You can adjust what ever the game allows.
With ABS off the brakes lock easily I dropped the setting to 2 and 3 but found it still locked at the end of braking in the rear so flipped it and lowered to 2 and 1.
For me having ABS off changes the handling of the car makes it more 'alive' on corner entry.Good to know, I always have my ABS on 1, do you find 0 better and what is better.
Yeah DS3 autobox  X stick for steering TC 0 ABS 0 or 1@RMan72 are you on DS3 ?
Try it today 6-7 times ABS 3 TC 1
I think is matter of time boogeyman hits below 10.
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I give and one go with the GTS on 60 sec. and end above 2 trying to be as close to 2 minutes
And is good , need time to be alone in the house
The good thing is the jag gifted for half stars with this one
Am in butons both sides , damn TC zero?Yeah DS3 autobox  X stick for steering TC 0 ABS 0 or 1
I found it quite tame for a TVR, running stock cars is always fun.No-tune update
@RMan72 I tried ABS 0, my first lap i was like . Played with the BB, 1/2 was best for me. I did a better time with it.👍 I think this is the best I can do.
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What's your thoughts on this car?
I found it a lot better than I expected, being a TVR I thought it was going to all over the place.
I like driving stock cars to.I found it quite tame for a TVR, running stock cars is always fun.
You like running with ABS 0? You see any difference in handling?
I like driving stock cars to.
I didn't mind no ABS, still need more practice I think. I found out very quickly that it locks up if you spend to long on the brakes, i needed to brake a bit sooner than normal, also I found that if you get it right I slides nicely into the corner and you don't lose any momentum. It was a lot easier then I thought it was going to be, once I got the setting right. I think I would struggle on the higher powered cars?
Thanks for the tips mate.About my record I don't have replay.
I lapped mid 1:00.xxx and a good fist lap is mandatory, something around 1:01.5xx.
Tsukuba is a very technical circuit for which pad and wheel driving is completely different.
I performed several TTs on this circuit and a good experience is fundamental to drive fast harpins and large turns as the final one.
Driving by pad a mid-powered FR car as TVR I would recommend as follows:
- hairpins: min distance trackline with "cusp" shaping
- first turn: not to close trackline trying to accelerate as soon as possible.
- last turn: there are several way to be fast but with pad i prefer to brake quite late, partitioning until the middle then go go go crossing the fingers
- right turn before Dunlop bridge: key turn in which brake early is the better approach.
More in general an unbalanced brake setting (e.g. 7/4) for FR car would help a lot but is out of this challenge requirement.
Hope this helps in someway.
PS: for racetime under 5min should be necessary to lap under 1min...