My best is 1'47.5 (I'm happy with that) and I'm not sure if I'll do one more session tonight (my timezone). Good luck for top 20 hunting...
It was interesting to give this a go given it is default setups and to see if I can still drive somewhat. Anyway was relieving to see in terms of my best corners, pace was very similar to the fastest.
Not the best start of lap but decent middle sector and last sector apart from last corner. Hopefully someone finds video useful.
Next is Vette@Laguna Seca....that alone is worth the 'Murica DLC
Good to see too, reminds me of the good old days. Yeah, it helps pCARS is quite easy to drive to limit too. Just remembered Wolfgang drives this car in real life. It's like a ship, I don't know where I am on the track with it so best of luck to him.Heh nice to see some familiar faces from GT TT's pretty convincing time after such long brake, driving is bit like driving (a bike) though isn't it, once you learn it you got it heheh naah, congrats great lap
Heh well if I had looked at the video when you posted it I still might have picked few things from it but I noticed it when I was finished already. not so easy to improve just by looking some videos, but seeing faster guys laps I gett confirmation on things that I might be doing right and where I could try out some different stuff.. But yeah, thanks for posting it great lap
Really started to feel like doing TT's tonight for I was busting my balls trying to shave off few tenths, even managed to improve quite a bunch but really felt like I only today started to get proper idea how to drive this car and I was finding time everywhere... Problem just was I had run 4 hours when I was trying to pull it all together and I didn't quite make as good of a lap that I would have been able, giving it more days that is... But yeah doesn't matter and really brilliant trying out some TT'ing on stock tune and I really found myself enjoying the car more and more as I just got more familiar with it... Heh but yeah still managed to squeeze out 1:46:225 having a quite good first sector but loosing time on the rest of the lap... Last corner goes really bad, but like said I didn't quite have the energy to pull it off anymore so that was it, few more tenths and I'd been super happy but then again I learned a lot and this was something I was missing from GT... Well THE ONLY thing I was missing from GT so this is looking great, not sure I'm gonna buy anymore DLC just so I can enter, but otherwise I think I'll be going after the LB's on this event...
I recorded the lap so here it is
Good to see too, reminds me of the good old days. Yeah, it helps pCARS is quite easy to drive to limit too.
I personally just used the ghost of the fastest to learn quite quickly the limit. Also quick confirmation too.
Hopefully GT SPORT brings back stock TTs like GT5P.
Well done on the improvement. I'm going to get the GoTY add-on when it's out regarding DLC, should be good value.
It´s a bit "funny" for me to watch these videos, because I follow the same lines and aim for the same braking points, the laps look visually very similar and still I am just barely under the 1:50 mark,
I managed 1:48.9 on two occasions
This was my 2nd TT in pCARS and it's feels different than GT6 but was fun.
Very good writing.
BTW Masa's lap was on 3rd lap!
It depends on tune though, I preferred ones where they weren't designed to be used for active steering use a lot easier to push to limit. Find GT harder to drive fast than say pCARS and Assetto Corsa as the limit I find harder to reach. I'm hoping GT SPORT has better handling balance so it is easier and more fun to push cars to the limit.Heh well let me put it this way, in GT while doing those PP limited tuning TT's the problem usually never was to "drive to the limit" for some of those tunes were so damn snappy and rear heavy that the idea was just to drive keeping the car on the track without spinning or going out the word "feathering" gets a whole new meaning when driving Light car company Rocket that has 160 kilos of ballast ON THE REAR AXLE!! I mean jeeesus christ it doesn't even feel like balancing on a wire nope, it feels like balancing on a fishing line while while trying to make an over sized thread run trough a needle hole heheh I mean it's great fun and when the competition is so hard that it is on GT LB's EVERYTHING goes and that's just natural, but in Pcars I have to work a bit to get the car to the limit so it's bit more pleasant to work that way, GT has without no doubt thought me lots of things while I was just keeping the car within the bounds but actually having to push hard to get something out of these cars is more fun and interesting and it really has quite much stronger relation to real life in that way... But yeah, now after almost 5 months in Pcars I've managed to translate my driving from GT to Pcars and TBH driving in Pcars only felt quite hard for first few weeks, idea is just to be tad more careful than in GT in Pcars cars feel heavier and getting the car off balance will result to catastrophe more easily than in GT, but I guess in principle the same things come trough when talking about driving games that aim towards some sort of reality...
