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Database T2L 35% and 2 stopper races! 1.0

T2L 35% and 2 stopper races! thats it!

  1. Msportdan

    Msportdan
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    Msportdan submitted a new resource:

    T2L 35% and 2 stopper races! - T2L 35% and 2 stopper races! thats it!

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  2. Vangelis Parginos

    Vangelis Parginos
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    Thank you my friend, it works fine at my offline career.
     
  3. Milos

    Milos
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    That guy was just dumb, there's no need to say this. Nobody didn't mention the 2014 riders, and this only works with the original game :thumbsup:
    I won't use it ofcourse, because I only do 100% races. 5 months ago, I wanted this kind of mod, but now I don't really need it. Nicely done btw
     
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  4. Msportdan

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    thanks guys, even vo its only 20 laps average for a race, and the stints are small, its better feeling than just one stop.. I havent tested all the tracks but the ones i did check did 2 stops..

    i did a oz race and all the ai did 2 stops it was the best fun ive had on cm f1 games since the first on xbox.. PC.......bringing personal editing to life lol and fixing CMs mess l
     
  5. auroboros

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    Yes but I've managed to incorporate this into a 2014 mod therefore absolutely loving this mod, thanks Msportdan!
     
  6. ParkYongLee

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    Why's the track fuel distance set so high?
    Calculating from 100% or 50% (the only real CM values to use) leads to lower results.
    Also the num_laps are not correct, how can 19,95 = 19 / 24,85 = 24? Choosing 19 for 19,6 is also a bit odd.
    So how did you do the calculations?