Assetto Corsa OcUK TT Challenge! *Season 3*

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The secret was to drive the vague, drifty ones first. After those, the 72D was 'on rails' :D
Once you got used to the sliding, the 49 was way too much fun there. Can't believe I spent so long hating that car :o
 
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Oh yes, let's keep this here for the 5 mins I beat @Greboth by 5 seconds.

I expect to be at least 8 seconds off the pace come later on :)

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@Mike 702 It was only 4 minutes actually :p Though I'll happily accept this week being over already while I'm the fastest with all 3 :D

They're wholly different beasts but I really don't know which is harder to drive - the Seat or the McLaren.
 
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That McLaren is hilarious. Definitely a learning curve. Off throttle it doesn't want to turn but if you blip throttle it want's to spin. Mental.
 
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In case it is of any help to anyone trying out the Seat Leon, I found adjusting the brake balance forward a bit and reducing the braking power to 80% helped with the rear end stability.
 
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In case it is of any help to anyone trying out the Seat Leon, I found adjusting the brake balance forward a bit and reducing the braking power to 80% helped with the rear end stability.
Thanks, reducing the brake pressure definitely helped me with braking consistency. :)
 
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Excellent lap time there Paddy, I reckon I could manage another 2 tenths in the Seat if I had the patience, but that's the extent of my limited talent :)
 
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@MrCookie no probs at all, if truth be told I spotted a setup on youtube - most of it didn't help except for the brake power bit :p
 
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