F4H Chrisupra wrote:LRT Breeze wrote:Or people who have had one really bad race, can still win over people who have been more consistent. If its to help people who have missed a race i would makr it so you can request a drop round for yourself if you need to miss one. Either way i lost more points than some. I still should be rewarded for doing 5 races, or what was the point in turning up at Catalunya for example. So i screwed myself by doing every race and not understanding the drop round. I'll remember to miss a race next time. That way i should be better off.
I would encourage you to embrace this rule. I didn't have to turn up for Monza but keep in mind there are no dropped rounds for teams championship. Also keep in mind you may have a lagout and someone may absolutely wipe you out on turn 1 at Spa and then you've to claw your way back up the field and then all of a sudden you now have a worse finish than Catalunya. The rule is there to protect the competitor against things beyond their control, ie: emergency at home, power cuts, lag outs, crashes and so forth. The list goes on.
I've been on FM since day one. This rule has been in place in all events. I've never not come across it. Expect to see this all the time.
Unframe wrote:My bmw barely makes it up Eau Rouge. How the hell does the bentley make it lol
LRT Breeze wrote:Unframe wrote:My bmw barely makes it up Eau Rouge. How the hell does the bentley make it lol
I doubt flat out unless it has about half downforce. My vette requires about half to do it flat, but thats really hard to get and its pushing track limits
GSR RoadRunner wrote:Bentley does it nearly flat out, would be flat out if we could cut Eau Rouge otherwise it is just a simple little lift.
So pole, what are we expecting? A high 19?
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest