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Re: Project CARS

Postby Adz1200 » 09 Jun 2016, 06:24

Nice one Iain, I can't do that one though as I'm out on a Wednesday but hope you have fun if you do/did it.

It would be great to race with you on a busy grid again, maybe we will get the chance at PCDC while we look at ways of rebuilding activity here at Flatout.

Maybe even a new inter-club series if we had enough drivers to make the proposal in the near future. :)
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Iain Wilton » 09 Jun 2016, 07:58

I was too late last night and dont think my application has been approved yet. Hopefully can do one in future.

Went online anyway for an hour last night. Nords server in Road Cars. (and was wet). Was only lapping 5 secs slower in the Focus RS than peeps in Mclaren P1 and Zonda :) :) good fun.
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Adz1200 » 09 Jun 2016, 11:52

Iain Wilton wrote:I was too late last night and dont think my application has been approved yet. Hopefully can do one in future.

Went online anyway for an hour last night. Nords server in Road Cars. (and was wet). Was only lapping 5 secs slower in the Focus RS than peeps in Mclaren P1 and Zonda :) :) good fun.



Nice one m8, that must have been down to overpowered cars trying to deal with conditions as well as your usual almighty pace of course. ;)

I will send a pm to Jack (HowGudAmI) at PCDC, he is lead admin and asked me to let him know of any interested drivers, you can expect approval thereafter.

You may be interested in the Frinday night fun race: Watkins Glen Short - Caterham SP/300.R
The way Quali works for Friday night races is that you set a time through the week on in game time trial, the admin pick this info up for your grid slot on Friday night.
Ive still to set a time but will hopefully do that tonight.

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Re: Project CARS

Postby Iain Wilton » 09 Jun 2016, 13:13

They can see times set in time trial mode? Or do we send them laps etc.... ???

And yeah think it was to do with putting power down as was raining very heavily and in RS I was able to power out of every corner plus the lift off oversteer in that motor is brilliant fun in wet. Can get car 90 degree sideways and just hit power to straighten up even at over 100mph :) :)
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Iain Wilton » 09 Jun 2016, 19:13

Iain Wilton wrote:They can see times set in time trial mode? Or do we send them laps etc.... ???


Ignore that comment!! Just realised you can see everyones times in time trial mode!! falldownlaugh falldownlaugh
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Adz1200 » 09 Jun 2016, 21:28

Hey Iain, Jack can't access his pc until Sunday and will approve you then, meanwhile if you want to get involved I can let the other admins know your IRW76 for your Friday Grid slot, this is the info regarding times etc:

10 JUN @ 7:00PM
Race 3 of season 6.

2 30 minute practices followed by a 1 hour race.
Tyre wear x2.

Lobby Name: www.pcdc.link
I'll PM you the password
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Iain Wilton » 10 Jun 2016, 05:02

Hi Adz,

Cool mate tvm. I'll and be on from around 7 tonight.

Do you have the teamspeak details at all please? I might not be able to talk much as no doubt misses will be in front room as well watching tv.
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Patrick weir » 10 Jun 2016, 15:35

I'm sorry i did not as yet get a chance to get registered for this , been busy most of this week doing some gardens they all come at once , my mojo is running slow this week tbh but i'll sort it.
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Ken Bell » 11 Jun 2016, 00:14

Glad you guys are getting some tracktime in. Project Cars looks awesome from the piccies I have seen.

Don't forget StockCar Extreme will ya!
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Iain Wilton » 11 Jun 2016, 10:05

Not forgotten Stockcar Ken. Just wanted to see what PCars was like in proper online race.

And safe to say I have had better races lol. Sounds good that I made 2 places in race, but then again I did start last! haha

Some quick lads there Adz....My consistency in changing weather conditions was shocking.
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Adz1200 » 11 Jun 2016, 11:29

Yeah m8, it was a tough call to make in terms of tyre changes.
I stayed on my first set of slicks until they were useless in the wet and pretty worn out too, changed to wets then back in with 10 mins to go for slicks on a drying track.
I knew for the last change that I would loose my 4th place but would have a chance of getting it back again on fresh rubber, which I managed to do on the second last lap.
Great to race with you again Iain, you seemed a little rusty though lol ! :P
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Iain Wilton » 11 Jun 2016, 11:45

Adz1200 wrote:Great to race with you again Iain, you seemed a little rusty though lol ! :P


A little rusty!! :D Was very I think.....

Still - its a learning curve got to go through. felt like a right noob last night. cry2
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Adz1200 » 13 Jun 2016, 15:11

Lol Iain, not to worry m8, we all know what your capable of ! notworthy2
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Re: Project CARS

Postby Patrick weir » 13 Jun 2016, 16:39

Agree with that Adz.
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