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Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Racing Club' started by Craig Dunkley, Jun 26, 2019.
Please put me in, also with a (big) maybe
I hope you can make the grid Welcome aboard
In please Craig, thanks for organising matey
Just had a quick play on the server, handling, err, takes a bit of getting used to
Glad I've I've driven a Triumph GT6 now
Welcome aboard John
Unfortunately I'm going to pull myself out. I underestimated the difficulty of racing with these cars. I can get it around the track, but when I'm racing with someone there is a big chance I will lose control and disappoint both of us.
In short I need more time to practise this car.
Good luck tonight!
Not a problem, I understand your reason ...Hope to see you soon
Gonna have to drop out of this race, enjoy taming these beasts!
Thanks for letting me know
I'm sorry, I can't make it
Sorry but I'll not make it today, just came home from some friends and by the time I'll be done with everything the races will have already started
Ohh **** totally forgot that there is a R2
Yeah sure I can attend that
@Craig Dunkley after I have read the @Denis Betty comment I decided to test the car at least and I would like to race again,. If I still can.
Of course, when you sus her out she is a great drive
Great race guys. Hope to do it again soon with these cars.
As mentioned, here is the comic book I talked about:
A taste of the art style.
That was a fun couple of races ..thanks guys.
We only had seven drivers, but it was blast nonetheless, she is not that hard to drive once you have mastered her.
Congrads to the podiums
and congrads to the drivers that finished the event
Hope to see you all next week for something totally different ...
Will run the escort the following week
I'm so glad that I have rejoined the starting grid Nice driving and thanks for the setup. I did change it a little bit, but it was great.
Sorry guys my wheel is down..
Thanks to @Craig Dunkley for tonight's race, and to all for great racing, especially the consideration given by you guys regarding how hard these cars are to control!
My apologies for the internet problem, or ping something or other??? Had cars in my mirror miles away then suddenly on my tail.. then in front of me So sorry for those that were affected by it
I've seen it with others before but never realised I could be driving normally but it was my problem - only knew when Craig said it was me - I've had a look to try and find a problem and found my Ethernet cable had less priority than wifi, have changed that but if anyone has other ideas to improve connections I'd really appreciate it
The car? A total beast but amazing fun... must get a stronger spring for my throttle pedal
Craig, congratulations on winning the first race. A much deserved win.
My apologies go to Denis for colliding in to him towards the end of the first lap. I didn't feel in complete control of the TVR, and I knew from the practice sessions that my binary driving style (mash on, mash off) of driving wasn't best suited for a car that required a deft touch, so I tried my best to stay out the way in both races. Hence my horror when I finished fifth in the first race and Craig announced reverse grid order
My ire goes to John for knocking me off the road