ACC Crew Chief: beta out now

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What will be missed the most .... the spotter ... a much better and less distractive feature than the radar ! :(
But ACC has a working spotter. I'm using that exclusively at the moment, i.e. "car left" etc. Which functionality are you missing from the spotter?
What is missing are engineer notes like gaps and laptimes of opponents. What I'd like would be a "real" engineer helping me with tyre pressures @ ambient temps, fuel amount, etc.
 

Jempy

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But ACC has a working spotter. I'm using that exclusively at the moment, i.e. "car left" etc. Which functionality are you missing from the spotter?

Using Crew Chief ... I didn't really need to hear the ACC spotter ... its sound was surely minimized so I even didn't notice that he was speaking at this moment ( together with CC maybe :D ).

He was mostly so silent for months that I never had the idea to let him say more !

Let's hope he's as efficient as the one in CC. ;)
Thanks for remembering me to give him in the future more voice power than before. :thumbsup:
 

AJ McDaddy

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But ACC has a working spotter. I'm using that exclusively at the moment, i.e. "car left" etc. Which functionality are you missing from the spotter?
What is missing are engineer notes like gaps and laptimes of opponents. What I'd like would be a "real" engineer helping me with tyre pressures @ ambient temps, fuel amount, etc.
It might just be me, but the ACC spotter is always inaccurate / can't be relied on when it comes to opponents cars.
 
But ACC has a working spotter. I'm using that exclusively at the moment, i.e. "car left" etc. Which functionality are you missing from the spotter?
What is missing are engineer notes like gaps and laptimes of opponents. What I'd like would be a "real" engineer helping me with tyre pressures @ ambient temps, fuel amount, etc.

If you want a better idea of how optimal your setup is, I advice you to have a look at the RST Racing Sim Tools app. I know it is not an engineer talking to you, but it still gives feedback with numbers and graphs based on your driving so you can use the numbers for tuning your setup. It's $15 per license and they cover a lot of the popular games. It even supports the same games on console, so I'm looking very much forward to the ACC on PS4. I'm not affiliated with them so this is not a commercial, just my personal opinion.
 
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If you want a better idea of how optimal your setup is, I advice you to have a look at the RST Racing Sim Tools app. I know it is not an engineer talking to you, but it still gives feedback with numbers and graphs based on your driving so you can use the numbers for tuning your setup. It's $15 per license and they cover a lot of the popular games. It even supports the same games on console, so I'm looking very much forward to the ACC on PS4. I'm not affiliated with them so this is not a commercial, just my personal opinion.
Do you use it? Is it for setup-experienced users?
 

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