Looks like I'll never get my proof...
...leaving the situation completely unchanged from the moment I asked for it.
This attitude isn't winning you any favours. You need to understand there's very little precedent for this in sport mode, so if you are going to accuse a large swathe of the playerbase of cheating, you need to;
A) have reasonable evidence to back it up.
B) expect some backlash to such a bold claim.
I've said what evidence I'd like to see, and I'd like it to be publicly available in this thread, I don't see why that wouldn't be possible.
The current daily race C is a pretty standard sport mode affair - gr3 at Nurburgring GP. The current fastest overall lap is a 01:51.785. I'd like to see this glitch/bug/cheat used to produce a lap within 2% (~1:54.000) of that lap time. 2% back to a top time is what I would consider a very competitive time and would be good for the top 500 in the current leaderboard.
Turn the bug on, show us it can produce a sport mode-relevant performance, *in the official q session* for the actual daily before it ends on Sunday night. From everything you've said so far, this shouldn't be difficult.
An extra note; I think this the first I've seen of a distinction between the two methods for different drivetrains. If that's the case, can I ask whether you agree with another statement; that if brake boost only works on AWD cars, it's irrelevant in the vast majority of sport mode races where AWD cars aren't available or simply aren't the optimal choice (any gr3 race, pretty much any gr4 race.) If brake boosting in AWD is so potent, how come the AWD gr4s are gathering dust in most people's garages while they drive a French FF?
My apologies, I have been quite busy these past couple of days so I wasn't able to reply right away.
I understand what your point of view is that it would be very difficult to perform the optimal brake pressure which is definitely correct. It took me about 4 months of learning about this glitch and practice to get it quite consistent and I could probably get my brake pressure in a margin of error of about 2% on a controller but if you have a wheel and pedals, it is much easier to hit the correct margin, but obviously people who have never heard of this wouldn't have the experience.
In the video I will make in these coming weeks I will set a ghost lap around the track Blue Moon Bay, however it wont be a normal lap because before the first lap starts (By crossing the start/finish line) I will line up my car just behind the start/finish line so when I launch, the ghost lap will also record the launch of the car.
I will use a car that would perhaps be chosen by anyone in the forum to make it an unbiased choice, the tune of the car would be fully stock and the launch of the car would use TCS on 1 just so there cant be anything else to influence the acceleration of the car. I will set a ghost lap with the launch of that car with no brake boost or e cheat technique and then I will race that ghost with that car launched with the brake boost or e cheat launch.
When I am setting up the ghost laps, I will leave the video uncut so I wouldn't be able to tweak or change the tune of the car or the ghost laps. If that wouldn't be sufficient enough evidence, I will do a lap of a track of choice and a car of choice to see if the glitch will be able to be observed there (I am no where near a pro at track racing but I will keep it clean and consistent).
I hope this will give the chance to show you about this glitch so we can get it taken care of
(Also the brake boost technique works on mostly everything except some weird cars where you have to adapt it a little bit)