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2019 Cars and Tracks BOP Discussion

Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by redlinemotorsport.co.uk, Oct 26, 2019.

  1. Mach77

    Mach77 Racer

    exactly
     
  2. Aristotelis

    Aristotelis Will it drift? Staff Member KS Dev Team

    Spa 2019 BOP (which is also valid for IGTC races)
     
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  3. GRFOCO

    GRFOCO Alien

    Thanks.
     
  4. Tim Meuris

    Tim Meuris Simracer

    How come the nsx is so much faster on the non Blancpain tracks if it is the same bop?
     
  5. Mach77

    Mach77 Racer

    it's only the Spa BoP which is the same between ICGT and Blancpain 2019. the rest is a completely different one
     
  6. Tim Meuris

    Tim Meuris Simracer

    Ah ok. Thnx for the clarification!
     
  7. nfsw55

    nfsw55 Hardcore Simmer

    So Bathurst, Kyalami, Laguna Seca and Suzuka are located in other track categories and not in category A, B, C or D like the european tracks?
     
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2020
  8. Mach77

    Mach77 Racer

    it's a completely different championship, so, I think it's not even in one if these categories
     
  9. nfsw55

    nfsw55 Hardcore Simmer

    AFAIK all SRO championships (like GTWC Europe, GTWC Asia, GTWC America, British GT, IGTC) are using the "same" BoP which means that all circuits which are used in these championships are placed in different categories according to their characteristics and for example all category A tracks are using the same BoP, all category B tracks aswell and so on?
     
  10. Mach77

    Mach77 Racer

    that may be true. but that doesn't really explains why the NSX is a missile, then :D
     
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  11. nfsw55

    nfsw55 Hardcore Simmer

    Indeed, that's why I was wondering if maybe the IGTC tracks (apart from Spa) are in a different category which is not used in Europe?
     
  12. Mach77

    Mach77 Racer

    apart that, even if it's an SRO championship, the IGTC is a completely different championship(including the GT4s), I know as much as you ;)
     
  13. Cucumber_86

    Cucumber_86 Rookie

    Yes you are correct. This is a passage from the Sporting Regulations of the 2019 Blancpain GT World Challenge America

    "
    The SRO Technical Board will distribute the various circuits used by the Series into at least four groups, each with a specific Balance of Performance.
    A: High speed lower downforce
    B: High speed medium downforce
    C: Mid speed higher downforce
    D: Low speed medium downforce
    "

    Also there is a H group for high altitude circuits which was used at Kyalami.
    Suzuka uses B in Blancpain Asia but I'm not 100% sure if they would use that for the 10 hours.
    I assume Bathurst would be B and Laguna Seca D but there is little to no available information as BOP is a very concealed topic.
     
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  14. Borbor

    Borbor Racer

    The entire season last year I've never seen a sro bop bulletin where I had to change my restrictor size.

    Every bop change was on weight.

    Sent from my SM-G975W using Tapatalk
     
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  15. Coanda

    Coanda Alien

    The average weight in ACC for the NSX for 2019 is 1399 kg. The NSX at Bathurst is 1370 kg.
     
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  16. Aristotelis

    Aristotelis Will it drift? Staff Member KS Dev Team

    Although the SRO defines 4+1 specific BOP groups for tracks, updates do happen. For example, the BOP B group in 2018 as well 2019, had 3 updates moving from circuit to circuit. Paul Ricard, Spa and Barcelona, all BOP B tracks, each had various updates in the BOP values for various cars.

    Not all cars are always getting updated. Also as a trend we see many updates on turbo cars boost pressure (I guess easier to handle) and much less on NA cars.

    IGTC 2019 challenge tracks in particular had substantial BOP changes on some specific cars, moving from track to track

    ... and yes I hate my job sometimes LOL
     
  17. david m

    david m Racer

    The work done in the different BOP's per car and track in ACC is fabulous and stunning. I can't imagine how many hours and efforts have gone into this by devs to lograte what we have.

    anyway, we will always see people complaining and saying about what is good or not and blabla...

    but the true is that every car in ACC have his spirit and his particularities in driving it, and his strengts and weaknesses .
    But at the end, after you use all cars in different conditions(temperatures,different fuel loads, tyre degradation, wet and dry,races distances) you can see that everything is studied and tested .
    And here we are with a fantastic BOP that give us players the opportunity to drive any GT3 we want with the maxium similarities to the RL.
     
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  18. SimGuy_1

    SimGuy_1 Simracer

    so of all the cars have different bop according to year selected in-game
    does that mean for one car let say nissan gtr there may be a better "version" or in specific year it has better bop ?
     
  19. Aristotelis

    Aristotelis Will it drift? Staff Member KS Dev Team

    Yes, as we said before, each car has different BOP for each different circuit and each different year as well as each different circuit of IGTChallenge.
    That's why we insist that not only there is no real best of all car, but each car can be faster or slower moving from circuit to circuit, year to year.
    At the end of a championship, at least 11 or 12 car can equally win the championship. Yes there are some slower cars like the REX, the first NSX, the old Bentley, the old Nissan GTR and Porsche and possibly the Jaguar... but all the others, they can win.
     
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  20. SimGuy_1

    SimGuy_1 Simracer

    Thanks for the info,will have to see which year has better BoP on my favourite cars then.
     
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