@Michael, i’d love to see your above figures including where the second placed (or nearest competitor) person is, so we can compare his gap to the no 2 spot
I got the game yesterday, have to say that im happy that with the steering wheel it feels nothing like the demo. however I can feel the back getting out from me in a lot corners, this is with abs and full traction control as well. Started my season in the Catherham beside Hekki doing 25% races, full weekend, qualified in 12th and finished in 8th, pretty straightforward race, never had the pace to chase down the guys in front, i spent most of my time defending.
2nd race and i qualified 4th (with the help of online setups) and on the very last corner was 3rd, but after a spin fell to 10th. again defended the entire race.
3rd race qualified in pole and won the race, again spending the entire race defending
one weird AI thing was that in australia i had Felipe behind me, crashed into the back of me and lost his entire front wing, didn’t pit, but stayed out for the next five laps chasing me down and eventually passing me
Not sure if I’m liking the driving feel so far. I’m using a g25 wheel on the ps3. And like comments above there seems to be oversteer and under steer issues. Also the steering wheel feel is different, the first 45 degrees of turn doesn’t seem to do any thing and anything past that point is very sensitive to movement. I have played a bit with the wheel settings but have not found anything that I like so far.
being that i skipped f1 2011, i’m looking forward to it as an upgrade to f1 2010
Same here, i did the tutorial, but when it came time to race I kept getting errors. I tried a few times over the space of a weekend with no luck.
I got invited and spent about 2 hours with it last night, loading times were painfully slow and i kept getting kicked out of the game lobby with time out issues, is any one else having these issues?
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