Do you think the dev / testers are happy with this time it gets released,
everybody would have liked to see it getting releasd on the aim mid nov.
but aslong as there are bugs in it what need to be fixed what should the do?
give you as it is at that point and get tons and tons of complainings about ppl who found things dont work,
or grab the problems with both hands and try to fix it as fast as the can?
as you would know how many updates we got in 1 week to test you would know how hard there working on it behind the scenes.
So please just stop all those comments i know its frustrating as you looking forward to it, but sometimes things need to be fixed before its just ready for the big deal.
Pff, don't be such a crybaby when we take the mickey out of somebody who really deserves it... I personally have no sympathy whatsoever with a developer that gives his paying customers the middle finger and disappears for half a year only to reemerge crawling into a company's ass and shit on his customers again for 2 further years...
Interesting question. I use a clutch for starts, whether out of the garage or the start line. In the F1600 you have to lift off the throttle to change gear. The clutch isn't necessary. However, faster changes can be made by de-clutching, in fact you can do full throttle changes. Keep you foot planted on the gas, dip the clutch at the same time move the lever. Very satisfying. Oh yes, I have auto clutch turned off which means if you spin your car you'll have to throw out the clutch or you'll stall.
Hope that helps.