The Great Camber Experiment: Stage 2 "Silverstone" (Test Drivers Wanted)

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by DolHaus, Jan 6, 2015.

  1. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    Do you have a flag?
     
    TurnLeft likes this.
  2. Otaliema

    Otaliema

    Messages:
    5,489
    Location:
    United States
    Yes yes I do I will back it up with this gun from the NRA.
     
    TurnLeft and DolHaus like this.
  3. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    Just a note to the testers, I have decided to only collect longitudinal data from turn 1 and turn 4.

    If you are using the automated data collection features then please remember that the peak braking data will be found on the straight before rather than during the the corner itself. I'm not entirely convinced that the automated data collection can be trusted due to the way the maps work, the areas defined as the corners often move and could lead to erroneous data. Please manually check and compare your data to ensure it is accurate :tup:
     
    TurnLeft, Otaliema and Thorin Cain like this.
  4. ALB123

    ALB123

    Messages:
    5,162
    Location:
    United States
    Please forgive my ongoing absenteeism with Round 2. I continue to be dealing with my stubborn health issues and I haven't been on GT6 much at all in the past few weeks. I login to keep my bonus alive, hoping I'll be better the next day, or I run a seasonal event just so I don't miss the credits and that's been it. Don't worry, as soon as I get on this, I'll finish up in 3 days total at the most. With my weakened immune system, due to organ transplantation, winter time seems to be especially difficult for me. I just don't want anyone thinking I'm intentionally being lazy with this - my interest in this experiment remains as high and excited as the day I said I would participate. Thanks guys! :tup:
     
  5. Thorin Cain

    Thorin Cain Premium

    Messages:
    2,237
    Location:
    Scotland
    It's ok the chicken's fine...tastes like human. But you can keep the white wine :yuck: :lol:
    Sorry to hear you've been a bit under the weather ALB :( Hope you feel better soon. And remember, always do what nurse says, If you're good you may get more than a lollypop ;) :lol:
     
    Last edited: Jan 31, 2015
  6. TurnLeft

    TurnLeft

    Messages:
    1,370
    Location:
    Canada
    My thoughts and prayers are with you, don't worry about this experiment we'll crash up DolHaus's car real nice for you, just take good care of yourself and get back healthy.
    [​IMG]
     
  7. Otaliema

    Otaliema

    Messages:
    5,489
    Location:
    United States
    Dude take care of your self first, this is just a game after all. Health is not something to take lightly in anyway. Maybe the healing winds find you.
    Tastes of human.
    But the white wine is the base of the Frisia sauce can't have a great chicken dish with out it! :lol:
     
    Thorin Cain, TurnLeft and DolHaus like this.
  8. F1Racer68

    F1Racer68

    Messages:
    1,175
    Location:
    Canada
    Wishing you all the best @ALB123 . As many have already mentioned, your health comes first. I wish you a speedy recovery, and hope to see you back on track soon. In the meantime, do whatever you need to do to take care of yourself.
     
  9. TurnLeft

    TurnLeft

    Messages:
    1,370
    Location:
    Canada
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]
    [​IMG]

    Well my friend DolHaus, it's all in your hands now, have fun :lol:.
     
  10. Thorin Cain

    Thorin Cain Premium

    Messages:
    2,237
    Location:
    Scotland
    [​IMG]Another speeding ticket!? You surprise me, us youngsters didn't think you lot knew cars could go above 55.:p
    I would say I'm right behind you, but I've only got though the first few so far. I've been finding it hard to match my 0/0 camber run at all, even though I'm quicker at every part of the track but Copse (First corner) with 1/1 and 2/2 I got real lucky and went through at almost Alien-like speed. Now I'm chasing myself all the way at 3/3, sitting in my ghost's fueltank :lol:

    Don't worry DolHaus, I'm taking notes. Just thought it'd be easier all round if I post them up in a batch or two instead of 1 at a time. It'll stop that guilty feeling you get when you end up double. triple or even quadruple posting:sly: I always picture some poor Mod getting annoying alerts and [​IMG]:lol:
     
