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24th November 2014, 18:00 at 6:00 pm #287139
rFactor seems to have this sort of thing, maybe this could work?
That would be cool, giving the on board information too, and it has the six drivers around them at the time to see where the battles might be developing?23rd November 2014, 15:00 at 3:00 pm #286869
I’d quite like a graphic on screen showing the positions in the race, it’s tough to understand what’s going on sometimes – it’s alright for Jamie and myself to an extent, we are at the front… For everyone else, I certainly struggle to see who is doing well further down the order22nd November 2014, 13:10 at 1:10 pm #286654
@jamiefranklinf1 I’m hoping it’s very unlean and unreliable for you! In the nicest possible way :)22nd November 2014, 11:12 at 11:12 am #286631
Um, @bradley13 I think you’ll find my post was held back by the system since I posted that last night.
I’ll wait to see what to do.
@robocat Olen Inman will run on day one of the test, Jamie Gerrard will run day two. Didier Arnaud will be focussing on his Junior season, then the fastest of Inman and Gerrard will become official test driver for 2015, with the other staying in FV2.22nd November 2014, 8:31 at 8:31 am #286578
@formula-1 Really? That’s a bit rubbish… Surely if we pay for them we should be able to use them as we wish?21st November 2014, 19:08 at 7:08 pm #28656119th November 2014, 20:43 at 8:43 pm #286126
Regarding the BTCS. I can’t commit to a date for round 2, as I’ve been so busy recently. As I can’t commit to running it at regular intervals, would people prefer it if I ran a couple of one off events each season? So, a 24 Hours of Le Mans, a Bathurst 1000 for instance. It’s not a season, but it means we can have the best races from all different series, and I’ll be able to run it. However, if somebody else wanted to take over the BTCS, I’d be more than happy for them to do so!18th November 2014, 21:40 at 9:40 pm #286068
@mfreire thank you for reminding me! Nobody has entered for a while, so I will judge now. All of the entries were brilliant, and I would love to see all of them built and raced on! Third place is @mfreire with his brilliant Baku street circuit – I wish Tilke had asked you for help! Close runner up is @PhilERead with his brilliant take on Mosport, but for me the winner has to be @juicedtin for his great circuit!17th November 2014, 20:26 at 8:26 pm #286004
@jamiefranklinf1 You’ve signed a junior driver have you not? What is to stop you replacing Hoskins with them?16th November 2014, 15:51 at 3:51 pm #285693
@jamiefranklinf1 Congratulations once again! One more point and it’s yours, maybe make it 10th and a retirement for a laugh?14th November 2014, 19:23 at 7:23 pm #285612
@jamiefranklinf1 Reliability… don’t make me laugh :P Looking forward to having some good racing in the next couple of rounds, no pressure on the title race, so it’ll be easier to enjoy it!14th November 2014, 16:57 at 4:57 pm #285599
@jamiefranklinf1 the word system is about as reliable as my points scoring from pole this season….
Looking forward to seeing how neither of my drivers have any chance at winning!14th November 2014, 8:52 at 8:52 am #285416
@jamiefranklinf1 – A miracle won’t be enough for the constructors… What about the drivers? How far away are we there too? :P13th November 2014, 10:31 at 10:31 am #285507
Thank you very much @mfreire!
You get a lot of circuits now that try to be as long as possible in the space they occupy. However, some great tracks are of a shorter length, such as Knockhill, the Dijon-Prenois circuit amongst others. I would like you to make a short circuit of around 1 to 2.5 miles, either on the ground of an existing track, or anywhere. It can be purpose built or a street circuit, but focus on the flow of the layout and don’t try to condense the track into a tiny land area.
If nobody likes the competition, let me know and I’ll think of something else!11th November 2014, 20:19 at 8:19 pm #285408