Author Topic: A Couple Oval gravel tracks please!  (Read 1925 times)

Iwasawa

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More laps on a small track doesnt solve anything. My problem with the small tracks is the speed. I dont like the long boring straight maps either but if you just cant go over the third gear that is bad.


Bigger UK oval example (0.3850km)
www.youtu.be/50qoO9DEPDc
http://www.mylaps.com/en/classification/2905931

ran in 2nd gear :)


With realistic damage in NCG it would be OK. LOL is the wheel upside down?

sam223

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More laps on a small track doesnt solve anything. My problem with the small tracks is the speed. I dont like the long boring straight maps either but if you just cant go over the third gear that is bad.


Bigger UK oval example (0.3850km)
www.youtu.be/50qoO9DEPDc
http://www.mylaps.com/en/classification/2905931

ran in 2nd gear :)


With realistic damage in NCG it would be OK. LOL is the wheel upside down?


Looks like its upside down,im not sure to be honest.
Better damage is coming hopefully,they said they were working on the node based damage system a while ago now.
Hopefully it'll look something like this.Allcomers at Emmen (after the final,a chance to smash up as many people as possible before the DD)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=pW3HOgbS8Rc
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Xaagon

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I would also like to see at least one oval track.

If creating a small oval track does not consume too much of Bugbear's resources, I would also suggest duplicating the track with different surfaces (gravel, tarmac, etc.) and give us the option of having a "free drive" mode without any other AI cars for the purpose of fine-tuning our car set-ups.  Players that don't care to do this could just ignore this feature.  However, if creating this would take away from something else in the game, then I would ask the developers to only give us one oval track for racing/crashing purposes.

EDIT: OK, I see that you can just set the # of AI to 0 and you can get the "free drive" mode.  I suppose having different oval tracks of different surfaces for the purpose of testing cars would be irrelevant now since you can just do this on whichever track you want to prep for.  Still might be cool to have some small ovals of different types for a quick race from time to time.
« Last Edit: July 13, 2014, 03:30:50 AM by Xaagon »

MSPORTBMW

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Tarmac and gravel ovals please.

conso1727

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Something like a dirt oval, a bit banked would be great.