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Race Spec F1 Esports posted a topic in LeaguesRACE SPEC F1 ESPORTS 2010 Classic Cars Series Due to unforeseen circumstances, the start of this series was postponed a week and now will start THIS WEEKEND on 8th & 9th November. That means there's still time to join and be part of this great mini-series! There's now very limited places left on all platforms. XB1 - 4 places left! PS4 - 2 places left! These places will fill up quickly, so don't miss out and sign up below! _______________________________________________________________ We listened to our driver community and the 2010 Classic Cars Series is here! 2009 & 2010 classic cars only - Brawn GP, Red Bull RB6, McLaren MP4-25, and Ferrari F10 12 Round Calendar of the most iconic F1 Tracks Locked car setup (spec series) 6 Driver Teams Drivers & Constructors Championships Short Qualifying 50% Race Live streams and commentary And of course... THAT V8 sound! Launching on all platforms (XB1, PS4, Steam) on the 8th & 9th of November. Check the banner below for the race time in your time zone (bottom left). Classic cars will be allocated via driver preference submitted through the form, with drivers that sign up earliest getting priority. So get in quick! SIGN UP IS OPEN - Hit the link below to sign up now! CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP
Max Sirman posted a topic in Technical Assistance@Faya Version: 1.03 Platform: PS4 Pro Modes: All of them Accessories: NA Description of the issue: Been testing a little bit the game... In general, I would say once again great effort. Some issues, however, are inherited from f1 2018 (The cars affected on 2018 were f 2004 and Lotus 79) On 2019 the cars Williams 2003 FW25 and Ferrari F2004 Again The basic problem is that the Ferrari and the Williams basically do not reflect the environment in real time... (you can see it most on Monaco and all night tracks)... Note: Is worth mentioning that this only affects wings and bodywork, not the floor, diffusor or suspension work Evidence: (I am leaving as a reference the affected F2004 against other Ferraris that are fine on its reflections, see how the headlights are all statics on the f2004, and how on the other two are moving in synch with the reflections of the helmet?), I could upload a Monaco video if you wanted on both the Ferrari and the Williams, but I thought a comparison is going to be better Please, guys, fix this? Really appreciate if you answer this.