open for discussion - i did think about it, but would it have any influence on the final ranks?
edit: thinking about it, it would allow for a number of races where people might not be able to join, but still be in with a chance of winning.
since this season has more races, how about 15/22 races count?
Rather you than me ...
Interesting how many people appear to have been put off by what they imagined were the hours and hours the rest of us put in to tuning and practice.
AFAIK, that was just Ron ... . If arcade cars and no tuning will increase numbers, then all the better.
i did spend a bit of time tuning and finding cars i liked at the start of last season but once over, i had a range of cars, pre-tuned, and a generalised car setup (max drop, bars to 90% shocks, +1 on roll bars and 1/1.5deg camber F/R was pretty much it). just took a few laps of each track to work out which car suited it the best.
if arcade cars is what it takes to interest people, then so be it
some of the races will be open to a bit of tuning; I've gone with PP/kg rather than bhp/kg so you could drop max bhp in favour of a wing and a bit of downforce, or turbo and reduce engine power for a touch more torque than stock. advantages should be negligible, so it's down to preference.
This post has been edited by veehexx: 24 January 2012 - 10:57 AM