The circuits of the F1 calendar for me are the most boring things around the world especially the middle east things, maybe SPA, Suzuka or Monaco are the exceptions.Probably mostly down to exposure. Anyone who watches F1 knows Yas Marina but Road Atlanta is only going to be known in the more niche motorsports, or other games. I am kinda surprised how few know about it here though.
And yet, completely flat airport runway circuits like Silverstone and Sebring are some of the racing world's favorites.Yas Marina is just so... flat. And most of the track is just sharp turn -> straight -> sharp turn.
It looks pretty at night, sure, but it isn't an interesting drive at all in my opinion.
It's a combination of the two that makes it boring to me. The layout itself, and the fact that it's entirely flat.And yet, completely flat airport runway circuits like Silverstone and Sebring are some of the racing world's favorites.
Heck take 900 pp and allow tuning I got several GR 1 cars collecting dust 😂Watkins Glen didn't get me excited. I wanted Midfield and every other GT fantasy track more. Now I run the Glen every couple of days. Events make a track fun. Monza has one outside of a series. Toyko has too many. Events are what we need. I miss seasonal events. Why is there nothing but one or two events for 1/3 of the cars to do? Take a 750 pp naturally asperated car and find something for it to do.
For me, the aesthetics of the track environment are important as well, I like a track that makes me feel good when driving it. Yas Marina is just such an awful sterile feeling environment, Spa is a good example of a much more interesting and aesthetically pleasing environment for a real world track, and of course PD has put significant effort into that aspect for its fictitious tracks.It's a combination of the two that makes it boring to me. The layout itself, and the fact that it's entirely flat.
Yeah, I've been thinking about this too. Hopefully it's not hard and the credits is huge lolNew track = new circuit experience = moar credits!
I wonder which car we'll have to drive. Gotta be something fast, right? Maybe it's another Gr.3 car.
For Watkins Glen we have to use the Genesis X GR3. Maybe now it's the Genesis Gr.3
Road America ***** on silverstone. Id love to drive my viper or m2 comp at Road America.No, we have more countries that only america. What about an european One? Like Silverstone?
Nah, the actual track surface is very different. Road Atlanta has plenty of bumps and dips, while Monza is pretty much flat the entire way through. If I could compare it to anything, it'd be a rollercoaster ride.From the map it looks a lot like Monza. Is that kind of how it feels to race on?
The M2 comp share the same S55 engine as the M4 F82 in the game, but the sound on this one is far from the sound that S55 make IRL, I hope they fixed it with the M2 Comp
Yea,Sunset Orange, so glad its there, i was ready for a disappointment. Thats how the series after 4 has been for me, ups and downs!There is a screaming orange color, don't know its exact name.
I have a bone stock M2C, only thing done is a GTS lighter hood. I did switch out the stock air filters and replaced with K&N, you can hear the turbo more and maybe gave me a tiny bit more power since the filter isnt as restrictive as before.The M2 comp share the same S55 engine as the M4 F82 in the game, but the sound on this one is far from the sound that S55 make IRL, I hope they fixed it with the M2 Comp
Kaz is a perfectionist. We already know he wouldn't be satisfied with the dynamic time and weather unless it perfectly correlates with the constellations in the sky and the meterological data at that specific location.PD before launch: "GT7 now has dynamic weather and time, what a great new feature, huh?"
PD since: "oh, it's actually only available on a few tracks and we won't bother including it on any new tracks we add. Awesome, huh?"
The mind truly boggles. How badly is it implemented that it isn't just easily added to any track like any other game?
That doesn't make a lot of sense though. There are tracks that have rain in one layout but not in others and different time of day ranges between layouts too, surely that shouldn't need any extra data?Kaz is a perfectionist. We already know he wouldn't be satisfied with the dynamic time and weather unless it perfectly correlates with the constellations in the sky and the meterological data at that specific location.