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Question About "Equal" Performance.

Discussion in 'F1 2011 - The Game' started by James Myers, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. I Joined a race recently on Valencia where the host had set all of the cars to equal performance. I was driving a Williams which I am also driving in the career. So I chose the setup I had for Valencia. The car did not seem to perform anywhere near the same as I remember, even in the long straight it did not reach the rev limit. When Equal is chosen does that negate all setups? If not then is there one specific car that all others are equal to, so we should tune for that car? If it does negate setups then why let us choose one?
  2. The Setup has nothing to do .You can change what you want.Equal performance means that all cars are identical. In version 2010 was like that,when you join equal performance race all cars are Red Bull.CM stated this. In your case two different cars with the same setup feel very different. You aren't driving a williams , even if you're sitting in it :)
  3. Career Williams in 1st season is completely different car from Williams in Grand Prix, which is again completely different then Williams played online if cars are set to 'equal'.

    In F1 2010 'equal' cars were based on Red Bull, don't know if the same was confirmed for this year.
  4. Thanks for the replies.
  5. I don't think the Red Bull is the online car this year, because I tuned on it for my club races and when I got online the car felt different. For one thing the rear is more loose.