Formula 4 Reserve Driver
- Jan 14, 2019
Isnt UDP required for CrewChief tho?
Not a problem, your bump was the least of my worries. I just got sent a little bit forward is all. I noticed my line in that corner is slightly different than most, I'm done braking and then I start to turn in the hairpin, so I can throttle fairly quickly for a good exit. Maybe that's why I got T-boned twice . I enjoyed my battle with you, we more or less have the same speed.
Don’t we need udp for crew chief?my advice is to have it off in any race session.
if you need it for telemetry apps (like pc2tuner) that use UDP data, be sure to use them in offline or online practice sessions, but disable UDP before a race.
unless you got a powerful router/firewall, it can bog down your home network.
If you were the blue SLS thing then sorry,Maybe that's why I got T-boned twice
Yep, I was the blue/grey AMG I didn't mind that hit (iirc I didn't lose more than 3 seconds and only two spots), especially considering you instantly apologised. Later in the race the same thing happened, it's just a crap corner when there are multiple battles around you. I nearly hit someone as well, a few hairs in between. No hard feelings at all I enjoyed my battles with you. It's fair racing.If you were the blue SLS thing then sorry,
My T bone was nothing to do with your line, I had a lock on the brakes and the car wouldn't slow even though I had broke early being on the inside for an overtake.
Not pleasant when your suddenly faced with a big slab of car and there is nothing else you can do except go "Oh Sh..." and apologise after.
One of the best (but most difficult) lines through the hairpin is to turn later and sharper as it extends the amount of exit straight resulting in higher speeds if done correctly.
I thoroughly enjoyed the race with some awesome close racing, best I have ever had yet, but had to retire on Lap 15 due to a faulty link cable which almost fried the wheel rim. It's fixed and I'm ready to do another. If the season is going to be like the evals its going to be fun.
Looking forward to gaining some more insight from the experienced ones of how to set the GT3s up better.