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    Fanatec CSR Forza

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  1. It's a street circuit, and thus by definition, ****.
  2. You'll find out at the same time as everyone else, I'm sure.
  3. Yes, or so they've said in the past. If they want to license anything other than the current season's assets, they have to negotiate that licence separately.
  4. Because they can't license nearly enough old tracks and vehicles to do that, otherwise I'm sure they would.
  5. Looks rubbish like all street circuits, and they shouldn't be going anywhere near that country anyway.
  6. Because then, by definition, it wouldn't be the strict option.
  7. Your assumption is correct. Telemetry apps require the game to be running on the same LAN.
  8. scottishwildcat


    It's also one of the classic tracks in F1 2013, albeit not with quite the same layout as they used last year iirc.
  9. You were wrong, I’m afraid. Never been available, and they said early on there were no plans to add them.
  10. Wrong forum -- this is for Grid games, not F1 games. Maybe a mod can move it?
  11. Bit of a long shot, but I fired up Grid on Xbox 360 for the first time in a few years today. I can see several public multiplayer sessions, and they're not full, but I just get "there was a problem connecting to the session" when I try to join them. Other multiplayer games work fine. I don't think there were any game-specific ports you had to open back in those days, or were there? Any other suggestions?
  12. Then perhaps you should become a software developer, and learn for yourself why many apparently simple things can take years to fix.
  13. Which is appropriate, because football presentation graphics are designed for the people watching the game on TV. However, the F1 presentation graphics are not designed for the people driving the cars.
  14. Retaining consciousness was also likely thanks in part to another major safety element, the HANS device, which would have absorbed some of the deceleration force and reduced any whiplash effect. And a good job too -- the fire was still well ablaze when he extricated himself, so he may not have survived if he'd had to wait on anyone being able to pull him out.
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