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rafthehay

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  1. That reminds me of how some games did it in the past, like Papyrus' NASCAR and Indycar Racing series. Once you paused the game, you could still freely navigate menus like pit commands, temperature checks and so on. I think it's a nice little touch, because, let's face it, in games like these ones we're often doing more than just the driver's job, but also the trackside engineer and team principal's! I agree with Jimmy that it would be a welcome feature, although I suppose that would need lots of tweaking in the game engine because of how Pause systems operate.
  2. Heyo Codies! As a long time fan, I've always played and enjoyed the games a ton. Fortunately for me, I can enjoy the game well in its original language, english, but at times I like switching to Portuguese (BR) which is my native language. Unfortunately, year after year the translation to Brazilian Portuguese comes with several typos and some words that literally dont translate well (like the display of pit stop time on the hud translating "stop time" as a command to literally stop the running of time, like a spell, not the time spent on the stop). I know this is most likely an issue
  3. I suppose they run into licensing issues with the Grand Prix names, the dates on the podium and such, but that would be a neat addition. I've been playing WRC 8 and it does that, at least in the WRC2 classes. For each season, a few events are swapped places, making seasons a bit different from one another.
  4. So, I know this part of the forum often has users commenting on features of the game, things they'd like to see or that they dislike about the game. And just as much, we all know F1 is not perfect - not the RL sport nor the game - and there are lots that could be made better, but at the same time I feel like CM doesn't get enough praise for the things they get right in the game. Sure there are awards and reviews, but I felt it would be no harm to toss a topic over here as well. I've been playing F1 games for decades, from Sega Genesis games to the often-well remembered Grand Prix series b
  5. Whenever I look at the timetables I skip the first ones that definitely seem cheated and compare setups with folks like the drivers from the esports league. I know in some tracks some of them have set their times with the Custom Car, so I'd definitely say it's not mega far off from a good performance.
  6. Definitely on board with this one. The time trial mode is focused on hotlapping, with the optimal conditions and everything. That would definitely help in setting up the car or learning more about the different dynamics of car wear.
  7. A suggestion for a very small, simple fix regarding the F1-2000. I know you devs have way more relevant things to care about in the game but if that helps a bit, maybe it's just something that was overlooked a bit, probably! The traction control was reimplemented in F1 midway through the 2001 season, which means the Ferrari F1-2000 still didn't feature TC. Yet, in the game it does make that sound effect and TC effect as seen in the other cars from the first half of the decade. That comment aside, I'd like to thank the team for including such a great car in the game! I love driving it
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