Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by Bram, Jun 25, 2011.
Last year it was Jenson Button setting a 1’38.766. How do your laptimes compare to the real pro?
A 1:41:531 in a Lotus in career/expert which is a tenth faster then Kovalainen this year .
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Last year's pole lap was a 1'37.587 from Vettel; a 1'38.7 would only have been good enough for 13th.
Qualifying laps do not count towards fastest lap / lap records. Only race laps are included.
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1:38.679 from racedepartments league 1 race on the PC so pretty damn close to the real thing.
the laptimes this year arent comparable to the game because in real you have DRS and kers. but the game is faster than this. i know some guys who drives low 1.37 and they think about 1.36^^
i hate this track. i cant drive fast there^^
Oh, for sure. Are you all doing 100% races to get your times, then? >_>
Lol ^^ 1.42 summat, but I ran out of fuel 3 laps before the end, on that
Sort of agree with you here although id say 50% upwards are good enough to compare since whatever distance you start at you always start with a full fuel load its just depending on how long the race is for example 50% race will burn through fuel at twice the rate than a full race.
Not comparing them to this year Bram asked if our times in the race consist with last years pace.
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