I do that also on GT, use my own ghost usually a slower one for reference and also look at top replays to quicken learning. I also don't like following ghosts, prefer it when it is in my mirrors to use as reference.Yeah I have to start using this method more, I was actually really quite surprised I was able to pic already few things just after following zakspeeds ghost for one lap... In GT I just drove against my own ghost looking at top replays picking up stuff, but this method is without doubt something I must start using more... Would be great if I could make the ghost disappear and reappear like in GT, I've never learned to do fast laps following the ghost for whole lap and I have to say it distracts me a lot... Maybe just something that I should get used to to doing, many of the top guys seem to run having their ghost on...
Highlight from me back then is GT Academy 2014 when I finished day 1 ahead of the aliens. Knew then I had reasonable raw pace:Well heh I entered the "TT party" few months after GT6 release so I never got to enjoy too many stock TT's... Well there were those VGT's but I avoided them altogether for they felt quite odd when I tried them and something in the whole idea of these future cars just didn't appeal me... Well I went for one VGT event with full vigor meaning I really hot lapped 4 hours per evening ON AVERAGE for the whole 4 weeks was actually one of the most insane stunts I pulled in my life in a way that I really just sat down behind the wheel every day after work even if I didn't feel like it, and after I got tired I went on for few more hours just to build my routine and it really felt insane just forcing myself to drive more and more laps when the other half of my brain was YELLING at me "STOP STOP STOP YOU'RE TIRED YOU MUST STOOOOOOOOP" but the other half was telling "NO NO NO NO NO you must try out few more things we still got energy left" so as I listened this going trough my brain for 4 weeks I was pretty much a stake after the TT was over, but GOD DAMN IT made it to the top ten and even on place 7 making that my one and only top ten finish in GT So yeah, when I don't have to worry about tuning I can just keep on trying out stuff and on the same time build my routine, tuning really makes my head hurt for I can keep on moving those values back and forth just to find out that I'm gaining a tenth on one corner and loosing it in another... So yeah MORE STOCK TT'S in GT would be a blast and if PD has any sense in to them left they will get rid of the whole VGT idiocy and start concentrating making the cars that already exist feel more alive in the game... In retro-perspective cars in GT6 felt horribly generic, in Pcars I really have to change more things when skipping from open wheel to a GT car...
Heh oh yeah just got to mention that it was at Fuji in Lexus VGT I did my precious top ten, and really looking back to it still feels like quite of an effort, not only in a sense I really played well more than necessary in those 4 weeks and it really took me until last evening to make a really insane lap taking me to 7th place I was already 10th by then but I was quite scared someone will steel my first top ten from under my nose so you guys can imagine that what was the feeling when I saw my ghost well behind me coming down the main straight honestly making chills run trough my back just thinking about it and whilst I know some top ten position ain't nothing special for some of you guys but for me it really took firstly over a year of practice going after GT LB's (well I have played before, but only by myself) and then hitting it until I drop for 4 weeks and that is a sort of stuff money CAN'T buy so it really was worth while no matter for someone else it comes quite much easier
Hehehe but yeah, as you can probably guess from the response you're going to see me going after GT LB's as soon as it's possible again ( well I guess they're still open but I don't have PS3 anymore...) and I really do hope also we start getting something more proper that 500PP every damn time PD's imagination seemed to be enough to change the track and tires every now and then but that was about it when looking at the amount of people taking part to those TT's I don't quite think PD realized that they should but WAY more effort to them
Just had another look for it and saw another tweet so doesn't look it will be good value as I thought it would be. Might just buy GoTY version for PS4 especially if there is a decent PS store deal.Yeah thanks, way too short of a time for me to make much better but then again it really wasn't that slow lap either... Gonna have to look on to that GoTY DLC, haven't herd from it (haven't payed any attention to DLC, there's been plenty of stuff to do up to now)
Was good to see him break into the the 1:44's, great lap and consistency shown in terms of speed by Masa.Here's by the way the lap from F1-Masa seems to be from finland too great job I think I must go congratulate him to Pcars forum
It depends on tune though, I preferred ones where they weren't designed to be used for active steering use a lot easier to push to limit.
I do that also on GT, use my own ghost usually a slower one for reference and also look at top replays to quicken learning. I also don't like following ghosts, prefer it when it is in my mirrors to use as reference.
Highlight from me back then is GT Academy 2014 when I finished day 1 ahead of the aliens. Knew then I had reasonable raw pace:
That's quite hardcore, good to see perseverance worked out for you.
Hoping GT SPORT BETA comes out within a month and can hotlap on that soon, will be interesting to see how cars will sound and behave like on that.
