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Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Competizione' started by Andrew_WOT, Jul 2, 2019.

  1. Metzger82


    This is indeed true, but this also brings the point of why 13 out of 20 fast guys will not be able to finish the race ?
    I don't think by speed you will be in 20s, as if the wrecked chaps had to put safer setup and risk less so to actually be able to lap consitently trough the race and finish it, they wouldn't be as fast.
  2. Eckhart von Glan

    Eckhart von Glan

    yep, I think it's About how deep you go into Sim-mode, as in: this is a deadly piece of tech I'm sitting in, so better be careful, vs. this is just a game, so what the ...
  3. Turk


    There is definitely a clash of interests between the traditional PC sim enthusiast and the gamer.

    Sims to me were always about simulating a machine. Whether it's a car, boat, bus, train, plane, etc...

    There often was no "game" to simulators, you got the enjoyment from operating the machine. I'm not at all against the gaming side of simulators, they do make them more entertaining, but fundamentally I want to simulate a machine, the game part is secondary.
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