Update #5 2014-07-03

sam223

Active Member
Weeked Smasher
St. Jimmy said:
sam223 said:
Incar footage on slightly damp pitted concrete,RWD mk1 granada coupe.Inspiration for devs.


Watch the steering wheel,tarmac should feel like this with a bit more grip instead of what we have now
In NCG if you would try to correct like that the sliding the car would take a grip and you would be on the outside wall. Especially with the European car that's a huge issue.
I agree.The steering should feel lighter so its possible to actually oversteer on tracks like the fig8 without forcing it and be able to actually control it once it starts to slide instead of just snapping between under/oversteer
This footage is from rookies,which is a basic prep,road tires,no camber etc formula


more footage on clean dry tarmac
 

HYLK

Member
Full time wrecker
dry tarmac, and yeah, im santa claus, they wet the tarmac down before the race. Cars has street tires that are worn down almost to no rubber at all, and are very thin, and u get the feel of driving on ice. Dont need the be a scientist do figure that out. Or just been racing the events.

Second, these cars are stripped down to the bones. NCGs cars are not. They are normal driving cars with steel cages that has not so much taken out from them, they are driven on ordinary tracks, similar to what u can find in real life. And they are not really derby tracks are they, oh, and still its a game.

Så sluta lipa över ett spel som inte är klart ännu.
 

sam223

Active Member
Weeked Smasher
HYLK said:
dry tarmac, and yeah, im santa claus, they wet the tarmac down before the race. Cars has street tires that are worn down almost to no rubber at all, and are very thin, and u get the feel of driving on ice. Dont need the be a scientist do figure that out. Or just been racing the events.

Second, these cars are stripped down to the bones. NCGs cars are not. They are normal driving cars with steel cages that has not so much taken out from them, they are driven on ordinary tracks, similar to what u can find in real life. And they are not really derby tracks are they, oh, and still its a game.

Så sluta lipa över ett spel som inte är klart ännu.
I agree with you about the cars being stripped,no interior/glass.Thats not that much weight difference though.These videos also feature a H-Frame rollcage,steel plates on both sides holding the doors shut,and a big steel box under the bonnet replacing the radiator.
Similar to:

Which should compensate any plastic bumpers/interior removed.


They dont water the track unless its exceptionally dusty or shale/dirt.

Heres another for you,albeit this is a race tuned engine with a better set of tires

 

HYLK

Member
Full time wrecker
street slicks. and still a 30kg light in the rears. i still stand corrected, drunk as ever. blury sight. and footloose

but its like gravel tracks, wetning em before race. for more slides and less overtake from others. to keep it from distancing
 
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