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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by GTPNewsWire, Jul 20, 2020.
Had test the ”normal” F1. And its exactly the same as the color version.
Did improve my time thou.
Thanks for the tip and you remind me also that there is a DRS on this car , yesterday all my runs were done without using DRS
Interesting trivia: back in week 6 of TT we also had Merc F1 at Suzuka, only that time it was the tuned combo. The other combo was Honda S800. This time the other combo is Toyota S800. Coincidence?
Some laptime comparisons:
Real life 2017 Suzuka pole: 1.27.319 (?? tyres but let's assume RS equivalent)
Week 6 tuned TT WR: 1.28.620 (RM tyres)
Current untuned TT WR: 1.28.931 (RS tyres)
Usually mediums are around 1 sec slower than softs, so the week 6 times are quite close to the real life one (although still not faster). Keep in mind also that in real life they have limited use of DRS, the cars don't run with empty fuel tank and tyres also degrade over the lap, unlike in game when fuel/tyres are disabled. Which makes Lewis' lap all the more impressive
Tuning seems to improve times by ~1 second. Not that much in the grand scheme of things. I haven't driven the TT yet but I bet the main time loss are coming out of the hairpin and final chicane compared to the tuned version. This car struggles a lot in low speed traction, and riding over the kerbs makes it very nervous as well.
Hello Friends this is my configuration for the Toyota 800 ...
@xtrax nice time súper lap ...
T800. Eh S800 tt vid with tune.
Also a tip how to get that initial speed to keep up with the P1
Took Miguels tune as base, thanks
Great Great job I congratulate you
Thank for sharing your setup
especially your gear box now i m able to follow the P1 at the start
My time was done with Your execllent gearbox setup , i modify a little final speed and suspension setup below
1:25.437 at this stage using your setup with my new wheel, and thank you my friend .
How good my friend You can improve Much more I assure you greetings
Yes I did 1:25.109 .
Edit: now 1:24.912
Mega time go for first place .. I know you make it.......
Thank you , but P1 and P2 are too fast
The setup i used for my last time :
camber : 1.2 1.7
with COLOMBIAMIGUE7 gear box
1:24.727 using a bit of @xtrax @COLOMBIAMIGUE7 and a bit of my tune, and this is good for Auto users because I can not use manual transmission.
Toyota Sports 800 '65 (N100)
Power Level: 3 Weight Reduction Level: 3
Power Ratio%: 292 Weight Reduction%: 94
Traction Control: 0
Tyres: Front: Sports Hard Rear: Sports Hard
Brake Balance (Front/Rear): -1
Ride Height mm: 195/125
Natural Frequency Hz: 2.15/2.15
Anti-Roll-Bar Level: 3/7
Damping Ratio (Compression) %: 59/59
Danping Ratio (Rebound) %: 93/93
Camber Angle (-) Degree(s): 1.3/1.8
Toe Angle Degree(s): 0.00/In 0.30
Downforce Level- Front: n/a Rear: n/a
Final Gear At: 4.100
Max Speed km/h: 120
Final Gear: 2.450
Got my time s800 time down to 1:23.489
P9 atm. I think thats all I have
Starting to get mad with this one, so better to take a brake
I lose the whole lap in one turn, turn 3 or 4, the uphill right hander. Just cant keep enough speed there.
I waste all my time on the last ...corner
Thanks for the tune fellas! I think I used parts of a couple different ones posted in here, and then just tweaked a couple things slightly, she drives much better now. Thanks again fellas!
This is the tune I set my PB with.
Just had a go at the F1 TT, I didn’t realize it was on Soft Tires, it’s pretty fun. I still don’t get why we can’t use the gas and brake at the same time in this car though? I think I can maybe get into the 30’s, I’m gonna try a few more laps.
Don’t forget about DRS.
I'm guessing that the gas and brakes can't be used together because its a hybrid and the regenerative braking.