about 19.00 GMT today 20 may server dissapeared for me. My connection problem?
I just checked and I can't see the server either. I know Durge Driven was having problems with his server
and the list of servers is noticeably smaller now so I wonder if it is all related. Anyway, no it's not just you
Nikos, I have the same problem.
Yes, 2/3rds of servers dissapeared. Thnx Andy.
Guys, my speed seems reasonable now and hitting the walls is much less
I want the join but am not sure how my school and job are working out; don't know if I can really join the race so I don't sign up for now.
But may I join the server to test? See how it goes and if I am annoying, I will know so and surely won't sign up
navigator my speed is unreasonable and im hitting the wall all the time.
Nevertheless everybody is friendly and having a good time, so, only excusse for not joigning can be bad time table
Hi Navigator, I'll echo what Nikos said, just come along and have fun. Today I spent some time
just jumping into the faster guys cars to watch them to get tips, it can be worth it for that. How
those guys take that chicane without lifting is a mystery to me but a fun one to try and solve.
The server seems to be down or have problems at the moment but for most of today we had
between 10-15 people on at a time, it's great fun!
Hopefully the problem will be sorted out soon and we will see you online.
Server is on but not showing in the list, no idea why but should be back on soon.
@Andy, I don't think it's possible to go flat through the chicane but there is certainly no need to change down. You can roll though and keep your foot on the accelerator around 20% or more when you get it right. The faster you go the narrower the gap seems and that's a problem
Thanks guys, I will try that as soon as I have some time (sadly, thats not often enough ) and I can't wait!
About that chicane; flat out....pffff.....I did it once with just a minimum of lifting; 25% lift (lets say) and for two seconds and then I almost wetted my pants......
That's one time it worked, but when I try it normally, it ends up with me needing a diver
Flat out thru chicane! Lol no but really i do it every time well unless when I hit the hey bails of course but i still do it
i do it flat out in 1st, so there!
people, take care with that chicane or a few will make it to the end.
I always prefer to do a slight braking, get a clean entry and be soon on the throttle again. If I try to get "too fast, too late" I find myself getting to the "jump" curve at a lower speed.
Hi Guys back from my stag weekend and keen to get our next event under our belt 6 days to go well excited let hope the Match maker system is working again by then
this tread hit 10,033 views today Yea Boy!!!
Last edited by Dany Mitchel; 05-21-12 at 04:08 AM.
Matchmaker has a problem at the moment. ARI Server will be back online as soon as the problem is fixed. In the mean time... get back to work
yeah baby bring it on!!!!!
Impatient youngsters ts ts ts...
Originally Posted by Slic Sam
(btw Sam, you got Dr all wrong)
Just on racing and T1 Monaco. Last night was great fun in the Server and we had many races with mixed results. Some guys are experienced and some are new to bigger grid style racing or League racing.
Some points of interest to help make the racing even better:
T1 is tight at the start. Lights go green... on approach you have to be able to way up a couple of options. Can I win the corner Yes or No? If Yes.. hold your line if No, yield. If your in doubt than your not fully aware of where others are. Yielding can seem a bad option but at this point of the race with 19:50 on the clock remaining you have made your first good decision and given yourself a great chance of finishing.
The chicane you take at your own risk and given the fact it's pretty hard to pass at Monaco accuracy before speed could be the difference between winning and drinking salt water.
Remember in these kind of events (Fun races) are much more fun to battle than spectate without stating the obvious
Thanks for the kick Slic
Last edited by Fergy; 05-22-12 at 08:45 AM.
Thanks Fergy- this set has me finishing laps very well now- very stable set-up for me - i can go all wrong in the chicane and still manage to get it back on the exit- dont know how you did it - but - its way better than what i was doing on my own
Originally Posted by Fergy
yes, setup 2 is fine for me too.
I only add 65/35 on brakes.