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Toro Rosso vs. Williams

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by Bashford94, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. What car would be better for me to enter the 3rd season with?


    if i acecpt torro rosso i will be number 1 driver and staying for another year (i'm at rosso atm)

    If i acecpt Williams i will be number 2 driver.

    Which is the better option to go with in terms of overall performance and chances to get your rep up. I'm currently at Singapore with a level 26 reputation


    Many thanks
     
  2. Chris Jenkins

    Chris Jenkins
    Driving til the wheels fall off

    Who has the harder season objective? Go with the person with the lower one to get your reputation up more
     
  3. they both have the same :/ that's why iwondering which would be more effective :)
     
  4. Chris Jenkins

    Chris Jenkins
    Driving til the wheels fall off

    In that case, go with the one thats higher in the championship
     
  5. in that case i'll be staying with Toro Rosso, does it matter where the team finishes?
     
  6. David O'Reilly

    David O'Reilly
    A bad quali means I can go forwards in the race.

    It will affect the cars base performance in the game. Cars go up a tier if the constructor result is above their tier.
     
  7. Is the result cascading if you change teams? For example you got Torro Rosso 4th in the Championship, then you switch to Sauber for next season. Will in that next season, Torro Rosso be better and go up a tier because I had a good result with them, even if I switched to Sauber for that season?
     
  8. Car will still improve even if you are not with them, I assume. There is no reason for the car NOT to improve.
     
  9. David O'Reilly

    David O'Reilly
    A bad quali means I can go forwards in the race.

    Good question.
    If you have improved your teams standings it goes up.
    I do recall reading a post where some one commented that they saw their old team was getting much better results even without them.