Posted Jul 30 2005 - 10:42 AM
i'll do a new title for the track...
Posted Jul 30 2005 - 12:30 PM
Things are a little hectic here at the moment as it's a long weekend some fricken holiday in my country but also I seem to be popular because of a large pool on this hot day so I'm entertaining. I'll wait for Dangermouse (Keith) to sort out things here before we goto the other sites Kurt. Ok mate? So when ready you can post at Redline & I'll goto the other sites.
Edited by dangermouse, Jul 30 2005 - 05:15 PM.
Posted Jul 31 2005 - 10:34 AM
updates for the fix..
If anyone has time and would like to give a hand on..3do's or the cam's let me know, since my time is limted.
Posted Jul 31 2005 - 12:11 PM
I'm lovin' the new feel at the exit of the esses;it's as smooth as a baby's...,well just check out Kurt Jr.'s backside.
Wow, all that room exiting the last corner. I've been pinching it off for so long,it's gonna take awhile to figure out
how to make use of it.
Thanks for your efforts
Posted Aug 03 2005 - 03:43 AM
Thanks to Kurt,he has allowed me to post an update to the ai.
New lp's and track.ini to go with the new Hog Mtn. updated beta.
maxrace,minrace,race_allows ai to use newfound racing surface
adjusted for new lp's
pole sitter on left of grid
new start location for short pace lap
full use of the pits (able to enter and exit without penalty)(thanks to new data from Kurt)
Hog_Mtn_Upd_ini___lp.zip 53.54K 376 downloads
Let's get out there and .
Hope you enjoy
Posted Aug 03 2005 - 12:29 PM
Posted Aug 03 2005 - 03:40 PM
marker to kick it in....it would be even better...
Posted Aug 03 2005 - 11:42 PM
My pleasure Kurt.
Just a warning,the ai are tough. They'll beat on you from all sides. When you're in a pack,or they're approaching
from behind,or your coming up to them,drive in their racing line and they'll usually give you a little room.
When entering the hairpin,stay on the left of the concrete. If you cut it next to the guardrail,the ai will bump
you in the side and usually spin you out. They pass inside and outside there,but if you take their normal line,
you'll survive about 90 % of the time.
Keep rolling foward
Posted Aug 05 2005 - 07:37 PM
Posted Aug 05 2005 - 08:01 PM
What kind of times are you running. I only have my times as a reference,and I'd like to see what someone else is doing.
I really need a five point harness,the G's are killing me.
I'm wearing out the left side of my chair,I'm leaning so much. Think I'm immersed?
Puntin' ai and takin' names
Posted Aug 05 2005 - 09:06 PM
a 50:60's still with my Mazda; in a pack well add 1 - 2 seconds as these guys don't like me.
Posted Aug 06 2005 - 01:24 AM
You're too fast for me. I don't run much different racing or taking a few hotlaps,probably concentration. Fighting ai,about 52 to 53.5. Running free,I'm all over the place. My average 50's lap would be about 50.8. In general,I just seem to run 50.8 to 51.2. I'm most likely pushing 1000 laps,so I don't see any big gains forthcoming,but...I was going to say I was pretty consistent,but the laptimes don't prove that out. Ok,I can keep it on the track!
I see the track ini's been downloaded a few times,anybody else?
Looking for fast
Posted Aug 06 2005 - 07:06 AM
some battered Toys & one Sauber. But after 2 mild mix ups myself I couldn't get any higher then 6th place as my tires were cooking mainly outside lefts. Final outcome here was 10th place after 3 laps trying to unlap myself and this damn Sauber was getting pranged as I don't know how many shots from behind I was taking.
All I can say is if you've not tried this course yet...Try it as it'll give you a decent workout.
Posted Aug 06 2005 - 02:51 PM
I don't have problems with tire wear. The right front shows a little more than the others. Right front is usually 5/8 to the good,the rest just above 3/4's. In the race results I sent you,I was spun a couple of times,and had to retake ai I had already got by. I was pushing it pretty hard,the right front ended up at 5/8's to the good but was yellow!,it's normally green. Still,the only place I notice it is the hairpin,have to slow down more judiciously,using less trailbrake into the turn.
I'll send you my latest setup. Hopefully there's some correlation between makes as far as general balance ratios. My base setup came from a Riverside1970 setup,adjusted gear ratio,went from there.
As I've heard somewhere,"Keep digging"
Posted Aug 06 2005 - 04:05 PM
Posted Aug 06 2005 - 05:13 PM
So it's a new track folder w/ the lastest ini & .lps dat as well as a little landscape to look at.
I hope you enjoy this as I've been!
Posted Aug 08 2005 - 03:01 AM
I ran a 87 lap race (24 ai) to make sure the ai pitted ok. They did,laps 61-72. I pitted on 73,came in just short of 'out of fuel'.
I started from the back,beat the last 2 cars to T1,passed a few more before the hairpin,and ended up in front of 3 exiting hairpin. Not bad,
they usually all re-pass me at the hairpin. I stayed on the concrete pad anytime they were beside or behind (running in their normal
line). I was only hit 3 times the entire race. First time,I was in second in front of 2 cars, in 8th, on lap 22 ,after being rammed ,I was in 16th .
Worked my way back up and through and by lap 61 I took 1st as the leader pitted. On lap 72,my RF tire was about half gone and yellow as I
locked it up at the hairpin,losing about 3.5 seconds. I should have pitted but I squeezed 1 more lap, only to be rammed again (I was pretty
slowed down due to the tire). I came out of pit sequence in second,only to be rammed by the 3rd place car on lap 75,only lost 7 seconds,
and 2nd place. I thought I was destined for 3rd, but the 2nd place car re-pitted with a stop/go. Finished 16 seconds behind 1st. There may be
hope yet! Fast lap_50.292. 44 laps in the 50's. First lap 53.5,only four laps in 52's.
Feelin' pleased with myself
edit_should I be posting this in another forum?
Edited by fortine_oo, Aug 08 2005 - 03:05 AM.
Posted Aug 08 2005 - 06:31 AM
Thanks again guys for the recent update.
Posted Aug 08 2005 - 05:18 PM
Just a general question.
How come in replays,my car pits where it normally does,but my pit crew services a phantom car near the start/finish line ?
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