Just had another look for it and saw another tweet so doesn't look it will be good value as I thought it would be. Might just buy GoTY version for PS4 especially if there is a decent PS store deal.
I was wondering before if that was view the really fast drivers were using as it is much easier to see where the car is. Might try that view out more next time I play and see if I can get used to it.
All hell has broken loose on the official forums because SMS has allowed invalid laps and said they were only just outside the limits! This is unreal, the rules clearly state that 2 wheels must be within track limits and the white lines are the track limits. SMS needs to go look at the GTP WRS to see how invalid laps are detected and dealt with.
Doesn't seem too unreasonable what they actually said. At least it is not like last year where on same track where they gave the prize to people whoever cut the track the most which penalised people who followed the rules heavily. You can see driver in front of me actually won the T300 cutting the track like that and I missed out because I did the fastest lap while trying to take the corners properly. One of the reasons why I stopped playing this game as the events became a joke.All hell has broken loose on the official forums because SMS has allowed invalid laps and said they were only just outside the limits! This is unreal, the rules clearly state that 2 wheels must be within track limits and the white lines are the track limits. SMS needs to go look at the GTP WRS to see how invalid laps are detected and dealt with.
I don't know how to tune myself but there are some decent tuners here so just used best tunes I found. I don't drive with active steering myself as it feels weird and doesn't feel too good for steering wheel. Much better if balance of car is really good that there is no need to correct for oversteer all the time.Yeah I know exactly what you mean, thing just was I never picked up tuning in GT6 (I skipped the GT5 and nothing I remembered from GT4 was working..) so I had to rely on tunes posted on the forums and many times there really were no option... And it really seemed that on certain track/car combos there were like 60-70% of the people on the top ten using AC and while it's my own fault not learning to device AC properly, somehow having thing called "active steering" sounds like I'm not doing all the work by myself, and as my goal in playing this game has been towards developing myself to get better in these games I don't think I want any extra hands involving in to my driving.. But yeah, it's more rewarding trying to push the car to the limit by yourself instead of just trying to hold it back so it stays on the road that is for sure
Indeed, good option to have.Yeah this is why I like to have the option to vanish the ghost during the lap, I can just look at it when I need the reference, not all the time distracting my driving...
Yeah was quite awesome to be ahead knowing that also I didn't spend too much time on it and it wasn't even a great lap. Don't think it affects opponents much to be honest, helps with personal confidence though, much better to be at the top than at the bottom with same amount of effort. It is much more puzzling then.Heh well it has must of been amazing seeing yourself up ahead of everyone knowing how hard people will attack on day one you really made a statement there hehehe, I mean I think when going after those absolute top times you must have nerves of steel above all the skill you have and setting the best time on day one is THE BEST thing you can do for it really sets the seed of doubt in to the opponents mind, AND in your own mind it creates confidence that really is much needed when fighting over top times with those guys I mean I have been in such trouble even when trying to beat my own time that I have had to really convince myself that I can at least replicate the same time, going after guys that are most certainly among the top dogs in the whole scene must require good confidence in own doing or else it's just impossible, so yeah, even though we're going few year back congratulations for that achievement I'd be interested on asking some things about GTA for you've been there without doubt, but maybe later on...
Does Monza straight come in your dreams too now.Hahaha well I have to admit that it really is a bit risky business to literally force myself to drive like that I mean yeah I do drive almost daily anyway and I can sit behind the wheel 4-5 hours per evening no problem but I really had to go that extra mile for driving the same car around the same track gets quite boring no matter the car really was a ton of fun to drive...
