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Which race lenght are you using?

Which race lenght are you using?  

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  1. 1. Which race lenght are you using?



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I tend to use 50%, 25% for tracks I don't like. 

There is no 75%, that would be the ideal for me. 

100% is touch too long for a video game race, it is not a full simulation after all, but 50% is not enough. 

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100% is for me the only race length I use which is the most interesting regarding pit stop and tire wear. As I use no flashback and no assist, I lower the AI level.

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1 minute ago, mahmutcan0163 said:

5 laps because i'm making mistakes in every corner.:classic_biggrin:

How long have you been playing?

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Mine is 100% with no flashbacks , 

Makes you more careful at the start as its a long long race if you screw up at the start and have to pit for repairs , Then run a full race with  a poor car in MyTeam that you havent spent a year or two upgrading 

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Always use 100 in career mode just enjoy how things play out of course sometimes you have races where you're just turning laps in a massive gap but thats racing.

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Currently mostly 5 lap races while I'm learning. Long term I'll definitely be doing longer races though.

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1 hour ago, mahmutcan0163 said:

@KNT2011My braking assits is off(ABS on) and tc is on medium.It is hard but funnier.

You'll get used to it with time. Things like ABS and traction control should be used as you like, what feels right in terms of racing for you, but definitely things like brake or steering assist should be moved off as soon as you can, the game gets far better when you have and can feel full control of your car. 

If you want to stretch out the time of the races so you can enjoy the strategy elements and focus and immersion it gives you, I'd recommend running Monza or Austria as these tracks don't require too much in terms of track learning or technical skill. 

I'll run a 100% race weekend at Monza sometimes just for the fun of it. 

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