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  1. Krisperfectline

    2 things, different stories

    The issue is that, when you say that to the engineers, straightline speed can be adjusted by the following based on my knowledge: lower wing angles to an obvious extent, lower the ride heights of the car, increase tyre pressures, adjustments to the rear toe can also be done and I think there are also many ways than those in the game. The drivers need to also describe where in the track they are losing straightline speed, because it can also be a battery deployment aspect, where the team can adjust the deployment of the battery in the lap. If you watched the practice sessions, I think it was Grosjean who said that “there is no grip” on the track on the team radio. Now, if you tell that to an engineer or mechanic in the briefing with the team after practice, he will probably stare at you with the face: “are you serious? We need more than that”. Off throttle, corner exit, medium speed corners, low speed corners, high speed corners, change of direction in the types of corners, driving over the kerbs, run-off areas, under braking, after braking, etc etc... Accuracy and being specific is what they need to describe to the team. Verstappen for instance this weekend, commented on the wing levels being very off set. Now, if I understand that correctly, that can mean that the wing levels are not equal, like in the game I could apply it to it having 1 front wing with 11 rear wing or vice versa.
  2. Krisperfectline

    2 things, different stories

    1. That is obviously different than in the game of course, as they have the entire car to change, whilst we only have some of them. I am sure there are parts that they adjust which are not available in the game. You will also need to take in a lot more variables, such as weight priority, which was the aspect that Mercedes were not factoring when they lost to Red Bull in the Anniversary GP. I am pretty sure they do this in the debrief room with their computers, and I think the mechanics are the ones adjusting it on the car. Watch it. It is F1 porn LOL.
  3. Krisperfectline

    F1 2021 TRACKS

    This is what I always hate. People just do not know how to read accurately. He clearly perfectly, crystal clear indicated that he was inquiring for the successor of F1 2020. I am pretty sure they already have a plan for this, whether it will be the successor of this game, or the succeeding games. I am sure Nurburgring and Istanbul Park are not that much of an issue since it was present on F1 2011 and F1 2013. Mugello, Portimao and Imola are the ones that could cause some issues for them. I am sure everyone just wants a chance to get on the game, take the fastest car, and just drive around those tracks.
  4. Krisperfectline

    Auto or manual gear for controller users

    Same here. PS4 controller, straight out of the first game, I was able to use manual gears. Gotta love everything when it gets realistic
  5. Krisperfectline

    Driver Stats Updated

    Hamilton’s awareness decreased by 5? Really? And they keep Bottas’ awareness at 99. So let me get this straight, Bottas, who lost the lead at the last race due to a lockup, basically has no effect on his awareness, which is defined as car control in the game. In Russia, Bottas could not get his qualifying lap due to cold tyres, and he even gave Mercedes’ main rival, Verstappen, a tow on his final lap. Unless Mercedes wanted Bottas to start P3 in Russia due to the cleaner side of the grid oferring a grip advantage at the start, then this is ridiculous to keep Bottas at 99 and Hamilton at 83. A 16 POINT DIFFERENCE? You are telling me that the best driver on the grid has 83 awareness? Similar to Vettel at 81 awareness? Who is just a spin magnet? Hamilton’s incident at Monza does not merit a -5. It was a very unique situation, and the team also has some of the blame on this. Russia’s incident as well.
  6. Krisperfectline

    Performance Patch coming soon?

    It’s all part of the ULTIMATE, THE GREAT FERRARI MASTER PLAN..........
  7. Krisperfectline

    Performance Patch coming soon?

    I have already mentioned this is some other threads. It’s crazy about those strategies.
  8. Krisperfectline

    So, I went throught the 10 seasons of "My Team"...

    I see. I wish they would make it that when all cars have all upgrades fitted, that they will be having equal performance points.
  9. Krisperfectline

    So, I went throught the 10 seasons of "My Team"...

    For R and D, are you confirming that the My Team car is actually the car that can have the highest performance points when all cars are fitted with all the upgrades? In other words, the performance graph in the picture shows when every team has applied all of their upgrades on the tree? I am curious to know which team has the highest performance points after all upgrades are applied.
  10. Krisperfectline

    Difference in setups wheel v pad

    I will try to do a test in China one of these days. Were your tyres used or new? I do not remember my practice for My Team in Gp mode, but I do know that I made Medium tyres last at least 14 laps while driving as Bottas and on 105 difficulty. Turn 1 in China can literally eat the front left tyre. Pretty similar to me, especially that I am a little bit aggressive with the rear tyres in Canada. But Canada has been a track I cannot extract good laptime. In Baku, it’s the rears that are having more wear than the front, but at Baku I have no problems. Well, it is always due to the player. Some tracks you excel, and some tracks, in spite of the same characteristics to one that you do well, you can struggle. Brazil is quite similar to Canada and Azerbaijan, and I do not like driving at Brazil, but I still do well there in comparison to the 105% ai. Softening the rear anti roll bar can help in rear tyre wear, but it will be mainly down to how heavy your fingers are or how heavy your right foot is LOL. I’d also keep the rear toe at minimum to the left.
  11. Krisperfectline

    Difference in setups wheel v pad

    Whahahaha. I am a pad user as well. However, I believe that front tyre management is a lot easier than rear tyre management. You barely get wheelspin when playing on the pad, whilst on the wheel, you can get lots of wheelspin if you are too fast on the pedal. As a pad user, I think the difference could be in the suspension settings. However, I think camera plays a role as well. Any setup that I use from youtubers running on t cam feels extremely stiff and heavy when I use them on cockpit cam. I am forced to run soft suspensions and roll bars.
  12. Krisperfectline

    Performance patch week

    And what about boring? Ferrari is not accurately placed in the performance chart. Adjust to the game yourself like you did. I want something perfect or close to the real F1 in every aspect. Mercedes and Red Bull are way too close compared to real life. Yea, I agree on this. I just want everything close to real F1. You stick to your preferences while I stick to mine. Simple as that. Just give us the performance update that is accurate to real life.
  13. Krisperfectline

    Performance patch week

    I am one of those who likes it. Mercedes are clearly the best and fastest in real life and it game, it should be no exception. Red Bull are way too close to Mercedes in the game. Ferrari and Racing Point are the ones expected to be modified.
  14. Krisperfectline

    The Worst Things Jeff Says to You

  15. Krisperfectline

    Is My Team too easy?

    I think ai strategies need to be adjusted. I just won a totally unexpected race of the US Grand Prix in Season 1 in a 22 race season when my car is closely matched with the midfield. I started from P8, due to grid penalties from Ricciardo and Verstappen, and there was a safety car on lap 11-13, and the ai decided to pit for hard tyres instead of medium tyres, and some even went for the 2 stop strategy. The one stop Soft-Medium or vice versa appeared to be clearly the better strategy, and I only overtook Albon to win the race, while the others, I just overtook on track through the pit stops. Same goes for Q2, if the ideal strategy is a Medium-Hard like on Baku, Bahrain, France and Singapore, make the ai qualify on the Medium tyres in Q2.