So. What car did you choose for the first drive on the new Nordschleife?
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(03-12-2015, 08:43 AM)[SJ]Stein Wrote:  behind the scenes we're working on a little something. Fingers_crossedGroucho

Yes, that's true. Be ready for a serious challenge guys.
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#12
I think i´m gonna just go with the Alfa GTA and just cruise for the first lap, admiring details and such.. Finally have time to do it now, gonna be good. Smile
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#13
 I've also been doing this as I posted at NoGrip:
Dentykaffalatta;1851877 Wrote:I'm also trying many cars now as I deleted my profile and started over and doing the career again. To tune the ffb with the clipping tool I always used snoopy's Nords and now doing it over with this one. My usual way is two laps of the Nordshleife and set accordingly. I have to do it all over again anyways as before I always kept my setups in the Vallelunga-Club folder and it seems to be gone since the update. So in Spa now. heehee.

 And so now, I get to try all the career cars again on this track. YAY!!
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(03-12-2015, 09:08 AM)[SJ]Cato Larsen Wrote:  
(03-12-2015, 08:43 AM)[SJ]Stein Wrote:  behind the scenes we're working on a little something. Fingers_crossedGroucho

Yes, that's true. Be ready for a serious challenge guys.

Hmm, sounds interesting Smile
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The Cobra Toker
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#16
Alfa GTA for me. C'mon Lee, it isn't that bad Lol
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#17
I quite like the GTA. I find it a great momentum car. And I LOVE how it sputters and lopes at idle.
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#18
(03-18-2015, 01:37 PM)[SJ]Rivet Wrote:  Alfa GTA for me. C'mon Lee, it isn't that bad Lol
Compared to the P&G3 GTA's  its a crap dinky toy Harumph

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(03-18-2015, 04:58 PM)[SJ]DRokK Wrote:  Compared to the P&G3 GTA's  its a crap dinky toy Harumph

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Rotfl  Does anyone apart from us remember Dinky toys? - worth a fortune now in good nick. Anyway, I quite like the GTA's drifty nature. They were never designed to handle like a McLarenF1 Lol Hmm, I'll have to refresh my memory on the P&G3 handling - must be over a year since I fired that up. Smile
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#20
The Gta felt a bit slouchy, but for the rest it handled pretty well... except maybe for some curbwork... it just doesn't like that.   Also had it standing on 3 wheels through a couple of corners.






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and ofcourse, the lotus aint all bad:



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