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Snaggle,

 

One suggestion I have, is if we do a race with Pit Stops we should strive to run around 50% race length fuel at the start and make the stop meaningful. I'm always interested in IMSA / Can-Am style races. GT3 / GTE / LMP stuff on some of the really good tracks, Mosport, Road America, Donington.

 

Totally down for some Endurance as well.

 

S!

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It's all good to me...   my favorites are the old cars I knew growing up... but I like the F-1 from the 80's and 90's as well.   IMSA,  CAN-AM  are great.   I really want to get a Kart race in there because they are a HOOT....  

 

There *are* some 1995 Indy cars in the sets....   just sayin'........

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Snaggle,

 

One suggestion I have, is if we do a race with Pit Stops we should strive to run around 50% race length fuel at the start and make the stop meaningful. I'm always interested in IMSA / Can-Am style races. GT3 / GTE / LMP stuff on some of the really good tracks, Mosport, Road America, Donington.

 

Totally down for some Endurance as well.

 

S!

Lipfert, pit-stop range is currently set from 10 - 30 minutes a 20 minute window in the 40 minute race. You recommend 20-30 minute range? I was trying to induce some strategy by having it in that window so everyone isn't rushing in to the pits at the same time. Give me a time range and I can adjust for our race on Wednesday and see how it goes. Easily done, please let me know the time range to set for Wednesday. Kind of our last test. :)

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Lipfert, pit-stop range is currently set from 10 - 30 minutes a 20 minute window in the 40 minute race. You recommend 20-30 minute range? I was trying to induce some strategy by having it in that window so everyone isn't rushing in to the pits at the same time. Give me a time range and I can adjust for our race on Wednesday and see how it goes. Easily done, please let me know the time range to set for Wednesday. Kind of our last test. :)

 

Snaggle,

 

This suggestion is more to avoid the "Pitstop" adding 2 litres of fuel, not so much the timing. In the spirit of racing, making it meaningful and worthwhile.

 

S!

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Snaggle,

 

This suggestion is more to avoid the "Pitstop" adding 2 litres of fuel, not so much the timing. In the spirit of racing, making it meaningful and worthwhile.

 

S!

Cool, I will change the pitstop at 20 - 35 minutes! The adding of fuel amount is 2 liters, I will see if I can change that but I don't think so. I can make the fuel burn higher, so instead of 100% it can be put at 200% what you think about that?

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Cheers,

Gen

 

ps: I might have a better setup for my wheel (testing it tonight)... I'm sure after this, I'll be able to do more than 1 lap without hitting the fences!

Gen, Don't get discouraged, practice practice practice, no setup in the world will help if you don't know the track. Believe you me, I know fences well. :D:blink:

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