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Discussion in 'F1 2015 - The Game' started by Max-Lee911, Jul 12, 2015.

  1. Max-Lee911

    Max-Lee911

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    Hey guys
    I just bought my first F1 game recently. I really love the game, although I'm struggling to come up with competitive times (some thanks to bugs, but mostly skill level). So I thought I would put out a tread asking for any tips and tricks to get me and surely others new to the series competitive. Think this can benefit a lot of people in the community.
    Thanks in advance for any advice.
     
  2. Marcus Spry

    Marcus Spry

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    what kind of stuff are you struggling on? braking? acceleration?
     
  3. Brian McManus

    Brian McManus
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    Dont rev into the redline and over heat the engine ,
    You loose engine power..
    It took me awhile to figure that out
     
  4. Kristoffer Somby

    Kristoffer Somby

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    then hours of practise.

    Mod edit - leaving this here, as it's a classic instructional video. The majority of videos should be uploaded t
    o Racetube
     
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  5. Max-Lee911

    Max-Lee911

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    Just any sort of general tips that you think anyone new to the game might find use full. I created this thread not only for me, but anyone new to the game and/or struggling to post good times.
    Thanks for all off the replies so far.
     
  6. Max-Lee911

    Max-Lee911

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    Thanks Brian, I thought my pedal wasn't giving 100% power, I was only over revving.
     
  7. humplick

    humplick

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    Also work into it. Dont be afraid to drive around each track like a bit of a grandma for the first few laps and build your pace and rhythm. You will start to learn and feel where you can push a little more break a little later with each corner lap after lap. Don't be scared to try a different line into corners as well you might find a different line that works for you
     
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