayo

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    hi, why don`t you join ARL racing league,they cater for PS3/Xbox 360 F1 2011 racers like yourself who only want clean racing, I use 2 do online racing with all sorts of guys on PS3 multiplayer mode,Got really pissed off with guys just bargeing me off so they could win at any cost,I joined ARL racing league,theirs no dirty driving on their,they don`t allow it,just put it in your browser mate:)
     
  13. Karl Fuss

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    Although competition is healthy, I'm not sure a Pepsi salesman would walk into a Coca-cola office and say "Hey guys, if you're thirsty for some cold and refreshing soda, why not take the Pepsi Challenge?"

    You are bound to find cleaner drivers in a league than you are in a random public lobby. Any league.
     
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  14. Shaun Mayo

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    My God you are so right,How stupid of me not to see that:rolleyes:
     
  15. Tom

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    Funny thing, I recently bought a new mobile - had a Blackberry Bold and wanted an iPhone 4S. My carrier, Orange France, would've charged me 600€ for said phone after being with them for 6 years and only asking for a new phone once.

    The woman in the Orange store told me I should change carriers because that's the only way to get a new phone for an acceptable price. She even looked the prices with different carriers up for me and found a pretty great offer. 150€ for the phone, same contract, got 70€ back from the new carrier because I kept my old number.

    Slightly off-topic but well, it can happen! :p
     
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