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by ismael
17.10.2020, 13:35
Forum: The GP2 Forum Off Topic
Topic: Members info - please write in!
Replies: 98
Views: 89226

Re: Members info - please write in!

Welcome, Carles!
by ismael
12.10.2020, 08:58
Forum: The GP2 Forum Off Topic
Topic: Lewis Hamilton equals Schumacher and mentions...
Replies: 4
Views: 1654

Re: Lewis Hamilton equals Schumacher and mentions...

A big smile, for sure! Hamilton has previously mentioned that he used to play as Kimi in PlayStation, but playing GP2 is new, as far as I know. It's those things that you can't just make up. Add to this the fact that Jacques Villeneuve always mentioned learning the tracks in 1996 in a computer game....
by ismael
06.10.2020, 13:12
Forum: Forum
Topic: strange - "100" brake markers just dissapeared after practice?
Replies: 5
Views: 1718

Re: strange - "100" brake markers just dissapeared after practice?

That idea also works for the beyond awful Barcelona 94 (or was it 95?) chicane. :D :D good idea, indeed 8) although that would take the simulation all too close to reality for our taste. Personally I'm glad that Microprose did not try to emulate the 1994-only versions of Barcelona, Montreal and Spa...
by ismael
05.10.2020, 07:31
Forum: General Forum / Requests
Topic: Nurburgring 2003
Replies: 3
Views: 1197

Re: Nurburgring 2003

Apparently I've really dreamed it :? :lol: ok, thanks
by ismael
05.10.2020, 07:29
Forum: Forum
Topic: strange - "100" brake markers just dissapeared after practice?
Replies: 5
Views: 1718

Re: strange - "100" brake markers just dissapeared after practice?

I'm pretty sure I've seen this bug before. I don't remember in which track, but I've seen it too. i don't know why, but this thread brought me a wacky idea for a track: a Monza 1996 version, with those piles of tires in the Rettifilio chicanes, that lead to Damon Hill's DNF and Jacques Villeneuve 7t...
by ismael
01.10.2020, 19:20
Forum: General Forum / Requests
Topic: Nurburgring 2003
Replies: 3
Views: 1197

Nurburgring 2003

Hello all, and specifically RRemédio,

I was thinking that you did a cc-line update for the Andreas Schulz Nurburgring 2003 track. Do you confirm or did I dream this?

Thanks
by ismael
19.09.2020, 16:15
Forum: General Forum / Requests
Topic: I want to put more cars on the track during practice
Replies: 12
Views: 5343

Re: I want to put more cars on the track during practice

I also use 4 fuel laps for qualifying and I also noted that AI cars were failing to do both sessions. Thanks a lot for this thread!
by ismael
04.08.2020, 11:47
Forum: General Forum
Topic: Jacarepaguá track pit lane issue
Replies: 5
Views: 2577

Re: Jacarepaguá track pit lane issue

I'm terrible and lazy for Magic Data editing. I created an Excel file with a tracklist where I keep a column with the slot recommendation (that comes in the TXT with every track) and I always follow it, unless there is none - or unless our Magician Data Specialist include the option to load Magi Dat...
by ismael
26.07.2020, 17:58
Forum: The GP2 Forum Off Topic
Topic: Grand Prix 2020 version
Replies: 17
Views: 9219

Re: Grand Prix 2020 version

This is just a renewed thanks and compliment to Thomas Kost and Roberto Remedio for making and delivering the Portimão track that, against my own expectations, is going to receive F1 this season.
by ismael
11.07.2020, 07:42
Forum: The GP2 Forum Off Topic
Topic: Polar moment of inertia of current F1 cars
Replies: 0
Views: 2186

Polar moment of inertia of current F1 cars

I was watching the 2 spins by Alex Albon and the crash by Danny Ric on the free practice of the Styrian Grand Prix and I got wondering. I did not study Physics nor Engineering, but I follow F1 and car racing for some time now, so it's almost the same :lol: The polar moment of inertia is that concept...
by ismael
09.07.2020, 22:53
Forum: General Forum / Requests
Topic: Perfect Grand Prix Track Pack and Game Edit
Replies: 55
Views: 13864

Re: Perfect Grand Prix Track Pack and Game Edit

As I said elsewhere, I think the work developed by the track designers in this forum is amazing and we now reached a level where the latest tracks (by Antonio Pessoa, for instance, but RRemedio and others too) are more realistic that those of the original game. There are lots of hours of work, exper...
by ismael
05.07.2020, 09:39
Forum: Forum
Topic: Fictional Zeltweg 2020
Replies: 7
Views: 2630

Re: Fictional Zeltweg 2020

I think the philosophy of the RacingCircuits.Info site works good. They show the different versions according to the years they worked. If we simplify this (not caring about corner name changes and remeasurings), we could say that the current track version is "Zeltweg 1996-today". So, this new versi...
by ismael
03.07.2020, 15:27
Forum: The GP2 Forum Off Topic
Topic: Grand Prix 2020 version
Replies: 17
Views: 9219

Re: Grand Prix 2020 version

We still don't have the entire calendar, and I suppose some of these tracks would not fit their real-life slot counterparts. Apparently the Portuguese Portimão track, recently delivered, still has a shot of getting a race (although I believe it won't happen, if it has to be decided in the next few d...
by ismael
03.07.2020, 12:16
Forum: General Forum
Topic: Wet weather races / lack of grip
Replies: 6
Views: 3140

Re: Wet weather races / lack of grip

Change the name of several AI drivers to "Pastor Maldonado"
by ismael
14.06.2020, 10:38
Forum: Forum
Topic: TdK Gp2 Stuff (WIP and bits)
Replies: 57
Views: 12281

Re: TdK Gp2 Stuff (WIP and bits)

Great news. Thanks!