COMPLETED Multi-Class Endurance Championship - Season One Sept 28, 2014 15:05:06 GMT
Post by Ser Tandur on Sept 28, 2014 15:05:06 GMT
This first track is North Loop, too easy to make alot of mistakes there. I would just focus on being consistent and let the times sort themselves out. Since we don't have to worry about new tires or refueling, the only thing we can do to make this more realistic is make the races marathons, and allow mistakes to be the great equalizer (like in real life). If the 30th guy in a pro race is a second or two off the leaders pace, they don't panic, because there is still hours left in the race to make it up.
Sept 28, 2014 12:29:45 GMT @moostered said:
I know and I am running 6:03s to 6:06s pretty consistently.But still consistentcy won't be enough if I'm 9 seconds of the pace,even more for some of the fastest guys.Race craft is very useful and is definitely one of the most important things in a race but if you're lagging behind you can't use it.And hotlapping is pretty useful,you need to be quick and know your lines(I'm ashamed to say until last weekend when I watched broughy's racing school videos I didn't even know how exactly you were supposed to take a corner) if you want to do good in races.