Absolutely fantastic return to form after 2.3.1. The NSX-R seems perfect, and even includes such idiosyncrasies such as high sensitivity to rear toe changes (Acura got sued for too much toe-in on the rear causing premature tire wear - They were trying to make the car safer for us clueless American buyers no doubt). I really enjoy driving it with the 90's tires especially, which give the car just enough grip to handle the relatively low power available. Thank you so much for this.
I love it! Only one problem: Fuel consumption. I only managed 26 km on the nordschleife using a full 37 litre tank. Not enough to do an outlap followed by a hot lap. Is there a way I can adjust this. It work out about 2 mpg!
Thank you for a nice skin. One hope is that the gap between the size of the Mercedes Benz triangle pattern on the side of the car is small and tight in 2019, but larger and wider gap in 2020. I hope this update will be available if possible.
Excellent work! This was one of my favourites in Grand Prix Legends, and I love how you captured the atmosphere!
Having said that, I read through some of the ratings here, because I recalled the track was layout slightly different in GPL.
jokacz is right - the "Gresil" corner was a flat out single apex, which was tightening a little at the end, making it a real "corner of courage" and giving great chance of overtaking on the long straight following, if the guy before you chickened out, or did not get the exit properly.
The "Scierie" corner (the one with cobble stones) is nicely done by you, but before start finish, there was a very fast right hand corner - the "Virage du Paradis" - which in your version is almost a straight line, while in the 1960s, it was also tightening, making it tricky on entry.