The Skip Barber has a very different driving style to every other car on the sim. It has lift off oversteer as the car was designed unbalanced to train drivers how to race. What you need to do is have the throttle on all the time, even under braking a little. This will cure the over steer with enough practice at it.You have rain in iRacing all the time from the physics compare to real sims like Assetto Corsa, which simulates real grip. Okay, i hate iRacing, because this stupid Skip Burber is such a horrible car to drive and not only this. In a real car (or a real sim) you feel, when a car is loosing grip. In this game i feel nothing. Rain in iRacing? How they can surpass this most unrealistic unforgiving grip-behaviour i know from a sim?
If you are really think that Skip Barber is a horrible car, I can precisely point the problem and it lies somewhere between the wheel and the chair, not in the sim .Okay, i hate iRacing, because this stupid Skip Burber is such a horrible car to drive and not only this.
Cool! (no pun intended)historically, iRacing has developed from of the old NASCAR titles. In real life, NASCAR never run in rain, it is way too dangerous in packs on banked turns.
that, I suppose is the reason behind there being no rain at the outset, some years ago.
iRacing is now slowly introducing weather effects like fog / damp and wind, all of which feel more sensible to me than the simulated rain I played in games like race07.
I suppose rF02 is out ahead in this area and iRacing nver like to be second best, so they do not even enter the competition before they are not sure they have nailed it spot on. Just my guess.
It will come just as surely as night/day dynamics will come.
I totally agree with that.. People who keep telling they dont feel what the car is doing, are wrong. I feel when i'm losing traction from the wheel and from my motion cockpit hahwe must be playing a different game ... but let's not have a debate, this is more a religious question, and those do not lend themselves to debate.