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Kunos Simulazioni - Assetto Corsa
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Yeah yeah everybody welcomes you, a newcomer, and we look forward to more valuable contributions from you.

Interesting name btw.
Appereantly that users IP turns out to be in London, UK. Shouldn't he have a lifetime ban for ignoring the devs ban on his normal account?
Dymn just tested that joux plane stage (avalibale in both directions) omfg it's good sense of speed drived only standard e30m3, never shifted higher than 3' but in some places I felt like going 150mph

*you don't need rbr + super easy to install
Quote from CrAZySkyPimp :Appereantly that users IP turns out to be in London, UK. Shouldn't he have a lifetime ban for ignoring the devs ban on his normal account?

What a surprising twist in there.
Quote from kars19 :Dymn just tested that joux plane stage (avalibale in both directions) omfg it's good sense of speed drived only standard e30m3, never shifted higher than 3' but in some places I felt like going 150mph

*you don't need rbr + super easy to install

Yes, its good fun.
Quote from Per_Döfil :Not sure what your talking about there in the first part you written but I'm not native speaker of english either. I just has some problem understanding what really is weird about some corners.

That RBR stage + Formula Abarth is mental.
Drifting it feels so rewarding.
It's fun in the Lotus. The E30 is fun to drift
Quote from sil3ntwar :That RBR stage + Formula Abarth is mental.

My eyes popped out driving this, was just about to go to bed, then ended up driving this for 3 hours!
I really like the realistic sense of grip on the french stage. Probably from not going track speeds and actually feeling the speed. 120kph feels like frigging warp speed. Amazing fun, like being back in the alps!
In my first try in this rally track I pulled a Jack...


Have to admit,that it was a little optimistic to drive this track for the first time with a group A M3...

PS. Is there a reset option?
Great fun crashing in all the same places as I did way back when with RBR. I was surprised how much of it I remembered, but then I realised I shouldn't expect to remember all of it no matter how much I drive it, since it would be impossible to do so.

KTM is great there, Tatuus is good but I had to sit higher. Group A e30 is perhaps too stiff for some section, although great fun with the shortest gearing. Elise SC feels like it has no torque at all up the hills. Certainly it will keep me entertained until the next lot of content comes. I'll be interested to see if any other unofficial tracks find their way in the open too.
Too early for mods imo Practically haven't drove a lap on Mugello, Vallelunga, Monza..
Never too early for mods.
I get an "Can't find track" error, how do I resolve this?
Quote from Scrabby :I get an "Can't find track" error, how do I resolve this?

Don't play such a boring game.
Play LFS instead.
Quote from Boris Lozac :Too early for mods imo Practically haven't drove a lap on Mugello, Vallelunga, Monza..

I suggest you give Vallelunga a go. It's a bit tricky to learn in the first place, but once you've got it right it's a really nice track
Did a double-Jack,but still managed to finish - it was more like survival then racing...
Any reason why the RSR thing wouldn't update my ranking when I improve my laptime? I was in the right mode, with the app connected, and the lap was clean.
Quote from sinbad :Great fun crashing in all the same places as I did way back when with RBR. I was surprised how much of it I remembered, but then I realised I shouldn't expect to remember all of it no matter how much I drive it, since it would be both hard and impossible to do so.

Fixed.

Thanks Kegetys!

I wonder if any other RBR material might make it to the party???
Hmm, so no one had my problem?
I says on startup of the chosen car and track: joux-plane TRACK NOT FOUND and then just returns to main menu

Kunos Simulazioni - Assetto Corsa
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