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Track Rules - Suzuka

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Sean Kenney, Oct 14, 2014.

  1. Sean Kenney

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    So, I am a newb at racing, but I thought I understood the track rules. I am racing in the WTCC Suzuka time attack competition and I can't really figure out why, sometimes, I get an invalid lap. I look on the replay and it doesn't look much different than the times I get 2-3 tires off the track, bc on tire is still on the track and it is in a green painted area.

    So I guess my question is, what are the rules?

    Get real mode. Honda Civic.
     
  2. Emilio

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    Maybe if you could record a replay of an invalid lap, there might be someone who will tell you what happened there...
     
  3. Sean Kenney

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    yeah, probably best
     
  4. Sean Kenney

    Sean Kenney

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    where are my screenshots and videos stored?
     
  5. Peter

    Peter
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    In the Media hud.
     
  6. Sean Kenney

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  7. shardshunt

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    the rule is two wheels on the racing surface (in between the lines) if you but wtcc have the luxury of race stewards who can determine if time has been gained or lost. penalty scripts are very hard to make. (iv never seen a good one) so r3e has opted for a very strict one until they complete a full one
     
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