I think it's funny to read all the "You can cut the whiteline stuff" "And the cerbstone is part of the track"
In all the official driver briefings (Megane trophy ) this is always an issue. T2 at Spa, T1 hockenheim, T1 Silverstone, Budapest etc etc. I even got a penalty once for going to far on cerbstone in eau rouge!
Somehow they (organisation) can never be completly clear about it. I think officialy it's like this; You always have to have 2 wheels within the whitelines! So a cerbstone is not extending the track.
But alot of times they just dont monitor it, and everybody will do it. Strange.
But about getting a wr with doing that? Wtf is the problem, its allowed for everybody.
Seems to be well said, but not always correct. Im not sure if for example iracing is so spot on with the physics of car behaviour. What i can is, for example, ive been driving 2 seasons in the Mégane Trophy now, in this season i think i've spun out 1 time. And i'm sure i'm on the limit, im winning races and if you check my onboards you can clearly see it.
And never when i hit a cerbstone my car inmediatly spins out to be never recovered! It's just less hard IRL. Same if i touch the grass. Iracing seems a bit to hard in those things.
And i have to agree with you, maybe LFS is to forgiveable. Maybe they build it knowing that we don't feel with our body in a simulation. But just with our sights and hands. Maybe Iracing is more realistic, but you can't do anything with it because behind your pc you dont feel a thing :P!
I'm not sure which one is the better, but for sure i can say LFS feels better. And in both sims i'm quite ok i think. (just started with iracing again)
If i can download a set everybody should be able to do that.
Edit: oh no i can't. Read this.
What Is It LSSE is a standalone version of Phlos' LFSW setup extractor & packer that worked for some time on http://setup.phlos.com/re-written in Ruby and licensed as free software under GNU General Public License. This means that anyone is free to distribute and/or modify it under GNU terms. This being said, there are a few guidelines which developer and LFS developers ask of users:
- LSSE should not be posted directly in the LFS Forum (requested by Vic) to avoid any arguments over are setups intellectual property of the makers and is what this tool does wrong.
- LSSE shouldn't be made into an online version of the tool (even though the source code is inside the LSSE.rb file) because such a tool would also go against LFS developers wishes.
Possible consequences for you to ponder: if LSSE is posted in LFS Forum or made into an online version of the tool like it was once before, LFS developers will change the SPR file headers rendering this tool (and many other Replay analyzers) useless.
Everybody is downloading setups nowadays. From LFSW. So al your hard work you put in a setup is wasted, because people can just download it. And then i don't mean by just looking at the analyzer. I mean just downloading the replay and let a program convert into a LFS file.
I found out there are a bunch of people who dont know about this.
But it's automaticly so you dont have to do anything and win time easy. In multiplayer nobody will see it, so all the guys are using it. But when you upload a lap everybody can see you used it, so thats why most of them dont do it in a hotlap.
When i like a combo, i do some laps and try to beat the best lap. Why not? why always the hate against "hotlappers"?
It's the cheaters (speedhax etc) who ruin it.
And about the cutting at ky etc. Just do the damn same and beat the guy at the 8 other (without cutting) corners at the combo. Damn.
Oh and about that "macro". Like rudy says. It's so easy to set it up. Alot of fast guys used it in the hotlapleague. Always the same people though.
It works shit and i never use it to set a wr. But for example in the hotlapleague i just used the "macro" for the Blackwood combo, because everybody was using it. What do you expect? Just beat the ****ers at it.