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Discussion in 'rFactor 2 Racing Club & Leagues' started by Denis Betty, Apr 19, 2019.
They went round Arnage a couple of months ago.
Do we have the historic le mans circuit? Imagine taking these things down the mulsanne without the chicanes!
Maybe if we restricted it to just the Mazda or something...?
Otherwise I guess some old circuits could work well, like Spa 66; old Silverstone; Le Mans etc etc.
Historic Spa is a good shout too
Yeah I vouche for Spa 66 aswell, should be a handfull with these monsters
I was on a server with a Japanese circuit... one that I don't know well... Matsusaka maybe?
Suzuka maybe Autopolis ?
EDIT: Have you guys tried historic Buenos Aires?
The long one or the shorter one ? Could try it later
Speaking of japanese tracks, Fuji might work, last sector might be a bit rough though
@Stig Bidstrup what was the ODS server where we did some of the footage for that video again?
Anyway, I'm pooped. Old Puma @ Guacamole next week.
Guam.... Guadzilla.... Guadalajara.... ????
Guapore Denis, Guapore
As long as it's not Guano.
Le Grand Circuit by Woochoo for these cars!
Suzuka ---Called Matsuka something in RF2 --located in Japan--used in F1 for a very very long time.
Yep, Matsusaka. That is a well rounded and a suitable track for these cars I would say?
with the esses in the first section and the hairpin it could be tricky, doable but tricky
I would say that Suzuka is leaning towards expert drivers taking into account how difficult these cars can be. Buenos Aires 1979 ( long version ) is a good choice . Another is Watkins Glen Nascar version without chicane
A track that everyone can learn in 15 minutes . I remember a race in AC Club with the Lotus 49 with a lot of sign ups on that track. I wont mention Le Mans because in a month time there will probably be a lot of that in this Community.........
Interesting to see how another recent group c race became 'Mazda only' in an attempt to equalise things a bit:
I've not tried that car myself as yet, but maybe it's a bit better than the Merc through the twisties due to the lower speeds? (and I guess apparently being more manoeuvrable?). If so, it may open up a few more tracks as viable group c options...