Project CARS 2 R3: Fuji (1 Viewer)

R3: Fuji
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Project CARS 2
Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 19:30
Until: Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 22:59
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Darksi

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Class: LMP3
Track: Fuji GP

Date: Thursday 11th April 2019
17:30 UTC - Optional Practice
18:30 UTC - Driver Briefing (Mandatory)
18:40 UTC - Qualifying
18:50 UTC - Race 1
19:25 UTC - Qualifying
19:35 UTC - Race 2

GeneralRace 1Race 2
In-game Date:11th April 201911th April 2019
Time Progression:Real TimeReal Time
Weather Progression:Sync to RaceSync to Race

Qualifying
Duration:10 mins10 mins
Start Time:11:0017:00
Weather Forecast:Light CloudMedium Cloud

Race
Duration:5 + 30 Minutes5 + 30 Minutes
Start Time:12:0018:00
Weather Forecast:Medium CloudMedium Cloud

Starting Procedure: Rolling Start, the pole driver will lead the field through the formation lap. The speed limit for the lead car will be 50mph / 80kph. We are going to form up in a 2×2 formation at the beginning of sector 3, maintaining our speed. Odd numbers on the right side and even numbers on the left side.

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Driver List
01 @MgcAdri
02 @Nolitnax >> Available
03 @ovivoJR
04 @Rargon
05 @Jonno >> Available
06 @benimi
07 @-=EV3RY=-
08 @Spitfire
09 @EDDY PRIME >> Availabe
10 @Pierre CREUSEVAULT >> Available
11 @Gatland190 >> Available
 

t0daY

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The Breeze

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Nice banner! That's me #25 leading the pack :woot::woot::woot:
 

hinesy32

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Unfortunately I won't be able to make this one due to surprise family commitments. Have a great race everyone.
 

The Breeze

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Doctor says I'll be fine for Fuji :D ..... probably he's a racing fan... drawing the track on my arm :wideyed:

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Doctor says I'll be fine for Fuji :D ..... probably he's a racing fan... drawing the track on my arm :wideyed:

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Ha yes, I can see the finish straight. Looks fine to me, just a little less bumpy...
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But I am wondering if those Nitro tubes you have there are legal. This ain't Fast & Furious.
 

Jonno

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Im avalible for this one. If theres space.
 

Owfier

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Does anybody know from how much damage percent on your engine you lose power?
Did some testing and got some damage, but not sure if the amount I got was actually concerning.
 

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I believe I'm correct in saying that it's not engine damage, it's engine wear - there was a thread or series of posts about it a while back (either on here or on the pcars public forum). I don't believe you will see a drop off of engine performance just from the engine wear, you will only get a drop if there's physical damage to it.

(I am happy to be corrected because, as is often the case when I try and provide technical assistance on things I know very little about, I'm wrong!)
 

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I believe I'm correct in saying that it's not engine damage, it's engine wear - there was a thread or series of posts about it a while back (either on here or on the pcars public forum). I don't believe you will see a drop off of engine performance just from the engine wear, you will only get a drop if there's physical damage to it.

(I am happy to be corrected because, as is often the case when I try and provide technical assistance on things I know very little about, I'm wrong!)
Thanks for the info, that will mean I can probably keep my radiator opening as it is.
My engine symbol only just turned yellow at the and of my race sim test.
 

fab. ICEMAN

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Thanks for the info, that will mean I can probably keep my radiator opening as it is.
My engine symbol only just turned yellow at the and of my race sim test.
I believe it was something around 60 to 70 when you start to loose power.
I wouldn't plan to go into the yellow color anyway, you never know what happens :)
 

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Also consider front damage will most likely increase engine temperature. So i recommend to leave some margin on radiator settings for race
 

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Thanks for the info, that will mean I can probably keep my radiator opening as it is.
My engine symbol only just turned yellow at the and of my race sim test.
I believe it was something around 60 to 70 when you start to loose power.
I wouldn't plan to go into the yellow color anyway, you never know what happens :)
IIRC you only start to lose power when it turns red. That said I try to stay below 120°C oil temperature because over that the engine wear is accelerated.
 

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IIRC you only start to lose power when it turns red. That said I try to stay below 120°C oil temperature because over that the engine wear is accelerated.
Well whoops, I kinda went in to +125°C.
 

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