Honestly I don't find it a big deal. If people want to use Active Steering, go ahead.
No offense taken mateNo offence in this, but coming from someone with years of tuning experience and on team trl which can share tuning information between the fastest players you have a huge leg up on the rest of us. I see TRL guys on willow post all the time but never a tune. I've never seen a tune from them. I agree it's a shame the car is fictional and demands a radical driving style but at least it doesn't require a tune, and gives people who don't know a chance to demonstrate their skill on track. No harm meant brotha
In the case of the current willow TT with the Suzuki, I was the one who created that setup, 2 years ago, and it IS posted in the old thread, all you need to do is go look for it.
Yes, all of that is correct, but sssh, its a secretThanks I didn't see the old thread. So now I'm confused with all of your names.. you are Elias Johansson (et, banned account) and TRL_Erazer? You are from Sweden but your name here says you're in Spain? Do you use two accounts on psn? lol what the hell is going on there if you don't mind me asking
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Hamilton had a mighty pole position lap today, a 1:21.135 at Monza, aka the temple of speed. An unbelievable time! Half a second up on his teammate, and Wolf_Aono
Yeah mate, just think about it, they are on par or faster than the track records during qualifying, and those records was set under the mighty 3.0 V10 era, and if you bear in mind that the cars today are 150kg heavier, has narrower tyres, and more restricted aero, where do they get all that speed? On the straights. previously the cars used to top out at about 310-320kmh. But nowadays they just keep going, and seem to drop off at about 360kmh. but that is not the main thing, the main thnig is how they get to that speed, look at the acceleration from 150kmh to 250kmh, its absolutely nuts, and thats probably where they deploy the hybrid power. I believe it could be as much as 1500bhp if you include the power from the hybrid system.@Kossie @UpTopLog apparently much higher than previously thought