The optimist in me agrees with you on that, but the cynic in me knows that what would be much more profitable is a load of lease hold houses built on all that land!
I am still rather confused, however, as to why there is no mention of any of this on the rockingham website news page, but is on their facebook page. They have said it has been sold but there is lot's of third party related speculation flying around.
I have literally just bought S3 because I wanted to learn a real track with the possibility of doing a track day there, then 1 day later they announce it is bloody closing. To say I'm a bit pissed off is an understatement. I am however glad that my money is going into developing LFS. Hopefully LFS will introduce more real tracks because it is still the best racing 'sim' I've tried!
And before you link me to the angry angel thread, I have done the port forwarding but when I try and connect on my own network through the internet to the server, I get on the client side, did not receive track info and on the server side I get new guest timed out.
The network at my college blocks the master server. I have LFS installed on my memory stick but it only shows it is unlocked on the computer i unlocked it on until the memory stick is removed. i was under the impression there was a file with the information in that told lfs i have an S2 account, somewhere in the files.
Also when lan'ing, all the other computers do is time out, we have no access to firewalls or anything like that.
Can i use the Math.Round() to round it to an integer?
EDIT: also do i need to do the difference or would heading minus direction work? only when i get the generic angle number and divide by 182.0444... to get it into degrees, at one point i actually get -330 degrees.
I have been attempting to work out an algorithm for working out the drift angle but have as of yet been unsuccessful working it out. I have a vague idea that the angular velocity and heading come into it at some point but i think my brain is going weird :s