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#1 Simbear

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Posted Aug 24 2005 - 05:30 AM

dangermouse EDIT: Now updated to v3 - you can find the new one over HERE.



Introduction:
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This is a very narrow track; some places only one lane in the direction. It's real roads! The track layout is special for GPL. These road junctions are well known by most people in the region. It's an expansive trade and shopping area.

Length 4.15 km. Lap time 2 min. Max speed more than 280 km/h. Pit lane is in the street and very narrow to the race line!

This roads are modelled for reference use, and 250 meters of this track is real racetrack. First turn is a part of (real) Rally Stavanger Ford Kverneland Circuit SP1 http://www.rally.no/stavanger// (the only street rally in this country. Note: Norwegian language and the video is in regular traffic) where the curbstone is harmful. If you think the GPL Lura04 is narrow, I can tell you the rest of the little rally circuit is many times narrower!



Attached File  Lura04_V2_install_2005_08_23.zip   15.21MB   1772 downloads


:cap: Lite versions and description here:

http://gplmz.bcsims....?showtopic=1894


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Posted Aug 24 2005 - 09:55 AM

Cool!

Many thanks!! :thumbup:

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Posted Feb 07 2006 - 05:29 PM

:cap: Setups for all the seven 67-cars:

To help you make the cars stable, try this (the filenames tell you how fast I could go with them): Attached File  Lura04_BLF_setups_2006_02_07.zip   2.67K   130 downloads

:cap: Here is a better replay, sub 1:58 still WR for Eagle: Attached File  Lura04_BLF_Eag157803.rpy   323.57K   88 downloads



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Edited by Simbear, Feb 07 2006 - 05:29 PM.


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Posted Feb 07 2006 - 07:51 PM

:thumbup: That'll be very handy.

Thanks.

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Posted Feb 04 2007 - 04:11 PM

Things happen in a year after my demo replay   :) .
I have beaten the Sami Liikanens WR 1:56.097 in Brabham from 2005. I can't edit my post 3  :huh: ; my old replay can be removed.

Here is the WR replay for Eagle 1:55.262  Attached File  Lura04_BLF_Eag_T007_02_04_1_55_26.rpy   317.6K   45 downloads and the setup Attached File  Lura04_BLF_Eag155262.ea1   264bytes   44 downloads  

I'm not an alien, but I have tried hard. This explains how much opportunity set the GPL driving has  :yeah:! As track builder I hope somebody can beat my time again!  :thumbup:


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Edited by Simbear, Feb 06 2007 - 05:30 PM.


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Posted Feb 04 2007 - 07:39 PM

View PostSimbear, on Feb 4 2007, 10:11 PM, said:

I’m not an alien, but I have tried hard. This explains how much opportunity set the GPL driving has  :yeah:! As track builder I hope somebody can beat my time again!  :thumbup:
Aha, setting up a challenge for some of them quick ones eh? ;)  :D



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Posted Feb 05 2007 - 04:21 AM

Mental Note: Must check out my laptime when i get home tonight  :hmm:

I must admit i really like this track, very tricky in places  :thumbup:

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Posted Feb 05 2007 - 02:39 PM

That means I can get 10sec of my Totalrank score, :shock:  If I beat you :hmm:

I give it a try later this week....bizzy, bizzy, bizzy.

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Posted Feb 06 2007 - 05:25 PM

Thx nice to hear :thumbup: , all the times set is like wine for a track maker (and the WR's replays is always wanted).

:oops: I have some useful comments to the track:
Lura04 is maybe one of the hardest tracks ever made, and GPL is maybe the most challenging sim.
What can I say? If you don't has the time needed to master this partial twisted real roads, try rather my track Tasta04 who is faster and easier but still a challenge and good rhythm mix.

Lura04 is more than normal setup sensitive. The real camber shifts unsettles the car and you have to be extremely gently at the pedals. There are 8-9 first gear corners in combination of two high speed sections. The setups are a personal thing, and mine gives you an idea of it. Any tip how to solve that better is of interest. The real rally cars handle this low speed sections well and precise.

I had a split time 1:54.88, subtract two seconds for the aliens and there is possible to do 1:52s!!??  :shock:  I think the drivers lap time spread and improvement potential is generally very high here  :P  .

Now you see why all that about Lura04. At my other track Tasta04 you can find a Mosport/nurb or whatever setup and just drive... :wave:

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Posted Feb 07 2007 - 01:15 PM

Eeek it turns out i've only managed a meagre 2:02.592  :shock:

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Posted Feb 12 2007 - 12:56 PM

Bjørn, what can I say:

I was Looking at your 1.55.262 WR when I started driving Lura04 last week.
After 200 laps or so, I was thinking what the hell am I doing wrong.
You are so much faster, and in the replay it looks so easy and so relaxed.

So I give up :cry:
My best Eagle time : 1:57.839
previous 2:06.560
a improvement of 8+sec.

A bit disapointed I go writing this post.
Read this threat again and what do I see:

View PostSimbear, on Feb 8 2006, 12:29 AM, said:

Here is a better replay, sub 1:58 still WR for Eagle: Attachment attachment
Bjørn Finnestad :wave:

So I take a look at the Ranking site.
Hmmmm, turns out I can be very happy
2e place Eagle time  :cool:
http://gplrank.schue.......&class_id=1
(P.J. van den Berg)

Thanks for the challenge, but again you are the B(a)est :thumbup:

Pedro.

Edited by Pedro, Feb 12 2007 - 01:03 PM.


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Posted Feb 13 2007 - 03:19 AM

Wow! Nice improvement Pedro  :thumbup:

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Posted Feb 18 2007 - 03:43 PM

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Pedro Post Feb 12 2007, 07:56 PM
So I take a look at the Ranking site. Hmmmm, turns out I can be very happy
2e place Eagle time
Well done Pedro; 8 secs improvement is fantastic and a good score!  :clap2:  Next year you can be able to do more than the last 2.5 secs :thumbup: .
I switch much to other tracks or cars if the advance doesn’t appear. When back again the results improve. Not repeated too much (I know you know) generally for all anyway: Fast out of the corners is always the key, especially the exit to the motorway here (easy to say and we have always to learn) :yeah: .

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Pedro Post Feb 12 2007, 07:56 PM
Thanks for the challenge, but again you are the B(a)est
Thanks, nice to hear :)



***** :cap: ***** Minor fix only necessary for the 69-mod: The cars pit lane position adjusted (works fine for 65s or 67s too) for these wide 69-cars:
Download here: Attached File  track.ini   4.43K   32 downloads
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