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Discussion in 'Automobilista 2 - General Discussion' started by cereal killer, Jun 9, 2020.

  1. cereal killer

    cereal killer Member

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    I'm trying to appreciate this game, but from the last changes to the tire model, I can't do it anymore.
    I drive especially small cars (F.Vee, F. Ford) and sometimes the Puma. With the new tire model, cars are unnaturally difficult to drive and require constant corrections. I also find the strong tendency towards power oversteer of the F.Vee to be not very credible. In general, with the old tire model I drove more naturally and asked no questions, today I spend more time wondering why the car has had a certain reaction. Frankly, I find it frustrating that this will be the physics in 1.0.:(
    I also find the absolute lack of feeling in braking just as frustrating. I note that the problem is still far from being solved. it's a great pity, the game would have good potential
     
  2. Goffik

    Goffik Well-Known Member

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    Did you deleted My Documents\Automobilista 2 after that patch and start from scratch? I ask because I have not noticed any of the issues you're raising. The cars handle just fine to me.
     
  3. cereal killer

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    Yes, I did.
     
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  4. 250swb

    250swb Active Member

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    I agree, the power oversteer of the Formula Vee ( and other 'lower' formulas) is unnatural for a car with no power, they should be all about keeping momentum up, accurate lines, and careful race craft, not battling brutal power oversteer or lighting the rear tyres up.
     
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  5. Madonion

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    i don't like the formula vee's yet but the formula trainers are a beaut to drive! You sure you not referring to lift off oversteer? i drive with nuuscorpii new heavy bug fix custom force feedback and notice i drive these cars way better since i feel the car balance way better than before.
     
  6. 250swb

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    Not really, lift off oversteer is a driving or setup mistake. But with F Vee there are so few things to change the back end coming around is par for the course. This is power oversteer, different, like you've got a V8 in there without having a V8.
     
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    Are you doing your testing in TT? Otherwise you have to take the track conditions into account every time you test.
     
  8. cereal killer

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    In practice the F. Vee feel odd, in quick race (green track I suppose), it's a joke...pretty unstable and tail happy.
     

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