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Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Racing Club' started by Craig Dunkley, May 29, 2019.
Thanks my friend. I will look at the setup for the next race
I hate windows at times, my mic was not working so of course it was not working in TS either
Look like a good race was had throughout the field
Hope to see a bigger grid next week
Congrads to the podiums and that finished the race
And that is the problem right there..heat = small grids, the only thing I can think of that may help, is keep the race time little.
Thanks for tonight's event Craig, your hard work and great combo's are always appreciated!
I still haven't figured out how I got to where I finished First few laps I could keep the gap-ish to the leaders, brain fade arrived early and went off I guess some of the quick guys had problems, but I'll take the result happily
Huge thanks to all for mega fair racing, makes these events something to really look forward to
My setup below, not the quickest but 'driveable' (for me anyway), it's a bit soft but helped with the strange kerbs at this track.
great race. one of the best I have had for a long time. Great bunch of guys and fair driving. Grats to John Power for the win. Thanks to Goose for the help.
Love this car. Would be great at SPA @Craig Dunkley Hint Hint
First of all well done john, it was a privilege to be lapped by you, it was the rest of the field lapping
me i was not so impressed by.
Sorry to @Craig Dunkley for the late start, i tried my best to get home.
Really wanted to see how you drive these cars, luckily got lapped by the leaders and watched how
they did it.
Had loads and loads of spins for umpteen reasons, kept forgetting to reset the “drs” that did not help.
i should really be moaning, but i really enjoyed myself.
But i found the car difficult, for me anyway, it was a baptism of fire.
@Zeljko "Goose" Gusatovic . Meh, young un's these days, what's up with you guys trying stay too cool, it's easy!
Next race will be better Ernie
haha, I did too Ernie, kept going off 'cos I forgot to hit the button, then realised that for the corner at the end of the straight I'd lose no time by keeping it flat but a little 'very shallow' dab on the brake pedal - I guess it was enough to tell the DRS to switch off but wasn't really braking, hope I've made makes sense!
Nice combo @Craig Dunkley !
It took a while to get used to using the DRS, I didn't use the app just turned it on when needed and hit the button to turn it off or let the application of brake disengage it. I did miss using it on a couple of straights, an extra two seconds on those laps.
The plan was to pit and take on a few liters of fuel and new tires as my estimates were I'd be a lap or two short. Halfway through and I could see I wouldn't need any extra fuel so just hoped the tires were good to go, they were.
Thanks RD, Craig and all that attended!
Funnily the leader applied the DRS too early at the start of the long straight, boy was he gone
in a big way. ( just overtaken me a lap prior )
Well, bugger me, john and dennis ( don’t take that too literally) i did not know the drs could be reset to off via the brakes
For me it was reset drs at bridge, that very slightly slowed the car, keeping foot flat for the bend.
This is the important bit, hold breath, and pray, had quite a few near misses, my right foot
was under a huge pressure to lift, i knew if i did i would be off. i almost succumbed to the
pressure to lift couple of times, i yielded and started to lift the back immediately started to go.
Drive this car at 99% and its a doddle, 100% is an entirely different matter.