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Hungaroring 2009

Postby AndreasT » Sat Aug 01, 2009 4:25 pm

Today 6e66o has released an updated version of Hungaroring. I think this was the track that needed most polishing in the 2006 season. Unfortunately, I haven't had the time to test it...

http://simscreens.blogspot.com/2009/08/ ... -2009.html
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Re: Hungaroring 2009

Postby speed12 » Mon Aug 03, 2009 8:15 am

I just tried it, very nice track. I've seen enough, will remove the old one from SVN and replace with this one. Thank you :)
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Re: Hungaroring 2009

Postby Neidryder » Mon Aug 03, 2009 11:59 am

yeah and we have to add it to the trackconfigs.ini ;)
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Re: Hungaroring 2009

Postby AndreasT » Mon Aug 03, 2009 8:00 pm

I have done that already. ;) Might be my next location for a race. Yesterday, I struggled on Bahrain with too cold tires. I couldn't believe that my Bridgestone 5-cold sucked that much in the desert. And I finally set AI aggression to 0% to improve AI behaviour at the start. :x
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Re: Hungaroring 2009

Postby speed12 » Wed Aug 05, 2009 11:57 pm

rFactor does not support changing air or track temperatures beyond a pre-set default... Okay track temp raises a bit when the grid is full and time is beyond mid-day, but that's about it. It always follows the same pattern. That's one of my biggest issues with rFactor and one why I'll drop it down the shoot the second rFactor2 is out :)
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Re: Hungaroring 2009

Postby AndreasT » Thu Aug 06, 2009 12:11 am

Well, maybe I just had a bad day. Yesterday I tried again (testday only) and with the same setup I got higher tire temperatures and 3 seconds faster lap times. Hm, ok, probably higher max revs compared to race...

Can car damages affect tire temperatures in rF? Because in that race I had 3 damages (meeting with 2 AI cars at once in T1 :? ). These were only minor damages that I could not even feel and they did not really affect my laptimes. But who knows what rF is making out of them... :P
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Re: Hungaroring 2009

Postby speed12 » Thu Aug 06, 2009 1:25 am

Well if downforce is lost, there will be less heating, but generally if suspension is damaged there will be more heating if you have a lot of toe-in/out for example. But it's usually only +/- 3 degrees max. You need to lose wings before losing significant tyre temperature in my experience.
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