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Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by Omer Said, Jun 21, 2009.
Don't care, all shitty venues anyway
Not to forget that they'll most likely completely **** up the track to "bring it up to F1 standards"
even without changes the track will be fast but also difficult to overtake on, on a dutch tv programme they've had some pro sim drivers (rudy van buuren being one of them) hotlap zandvoort on assetto corsa with a 2018 car vs old f1 drivers (doornbos, van der garde) and the simdrivers absolutely destroyed them, fastest lap being a 1.12.9 while doornbos did 1.17 . on board it looks absolutely insane so qually will be epic but the race will just be a parade, as i've seen DTM and F3 already struggle to do any overtaking
Will be Monaco level, guaranteed. Don't get me wrong, I like Zandvoort, but current F1 does 100% not belong there.
and i couldn't agree more. it's nice to have a dutch gp again, but wether it had gone to assen or zandvoort, neither would give the chance of an exciting race
Gerlach and Hugenholtz will be widened, Hans Ernst will be shortened and Arie Luyendijk will be modified and slightly banked, making it similar to last part of Interlagos, according to #DutchGP sporting director Jan Lammers.
Ι hope that is all that changes
Those really are the only changes really required. A longer start straight, some wider sections at the beginning and more straights and runoff. At least they'll keep the best sections untarnished.
Alternatively, they could have gone for my version
This accent when you speak is unbelievable
Wasn't the historic track closer to the Lammers' pit straight version?
turn 3 and 4 are accurate, but arie luyendijk far from , someone took "similar to interlagos" a bit too seriously . as far as i understand the corner will just remain as it is, the outside will just be hightened up so it'll become an indy style bank. the pitlane entry will also be adjusted to grant a smoother entry, the pitbuilding will be widened by 8 meters and additional pitboxes will be made. but most important is the thing that there's no mention of de gravel trap at scheivlak being removed
They'll have to also make the wall close like and oval too, as there isn't space to expand the runoff behind the final turn.
doubt that expanded would actually be needed, through the corner there's plenty of travel and at the exit you would a massive amount of understeer or a failure to end up in the wall, with the downforce these cars have that wouldn't be an issue. f1 engineers see a corner which can be taken flat as a straight, and their expectations are that this will be flat out as well
but hey, i'm gonna see max blast around zandvoort on saturday in a RB7 so i'll take notes at what needs adjusting
You just need to look at Peter Dumbrek's crash in the DTM to see that the final turn is not suitable for F1.
Wow! What can i say? Incredible race weekend. A 1-2 is much more than we dreamt of. The cars are still quite similar and it is a new series, so we expected a really tight grid with some mix ups every weekend - And we have seen that with almost every team except us. Our engineers did a great job to upgrade the car and Lilly and Tatiana absolutely delievered!
Now everyone in the team is really excited for this and we are forming a nice team spirit. Online Racing is looking forward to the next race!
I would say vote for the UK, but when you hear the song you'll see why I'm not saying that
I only watch the results, couldn't give a flying f about the music and their politically correct bs messages
How the hell are you participating after Brexit ?
In the same way australia gets to take part, it's all one big joke with predictable scores for "befriended" countries (looking at you greece-cyprus and russia-belarus-azerbeijan)
Brexit still hasn't actually happened. Plus it's not an EU competition but ECB. The EU is only like 27 countries, but this is more. Armenia, Israel and Australia are not in Europe at all geographically.