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PrestoGP Fun Race Rf2 Malaysia Wed 4th Feb

David Turnbull

PrestoGP Veteran
PrestoGP Fun Race Rf2 Malaysia Wed 4th Feb

19:00 Free Practise
20:00 3 Practise Starts if possible.
20:07 Qualifying - 15 mins
20:22 Warmup (Duration: 5 minutes)
20:27 Race 1 - 15 Laps
20:57 Race 2 - 15 Laps (Reversed Grid)

Forced Cockpit View: On
Driving aids: All off except Automatic Clutch
Weather: Dry
Start mode: Standing
Superpole: Off
Damage Sensitivity: 75%
Parc Ferme: Off
Pit limiter: On
Mechanical Failure: On
Flag Rules: None (cutting is still prohibited)
Tyre Wear: Normal
Fuel Cons: Normal

Lets go for the same settings again, then after this make the next one close to the settings we will use in the league races.

sign up in usual way :)
 
Hey, I'll skip this one as I did this combo quite extensively already. I hope you get some additional drivers compared to last time.
 

David Turnbull

PrestoGP Veteran
Would you be able to attend if it was another track? I myself don't really mind what track we use I'm still just getting used to everything, obviously the more the merrier so if it makes a diffrence we could use Interlagos or Silverstone or..... ?

Helps a lot you being there to keep me and the rest right with your Rf2 knowledge, If its not possible this time then no worries we'll see you next time;)
 
Would you be able to attend if it was another track? I myself don't really mind what track we use I'm still just getting used to everything, obviously the more the merrier so if it makes a diffrence we could use Interlagos or Silverstone or..... ?

Helps a lot you being there to keep me and the rest right with your Rf2 knowledge, If its not possible this time then no worries we'll see you next time;)
There isn't much to tell anymore that wasn't already written somewhere.
I'll do the race after this one again.

The different hours of day should all work good on this track with the normal HDR, in contrast to Melbourne which was not tuned to that properly (too much brightness there)

Like you saw in my vid, the colours make still sense in later hours too, but to be fair the HDR got a bit brighter on the current build so it may still look different.
 
1. David Turnbull
2. Valerio Vinassa
3. Namgung Joong-Ki
4. April Dillon
5. Sean Greenlaw
6. Peter Decker (depends on report progress tho :unsure:)
7. Bob Miley
8. Martin Floeck
9. Steeve Fournier
10.
 
1. David Turnbull
2. Valerio Vinassa
3. Namgung Joong-Ki
4. April Dillon
5. Sean Greenlaw
6. Peter Decker (depends on report progress tho :unsure:)
7. Bob Miley
8. Martin Floeck
9. Steeve Fournier
10. Artyom Aslamazyan
11.
 
Hi guys, is there someone who could point me in the right direction of a decent setup for this track please? I might then be able to stay with the rear of the grid rather battling with the the pace car :geek:
 
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