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PostSubject: Re: Round 7 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [Sept 9th]   Tue 11 Sep 2018 - 10:12

David Jundt wrote:
Has anyone ever tried to open up that multiplayr.ini(?) file I think, and tried to adjust down- and uprate that way? Does it even work?

Because I am not sure how to maybe adjust it more suitably in this game, as it doesn't have the multiplayer settings like rF1 did.

And I kinda hate my finishing statistics to go down because of discos lol!

Mine is set at this.
Network Connection Type="5" // 0=56k, 1=256k/64k, 2=1MB/256k, 3=2MB/512k, 4=5MB/1MB, 5=10MB/2MB, 6=LAN, 7=custom
Upstream KBPS="1024" // Rated uploading speed of connection, in kilobits per second
Downstream KBPS="5120" // Rated downloading speed of connection, in kilobits per second


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Timo Vermeersch
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PostSubject: Re: Round 7 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [Sept 9th]   Tue 11 Sep 2018 - 16:05

Mark Craggs wrote:

The pass on Timo involved a lot of impromptu free-style hedge trimming as I tried to squeeze by. Apologies if I cause any problems there Timo. I think you probably weren't expecting me that side.

No worries. I missed the upshift to third gear just before the right left sweeps leading to the run towards Flugplatz. My run towards Flugplatz thus was slow as a result so you probably did not have much of choice but to avoid bumping into me by going around.

Timo

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PostSubject: Re: Round 7 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [Sept 9th]   Tue 11 Sep 2018 - 20:54

Peter Blom wrote:


Well this is the first series with this system I have been in since 2012. Never heared people complaining about kamikaze laps b4 but I am sure nobody likes to sit in the pit for 1600 seconds after a small mistake and that's what is happening to loads of us.

I would like to know the opinion of other non-admin members on this subject too. Please post.

I REALLY LIKE the Tow back delay!  
We must ask ourselves the amount of risk we are willing to take for a quali lap!  The real drivers of 71 were asking the same question, while also risking their lives. That element of fear doesn't exist at our PC's, but the tow back delay brings an extra concern/dimension to our driving.
This is meant to be a sim? Kamikaze laps are for Games

Pascal Mikula wrote:

Of course, as always, Johnson running 10+ seconds a lap faster than anyone.. Same with Canola, oh I have to say a word about

Pascal chill, your qualifying time was pretty damn good!
Austins Lap was Killer! And legitimately earned!! I saw him practicing a lot, it appeared possible to obtain if only I could perfectly nail all 374 corners on same lap lol But come qualifying, I played it safe (see above(tow back)) and due to other distractions was unable to go for another run.
Also if you scale it down to a more average circuit with a 90sec laptime, my gap to pole was under 1.5. Not pathetic considering

David Jaques wrote:

brian j had been slowly reeling me in, but those errors put him right on my tail.  i got way out of shape and off line headed down to the "tightest turn on the track" and i think that smoke show put brian out.    i thought i had a good enough pace to at least put up a challenge, but i didn't want it to end that way, if my being in the way put you out i do apologize.  

Yep, After getting out of a few fun, tense, but very unwanted battles by half distance, I set off to hopefully catch you for 4th. I had a half spin that I needed to reverse back on to track from, was able to catch you on the next lap. I was in no hurry to engage in another fight, and approaching that slow ass left hander let off much earlier than normal, but just as you described... What put me off was being too careful? Not your fault at all, but I did coast off to right to insure no contact with you. Suddenly realized I was in a bit of trouble out there, and tried to minimize the inevitable armco rub. But my rear wheel detached itself anyway. what a waste. Had I hit you square in the back, twice as hard, I would have been fine! :aie:
Maybe it was a cumulative effect of the light damage in turn one. (cars were floating in lag)
Or maybe I just suck

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PostSubject: Re: Round 7 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [Sept 9th]   Tue 11 Sep 2018 - 21:30

So I guess the majority want the tow back to remain in official sessions.

Guess we're not that bad admins then  Razz

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PostSubject: Re: Round 7 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [Sept 9th]   Tue 18 Sep 2018 - 20:09

Timo Vermeersch wrote:
Mark Craggs wrote:

The pass on Timo involved a lot of impromptu free-style hedge trimming as I tried to squeeze by. Apologies if I cause any problems there Timo. I think you probably weren't expecting me that side.

No worries. I missed the upshift to third gear just before the right left sweeps leading to the run towards Flugplatz. My run towards Flugplatz thus was slow as a result so you probably did not have much of choice but to avoid bumping into me by going around.

Timo
Thanks Timo. That explains why I able to get alongside relatively quickly. One of those situations where I knew I probably wouldn't get another chance for a long while.
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PostSubject: Re: Round 7 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [Sept 9th]   Fri 19 Oct 2018 - 8:46

Report is up HERE.

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PostSubject: Re: Round 7 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [Sept 9th]   Fri 19 Oct 2018 - 9:34

Fantastic as ever. :top:

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PostSubject: Re: Round 7 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [Sept 9th]   Fri 19 Oct 2018 - 15:09

Awsome job Timo :top:

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PostSubject: Re: Round 7 - Grosser Preis von Deutschland [Sept 9th]   Fri 26 Oct 2018 - 18:21

lol!
Good one Timo

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