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At 2019 I have been much faster without traction control and stuff. About 2s.

Now I turn everything on an I'm faster than without. This isn't supposed to be normal is it? 

Anyone feeling the same? 

 

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Yeah am same mate turned the traction control back on and found myself so much faster 

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Remembering 2018, you lost a lot of time at the start with traction control on. That has changed in 2020. That's at least a second won.

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Feeling the same, this is not desirable - I want incentive to learn to drive the car properly, not incentive to turn on all my assists?  C'mon codemasters.

Edited by Quirk50

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Turned off traction and ABS from 2019 to 2020 to make playing more realistic and more rewarding, and I'm half a second quicker on most tracks this year (comparing my time Vs record TT times). If I would've been quicker leaving the assists on all along that's a bit frustrating.

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3 hours ago, Gh0ds said:

Turned off traction and ABS from 2019 to 2020 to make playing more realistic and more rewarding, and I'm half a second quicker on most tracks this year (comparing my time Vs record TT times). If I would've been quicker leaving the assists on all along that's a bit frustrating.

That’s because TC before f1 2020 was not realistic at all. I had a post with Vettel at Silverstone on turn 4 who spun and sus that it is not realistic. The way it’s implemented this year makes a huge difference and is very near to IRL according to real pilots.

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