The main straight from Fuji is still coming in to my dreams, especially from when I was on week 2 or something it felt like the straight was 2 minutes long and as I was restarting all the time messing up the first turn I stated to get quite frustrated, KERS actually had to be used so that I really had to restart after every lap anyway so I spend probably like 10 hours of my life just running down the Fuji's main straight (hahah oh lord that sounds quite insane )
Heheh the funny thing was that on week 3 I was so numb that driving down that straight didn't feel boring anymore and already on week 3 I had such a routine that I was sort of just running laps and when it seemed I had a good start I had it all set up for a really good time, but as the Fuji is what it is and as the car had really nice property that you could make it turn really nicely using the throttle to kick the ass around I spend that last week just trying to perfectly drift in and out from every corner the twisty part in the end starting from chicane was literally driven side ways so it only just needed that one REALLY good AND bit lucky lap but getting it really took me until last evening and oh man it really was a good thing I got it
I mean after that event it really took few weeks to get back in to playing and even though I really don't take this stuff THAT seriously () that not getting in to top ten would have ruined my life but still was really nice to get there NO DOUBT I mean I think I have few strong assets when it comes to playing, I'm very serious when I'm on the track, really concentrated and so on, but when I stop playing it stops being so serious if you know what I mean, it just a game second thing really is that when I find something fun to do I keep learning to do it better for it only gets more fun when I know how to do it better heheh but yeah, it really is true that most of the time this sort of method will end not so well, taken too seriously that sort of stuff will seriously make you really MAD, I mean here at GTP there's been at least one guy that I've seen totally loose it over not getting in the high ranks no matter he spend like up to 8 hours driving so just sitting behind the wheel will usually solve nothing, BUT I had it all set up for me in that event so it worked for me probably going to try something similar in the future if the event is just right as it was back then, it really was quite extreme and now that I know it won't hurt me I can take it on again if it feels like it but yeah I do not recommend such methods to anyone
Yeah licenses are too easy now, it's like first attempt and already beat gold by a big margin but at least they added leaderboards. That makes it challenging again, I tried to be 1st in all of them with ABS off, given quite a few fast people on my friends list, that made it seriously challenging. Hopefully difficulty will be at level of GT4 at least.Hehehe yeah I think they should come up with something quite decent, the in game challenges are something that I also look forward besides the TT's, in GT6 they weren't so great but there's been some really freaking great events in past GT's so I hope they come up with something proper... Taking over 32 cars at nurb in the rain and such something challenging I hope, felt like the licences were WAAAAAY too easy in GT6, I was disappointed getting the gold time so damn easy
It's good to have, just annoying that events require it so so not everyone takes part that might have done so less competition.Heheh well I just don't like the whole idea of DLC for it really is bit like paying from the same game over and over again buuuuut I think I have to get used to it for DLC is surely not going anywhere naah, I think I want that stance works DLC at least but have to see what else I'll buy...
Great minds think alike. I use that view on GT where you just see dials, just got really used to using cockpit view on pCARS and Assetto Corsa that other views feel strange to drive on. I did used to use cockpit view in GT though before switching to dials as I saw that's what the fast people mainly used so probably be able to change with some practice. Was interesting also to see lower gears usage, I also tried that out too but was more consistent at time of just sticking with higher gears.Yeah I was actually thinking the same thing, I used to drive from bumper view in GT but after sometime in Pcars I switched to cockpit for I was playing career and it was more fun to drive that way (and more fun to look my own replays ) but yeah it really doesn't help to see the interior of the car I don't believe so I think I have to try it too
Don't think it affects opponents much to be honest, helps with personal confidence though, much better to be at the top than at the bottom with same amount of effort. It is much more puzzling then.
Does Monza straight come in your dreams too now.
Yeah I know there are some people on here that can be even more hardcore than that, I thought I played GT6 a lot then see compared to a lot on here, I'm like a super casual gamer.
Yeah licenses are too easy now, it's like first attempt and already beat gold by a big margin but at least they added leaderboards. That makes it challenging again, I tried to be 1st in all of them with ABS off, given quite a few fast people on my friends list, that made it seriously challenging. Hopefully difficulty will be at level of GT4 at least.
It's good to have, just annoying that events require it so so not everyone takes part that might have done so less competition.
Great minds think alike.
I use that view on GT where you just see dials, just got really used to using cockpit view on pCARS and Assetto Corsa that other views feel strange to drive on. I did used to use cockpit view in GT though before switching to dials as I saw that's what the fast people mainly used so probably be able to change with some practice.
Was interesting also to see lower gears usage, I also tried that out too but was more consistent at time of just sticking with higher gears.
That's a bummer as I was 45th and if there was 1 more dirty lap ahead of me I could have got some points.
My lap was disqualified for taking to much curb on the first chicane,
Always feels good when you get that "lucky" lap although you really end up making your own luck.
1st attempt at round 2 is a 1'22.766.
Enjoying this 1 as the track limit penalties are really good.
