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It was weird today, Paul...my #111 355 was not on the livery list...ar least on my livery list. It was there last week, and when I did practice laps...any idea why?Current participant count - 14 (2 Spaces available)
All clean and respectful drivers are welcome to join. We have a good selection of abilities so hopefully there will be someone to race against.
I've included the usual gang that have raced with me previously. Hopefully they'd like to join in again.
@IfAndOr - 355 # 26 / 365 # 18 / 488 # 115 (NA)
@John Wells - 355 # 42 / 365 # 36 / 488 # 42
@half_sourly - 355 # 9 / 365 # 71 / 488 # 117 (EU)
@AndreasR - 355 # 161 / 365 # 34 / 488 # 61 (NA)
@Oldbass47 - 355 # 110 / 365 # 47 / 488 # 68 (APAC)
@Maxmusmonster - 355 # 25 / 365 # 38 / 488 # 23
@Napalm_LT - 355 # 87 / 365 # 40 / 488 # 198
@xeronima - 355 # 8 / 365 # 37 / 488 # 162 (EU)
@Don Mejillone - 355 # 3 / 365 # 35 / 488 # 179 (APAC)
@richroo - 355 # 18 / 365 # 37 / 488 # 13
@beachboy6658 - 355 # 66 / 365 # 55 / 488 # 48
@slthree - 355 # 23 / 365 # 39 / 488 # 77 (NA)
@RagingBullLC - 355 # 67 / 365 # 58 / 488 # 160 (EU)
@Skip7950 - 355 # 111 / 365 # 74 / 488 # 4 (APAC)
Car numbers and colours? If you'd like to pick a car/colour/number please post it below and I'll add it above. There will be 3 cars to select of coarse.
Note. The 488 has 3 variants but they are all the same car, it's just the region they represent that is different. You can pick any of them I believe so there's quite a selection to choose from.
* I've realised that SMS have duplicated some of the 365 numbering on the cars. So it's not so critical on picking your choices. If you find you're in the same car as someone else you can always swap for the next race if you want to.
They are slightly different, but not by much. To save me having to change too many settings between races, the 365 race is always at 14:00. The qualy for all races is held at 12:00. The weather conditions used are similar to the race so shouldn't affect track temps.Maybe the qually ant race conditions are different
He was going really well in his 355 to, I was following him for a good number of laps. Go John 👍BTW nice to see John quite high with 365 second week in a row
They are slightly different, but not by much. To save me having to change too many settings between races, the 365 race is always at 14:00. The qualy for all races is held at 12:00. The weather conditions used are similar to the race so shouldn't affect track temps.
Funnily enough Rich has asked me the same question because he thought it felt different too! Not sure why that is.
I like 355 a lot, probably it fits my driving style and even more - h-shifter and clutch is not a big problem for me anymore. We can do a championship only with this car
But I am struggling with other two.
365 is quite good for me in qually, but during race it feels completely different - brakes are more sensitive and car is very unstable. Maybe the qually ant race conditions are different - I didn't noticed what time we use?
488 even worse for me. I try be gentle with brakes, but lap after lap they become worse and worse. Seems everyone (Paul, Rich and Bull) start brake later than I, but have shorter brake distance. Its confuse me
BTW nice to see John quite high with 365 second week in a row
Turn 4 and perhaps 14 can be a bit deceptive because you can carry too much speed, but otherwise it's not so bad. Definitely not alligator scary. Or is that a crocodile?Zhuhai circuit and a man-eating monster. Coincidence? I think not...
However unrealistic the radar is, it's a very valuable aid for online racing. I was hoping they'd adopt something like it for PC3 but unfortunately there's still the (slightly improved) arrows. And no spotter!The system on GT sport with the radar
I have only found the spotter recently had it off for some reason .The spotter callouts seem to have a bit of a delay on them!
Who did I hit...was it you, Rich? Whoever it was, I am so sorry...did not mean to do so for sure!WView attachment 990690 View attachment 990691 View attachment 990692 View attachment 990693 View attachment 990695 View attachment 990696 View attachment 990697 View attachment 990698 View attachment 990699 View attachment 990701 View attachment 990702 View attachment 990703 View attachment 990704 View attachment 990705 View attachment 990706 View attachment 990707 View attachment 990709 View attachment 990710 View attachment 990711 View attachment 990712 View attachment 990713 View attachment 990714 View attachment 990715 View attachment 990716 View attachment 990717 View attachment 990718 View attachment 990720 View attachment 990721 View attachment 990722 View attachment 990723 View attachment 990725 View attachment 990726 View attachment 990727 View attachment 990728 View attachment 990729 View attachment 990730 View attachment 990731 View attachment 990732 View attachment 990733 View attachment 990734 View attachment 990735 View attachment 990736 View attachment 990737 View attachment 990738 View attachment 990739 View attachment 990740 View attachment 990741 View attachment 990742 View attachment 990743 View attachment 990744 View attachment 990745 View attachment 990746 View attachment 990747 View attachment 990748 View attachment 990749 watched replays, Skip hit you in back. Race 2 you Max, went to left hit wall yourselves. Last race I went wide coming out of Museum and hit you.