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Formula Classics @ Silverstone GP - Tuesday 30th June 2015

Discussion in 'rFactor 2 Racing Club & Leagues' started by Daiman Patel, Jun 29, 2015.

  1. Daiman Patel

    Daiman Patel
    rFactor 2 Technical Assistant Staff Premium


    Event Details:
    Track: Silverstone
    Car: Ferrari F62A, Ferrari F310, McLaren MP4/6, Ferrari 643, Williams FW16

    Weather: Dry
    Road condition: Rubber on track were possible
    Tyre wear: Normal
    Fuel use: 1x
    Mechanical failure: Time scaled

    Traction control:
    ABS: None
    Auto-clutch: Allowed

    19:00 GMT
    Qualifying: 19:15 GMT - 10 minutes [NO Parc Fermé]
    Warm up: 19:25 GMT - 5 minutes
    Race: 19:30 GMT - 30 minutes [standing start]

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  2. Sharjeel

    Being 2nd is to be the 1st of the ones who lose. Premium

    I love all things F1 but unfortunately not many people seem to turn up for RF2 events despite it being one of the best sims out there . I wonder why it's so.
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  3. Dino Paolini

    Dino Paolini

    You have a certain amount of people actively doing club-races in rf2 which is not high to begin with.
    rf2 beeing a bit of a more complex sim, you usually have a massively smaller playerbase (that's how it unfortunatly works these days)
    Reduce that by having many races scheduled during the week and reduce it further by having to be a Premium Member.
    There is naturally not much left. Ok this one was also set up in super short-notice, but this was more an exception I suppose.

    That's not really a critique here, but more a logical observation
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  4. Gijs van Elderen

    Gijs van Elderen

    And a lot of RD member have more then 1 sim. They sign up for the events that have potentially the biggest grid...

    If i look at the RD calendar: Monday with only 2 events it's the most popular race day.
    Monday's has only 2 events AC and SCE and it has in total the most signups of this week.
    So less events are more sign ups...

    And 8 GT events a week might be a bit to much... :whistling:
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  5. Matej Lakota

    Matej Lakota
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    rFactor2 is "my first love" among all racing games (and I have them all), but lack of race series with grid of different cars/same characteristics and too many tracks and cars somewhere around 0.70 stage of development slowly causes lost of my interest :(
    Last edited: Jul 5, 2015
  6. Dino Paolini

    Dino Paolini

    If you only take official content, in general most guys have not ever driven atleast half of the available stuff somewhat extensively, me included :D
  7. Matej Lakota

    Matej Lakota
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    Yeah, I know. I have all series I can get/buy, but they are usualy GT cars and every game today runs just GT cars online. The reason, why I get back to GSC and join RRRE is simple, because I can drive something else than GT3 at Schleife/Spa/Nurburgring ...
    I will be back in a second, if any series with 5-6 different cars will be released, if officially from ISI, even better :)
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