    Tetsu_X, DolHaus and TurnLeft like this.
  11. TurnLeft

    TurnLeft

    Messages:
    1,370
    Location:
    Canada
    is that mph or kmh? On my daily trip to work I rarely go over 60kmh, to many [​IMG] on my way, they tolerate 10 over the 50 limit and I NEVER had a speeding ticket :tup:.
    I was faster with 1/1 and 2/2, funny no, I guess I can be influenced by [​IMG] people after all, or maybe its something I caught, better go see my [​IMG] and see if he's got something for Picture 1.png , could be contagious, wouldn't want the rest of the chaps to get it. It could screw up this whole experiment.[​IMG] , notice the shoe colors are right this time.
     
  12. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    Any of you guys called Karsten Beoulve? I've got someone by that name asking for access to the google doc

    @TurnLeft Why do I have 2 sets of data in my inbox? Which set do you want to use? (I'm not analysing it twice :lol:)
     
    Last edited: Feb 3, 2015
  13. Highlandor

    Highlandor

    Messages:
    2,382
    Location:
    United Kingdom
    You replied to his thread :D
     
    DolHaus likes this.
  14. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    Ahh thank you, I thought it seemed familiar somehow :lol:

    Nothing to worry about, I just had an email in Italian asking for permission to access the data for this experiment :tup:
     
    Highlandor likes this.
  15. TurnLeft

    TurnLeft

    Messages:
    1,370
    Location:
    Canada
    Sorry for this lateness, alerts are not coming in 3/4 of the time. I did the experiment twice, Set A is the fastest Best Lap, Set B is the other, I thought (hey Thorin Cain here's an open door ) that it could be useful to have more data, but if you only want 1 (one, uno, un) then use the Set A, but if by some lucky chance I hit a moose are any small creature and the data is unsatisfying for analytical purposes, then you could use Set B, but I would prefer you would use set A since it shows me in a better light of driving, so do as you please and if doing nothing pleases you, please do. You could also use both sets, that is set A and set B, or inverse them and use set B and set A, the difference should be minimal, but of course you could also not use any and we could just throw a party, which reminds me of the time that ...........................bla bla bla ...................bla bla bla .................bla bla bla ..................bla bla bla ...................bla bla bla .................bla bla bla ........and have a good day my friend, it's always a pleasure participating in these types of experiments.:cheers:
     
    Thorin Cain and DolHaus like this.
  16. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    We may be able to use multiple data entries from a single driver at a future point but currently the pool is too shallow and it would bias the results. I'll store them for later use but at the moment I can only use one set :tup:
     
    Thorin Cain and TurnLeft like this.
  17. crowhop

    crowhop

    Messages:
    2,625
    Location:
    United States
  18. ALB123

    ALB123

    Messages:
    5,162
    Location:
    United States
    Well, I just ran all 11 camber settings on Silverstone and exported the MoTeC data files for each to my laptop. Now all I have to do is run the data through MoTeC for analysis. I'm so sorry that I've been holding up Round 2. Thank you, everybody, for your patience. I will post my results in the next couple of days.
     
    DolHaus, Thorin Cain and TurnLeft like this.
  19. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    You've not held things up at all, I've been quite busy and not even had time to add @TurnLeft 's data into the tables yet :lol:

    Please take as much time as you need and thank you for participating :tup:
     
    ALB123 likes this.
  20. ALB123

    ALB123

    Messages:
    5,162
    Location:
    United States
    Oh, that makes me feel so much better, DolHaus... Thank you. I've been fighting so many different physical issues lately. This winter has been so harsh for me. I just catch cold after cold after cold. It's ridiculous! Because of my medical condition a typical cold that lasts 3-4 days for a regular person stays with me for 2 weeks. It's so frustrating!
     
    DolHaus likes this.