I wonder if this also covers contacts between cars, so that there is less crazy results of small touches, especially in open wheelers. That would be awesome, but even if that's not the case, it is great to see a serious progress in LFS.
Does this also mean improved contact detection with the speed bumps in i.e KY3 chicane?
Often it seems like it's up to luck if you get suspension damage or not when "cheating" (or just missing) the chicane and fly over the speed bumps. If it was spot on every time (meaning suspension destruction if hitting the bumps at 230 km/h), the chicane would be even more intense.
PS. Would also be interesting if the front spoilers on the GTRs and open wheels could be damaged or even completely run off if they smash into curbs and bumps.
Sometimes when love something so much, you will defend it no matter what.
This arguing in the forums, I see it a little like this.
We all love LFS, otherwise I think we all wouldn't be following this thread like looneys.
I hope the weather is nice where your at Scawen, I am bloody melting here
Same goes for rest of the LFS team , Eric, Victor & Geraldine , and the testers, hope you all have a lovely weekend.
Maybe you could post a replay Scawen? maybe one with you guys testing, if you all could spare the time, It would be very cool, perhaps A nice short race *cough* (paint rubbing contest) between you chaps would be most entertaining indeed
My money would be on Eric FTW with Vic 2nd and Scawen in 3rd (sorry)
And winner could challenge me if brave enough in XRT on track of your choice.
ok maybe not this part don't want to embarrass you guys too much, but maybe the first bit, would be pretty cool. (pretty please with cherry on top)
I'm guessing it would be compatible? with current version, I know you guys like to torture us, this would be a sweet condition to exist in till your work is ready.
And again thanks for the update, but i cant see where or what time you went for chit, this very important when weather hot, don't want you running out of water now. Or getting all bunged up.