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WestHam66

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  1. WestHam66

    AI difficulty in wet and dry

    As I'm slower in the wet than in the dry, how can I get better in wet conditions? I'm using a controller, medium traction control and automatic gears
  2. WestHam66

    Medium TC with controller

    I play the game with a controller and usually drive with full TC, but my starts are always poor and I gather from reading this forum that using full TC is the reason. I've tried driving with medium TC, but I often struggle. What should I be doing to avoid spinning and sliding around too much, but still able to be competitive? I usually play on difficulty between 70 and 75 depending on the track.
  3. Like quite a few players of F1 2019, I've found a discrepancy between the quality of the AI in wet and dry conditions. The latest incident of this for me was the last race I did in career mode. At Monza, I qualified 9th on 74 and knowing that the AI improves in wet weather, I turned it down to 70 for a race that would be wet throughout. I came 12th after a poor start and having cars all over the back of my car for most of the race. Fortunately, it isn't too hard to defend at Monza, but a made a couple of mistakes, which meant AI cars passed me and I wasn't able to catch up. On the first few laps, the cars in front were much quicker than me, so I had no chance of making up positions after the first few corners. I'm not particularly slow in wet weather, just average. By how much should I turn down the AI by in order to negate their improved pace in wet conditions?
  4. Like quite a few players of F1 2019, I've found a discrepancy between the quality of the AI in wet and dry conditions. The latest incident of this for me was the last race I did in career mode. At Monza, I qualified 9th on 74 and knowing that the AI improves in wet weather, I turned it down to 70 for a race that would be wet throughout. I came 12th after a poor start and having cars all over the back of my car for most of the race. Fortunately, it isn't too hard to defend at Monza, but a made a couple of mistakes, which meant AI cars passed me and I wasn't able to catch up. On the first few laps, the cars in front were much quicker than me, so I had no chance of making up positions after the first few corners. I'm not particularly slow in wet weather, just average. By how much should I turn down the AI by in order to negate their improved pace in wet conditions?
  5. WestHam66

    Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow

    What about the hypocrisy of online bookmaker Sport Pesa on the Racing Point being changed to that company's own website spscore.com? Searching for spscore.com naturally brings up results to do with Sport Pesa, just in the same way that searching for Mission Winnow and A Better Tomorrow brings up results to do with their respective tobacco companies. How is having references to a bookmaker on cars in a video game any different to references to a tobacco company?
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