F1 1993 @ Monza 88 - Sun February 28th 2010

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Ivo Simons

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Servername: RACEDEPARTMENT.COM F1
Mod: Formula 1 1993 V1.1
Track: Monza 88
Event start: 20.00 GMT
Practice: 20 Minutes
Qualification: 10 Minutes Superpole (Escape after you did your timed lap, otherwise you get a DQ)
Warmup: 5 Minutes
Race: 2x13 laps

Traction Control: Low allowed
Damage Multiplier: 30 %

Notes:
1: Click here to read the password and golden rules!

2: Technical info

Boost
1: Optimum fuel economy.
10: 14% more power but 28% more fuel consumption

Downforce
Always run more front wing than back wing. The difference must be at least 5 clicks.

Caster
Default is 2 which is too low. Run at 4 at least.

Rev limit
The rev limit for these cars is 15000. But never use that in the race. Maximum you can use without blowing your engine is 14800 and you need to use even lower if you are a hard downshifter.
 

Ivo Simons

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Entry List:

- Ivo Simons
- Toby Davis
- Mattia Gottardi
- Martin Bulgin
- Lee Palmer
- Adam Eggbeer
- Valerio Vinassa
- Mark Birney
- Carl Gianetti
- Martin Vrba
- Rhys Gardiner
- Bob Luneski
- Ferry Koek
- Rob Hills
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Toby Davis

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You know the score, Ivo, and this time I shall practice doing laps which are consistent so I don't look like a noob this time, if I am allowed to race :)
 

Toby Davis

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Jan 11, 2010
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Go on then, might as well :)
You should do, you was fast enough in the last one :)
Just by the way, I've been doing a few laps, and to be fast there are a few things on the setup front that you should watch.
Downforce should be as low as you are comfortable with, between 1-1 and 7-6 are about right.
Ride height makes a massive difference to top speed. Too high, though, and you get stupid amounts of understeer, and you get excessive roll which means unpredictability in Ascari, when you are changing direction.
Finally, gearing - slipstreaming will be the key, so always have some gearing in reserve or you will lunch the engine. :)

I will work on a setup which I will send to you, which you are free to use. I will also work on my own consistency so I don't end up crashing like last time! :p
 

Mattia Gottardi

1000RPM
Jul 25, 2009
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You should do, you was fast enough in the last one :)
Just by the way, I've been doing a few laps, and to be fast there are a few things on the setup front that you should watch.
Downforce should be as low as you are comfortable with, between 1-1 and 7-6 are about right.
Ride height makes a massive difference to top speed. Too high, though, and you get stupid amounts of understeer, and you get excessive roll which means unpredictability in Ascari, when you are changing direction.
Finally, gearing - slipstreaming will be the key, so always have some gearing in reserve or you will lunch the engine. :)

I will work on a setup which I will send to you, which you are free to use. I will also work on my own consistency so I don't end up crashing like last time! :p
thx for the tips and for the help!!! ;)
 

Lee Palmer

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Mar 16, 2009
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You should do, you was fast enough in the last one :)
Just by the way, I've been doing a few laps, and to be fast there are a few things on the setup front that you should watch.
Downforce should be as low as you are comfortable with, between 1-1 and 7-6 are about right.
Ride height makes a massive difference to top speed. Too high, though, and you get stupid amounts of understeer, and you get excessive roll which means unpredictability in Ascari, when you are changing direction.
Finally, gearing - slipstreaming will be the key, so always have some gearing in reserve or you will lunch the engine. :)

I will work on a setup which I will send to you, which you are free to use. I will also work on my own consistency so I don't end up crashing like last time! :p
Your setup helped me so much for sebring, still trying to get to grips with setting up these cars by myself would love your setup if its avalible :)
 

Rhys Gardiner

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Public holiday on that day, so I won't be at school...

...and therefore I can race.

Me too please, Ivo. :redface:
 

Mark Birney

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Sep 13, 2008
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OH FOR PAYTES SOYK! It's Rhys Gardiner!

The thread is finally complete. A FULLY OPERATIONAL BATTLE-STATION!
 
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