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'Slippy' surface

Discussion in 'Chit Chat Room' started by APC900, Dec 20, 2018.

  1. APC900

    APC900 Simracer

    There are two areas of two of my favorite tracks in AC, which I'd like some of you to check and give opinions on.
    This is not meant to be a critique on track making. I just want to know if I am the only one experiencing the issue.
    There seems to be a massive reduction in road surface grip at the two areas in question, though both can be negotiated and managed by lowering speeds below what should be allowable.
    The first area in question is at Mugello....specifically, the road surface immediately adjacent to the left pit wall on pit entry (right across from the first pit-box).
    It you come in at any speed and tap the brakes at that exact point, the car always want to 'spear' left into that wall.
    The car's momentum...along with its trajectory should in fact, keep it going straight...if not a bit to the right.
    Can a few of you please try braking at a slightly elevated speed at that point and post the result.
    The other area is at Spa, at the right-hand turn (Chicane or turn 19)....just prior to the left which takes you onto the Start/Finish.
    The car' rear-end almost always seems to want to over-rotate there.
    I can mask it by really reducing the speed prior to turn-in...but it does seem you have to carry unnaturally low speed to keep from over-rotating the car through loss of track grip.
    I look forward to your test results.
     
    Last edited: Dec 20, 2018

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  3. Tberg

    Tberg Alien

    I know it's the same grip on these parts inside the tracklimit white lines, your "issues" comes from the bumps/elevation that is at those spots, especially the Spa chicane.
     

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