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I have some replays saved... is there anyway you can run that voodoo-magic python script for me and give me the corner raddii vs DLONG position? It would save me probably an easy hour so I don't have to search them out from the SG.
I struggle to go faster than 1:24, although I haven't spent any time setting up the car or learning the proper lines and braking points.

@samsepi0l here's the csv of the SG data.
Since you all are trying to turn fast laps at Nashville, I wanted to bring out another small update. This one has brake markers!

I am curious - how fast are you reaching at the end of the straightaways?

Edit: removed attachment - refer to latest post
Done a few laps, found the brake markers a big help! Used a car setup by TJerk from one of the Detroit tracks. Managed a 1:19.283. Think I hit 185-190mph at end of longest straight.
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I think my top speed was 180-185. It's difficult to see without missing my braking point. I was running 18 degrees or rear wing and 16.6 front.
(11-07-2020, 05:48 PM)checkpoint10 Wrote: [ -> ]Since you all are trying to turn fast laps at Nashville, I wanted to bring out another small update. This one has brake markers!

I am curious - how fast are you reaching at the end of the straightaways?
 
I am hitting 192 mph at the end of the second straight.

Here is my setup file,edited from someone else's setup.Adjust the steering ratio to your liking.just for low fuel running,pressures may be off.. 


I think quick change of direction is more important on the twisty sections than higher downforce levels.

Did a 1.12.651 with this setup, better drivers  can/may find an another second.. 1.11.xxx's are possible with this setup.
Just did a 1:18.325 with jaeger's setup. Much better than the 1:24 averages I was doing before! Trickiest spot for me is what they call Turn 2 in real life (the second to last 90-degree left in the ICR2 version) - I miss the braking point there a lot.
I am trying to convert my replays over for Nashville- does anyone know the total number of LP records it should have?

I see this track has 66,392,572 total Length.  If I divide by 65,500 it gives me 1013.6.  Should it have 1014 records?
(11-10-2020, 12:36 PM)samsepi0l Wrote: [ -> ]I am trying to convert my replays over for Nashville- does anyone know the total number of LP records it should have?

I see this track has 66,392,572 total Length.  If I divide by 65,500 it gives me 1013.6.  Should it have 1014 records?

Not sure since I don't use the number of "records" in any other part of the track build. Did you round up or down with the last few AI you did?
(11-10-2020, 03:33 PM)checkpoint10 Wrote: [ -> ]Not sure since I don't use the number of "records" in any other part of the track build. Did you round up or down with the last few AI you did?

I normally don't have to because there is usually some AI that works, so I can use the existing number of records. You had this at 1015, so that's what I'm trying.

Some of my replays had corrupted data so I am patching things together right now. Good thing I took a lot of laps.
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