The author of the mod fixed the heavy traction so kudos for that and yet it's a very good version of Bahrain. What stops me from giving it 5 stars is that it seems to be lacking night lighting in the stands and when you're crossing the finishing line during the night it feels a bit dark and lifeless. But during the day it's a very good mod! Good job!
I do have a slight issue with the helmet though. Loads perfectly on the menu's but in a race situation the helmet presents a random range of colours? Can't quite figure out how to fix it! Any ideas? :)
Nevertheless, still great work! Hope to see some more mods from yourself soon! :)
Looks fantastic, one of my favorite on the site. I can confirm the copy and paste livery works now, and I appreciate you adding both black and white liveries in that so it can be easily switched throughout the season.
A tip for the team name - I called it Repsol H0NDA Team, with the number 0 instead of O (game allows this). It is barely noticeably with the in-game font and since the actual Honda logo is in all caps I think it works well.
Really good job ı am so happy with it but if it is possible ı want you to change the number 10 (Gasly's Number) to another number so I can use it for my career, the number really doesn't matter. Thanks for your effort one more time.
Don't use Sol and have now tried every Assetto Corsa known to man. Most don't work nicely as in, there's always a colour problem of some sort. Chris Kennedy's Natural filter was my go to one but after trying this one - WOW! Totally changed the look of Assetto for me.
Better colouring, the enviroment doesn't look washed out - some stuff just pops out at me and I'm very impressed with this filter. So if you're like me and using CSP without Sol and want better visuals, I think this is the best yet and tbh it doesn't seem to affect my fps either.
I tried sol recently and i had performance issues but admittedly Sol did make Assetto look punchier. This filter is the nearest to looking like Sol without using Sol.