700PP Racing Car Super Lap: Autodromo Nazionale Monza

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nowcontrol
700PP Racing Car Super Lap: Autodromo Nazionale Monza

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Canada
Thornhill
polsixe
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Thanks for keeping it going @nowcontrol, you’re the best!

some of you all can keep your Chappy 2X, the pretty Minolta does a golden job too.
 
727
Italy
close to Monza circuit
lfm_58
1:24.4 - 4th atm - chappy 2x - pad

Sorry for not purist choice but i just driven 10 laps with the car driven for autumn ring tt.

I must lap 1-1.5 faster also due to the fact i am living very close to the real monza circuit.. lets see

Ciao

EDIT: 1:23.905 - 3rd
 
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India
Mumbai
UnlikeUday
1:24.4 - 4th atm - chappy 2x - pad

Sorry for not purist choice but i just driven 10 laps with the car driven for autumn ring tt.

I must lap 1-1.5 faster also due to the fact i am living very close to the real monza circuit.. lets see

Ciao

EDIT: 1:23.905 - 3rd

Nice time. I used the Chap as well but could manage a time of 1:29:010 for 152nd rank when I saw last time.

Is there any specific setup You're using?
 
727
Italy
close to Monza circuit
lfm_58
Nice time. I used the Chap as well but could manage a time of 1:29:010 for 152nd rank when I saw last time.

Is there any specific setup You're using?

Until 1:24.1 I lapped with this one:

700pp - 508cv - 630kg - 46:54 - 1.24kg/cv / PL53.3% - 180kg @ +15%

racing head-2-head with @Kossie ghost I noticed a lack of speed on straight then I increased weight/power a little performing 1:23.9:

700pp - 514cv - 635kg - 47:53 - 1.23kg/cv - / PL56% - 185kg @ +13%

Body rigidity on both but I have some doubts on this aspect, I could confirm after more testing.
I would suggest to start with the lighter one and move to heavier settings when you get more confidence...

ciao

EDIT: 1.23.7
 
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1,552
Netherlands
Netherlands
bernies123
Until 1:24.1 I lapped with this one:

700pp - 508cv - 630kg - 46:54 - 1.24kg/cv / PL53.3% - 180kg @ +15%

racing head-2-head with @Kossie ghost I noticed a lack of speed on straight then I increased weight/power a little performing 1:23.9:

700pp - 514cv - 635kg - 47:53 - 1.23kg/cv - / PL56% - 185kg @ +13%

Body rigidity on both but I have some doubts on this aspect, I could confirm after more testing.
I would suggest to start with the lighter one and move to heavier settings when you get more confidence...

ciao
I´m using 200kg ballast at 8%.
 
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Sweden
Sweden
TRL_ERAZER
We've been through this before, its a bug. Same as it can show racing hard tyres when they are on racing soft tyres, confirmed by the players themselfs.
You cant turn the TC off on the 2X, even tho it says so on the leaderboard.
 
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Yeah, I doubt the TS030 can keep up on the straights with all the power of the Pescarolo. Corners, not a problem, I'm sure. I was fastest in something other than the Chap 2X last I looked. :sly:

Pretty far back on the leaderboard though. :crazy:
 
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Venezuela
Venezuela
Hello everyone I am new here, I leave my chaparral 2x car configuration, the brakes on 10 both, ballast weight 200kg, ballast position 18%, power limiter on 58.4% 536 hp. this is my favorite car of the game jaja, good luck, regards
 
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Italy
close to Monza circuit
lfm_58
Hello everyone I am new here, I leave my chaparral 2x car configuration, the brakes on 10 both, ballast weight 200kg, ballast position 18%, power limiter on 58.4% 536 hp. this is my favorite car of the game jaja, good luck, regards

Welcome on board @RD 57 7j :cheers: :gtpflag:and thanks for sharing your 2X setup.
I was trying to hunt your ghost on Friday and your first chicane is really amazing,,, just for curiosity, are you using handbrake?

ciao
 
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Venezuela
Venezuela
Thanks Ifm58 you are a good runner too, if I use the handbrake almost always in the first two consecutive turns, and also in the last sector when I go to a lot of speed, I use abs in 10 because I do not lose much speed when braking, the TCS deactivated is an error, I can not adjust it
 
1,758
United States
Mocksville, NC
Please ask
I put in 8 laps after trying one of the races at the AI HUB and ended up .5 seconds from gold in the LM55. Great setup and plenty of speed. My right hand has been injured for close to 3 weeks now which is why you haven't seen a time from me on either of the TTs. I can only manage 2-3 races or about 10 laps max or the pain is just too much and can't hold the DS3. Doc said it could be a couple of months. I have been resting it, icing it and using Biofreeze. They all help some but not enough to really be competitive. Would have had gold the first 3 of the laps but in the chicane before the long straight to the right hander on the home straight My left side ends up in the blue and get the DQ message. I'm glad that I will at least be able to get the TTs golded. I have already won the races but Madrid after some 30+ laps at the Ring and then a fall making the injury worse. My new year hasn't had the best start.
 
1,191
Canada
Thornhill
polsixe
I put in 8 laps after trying one of the races at the AI HUB and ended up .5 seconds from gold in the LM55. Great setup and plenty of speed. My right hand has been injured for close to 3 weeks now which is why you haven't seen a time from me on either of the TTs. I can only manage 2-3 races or about 10 laps max or the pain is just too much and can't hold the DS3. Doc said it could be a couple of months. I have been resting it, icing it and using Biofreeze. They all help some but not enough to really be competitive. Would have had gold the first 3 of the laps but in the chicane before the long straight to the right hander on the home straight My left side ends up in the blue and get the DQ message. I'm glad that I will at least be able to get the TTs golded. I have already won the races but Madrid after some 30+ laps at the Ring and then a fall making the injury worse. My new year hasn't had the best start.
Take care,
 
1,758
United States
Mocksville, NC
Please ask
Take care,
Thank you @Polsixe for think of me. This is the weirdest injury i have ever had. It started with a previous Seasonal at the Ring. I ran that race more than 30 times within a week. My hand was hurting but I thought it was just muscle soreness as I've never run that many races at a track with so many turns. I'm left handed and use my right hand to hold the DS3 and R1 for gas and R2 for back, or R3 for both. It's just the way the DS3 fits my hand. In a difficult race I tend to have a much tighter grip on the controller. Then was come inside from playing with the dogs and slipped and fell and of course I had my hand out to break my fall and jammed my thumb into the tissue, tendons and muscles between my thumb and forefinger. I go to the chiropractor every week because of my back, hip and knee that were affected by back surgery. He has unjammed my thumb 2 times and used ultrasound therapy. He said rest it. I do try but the racer in me doesn't want to sit in the pit. I have been experimenting with races to see which ones hurt the worst. The 700 PP Super Lap doesn't but I ran 2 events in the AI HUB first. So thanks again mate.:cheers: