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Learn how to tame R3E's racing machines with the help of Alex Hodgkinson, physics developer from Sector3 Studios.


Surprises are always nice, and surely this one is very sweet indeed. Alex Hodgkinson, the man behind the physics for R3E cars as of late, started a new video series in which he explains how to setup, drive and understand the way some of the vehicles included in Raceroom work. To kickstart things, the first videos revolve around the latest drives that have been included in the sim, namely the Porsche 934, 964 and 962, plus the Nissan R90CK. Go ahead, have fun and take your pick!




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They FFB Engine must be change or upgrade!Suspension travel feelings 0 on road but what fxxx when car going offroad suddenly suspension is getting working!Why sector 3 ignoring that bug???they will fix that!Owners of direct drives knows what im talking about!
Or might be sector 3 is not using laser scan tracks?
 
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They FFB Engine must be change or upgrade!Suspension travel feelings 0 on road but what fxxx when car going offroad suddenly suspension is getting working!Why sector 3 ignoring that bug???they will fix that!Owners of direct drives knows what im talking about!
Or might be sector 3 is not using laser scan tracks?
AFAIK they don't have any laser scanned tracks.
 
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I wish they would display the driving input differently. They should give the option to have horizontal mirrored pedal input over the steering wheel. It would ease a lot of misunderstanding about sim racing driving input.
 
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