- VS & 74 (France)
So you'd rather have the current totally unrealistic slipstream where you're either in range and get the complete benefit or not? What Hellzfire said sounds much better to me...
The issue is extending the range so much, to the point racing becomes useless because you can't go away no matter what. Going from 0.8 to 1.3s is significant, and slipstream is already quite strong even on lowest settings. This also probably means more dirty air issues. Also, aerodynamics are quite complex in real life, don't expect a linear function to accurately represent what happens when a car gets closer to another one.
If I misunderstood it and the max amount is the same as before, but you gradually get it from 1.3s afar, then yes it could actually be good. But what I'm reading now feels like it's closer to "weak" slipstream, which would be ridiculous.