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Please let me know how to do that, I always thought when the AI takes control of the car it was not possible to drive anymoreEven after a failed driver-swap in which the AI took over control of the car, they managed to climb back up to 4th in class before the last hour of the race.
I believe Bernd makes a script that gives you a penalty every 300 seconds beginning at 300 into the raceWe are a bit ashamed to admit but we got 5 drive throughs, are they all applied at once? I think we won't get them all done before the game tries to DQ us if that's the case.
science3474 - H. Wollert turns left on the backstraight, into A. Karkuszewski, forcing him into the wall. With heavy damage, A. Karkuszewski goes from left to right across the track, hitting B. Zwartenbol, which makes both cars spin. A. Karkuszewski locks his brakes for a second, then releases them and rolls back onto the circuit, collecting A. Schmurtz. This contact leads to A. Schmurtz hitting B. Zwartenbol again, who then nearly collects J.M. Cardenas.
Penalty - H. Wollert - Avoidable contact; 60 second stop and hold
Penalty - A. Karkuszewski - FTLB and avoidable contact with B. Zwartenbol; 60 second stop and hold
Penalty - A. Karkuszewski - FTLB and avoidable contact with A. Schmurtz; 60 second stop and hold
Stewards note: Penalty for FTLB are harsh here, but thats because it caused a major crash due to it
What is this ?!?
How was this "avoidable" accident ?
I was pushed with 200kmh into wall, my suspension was bend heavy, I had no control over car. If I would hit breaks I would end up in the middle of track anyway. There was no chance to "stop" the car in matter of few meters.
I didnt cause the major accident , but now I am the one who is most penilized ... seriously ?
Is it not enough penalty for ME that we got DNF , because of H.Wollert ? He destoyed our race and that LMP2 of Schmurtz. It wasnt me, and now we are heavy affected by it for next round.
In the name of WHAT ?
I might be able to answer the first one, basically as it appears in your video, it looks to be reactionary, the normal line was to stay to the right, the car following gets a run and commits to go to the left, it appears like when the lead driver notices the car behind has a run he reacts and pushes to left, baulking the momentum on the car behind.Race direction, i have 2 questions.
How is Alessio supposed to defend the position if this is punished with a DT for "blocking"?
From rules: "Blocking is defined as altering the race line in reaction to another driver in an attempt to prevent a pass."
So, if taking a corner (the one before the braking zone) a bit wider, in a smooth way and braking in the middle in a straight line is altering the race line, how can we defend our position when a opponent is in our draft?
This is a DT and being squeezed in the apex by a driver who take the corner as you are transparent is nothing? But this a rhetorical question.
Penalty - T. Urbinati - Avoidable contact; Drive through
Avoidable... how? How Tiziano could have avoided the contact when he was forced to take the very inside line to allow the P2 to lap him, and a lapped driver in a GTE tried to overtake him in the middle of the line, in the most single line turn of the world?
You said: "T. Urbinati hits the kerb of turn 5 and goes wide into C. Rodger " but is not true, the kerb is very flat and you can take it without any danger at full speed, is just the turn that allow a single line with a GTE, unless you mount a F1 style front wing.
Please a member to the race direction, answer to my 2 questions, we would love to avoid that kind of penalities next time.