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Practice regime

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by jimortality, Dec 1, 2013.

  1. jimortality

    jimortality
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    Just wondering If you people have a regime of practice on your sims. Maybe a certain track you will decide to spend an hour on each night after work or do you just go with what you fancy at the time. How many hours a day do you sim? Will you just practice for a certain race or series. how do you learn what you need to with playing different sims with different cars and tracks? This covers all different sims so I put this in off topic :thumbsup: It will be interesting to hear how you people learn.
     
  2. Alberto Casado

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    I've found that mixing too many sims hurts speed. Of course, it is still better to hop sims than not training at all, but if I switch it takes me several sessions to trust the car.
     
  3. Rui F. Martins

    Rui F. Martins
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    i ussualy try to play as often as i can, i can't play everyday, so i do it as often as possible, i ussualy try to practice or the races i have coming up, leagues, race clubs and such, but sometimes i just drive whatever comes into my head. If i'm not practising for a league or a club race i switch games with some frequency, i paly rfactor 1 and 2, then i give Race07 a go, then GtLegends, gtr2.