ACF1 League – Canadian GP

Highlights are here!

Since the recent AC updates have made our car somewhat more difficult to drive, here are a few set-up tips:

  • Reduce the rear suspension wheel rate and/or increase it at the front
  • Increase the fast bump damping settings
  • Increase the differential coast setting if you often lose the rear of the car when turning in.

If you have issues with the steering behaviour, I’ve found that tweaking your FFB settings can help.

# Driver TeamGridBest Time Pts
1 Rhobium Motivated Geeks (Mercedes)11:15.329 45:18.779 25
2 YuckierDragon Kers CrackERS (Ferrari)41:15.200 +20.963 18
3 shaggymark Numb Nut Racing (Manor)11:15.633 +17.319 15
4 Mikey 31:15.118 +25.490 12
5 Raven Sauber21:15.013 +35.152 10
6 Ton van Egmond Mcflurry Honda (McLaren)41:16.515 +62.891 8
7 MinedPolecat34 Kers CrackERS (Ferrari)41:17.055 +1 Lap 6
8 Axlslo Sauber 201451:16.249 +1 Lap 5
9 carlosfw Spanishers (Force India)01:16.910 +1 Lap 4
10 przemotg 21:16.834 +1 Lap 3
11 bolea18 Spanishers (Force India)11:18.003 +1 Lap 2
12 Mystro Sauber 201471:15.441 +1 Lap 1
13 Peter Lonnrot Toro Rosso11:17.446 +2 Laps 0
14 Remco Majoor Numb Nut Racing (Manor)111:16.343 DNF (13L) 0

Replay file:  acf1@gilles-villeneuve_20150815212007 (15 downloads)

6 thoughts on “ACF1 League – Canadian GP

  1. I’ll be moving that day, but I should be able to setup everything in time for some practice and the race.

  2. I’m afraid I can’t make it, Family commitments call and I’m having dinner with my sister for her birthday. It’s one of my favourite tracks, too.

    Be sure to grab the replay, looking forward to watching it.

  3. Was a fun one :) A lot of mistakes all round, in the end having an undamaged car in the last stint rescued me.

    Here’s my race stream:

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