Stock Cars @ Mountain Peak Speedway - Thursday 1st October 2015

Daiman Patel

rFactor 2 Technical Assistant

Event Details:
Track: Mountain Peak Speedway (Speedway)
Car: Stock Cars (OUT NOW!)

Weather: Dry
Road condition: Rubber on track were possible
Tyre wear: Normal
Fuel use: 1x
Mechanical failure: Time scaled

Traction control:
ABS: None
Auto-clutch: Allowed

19:00 GMT
Qualifying: 19:15 GMT - 10 minutes [NO Parc Fermé]
Warm up: 19:25 GMT - 5 minutes
Race: 19:30 GMT - 50 laps [rolling start]

RaceDepartment Calendar: Click here
Server password: Click here
Racing rules: Click here
GMT Clock: Click here

Note: You must be a Premium member in order to participate. Upgrade your account here.

Sign up list:
  1. Yuri Kasdorp *
  2. April Dillon
  3. Frederic Schornstein
  4. Simon Christmann
  5. Christian Michel
  6. Oscar Hardwick
  7. Tobias Röhner
  8. Simon Knight
  9. Rui F. Martins
  10. Joao Fernandes
  11. Krzysztof Sobczak
  12. Matt Sentell
  13. Sharjeel Riaz
  14. Driver
  15. Driver
  16. Driver
  17. Driver
  18. Driver
  19. Driver
  20. Driver
  21. ...
Note: Please sign out well in time (at least 1 hour before the practise session begins) if you're unable to make the race. Thanks! :)


utp: 47

The (rF2) server and TeamSpeak passwords have changed - they can be found here.

Unfortunately, due to the technical issues, which have still not been fully resolved, I can't be certain that the server has been set up correctly. I hope it is, but please let me know if there are any issues.
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if there's a good field, I'm in. Stock car isn't good unless we have a good field (and a safety car?)
Mhh smells like a pit stop could be required based on the races I did on the weekend.
You definetely have to practice pitstops as there is not pit limiter.
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April Dillon

I'd prefer to have open setups. I've had a lot of fun tinkering with the new settings we have. And it just helps with general comfort in the cars to try and fix some of the issues with the default. (For me, the defaults understeer excessively and rips the FR apart unless I baby it around. Not fun)

If there's would-be signups who're concerned they're missing out because they don't know what they're doing with setups, well, I think I have a better solution. Why don't we just share the setups we come up with? I can't claim to be an oval racing expert. But here's the result of an evening's "*Clicks things* Lets see if this is better" :p


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