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Season 16 - Vote - Car

Discussion in 'Presto GP' started by David Turnbull, Dec 15, 2015.

  1. ASR F1 1992

    11 vote(s)
    45.8%
  2. ISI Renault 3.5

    13 vote(s)
    54.2%
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  1. David Turnbull

    David Turnbull
    PrestoGP Veteran

    Hi guys,

    The results of both polls about your favourite open wheeler are fairly clear that R3.5 is the runnaway winner, what we will do is have a vote on which you think we should chose, 2 choices, either we stay with ASR 1992 or we go back to R3.5, you dont need to give reasons for your vote although you can if you like, this vote will be the last on car choice for a few seasons, we need to stick with it after this.

    So one last time all, What would be your choice to use going forward?
     
  2. Mark Breslin

    Mark Breslin
    Premium Member

    Went for ASR as I just couldn't/can't get the feel of R3.5.:whistling: Even adjusting the set-up the car responds differently to what I would expect! (unlike other cars). PLUS their are so many damn adjustments too tweak!!!!:O_o:
     
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  3. Just wondering if both cars are capable of optional skins? I think I read that the F1 1992 version that has been used is not ski able, but that there may be a version that is?
     
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  4. David Turnbull

    David Turnbull
    PrestoGP Veteran

    the asr mod we use atm is not skinnable, the r3.5 is :)
     
  5. Thanks David

    Is there a version of the ASR mod that is skin able and would it be possible to adopt it?
     
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  6. David Turnbull

    David Turnbull
    PrestoGP Veteran

    there may well be and that could be an option if the car mod was very similar to this one then it could be easy adopted for next season without too much fuss.
    :thumbsup:
     
  7. Sean Greenlaw

    Sean Greenlaw
    PrestoGP Veteran

    I had a quick check of the asr single cars and they come with skin templates http://www.asrformula.com/
    EDIT: Actually still doesn't work i'll need to have good check the 96 car comes with template but the 91 McLaren doesn't have any templates(remember I also tried to gues a skin and install and it didn't work with current mod) but the 96 Ferrari only the body template opens, wings says not enough memory ?
     
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  8. Tim McIver

    Tim McIver
    PrestoGP Veteran Premium Member

    I voted to stay with ASR 92. I'm not convinced we need to stick with it long term. I agree we don't want to be switching and changing too often (which is partly why I want to stick with it now) but I think we should be very opening to switching if ISI release a new open wheeler that is suitable. It think we particularly want to stay with the latest tire model (which I understand is coded into the car rather than the sim itself). I presume that when ISI finally get around to doing some work on weather that the stock content will be updated to make the most of it.

    In summary, I really like driving the ASR 92, but I'd be very keen to change if weather and strategy can be better utilised with fresh ISI (or mod) content. Looking forward to Season 16.
     
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  9. JeffL

    JeffL
    Right on Brother, I hear ya, it's all good. Premium Member

    +1
     
  10. What is r3.5?
     
  11. Mark Breslin

    Mark Breslin
    Premium Member

    Formula Renault 3.5 ;)
     
  12. ASR_1992 version 1,70 are skinable, they have more power and are a bit easier to drive. Lot of fun to have when racing with them, but PrestoGP is high level drivers so i guess most people prefer version1,81 for that resaon, even though they are not skinable. Question is, do we want more fun or more challenge? Btw i vote for ASR, but as i'm never regular driver, feel free to discard my vote. :thumbsup:
     
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