Some prefer the F40 to the Scuderia...
@UltimateLurker @WhoosierGirl has moved on to the PS4 and GT Sport. I hadn't heard from her in a long time so I sent her a message. That's what she told me. I let her know that we missed her. It seem there are a lot of our friends have ditched GT6 and gone on to the PS4 and the new games like GT Sport. If I could afford it I'd most likely do the same. I'm holding out until the price goes down some more and awaiting new of GT7. Until then I'm still with GT6. I started a new game on my youngest son's account so I'm playing there and only come here when the new Seasonals are updated. I've even gone back to GT5 because I can build hybrids there. PD doesn't give a hoot about all of us who have been loyal to the GT series. I think that why the continued recycled events keep showing up. Same tracks ect. What a shame since there are many tracks available to do something new. If you happen to be 60 or older there is great fun in the Geezer Club. We race online on Saturday mornings and are trying a mid week race on Thursdays. Great fun and very clean and respectful.
Well, I went to try your changes to Jeje's tune this morning, and realized that I somehow missed putting in the camber angles. I think this should explain our difference in opinion of the tune. I feel that I gave a recommendation in error, and for that I apologize.
@AlexAlien I did not know there was such a Stock Challenge thread. Thank you for your positive comments and for sure I will post it there also. Thank you so very much!!You should post this in the Stock Challenge thread as well, this is a great result in a great car - wish i could do it
TBH pretty much all the Ferrari's (except the race car ones) are good, I've tried and won with most of them, although the lower PP ones will need a few more parts to be competitive i.e. Dino,So which car is best here?
Plus all assists are off, no abs, tc etc etcHi all
My first impression of this event/challenge was to be honest I absolutely hated it, as I've found it incredibly hard to stay in front without spinning off or getting into a tangle!
But now I absolutely love it, I've tried tuned up Ferrari's that went well after a re-think, where as before it was bloody awful, then I tried a very mild setup that went pretty good too, so what else could I try ... ?
So I thought I try the standard Ferrari's, as I have a few Ferrari's in my garage, so I tried a few out and see how well they do.
They are as follows:-
Stock Ferrari (no tuning and completely standard)
430 Scuderia (good but a bit slippery at times)
California (good all rounder)
GTO '84 (pretty good)
599 (fast but if you get it wrong it'll bite back)
F430 '06 (the Ferrari's equivalent to the Lotus Elise but quicker)
And I finished 1st with each of these