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Andrea Lojelo
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RSR AC competitions

Post by Andrea Lojelo on Tue May 13, 2014 3:03 pm

Hello guys, we are starting to work on our tools for the multiplayer, and having some ideas on how to integrate it with out website.

We would like to start having some fun races with you, to collect some data and start testing out server, and most importantly going back in racing mood!

First of all we would like to understand how many are interested into racing with us, which race types, and car category do you like.

So...make your choice
1)race type:
multiple short races (5-7 laps)
short+medium race (race1: 5 race2: 10)
long races (15-20 laps)
2)car category
formula abarth
gt3 cars (mclaren mp4 12c GT3, bmw z4 GT3+lotus evora gtc, p4/5)
BMW m3 e30 group A

If you have any suggestion, or idea, please let us know.
We will organize championships in AC for sure, and we are currently doing our best to have an easy and flexible way of handling our races.


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M Waechter
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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by M Waechter on Tue May 13, 2014 5:05 pm

Ferrari 599xx evo (+ P. Zonta in one server) is a or even the favourite car of mine, along with most of the gt cars. I miss the F599XX currently on servers a lot.
The slower Lotus GTE could be nice to use for clean races, I think.

But I'll drive everything, except the Lotus 125s formula cars (fastest in AC). I think there are much more (interesting) cars that deserve to be used than again using 'boring' modern Formula cars (we here in RSR do know from NKPro too well), those fast Formula cars can follow later in time Wink.
X-Bow is simple and nice too, shouldn't miss that one to use sometime. Abarth 500 probably as well (the only car -amoung some Lotuses- I haven't tried yet for even a single lap so far).

Piers Structures
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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Piers Structures on Tue May 13, 2014 6:15 pm

Almost anything - but I do so hate the Fiat 500. F458/Mclaren would be my preference I guess, although the xBow is such a blast, that might be even better.

Maarten Steverink
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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Maarten Steverink on Tue May 13, 2014 8:07 pm

1. Short+Medium race
2. More grip = less fun, so GT3 or something slower and rwd Very Happy
3. I hope that my pc can handle online races, the ai races were VERY low fps...

Maarten

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Luca Zari on Tue May 13, 2014 8:13 pm

Long races.
I don't like formula.
Plug&play

Matt Dawson
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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Matt Dawson on Tue May 13, 2014 10:52 pm

For me I would like the Formula Abarth. It's one of the easiest cars to drive, so while we are all kind of rusty it would be a good starter to get back into the groove.

As for race length, I like the short + medium race.

Looking forward to racing again with you all!

Vincent Buccarello
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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Vincent Buccarello on Wed May 14, 2014 12:15 am

For me it was perfect as it was in netKar. 
We can sign up for a event, and for this event we have a server in which everybody who is signed up for the event is pre booked in the server, but of course everyone else can join us, so no password, etc.
For this we have P/Q/short Races. 
And for the events, short + medium. The problem with long races is that you have no pit stops. It is very hard to drive so many laps, you can not gain advantage from a better strategy, and if you dont like driving close to other cars, you can chose an other strategy pole man is on soft-medium, second place is medium-soft. I hope you understand my point, and if you have an incident on the start your race is over, and all practice you have done, otherwise you have the second race as a second chance.

cars: only racing cars, no trackday cars, no hypercars, no monster machines that are unpredictable, otherwise there will be many many incidents (f599xxevo), fabarth, gt cars and exos are good. for just having fun, it can be everything.

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Antonio Lallo on Wed May 14, 2014 1:04 am

10 laps, some week with gt3, some week with formula t125...for my experience, I had the best fun with gt3. So, whatever you want, in public server there is a war ahahahahaha

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Post by M Waechter on Wed May 14, 2014 4:29 am

For some future champs. s.th. gradually envolving would be nice.

