Chin upRace Report positives:
Race Report negatives:
- Didn't get lapped
- Passed someone for position legitimately
- Did save the car when starting to lose rear (on occasions)
- Safety Car actually exists in online
Well at least I still have about 2 weeks to try fix these major problems, but man I'm finding it hard to even see a spec of light at the end of the tunnel with this car at the moment.
- Rears felt like it was driving on ice majority of race
- Distinct lack of race pace
- No consistency with race pace
- Spun out a couple times
- Couldn't even take fastest lap with a fresh set of softs at the end
Well, i wanted to do the switchback but you literally parked the car on the center of the track in the exit of the cornerAs socials go, that could've gone better.
Caused a SC at the start (apologies to those caught up in the carnage), but it's really nice to see it actually working again. And it worked twice, so there's that.
The restarts were **** though.
Lack of SC restart practice, but basically stopping the whole field was stupid. That happened twice and a number of drivers got damage.
Ran a decent pace throughout, got back up to P4 from last at one point... until the last lap when I got absolutely murdered by @FTR_Drez... GG... Finished 6th or 7th, I don't even know.
Will probably run other socials after the evals. If you've not signed up for one yet, I suggest you do it.
If this was an actual race and you would send it to the stewards, I would post the video and pretty sure they would say racing incident.So you thought you'd just what... drive through me?
Standard AOR racing rules apply to social races.If this was an actual race and you would send it to the stewards, I would post the video and pretty sure they would say racing incident.
Dude it was the last lap of a social race, i don´t think this should be even bother you hahaha
Dude chill out, if you are so sure it is my fault then I apologise but don’t freak out like that.Standard AOR racing rules apply to social races.
Also, I can guarantee you that it wouldn't have been classed as a racing incident... you drove into me and caused me to crash. It makes no difference if I parked it on the apex... I'm allowed to do that. It's the attacking car's (YOU) job to NOT crash the defending car (ME) off the track, and then immediately leave the lobby because you knew you'd screwed up.
It bothers me because you don't seem to care about what you did wrong as the attacking car and you'll likely take that attitude into the league races, thereby causing more incidents and ruining more drivers' races.
Basically, use your head and think before, during and after you make a move on-track.
And hold your damn hands up and apologise when you get called on something you did wrong.