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Discussion in 'GT6 Racing Series' started by Brutaka, Mar 9, 2015.
Has the final round combination been leaked? I know it happened last year (GTR GT3 @spa).
Could it be Nurburgring? or Laguna maybe?
The GT3 RJN wasn't released until after GT Academy had finished correct? If so, what if it's the Nissan GT-R NISMO LMP1 at Le Mans or something? That would be incredible!
Well, if reflects the real LMP1 at the moment then it'll be delayed until next year ;P
Maybe they'll go retro and use the R390 GT1?
It will be this
Mmmm. Still got my money on GTR LM being the final
Points Table Up.
Driver's Briefing updated.
Sign ups for Round 1 active.
@Leoni Dias has re-joined us as a GT Cup Steward.
GTWC trophies administered in GTWC thread.
ORA WEC coming soon!
You serious, where did you get this from? Philippines?
I have a bit of some off-topic questions I want you guys to help me with.
Ok so I want to play Project Cars on the PS4, however, I need a wheel. The only one I can afford without any problem is the T80 (Not that good of a wheel). I planned to get that from the money I will get from trading in my old DFGT and the little bit of extra money I have. (I also plan to sell my G27 Wheel and Stand later on in the year)
My question is should I just buy the T80 now or invest in a T300 until August when I have to go to college. (My parents buying me one won't be an option )
In my opinion, id wait till and get the t300. But you could look on youtube and find some reviews for the T80, and see if you like it. InsideSimRacing might have one.
I bet you could find maybe a pre-owned T300RS for cheaper. If you don't mind me asking, what's your budget?
My guaranteed budget is 250. I may get another $100 if I can trade in my old DFGT to Amazon and it works, and my birthday and graduating is coming up so I may get something there.
Also I started to think about this, Do I want a big hulking wheel setup in my dorm? I can probably fit the T80 on a coffee stand but the T300 might be a bit of a stretch.
It's worth it. I'm promising you, don't buy a wheel with no feedback.
I know, I really don't want to, it's just that that T300 is crazy expensive, If I buy it it will be the most expensive thing I've bought with my own money.
Then again If I buy the T300 I can sell my DFGT and my G27..... Anybody want a G27 with a Stand for $300?
See everyone in a little while for Round 1! Attendance is looking pretty nice .
Sorry don't think I will attend, since I haven't had time to practice at all will look to jump in next week if there's space
Does anyone have a decent base setup that they don't mind sharing (via PM if needs be)?
I've been doing some testing this afternoon but haven't found much time so far.
@Gabguss @SK8RBOI @Ross76 @Pubs16 @Ramalhinho91
All Downforce on the front, non on the rear!
First thing I always do
The GT-R is odd though as even with max/min there's more on the rear.
I've been averaging 1:50's and managed a 1:49.7, faster guys probably low 1:48's, 1:47's.
I'm signing on in a few minutes to do some practice in a club lobby.
Round 1 lobby up!
Give me 5 minutes.
@Leoni Dias Are you still planning to attend? You have about 5 minutes.
I had to go @Brutaka I turned the PS3 off when I won with one guy still waiting to finish. Had a gap over rcb of 8.346 I believe.
Is there a link available for incident reports? I don't see any in the OP.
Incident report form active
Provisional points added.
First off, I wasn't even sure I was going to make it this weekend, there was about a 20% chance I would be able to. The only practice I had was from the weekend before doing only a few laps, and then did a couple laps in the lobby once it opened. The car felt great around the track nonetheless.
Qualifying: knowing I had good pace, my focus was to be hopefully in the top 3. Had a pretty solid lap that managed pole for me.
Race 1: I had a good launch off the start and held 1st through turn 1 which was the most important part. From then on I initially started to slowly build a gap from filo, but he made a few mistakes which gave me a good gap. I made no mistakes the entire race putting in consistent lap times and the fastest lap of the race.
Race 2: Once again I knew the most important thing was to get a good start and hold 1st. I did and led the entire race once again setting my PB of a 48.8. Once again I made no mistakes but I wasn't so hard on the pace this race in terms of consistent fast pace.
Was a very strong weekend for me, sadly I'll be missing round 2 but I would've loved to race around Tsukuba.
I'm not sure what is going to happend next week in Tsukuba. Such a short circute .
Hope it will stay clean next week.
Did some testing at it, and man, the car moves around a lot on the bumps. Expect there to be action.