For example 27 events Wink(ok it's a bit much in total, just for an exapmple):
starting with 3 races with F.Abarth 500
3 races " KTM x-bow
3 races " BMW 1M or M3 E92
3 races " BMW M3 E30 DTM
3 races with the Lotus GTE
3 races " McL MP4 or F. 458 (though personally I don't like both the most, especially the MCL MP4: too understeery for my taste at front at my first tries)
3 races " Lotus GTC / GX // or Mcl GT3 or BMW GT cars
3 races with F. 599xx Evo or P. Zonta R.
ending with 3 races with the standard Lotus 125

Ok some not mentioned Lotuses like Scura and so on could be placed or maybe replaced somewhere at point three, four or five -previous the McL MP4/F. 458.

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Marco Calesella on Wed May 14, 2014 10:50 am

1)short+medium race (race1: 5 race2: 10)
2)formula abarth
gt3 cars (mclaren mp4 12c GT3, bmw z4 GT3+lotus evora gtc, p4/5)

I would prefer pass protected servers, just to avoid wreckers  Sad

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Danilo Biggio on Wed May 14, 2014 12:47 pm

1)race type: 
  long races (15-20 laps)
2)car category
   gt3 cars

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Max Caputi on Thu May 15, 2014 3:09 pm

In my opinion never short races of 5 laps, at least 8 laps minimum.
Any category of cars for me is good . Then

1)Long races

2)GT3 Cars-BMW E30 GroupA or DTM - Lotus 49-312T- F40S3

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Pietro Belloni on Sun May 18, 2014 5:08 pm

Long race
Gt3
Bmw m3e30 DTM
Abarth 500

Fabio Grippa
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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Fabio Grippa on Mon May 19, 2014 9:37 am

1) Medium to Long races (15-25 laps)
2) GT3 cars, Formula cars

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Davide Castellin on Mon May 19, 2014 2:40 pm

1) Long race
2) All racing cars ( formula and GT )

No stock cars

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Jorge Alves on Tue May 20, 2014 3:07 am

1) medium + long races
2) Ferrari 458 Italia, Ferrrai F40, Ferrari 312T, Lotus 49, BMW Z4 S1
3) any track except monza historic

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Andrea Lanzino on Tue May 20, 2014 6:15 pm

1) medium + long races
2) any car 
3) any track 

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Marco Ercoles on Wed May 21, 2014 5:04 pm

Andrea Lanzino wrote:1) medium + long races
2) any car 
3) any track 
+1  Laughing

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Andrea Lojelo on Fri May 23, 2014 2:32 pm

RSR servers updated to the new AC version (0.10.1)


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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Salvatore Carollo86 on Wed Jun 04, 2014 4:22 am

long race
GT3
any track in laser scan

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Riccardo Savorgnan on Sun Jun 22, 2014 12:55 pm

I just subscribed to the forum, mainly cause I recognized rsr as the "head" of the ac community when it comes to organize something serious. Ur doing a great job guys.

1)race type: 
Multiple short races (7lap x4 per session) for "slow" cars
multiple long races (20lap x2) for "fast" cars

2)car category
formula abarth
fiat 500
p4\5
lotus 2-11

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by BMaytum on Mon Jul 28, 2014 6:08 am

@ Andrea Lojelo:  I just joined RSR today, thanks for putting up the RSR Timing app for Assetto Corsa!
JUst wondering now - since you asked for ppl to suggest some RSR AC races, are you going to do that soon?

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Andrea Lojelo on Mon Jul 28, 2014 9:19 am

Hi, for sure nothing will happen before the summer holidays. Let's see what will happen in September. Hopefully there will be also some tools around to collect race results at that time.


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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by MikaRaymond on Fri Nov 07, 2014 1:23 pm

GT3 Cars
Qualify x 15 mins
Short Race (15 mins?)
Long Race (45 mins?)

::thumpsup::

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Re: RSR AC competitions

Post by Andrea Lojelo on Fri Nov 07, 2014 1:34 pm

hey Mika, nice to see you here once more. We can definitely organize a nice GT3 race for next week in case there will be enough participants


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