Project CARS 2 R2: Circuit of The Americas (1 Viewer)

R2: Circuit of The Americas
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Project CARS 2
Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 19:30
Until: Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 22:59
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kobusnell

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I've only done full tank second session runs. Managed to dip below 2:00, but as soon as you hear rear tyre squeal you know whats coming...
 

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Finally managed to do my first laps...I feel like a fidget-spinner.
But I managed to set a High 2:02. I need more practice though, only managed to do 3-4 clean laps right after each other.
 

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Seems that this time I won't be the only one with a lousy setup ;)
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Lousy setup.. but the banner makes a great desktop! :D
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I was also thinking something about the same lines, spinning out in both races, then giving tips how to be more consistent xD
dont think there is a good setup for these cars xD
It is mostly your driving style on this track, I feel like.
 

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There is hope if you can go gently on the tyres when you need to...as a backup set pit strategy to repairs only and you're all set!
 

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For a track I don't click with, I seem to be doing ok with it in comparison to what some of you are saying.
Though I think the game thinks too much of me with a potential of 1.57.2.
best i've done is a 1.58.4 but race pace is more around the 2.01.
I found coasting through most of the first sector to be beneficial. feathering the throttle to about 50/60% to keep the momentum up (i should actually look at engine breaking now I type this...)
Take it super easy in the tight corners of T2 as a heavy foot will send you pirouetting. Avoid the outside kerbs as you (from experience) will find it difficult to put power down & keep it in a straight line.
THAT long right hander is an awkward one. I found trying to follow @Shepard through there to cause the car to do silly things. Thankfully there is a few different lines to take through it so should be able to get away with it.
 

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The potential for this to be a huge mess is high, we need everyone to take a sensible pill in the race, at least on lap1...unfortunately saying it and doing it are 2 very different things! lol
 

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Managing 2.01's with light fuel and soft tyres. Race is likely to be 2.05's I'd say. Definitely a slow and steady approach for me.
 

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The thing with cota is high df and be aggressive.. Remember its a smooth flowing track no bumps so set your car up for a smooth track. We all knkw how to do that..... Don't we lol.
 

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Dear admins, would like to admit that WTF Racing Team ready to race, if there is any chance for us to take a part in a thursday event, let us know
 

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Owfier

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@Members I would appreciate it if we could start on time for this round and not have any delays. Some of us in America have evening affairs/jobs to tend to and make time for this race. Let's not have a 30 min delay like last race
I don't know what time it is in America when the race starts and I also wasn't there last time, but a 30 min delay is a bit much.
Even for me who lives in EU that will make it around 23-24 ish
 

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Even in the UK I feel the delays can have an impact - as a suggestion could the server not be "ready to go" earlier so those who often encounter issues can get in the server early/have more time to troubleshoot any issues?
 

FuBii

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Will someone think of the admins?! hahah
It's ok to ask but sometimes our admins are under the same time issues/ constraints. The process is currently a lot more streamlined than it was for the first 2 Revolution Cup leagues.
There's also the potential for someone to struggle finding the server which can cause delays & in turn has that knock on effect for everything else.
 

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I don't know what time it is in America when the race starts and I also wasn't there last time, but a 30 min delay is a bit much.
Even for me who lives in EU that will make it around 23-24 ish
It's around 2;30 - 3;30 pm when the first race starts, and I have a night shift job.
 

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