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Yeah I know how you feel. I don't get rain every race, but it happens far too often. I'd imagine it wouldn't be difficult to fix this, so I hope they can patch it so we only have a few wet sessions per season. It would make it much more enjoyable in career mode.1henryw said:It drives me crazy. Especially as I’m not very good in the wet so it’s like bam there goes my objectives for this session
I think T-Cam is one "assist" I could never get rid of tbh (I don't use any others nowadays). I don't like causing collisions with the AI and there's a certain YouTuber who uses cockpit cam only to keep spinning the AI around because he obviously doesn't have a great view from there, so I understand fully why most YTers use T-cam It also looks better on there, from a spectator point of view.Just the opposite for me. If we consider that people really are using T-Cam, you can pretend it's a driving assist. Now, I'd personally try mastering driving without any assists, before I bump up the difficulty.Why indeed? But I'm just saying that people will generally choose what's better (yes, that includes "easier") for them.I would only purposely make things more difficult for myself if I were destroying the AI at 110.Right, why would I eat chocolate if I can just jump off a bridge?Why not?Why would you compare camera angles to different cars though? That doesn't make any sense.Yeah, cockpit cam isn't particularly realistic anyway. As for camera settings, people tend to choose which one they like best. I prefer the TV cam, but I'm sure I could easily drive without it. I don't think the camera angle makes you faster, it's just more convenient. But if I'd only ever used cockpit cam, I'm sure I'd find that easier too.
There are lots of things people do to make it easier. Most of the hot laps on the TT leaderboards are achieved driving a Mercedes. I wonder why they don't choose a Sauber?
Seriously, it's more the principle of people choosing something because it's easier/they're more comfortable with it rather than me thinking they are the same thing.