The Red Bull Simulator

Discussion in 'rFactor' started by F1simulatormaniac, Aug 21, 2016.

  1. F1simulatormaniac

    F1simulatormaniac

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    Hello guys I was wondering if anyone from you went to the red bull factory for a tour and tried their sim, or someone from here expert in rF physics have worked at their sim. Since they use rFactor, I'd like to fix one F1 2016 mod most accurate possible on physics datas. any helps?
     
  2. Erwin Greven

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    I would say they would be very selective who uses it and really doubt any data
    would be made available unless a employee of Red Bull wants to be sacked. lol [​IMG]

    Features incorporated into simulators that offer advantages in testing and training would be closely guarded I reckon.

    Seat time and feedback from each F1 driver is costing them as much as it does for the actual GPs spread over a years contract if you think about it.
     
  3. F1simulatormaniac

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    Yeah I know, what I'm looking for are some datas that i can implement in my mod such engine or brake torque with theese modern F1 cars. I know noone from rbr would tell me anything. I trried but no success of course. I think they think i'm a maniac.
     
  4. Frank

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    Don't forget these simulators are running rFactor Pro and not just rFactor. The whole sim gets build around the teams wishes.
     
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  5. Andrew

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    This one is for you:

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  6. F1simulatormaniac

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    thanks mate I have a collection of all their videos. I know they use rFactor pro version. watching theese videos is in a way helpful for see how the car behave- we can see a lot of sliding around. but the help of an engineer would helpful
     
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