Yep it takes some laps/time to memorize everything. Does the ghost car help you with improving the corners? Sometimes when I think I maxed out a corner and then the ghost car drives away easily. So next lap e.g. later braking (@Emery braking ) and/or earlier on the throttle. Play with possibilities or just ask.What slows me down is not having every inch of the track memorized. At about halfway, it turns into a guessing game. Which is sad because I've probably done a 100 laps around the damn thing.
Take this the way it is meant (humorous ) because Im following this thread for pure entertainment.I have a lot of places to improve. One place would be the racing line I took. It was more of a sight seeing your than a racing line, but I did manage to stay on track
You should give this tiny car a try, Bruno! It's as hard to be fast with it than with a FR X-90! I know you're joking but even if the landscape moves slower, the lines, braking points and shifting points are as important as with any other race car (and yes, it's a race car!). It's the kind of car which needs to keep the momentum, without too much slide, and which is very rewarding.Take this the way it is meant (humorous ) because Im following this thread for pure entertainment.
But when I saw this comment I thought: With such a slow and tiny "sight seeing car" is there much difference between a virtual sight seeing line and "race line"?
I mean - in RL drivers in this car would have plenty of time to beckon to people and at the same time to check out visually where to spend their next picnic or grill party.
ByTheWay: In ancient times when this "car" was driving in RL I wonder if people actually did use stop watches for timing? I mean wasnt calenders better suited?
Just set a leaderboard time and we're all goodA slight apology
By rereading my "humorous" post above I have realised there could be a slight patronizing touch.
This was not intended.
I mean. It sounds like I make fun about the NSU and its drivers because the car is easier to drive than as example the FR90´s.
But I guess that it takes just as much skills to get the NSU close to its maximum on tracks as it takes to get my favorites the FR90`s close to theirs.