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#1 aSa

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Posted May 06 2009 - 02:55 PM

Here's a little bit sloppy lap in DutchDevil's Tourist (from NoGrip).  Sloppy because this was my 3rd lap with Elite here.  Have fun.

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#2 aSa

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Posted Jun 09 2009 - 01:04 PM

My desperate try with a newer, faster car (uh oh..): 911RSR 3.0 with DEFAULT SETUP.  Well, I used SkipOutlap option so I had all tyres at 150kPa with the aid of my TP_changer.  Everything else is default.  Even gears and fuel amount!

Not a very pretty lap as 911RSR is always such a handfull for my reaction speed.. but I made it through the Green Hell.  As you can see from my drive line there are some seconds floating all around the track so go after them.

The track is the DutchDevil's Nordschleife Tourist (@NoGrip).

Have fun.

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#3 aSa

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Posted Jun 12 2009 - 02:02 PM

Continuing with DEFAULT SETUP series with a heavy Jaguar MkII 4.2.  Tyre pressures used for the run was 375kPa, again with the aid of my TP_changer.  Everything else is DEFAULT.  

Tyres were D9s (I didn't have "tyre autoselect" on).  And they will get warm with this car :P  The front tyres were mostly between 90-110C in this run.

The blooper in the beginning (you could say it's outside of the track area, but that's a debatable issue.. :rolleyes:) will get balanced with the last heavy braking of the lap which gets too long and I found myself in troubles but managed that situation anyway.  Boy this car is heavy (FEELS heavy, I mean..).  If you try 3.8 after some laps with this 4.2, that 3.8 FEELS faster (it's funny), but actual lap time IS slower.. Well, thats what I felt and found out.

EDIT:
NOTE: updated lap in post #5

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Edited by aSa, Aug 17 2009 - 01:49 PM.


#4 Rampe69

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Posted Jul 31 2009 - 01:33 PM

Here is my Jaguar std lap and some american muscle car lap times with std setups. I always tought that AC Cobra is difficult to to drive , but after L88 Vette, it felt much easyer to handle.

Jag Attached File  Rape___9_18_488__MkII42_std.GTT   340.69K   10 downloads

Vette Attached File  Rape___8_28_681___L88std.GTT   349.67K   9 downloads

AcCobra Attached File  Rape___8_27_138___Cobra427std.GTT   352.63K   12 downloads

My second attempt with ACCobra Attached File  Rape___8_24_500___Cobra427std.GTT   349.95K   6 downloads

Edited by Rampe69, Aug 03 2009 - 11:34 AM.


#5 aSa

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Posted Aug 17 2009 - 01:39 PM

I'm back with one MkII42 (DEFAULT SETUP) lap  :wave:  Tyres were D9s (no autoselect on) and at 375kPa with TPchanger tool.

I had real hard time keeping at least two wheels on the tarmac with this much trying.  Almost spinned in one turn when I accidentally took it too heavily on the inside (turning just a bit too early). I had so many *full* spins after that kind of mistake..  But anyway it was very interesting to see how different driving styles, lines and bloopers affect the final time.  Thank you very much for sharing, Rampe  :hat-tip:

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