Always important to know why fast or slow, then it's easier to improve. I can visualise the perfect lap, just so hard to nail it when push comes to shove.Heheh well I believe you're right that it has not that much effect on the competition for those guys at the top won't let such things effect them but yeah, helps a ton having good confidence (that is not based on unrealistic assumptions!!) when doing something as challenging and demanding as GTA for example, like said I have felt like I can't even catch my own ghost every now and then then it's just quite easy to say myself that "hey man it was you who did the previous lap, just figure out what you doing wrong, idiot.." )
3 evenings would be an endurance for me.HAhahaha naaah mate I merely drove 3 evenings there from where I come from that's just a warm up and the real grinding was just about to begin hehehe but yeah, I really spend 4 weeks at Fuji, in the same damn car so it really was coming in to my dreams hehehh well TBH I tried to make the damn event to come in to my dreams the idea actually was to try to keep myself "in the task" for the whole 4 weeks and I honestly spend a lot of time at work too just contemplating on what I'm gonna try out next and looking replays etc. full commitment you know heheh but yeah, it was fun and I got my reward so pretty brilliant I went for it few bad dreams every now and then doesn't bother
I do it for the competition personally, fun to battle against aliens.Heheheh yeah mate I actually have a life outside SIM-racing too and TBH I think I should drop out from work to be able to but any more effort in to playing Heheh naah, I think especially now that I actually have to spend some of my energy at work waking up quite early there's not much point running longer that 4 hour per evening, I've come to realize in many occasions that my max limit per evening is around 4 hours and I will not make any improvement after that, if I've kept on after that things start to feel quite difficult, but there's an actual upside exhausting myself and still continuing, damn it feel EASY the next day with fresh energy heheh so yeah, there must be better ways of training, but one thing is to try to drive really good lap times when you're really tired... sounds quite odd but I think when you're really tired you start have to pay so much more effort to be able to hit same laps when on fresh energy that when again coming back on fresh energy I can get to same lap times with less effort... heheh well this is how it feels and I think routine is something you can always work on no matter (or better yet even!? when) being bit tired heheh naah, many times I simply just CAN'T stop grinding when I should I like the adrenaline very very much and when you combine dopamine in to the equation it just is the finest feeling, and yeah, adrenaline alone is actually ADDICTING (easy to tell when looking at guys doing extreme sports) so there's few motivator that can keep me going, even when my senses are telling me to stop (heheh it's good to write this stuff down, makes me realize a lot of things )
I was quite rubbish back when I got GT4, struggled to get Bronze. Yeah, GT6 I think is probably worst in the series.Heh yeah, my memory of GT2 and 3 is more or less really vague, BUT 4th I remember well and the level of difficulty was a real challenge, took me weeks to get gold time on some of those events and some of those events I just kept on driving and improving my times for they were really fun and challenging stuff to do!!! It's actually a great luck I found TT's when playing GT6, the game itself was really poor if we compare to the events in GT4... not even talking about difficulty..
Heheh oh yeah, perhaps GT6 licences could have been bit more challenging BUT SRF was forced on Heheh naah, guess these modern day players can't handle the idea of not getting some challenge trough with gold merits, when I started playing it was obvious that not everyone is able to beat those gold times...
Cost isn't the issue for me too, just don't really see myself playing it much. I paid £100 for pCARS 2 already and yet to download it. Anyway rather not have to pay to put myself through more moments.Yeah heheh, I'm doing a bit of counting to see what DLC I have to buy to be able to enter as many of these events as possible... Looks like two more DLC and I should be able to enter most of the events.. Heheh I mean the cost is not that much, I smoke a pack a day and that is pure idiocy so I should not worry some DLC costing me less than half a pack of cigarettes heheh and yeah, guess the game makers have to live somehow too, they should just make bit less bugging games and it would be bit easier to send them some more money, SMS haven't really convinced me for some reason
Hopefully easy to get on another view, I might just stick with cockpit view as I prefer it for live recording of hotlaps as can see steering position.Yeah, I've played GT since I started from bumper view (well I think I started from exterior, but for some reason that I can't recall I've switched to bumper) and actually I learned to play Pcars from bumper too (I had actually bit of trouble driving from cockpit when I first tried, easier to see the car motions or something from bumper so I won't loose the cars balance so easily) but I think it was when I started to drive more that 98T I switched to cockpit and it started to feel more natural and when I tried few weeks later to go back to bumper it felt IMPOSSIBLE I can't see SH** I mean yeah it really helps to see the driving lines when you're bit higher but yeah, I think switching between views is not so hard to learn, takes few days but brains will forget from what view you drove before and just switch everything in to this new frame work heheh I mean one of my wells of endless optimism comes from the idea that we all have very very effective tool between our ears, trusting IT to handle it's work without inserting too many doubts in to your mind and things will happens almost by themselves heheh I mean I don't know have you guys herd but human learns while he's sleeping, so when trying to improve on some TT or what ever it really is good to do hard practice sessions without even trying to make the maximum but just doing it without pressure and then having a really good night sleep and go back for it!!! Sounds almost stupid, but when approaching like this all I need to do is basically sit behind the wheel and my times will improve I mean yeah of course I spend time on thinking and testing, but usually after had training sessions those improvements just start dropping in on the next days stint...
