Discussion in 'Automobilista - General Discussion' started by Alex Sawczuk, Nov 4, 2016.
Forgot to post these earlier this week.
Yeah, Champion! Now I'm retiring from simracing...
Here goes my setup if anyone is interested (remove ".txt" from the name):
Edit: Oh, it's for the V12 ones.
MCR @ Interlagos would be cool for next time trial!
Marcas at Brands Hatch would be cool. Bit of a BTCC vibe in a Brazilian hat.
Not gonna lie, I have trouble seeing where I missed eight tenths in my lap, but then I'm not terribly comfortable in the Isn't Porsche. I'm sure I could find another second or more if I could only adjust springs and shocks, but it is what it is.
Here's the lap. I record with Shadowplay's replay function, and a lightly customized DynHUD combines with the wheel to show all inputs.
Just to throw a third suggestion into the ring if nobody else does, the Metalmoro at Spielberg could be fun too.
Yep... It is a difficult feeling, but if you try the other combos, you'll get used to it. Great lap, by the way!
That's why we need an advanced laptime analysis tool, so that you can compare speed/time/line at any part of the track. Preferably you would be able to cut down the track in as many sectors/sections as you wish, have all the data available therein and see where exactly and why you fall behind or gain time.
RL teams have this, therefore a sim should as well.
As it stands now it's all more or less a guessing game.
An interesting addition would also be a default setup TT.
There is a service you can use with iRacing called iSpeed and if you have the program running it uploads your lap telemetry to a central db and you can download other people's laps and compare them against your own. It's no MoTeC but it is a really useful tool for learning. Maybe something Reiza could consider for the next sim.
I don't think fixed setups would make much difference to the natural order of things. The Boxer doesn't have that many setup options but there is still a big spread of times.
Tim O'Glock back at the top of the leaderboard! If more people wish to share their laps via video that's very much welcome. This week we are running Formula v10s at Imola 2001.
We would like to add auto uploading of people's laps into VE, but I'm not sure how far the development line that is.
Everytime I drive the V10 in AMS I am reminded how good the real life drivers of these cars were to drive them flat out for a race distance. Corners come up pretty quickly in these cars.
Exactly what I thought yesterday. Don't really like to drive the car very much. Just way too fast and direct for my liking and abilities. But great challenge anyway.
Edit: Interesting to see how much below 1.20's the big boys go...
You have your answer now.
I was guessing for 18,5xx.. Now where to find couple of seconds.
Here's my lap.
I'm 4th with this attempt at the time of writing.
I see, that I could use much more of the tires like MR Glock does
And also this
This would be interesting indeed
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