1. My favorite thing about the "if you don't go for a gap that exists" thing, is that Senna later admitted to taking Prost out on purpose. It was all bullshit from the beginning.

  2. Well that’s unfortunate. But if I had not done anything, I too would have been part of that crash. As it was, I did do something and I wasn’t part of it.

  3. You don't need to do nothing. What you do need to do is slow down to give yourself time to react to unpredictable cars.

  4. This is the worst thing I've had to watch in a while.

  5. Looks to me like this is the fault of the blue and orange car. I'm guessing that he didn't realize that there were other cars on his inside, and takes his racing line as if they didn't exist.

  6. The porsche is at fault. He likely just doesn't realize that he's squeezing the ferrari off the track.

  7. That lexus is a danger to everyone around him. He goes wide off the track, rejoins and nearly kills the porsche, then kills the porsche on the inside of the next turn anyway.

  8. I have spent a ton of time in Maserati. Contrary to what most people think, it's not a top speed/acceleration car. It has some of the best aero in GT4. It's good in the rain too once you learn the brakes

  9. It is absolutely OP as hell at spa because it's so strong in medium/high speed corners. Even in the extreme wet it's dominant there.

  10. Most fun car in the game. Every time I drive it, I love it more.

  11. I would like to point out that, instead of posting this, you could have just... not.

  12. When you hit someone from behind, it is almost always your fault. The merc understeered, sure, but that doesn't mean you get to just hit him from behind.

  13. If the Porsche doesn't know that the KTM was there, then they seem to lack object permanence. They literally just went side-by-side with them like 2 seconds before the impact.

  14. I have a G9 that sits about the same distance away as yours... I think. I don't remember exactly how far away it is.

  15. "If you no longer go for a gap that exists, you are no longer a racing driver."

  16. This is absolutely worthy of a penalty. You divebombed him from 5+ car-lengths back, then shoved him off the road. Of course it's a penalty.

  17. If this is Imola like I think it is the car they hit absolutely is losing more than 10 seconds of time on track. This appears to be on the outside of the final 2 corners. Efore the long straight. I would say a 10 second penalty is absolutely deserving.

  18. Tbh, I'd say 10 either way because the incident is stupid

  19. It's tough, but I would likely rule it a racing incident, with an added note that going 3 wide on lap 1 is a dumb thing to do.

  20. The Mclaren is to blame for the initial contact.

  21. I don't think there can be a clearer example of an unsafe rejoin. Aston's fault 100%

  22. This is going to sound shitty, but if you are asking that question you aren't fast enough for it to matter.

  23. I disgree. I got the Go Setup for the Lambo and can consistantly race around Monza in the low 49's now with qualifying times in the 48s. Whilst I know this time isnt anything impressive I'd previously never dipped into the 48's and would generally consider anything under a 50 a decent lap.

  24. You are missing my point. Go get a HYMO or CDA setup and tell me if it's any faster than the GO setup. You likely won't be able to tell. I agree that default setups (especially for lambo) can be crap, but paid setups are all going to be so close in performance that a newbie isn't going to be able to tell the difference between them.

  25. It depends a lot on the car and the track. Some cars run them quite low, but others (like the ferrari) will run them at 5 or more.

  26. Ferrari runs "high" TC1 but TC2 Is usually off.

  27. The aston is the opposite. TC1 is usually 1 or 2, but TC2 is usually 8.

  28. You absolutely need to use TC and ABS in GT3 cars. They are designed around it.

  29. The only time you don't is if you are in the Chaderati, which doesn't need such lowly powers

  30. Or the Porsche Cup car. Or the TCX car unless it's raining.

  31. Looks like a racing incident to me. Both of you could have left a little more room.

  32. Looks like he's trying to let you by and is doing so in the worst way possible. I would say that warrants a penalty.

  33. Audi's fault. You were as far on the kerb as you could possibly be without being off track, and he still managed to hit you.

  34. Assuming you are the car behind the BMW that crashes and not the third car which happens to also be a Porsche (or in other words, you're the first POV in the video).

  35. I don't agree. The Porsche shouldn't be required to back out just because someone might decide to cut across. He went for a gap that was clearly big enough for his car and the BMW cut across him as if he didn't exist.

  36. IMO, the BMW is at fault. Sure, there wasn't much of an overlap, but you can't just move around on the track like other cars nearby don't exist. The porsche went for a gap that very clearly existed, and the BMW tried to close the door too late.

  37. A full tyre change when you pit are mandatory in ACC as far as I am aware. That's also the case in most SRO sanctioned GT formats in real life, at least in terms of mandatory stops during a race.

  38. https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/acc-race-control.42278/

  39. This is exactly it. It's a screen region cutout of ACC race control.

  40. It's not called ACC steward, it's ACC race control.

  41. When I worked as a machinist, my hands would dry out so bad my knuckles would crack open. O keefs fixed that after a week or so. Admittedly, it was the first thing I tried, but it worked.

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