Probably because popping is simulated when a tyre point reach ca. 200 C, and the tyres become soapy way before this point. I certainly don't know any tyres that are heated to 200 C, they stay at a lower temperature and pop because of wear, not temperature (mostly).
Lol you are just playing with me... Because seriously the launch was more than a year ago. I understand that things can go wrong and they need some time, but more than a year? How many things can you change, more work on 1 car than on the whole game...
wild guess but it would seem like overheating the tyres doesnt increase wear like it probably should with the rubber disinitegrating at high temperatures and comming off the cord in chunks
on the whole id say that the tyres become more or less useless after 1-2 laps of drifting is quite correct
There are many excellent programmers with that passion for LFS, many of us had seen in different places great mods, add-ons, and things like that, my question is: why don't you recruit some programmers and physic engineers?, there's a lot out there and maybe 2 or 3 more on the developement team could make bigger things!!!
We all love the passion of early days, that's why we play this simulator and try to contribute with ideas, or simply bringing new players to the game
ps: sorry about my english, i hope all of you can read this message as is, with a lot of excitement and expecting big good things for Scavier, and of course, Live For Speed!