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    YES YES YES. Brake line instead of full racing line is a must.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickey81 View Post
    YES YES YES. Brake line instead of full racing line is a must.
    I do like this idea.

    Mods, add it to my list please.

    (I know I said this before but my list got a bit muddled up)
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    The driving line was one of the first options I turned off , not because I am a good racer but I found myself becoming fixated with it and becoming less aware of what was going on around me . I also began to learn the track a lot quicker noticing the markers , black rubber lines and even things like a piece of machinery on the other side of the crash barrier to use as a reference point to either begin braking or turning in point . I know some people prefer a line to "learn" a track but the sooner you turn it off the quicker you will "know" the track . Try it as soon as you can , once you do trust me you will never go back . One thing though , when driving at night protect your headlights lol.

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    Wouldn't this be copying Forza?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Bell View Post
    I do like this idea.

    Mods, add it to my list please.

    (I know I said this before but my list got a bit muddled up)
    Done

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Garton View Post
    Wouldn't this be copying Forza?

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    It's a good idea, I'm for it. Helps with learning the tracks breaking points. The only problem with trying to use course markers and braking dark spots on the track is that at night dark spots are nearly impossible to see or the markers have been knocked down or run over by AI running off course. I don't use corner arrows or the track map options. Nonetheless, overall I'm satisfied with the presentation so far!

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