I usually experiment straightaway and see what works best for me to match / beat speed in all the corners. Then question of stringing a good lap together which doesn't happen that often for me.I guess you're talking about F1-Masa's video?? but yeah, having only 3 days to practice I didn't even get that far to start trying those lower gears... Well I thought I'd be able to carry better speed for 2nd chicane when staying on 3rd gear, BUT I think coming down to 2nd actually helped to stop the car better making the braking distance shorter... Heheh but yeah, this is why I want to see those top replays and I really would prefer something like 2 weeks of time to set the lap I said in the start of the post that driving 3 night is merely a warm up for me, BUT it really is so for I learned the routine in GT6 having two weeks of time I just spend the first week "looking around" not even trying too much, it was toward the last days of event I didn't do anything but try get that best possible lap in and it's bit more straining that just doing a bit of warming up...
It's down to skill also so more accurate you become whether at racing games or billiards, it becomes less about luck.Heheh yeah this was actually a really good point I mean yeah I might get bit lucky every now and then when trying to improve, but that luck won't just drop in to my lap so I have to work to get lucky, making my own luck and I don't know if you guys played any billiards but that's a game where the roll of the ball can make the difference in winning and loosing, the thing just really is that the better you're playing billiards the luckier you seem to get the thing just is that when you have years of experience on something you tend to be able to avoid getting UNLUCKY and you know when there's a time to trust on that luck a bit... But yeah, I got tired of playing billiard for there were many people who didn't get this but starts to blame the opponent for getting lucky and winning I mean yeah maybe in billiards luck plays bigger role than in racing (when billiards is played on good level luck only matters if opponents are level and better will win 90% time anyway) but still it's good to realize that making your own luck is actually possible, in a way so yeah, good point and many people should realize this, luck won't drop in to your lap, you work for it and maybe then you can get some
Unlucky, do you have any other views of lap or checked your ghost out to see how close to lines you are? I got done on the second chicane, was having a look at my lap and seems I had two wheels at least on white line throughtout corner, at least back two or right two.My lap was disqualified for taking to much curb on the first chicane, doesn't look that bad also it lost me maybe .200
as my first sector was poor because of the chicane!
Can you use your best session ghost if you try and do time trial, does ghost show up then or is it different car?@Saidur_Ali no i never looked at other views because i was hoping to improve the lap, the first chicane i lost at least .200-300 and thats what i got DQ for lol i have seen lots of others take the same amount of curb yet they was ok.
There was no ghost in TT as i had run a faster car on that track.
To be honest i don't think they can govern this right by looking at peoples ghost, i asked for proof of them that it was over the line but they are unable to view after the event. So they must view peoples ghost as me or you could and we know the ghost aren't always true!
So unless you have solid proof of your lap you will get DQ if your ghost looks iffy
Anyway had a couple of hours on Mazda today got a 22.4 not a bad start, i guess when i get back on sunday it will be about 21.7s
Good luck everyone
Can you use your best session ghost if you try and do time trial, does ghost show up then or is it different car?
Personally would have preferred FIA rules where you just need part of one wheel on track and only really get penalised if you gain an advantage. Would have been better if they just relied on the track boundaries in the game, seems to do a reasonable job nowadays.
It has different LOD IIRC too so probably affects how car appears. Surprised they let a lap where ghost that looked way out as allowed and I've looked at mine which looks like it is on track throughout and it was not considered close enough to be even contacted about. Doesn't seem very consistent to me. Think if they exclude people from results, at least tell them and show exactly why. By the sounds of what you said, they don't have proof either which I don't think it is good way to go about things. Imagine in real life motorsport getting your qualifying lap deleted with no proof showing it was off track. Do you think my lap is off track out of interest on second chicane going by the pictures and video?
Hopefully won't be too much a issue on most tracks in pCARS the track boundaries. Think today times will be already at 1:21.7s.
I suppose only way really now would be try and take exact same line somehow and see how it looks in replay view to see if they have a point or not regarding that corner.No it shows a faster lap/car, its the first thing i tried. Yes it would be more fair keeping with the track limits in game then its the same for all and not poor judgment from a iffy ghost!
They say you need two wheels at least on the white line so if you did it should be clean, hard to tell from them pic you needed to pan round really, did you appeal?