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DaleRossi last won the day on November 2 2019

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    Xbox One
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  1. Pads have built-in traction assist. People in many leagues switched back to pad just to keep up. I use a wheel and cockpit because I enjoy sim racing. If I cared more about winning at any cost, absolutely I would be on a pad and using TCam.
  2. lol And last time I checked, they don't drive from the top of the car so they can "see better." 620x349.webp
  3. Bingo. Add the pad and TCam and no other assist, that's an insane advantage. Over a 5 laps race, it is big. Over longer races, it grows exponentially.
  4. They've given the finger to sim drivers every step of the way. Those using a wheel and cockpit are at 2 massive disadvantages right off the bat. No option to force cockpit view, like every other sim (even on console) is absolutely incredible. Dirt 2.0 is very good. This is the first F1 I've owned since 2013 or so and it will be my last unless they fix fundamental flaws. GUARANTEED none of them will be fixed in coming months. There will be a couple trivial changes and then $$$ Thanksgiving and Christmas car paint, suits, and gloves.
  5. Agree 100%. Dirt Rally is very very good. F1 has potential, but there are just some embarrassingly poor decisions made for it that kill it. Imagine that Dirt has an option to lock out exterior cams, but F1 does not. So you have sim racers competing against people sitting on top of the car so they can see better. The Dirt crew is active with the community here. F1 is a ghost town. The game has serious problems and all we get are new skins available for purchase, even the Legends owners have to pay $3 if they just want the new car paint. Helmet, gloves, and suits all sold separately.
  6. The setup is maybe more important in Finland than anywhere else. Still working on it and probably will be for a long while.lol
  7. Hail that beats the **** out of cars and breaks windshields, lights, etc. Hail, thunder and lightning, all of that. lol
  8. As of late last night, they were both there but on the 206 showed up in the game after resetting etc. I'm sure they're both there now. 206 is a blast. Very nervous car for sure.
  9. Incredible that someone doesn't ensure it works before announcing it.
  10. You guys do some kickass things and I tell all my wheel-using friends that this game is a must own. This happens more often than not, though. And that is not an exaggeration.
  11. Season 3 pass holder on Xbox Live. It says I don't own these. Again. 😕
  12. Great video! I was surprised to see how soft you made the roll bars and will give that a try. My ride height was too high here for the longest time until I figured it really wasn't that bumpy. Greece is certainly unforgiving!
  13. On most cars, the stock camber and toe seems to work well. For camber, if there are many long sweeping turns, you want higher camber. If the track isn't set up that way, less camber. Less camber will give you better grip for acceleration and stopping, but it will hurt your turn stability. RWD cars can benefit from a bit of inwards toe. The stock setup with clue you as to which ones. A couple FWD cars benefit from outward toe on the front to help turn-in.
  14. JorritVD, that's really good. I just can't get the hang of the supercar RX class. At all.lol. I've been able to set a top 5 here and there in other classes, but strictly mid field 50% in these. Assuming you're on a wheel?
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