So I ended up trying what the LXC car feels like and discovered that DaveW's set handles like a sack of potatoes. To not deter more people from LXC, I've attached my own base I made while driving on Cargame. Set is for BL1R and I drove a 1:21:80 with it.
On another note, I like how LXC restrictions bring the option to balance the car with ballast positioning. Another observation was that the 6% intake restriction takes the murderous edge off LX6, yet it doesn't feel lame like the entry level engined LX4. I like.
On PC I mostly just play Dota2 and LFS. I play on android a lot when I'm not sitting on the computer though, and since it's hard to find good android software/games, here's some you'll want to consider. If you know of any gems that I didn't mention, please post.
I play on Samsung Galaxy S2. Out of these only Osmos makes my phone warm up a bit while playing these games. The others will likely perform well with a slower phone too. First the free ones:
Demo linked for you, won't do a sales pitch Osmos
Demo linked again. This one is not a game for those 2 minutes you have nothing to do waiting for the train. It's more for the 100 mile train ride when you want a nice little slow-action realtime puzzle game. Bring headphones for great soundtrack. Flight Control
Demo. Do not accept cheap copies, NAMCO Bandai is the one. Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery
This one's an art game tbh. It's like an interactive fairytale with great visuals and soundtrack. See trailer. Another World
A game in great art style and atmosphere, but this one is actually hard in difficulty like the original in 1991. Some puzzle, some action. No language barrier at all. Plants vs Zombies
PC casual classic on android. Super Hexagon
This is the gem of all mobile games. Fantastic art style, awesome soundtrack that works perfect even on phone speaker, simple controls, addictive but not in the way that you would play it 30 minutes straight. In fact, your first game will probably last about 3-5 seconds. My best is still under 40 seconds in the easiest difficulty.
I for one would not have thought there to be anything different to how it works normally if I had read that during getting ready for restart. Change to normal practice is so small you should've repeated what was different this time.
I was just learning some lfs mechanics and race practices by empirical research!
First I thought blue flag was just blocking the SG text which I could serve as soon as green flag. On second try I found out I can interrupt serving the SG by changing in gear, just like what can't happen on a pit stop.
Now that I know everything, I can serve SG next race after forgetting to change my name early on and still win like a boss.
Don't put words into my mouth. I wish good luck to Niki and might be the only person who genuinely does so in this thread. Even with his temperament and poor judgement in public behaviour he was honest to his teammates and I liked having him to train and race with.