Mak Corp Group C @ Mid Ohio - Wed 25th June 2014

Daiman Patel

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Event Details
Server:
RACEDEPARTMENT.COM MC
Cars: Mak Corp Group C (Mazda 787B) (Download)
Track: Mid Ohio v2.0 (Download)
MOD: Download via Server

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

Assists
Traction control:
Medium
ABS: Low
Auto-clutch: Allowed

Race - Wednesday, 25th June 2014
Practice:
18:30 GMT
Qualifying: 19:00 GMT - 10 minutes
Warm up: 19:10 GMT - 5 minutes
Race 1 : 19:15 GMT - 30 mins

Racedepartment Calendar: Click here
Server password: Click here
Racing rules: Click here


Sign-up list:
  1. Daiman Patel
  2. Gijs van Elderen
  3. Yuri Kasdorp
  4. Dennis Coufal
  5. Joao Fernandes
  6. David O'Reilly*
  7. Richard Hill
  8. Frederic Schornstein*
  9. Oscar Hardwick
  10. Driver
  11. Driver
  12. Driver
  13. Driver
  14. Driver
  15. Driver
  16. Driver
  17. Driver
  18. Driver
  19. Driver
  20. Driver
Note: Please sign out well in time (at least 1 hour before the practise session begins) if you're unable to make the race. Thanks! :)

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FFB is mighty strong!!! i've put car specific FFB multi to 0,1.

I think something between 0,1 and 0,2 is just fine. :thumbsup:
 

Daiman Patel

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FFB is mighty strong!!! i've put car specific FFB multi to 0,1.

I think something between 0,1 and 0,2 is just fine. :thumbsup:
Indeed, the FFB is strong - definitely some of the best feedback I've received from a car in rF2, or any game for that matter.

It's a shame that there aren't more sign-ups at the moment. This is an awesome car to drive. Dennis was a bit apprehensive at first, but was almost instantaneously impressed when he tested it. Let's hope that there are a few more guys willing to give this a go. :D
 
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Indeed, the FFB is strong - definitely some of the best feedback I've received from a car in rF2, or any game for that matter.

It's a shame that there aren't more sign-ups at the moment. This is an awesome car to drive. Dennis was a bit apprehensive at first, but was almost instantaneously impressed when he tested it. Let's hope that there are a few more guys willing to give this a go. :D
Jip, The car is awesome! :thumbsup:
 

Oscar Hardwick

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The night before I go on holiday and having to wake up at 4am the following morning to leave. Consider me in for this one.

So much living dangerously going on right there.

Edit : Does this thing have a skin template to play with?
 

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Edit : Does this thing have a skin template to play with?
Petros (one of the mod developers) did post that he intended to release a template earlier on in the year, but as far as I know (having spent a bit of time scouring through the Mak Corp forums) it isn't yet available. So unfortunately it looks like we might have to stick to the included skins for the time being.
 
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Interesting. Didn't know you could do that. How would you then go about modifying that?
Actually like any skin template. But the template is only 1 layer.

So if you extract the white car and wipe out the logo and numbers and white paint the blue areas with the paint bucket you have your base template. :thumbsup:
 

David O'Reilly

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I'm looking shaky for this one. Family would like to see me (been at Mt Panorama all week!)
 
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Damn. Qualy went fine, finally got a bit of feel. With full fuel all gone. I just had loads of spin with any feedback in the wheel not real quality at the moment...

/edit: Sorry if I disturbed someones race, was actually nice to be in the lead for a moment.
Maybe the source of the issue was TC. I didn't use TC before the race and switched it to low for the race. Could be a cause for the strange handling.
 
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