Open *Point To Point Rally!* Race Rally Championship

Discussion in 'GT6 Racing Series' started by nascarfan1400, Oct 19, 2013.

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How do you want the Rounds to be run?

  1. R1: Forward Dynamic Weather / R2: Reverse Dynamic

    21 vote(s)
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  2. R1: Forward Clear / R2: Forward Weather/Time Change

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  3. R1: Forward Clear / R2: Reverse Weather/Time Change

    6 vote(s)
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  4. R1: Forward Dynamic / R2: Forward Dynamic

    3 vote(s)
    9.1%
  5. R1: Forward Weather / R2: Forward Clear/Time Change

    1 vote(s)
    3.0%
  1. PatrisS136

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    Can someone will have time on Friday at 7-8 PM UTC to test at Matterhorn ?

    PS @nascarfan1400 Audi S1 Pikes Peak - Can I use it against SX4 or is it too crazy ?
     
  2. SnakeOfBacon

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    Well, that's very odd. Is my experience an offline-only thing? At 100% weather, 0 weather change probability, grip reduction on real, the track was under heavy rain, but the track wetness percentage stayed at 0% for the full lap and a half I drove and grip remained unaffected. I was also unable to change the starting amount of water on the track.
     
  3. rallymorten

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    This right here is all that's important.

    Weather changeability isn't weather changeability as per se. It's rather the speed at which you'll go through weather patterns (the weather is scripted from certain criteria. On the test day, using the settings to be used in the race, for an event I hosted earlier this year, it went from sunny to munsoony conditions after about 45 minutes. Guess when it happened in the race?) and how fast the weather changes (rain and lack thereof) make an effect on the track.

    Basically, the higher the weather changeability, the faster you'll see the rain that's scripted to come at some point, and the faster the track will be flooded, whereas a lower value will make everything involving weather slower or non-changing (0). Quite a bit similar to accelerated daylight.
     
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  4. nascarfan1400

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    If this is tl;dr:

    0 changeability goes for the surface water too
     
  5. PatrisS136

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    @nascarfan1400 Just because I'm not officially signed up :

    GTP-PatrisS136
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    Cars : Depends what I can choose
     
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  6. Harsk100

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    I think that the weather of the rally should be like the real country's weather: For example, in day of the rally, it is raining on Spain. Then, it should rain in the rally too!
     
  7. SnakeOfBacon

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    Thank you for clearing that up. My previous understanding of that option was that setting it to 0 ensured that the weather would remain however it was when it started, and that the speed with which the track gains or loses surface water was related to the time scaling. Upon my latest visit to the track (Just after downloading 1.13) everything is working normally.
     
  8. PatrisS136

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    I've tested today Peugeot 206 Rally Car and Impreza'03 ( this OP ) on Matterhorn from Sector 2 to finish

    206 - 1:17.8 ( 295 hp/1230 kg )
    Impra-1:19.8 ( 290 hp/1250 kg , had a error at left after the downhill , had to stop )
     
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  9. Harsk100

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    Nas, when are you updating the OP? We are waiting.
     
  10. PatrisS136

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    Nas isn't here now - You have to WAIT
     
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  11. Harsk100

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    OK, OK! Whatever! :ouch:
     
  12. PatrisS136

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    Not only you
     
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  13. Harsk100

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    I thought that the rally cars apart from Group B use Racing Hard tyres...
     
  14. PatrisS136

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    I think they took Sport Tires because RH was too grippy.
     
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  15. Harsk100

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    I'm also planning to run an rally championship in the future. More details soon.
     
  16. PatrisS136

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    Make Rallycross related to this
     
  17. PatrisS136

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    Sorry Nas for double post but I and harsk are waiting for this.
     
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  18. Harsk100

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    I sent him a PM.
     
  19. Ettick

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    RH is a slick compound. WRC cars do not use slick tires.
     
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  20. Harsk100

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    OK. So, WRC cars use SS tires while the Group B ones use RH Tyres, right?
     
  21. PatrisS136

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    YOU HAD ONE JOB @nascarfan1400
     
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  22. nascarfan1400

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    I'm sorry guys, I'm going through something personal right now. :(
     
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  23. Harsk100

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    That's ok Nas. But please try to fix the OP ASAP (As soon as possible). Good luck :tup:
     
  24. V8-Johnboy

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    That's the first I've heard about that plan. *sarcasm*:crazy:
     
  25. Harsk100

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    This isn't joking and neither a sarcasm :grumpy:
     
  26. V8-Johnboy

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    What @rolo912011 said springs to mind:rolleyes:, carry on Harsk.
     
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  27. Harsk100

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    I think that the PWRC cars do not use any power upgrades except for ECU... Do they use stock tires?
     
  28. Mike458

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    I'd love to join in this series; is there any Group B slots available, if Group B exists?
     
  29. PatrisS136

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    < comes in front of @nascarfan1400 room window > GET UPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP !!!!!!!!
     
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  30. rallymorten

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    I'm not even sure what's going on about this anymore..?
     
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