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Discussion in 'rFactor 2 Racing Club & Leagues' started by Craig Dunkley, Aug 4, 2019.
Count me in please.
I have added you to the list mate!
In please.. Awesome combo
I have added you to the list, good sirs!
Late sign up for me please!
Oh for fluffs sake I'm sat in the server wondering where everyone is.. The bloody race is Saturday innit.. Sign me out I'm off on hols tomorrow lol
Shame Paul, enjoy your holidays!
Sign me up please
If it's not too late, I'd like to give these a whirl.
All added to the grid guys
Sign me out please. Still have the same overexposure and white out issue as before. gives me a headache after a couple of laps.
Late in, please, thank you.
You're on the list mate!
Sorry, I am going to be a tad late. Hopefully I should be with you guys in time for qualifying.
I was spinning everywhere but this car is fun to drive. Also good thing that there was no reverse grid for the second race.
i just got home sorry
Yeah, keeping finishing positions for the second grid seemed to work pretty well. BTW, I liked what we did today, the standing start without formation lap. I seem to remember that we did a formation lap a few weeks ago at Oulton Park. I like getting straight to the action like we did today, and I don't know if it's just these cars or rF2 in general, but the cold tires seem to work as well as warm tires.
BTW2, the default setup and Kresh's setups are extremely oversteery for me. I had to dial in a massive amount of understeer compared to those setups to make the car drivable at all.
These things were more fun than I expected. Had some really great sequences with a couple drivers. Their names have slipped me. I'll look em up and edit. It was aggressive, clean racing. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
With the tires, I think it varies car to car plus didn't reiza use canned tires for their content? With more purpose made cars from S397 with proprietary tires, I do notice cycles in the tires much more though these did have a noticeable peak then slow decline.
That rear taily feeling can be dialed out with a few clicks of rear sway bar.