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    Yeah you have to treat the Ai like they are 17 -19 years old!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leper Messiah View Post
    Yeah you have to treat the Ai like they are 17 -19 years old!!
    Hahaha, no they adhere to the "If you're not ahead on the outside it's your duty to back off" mentality. Which I can understand. Sim racers tend to be more civil (and on the flip side demand to be given room) than real racers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaximusN View Post
    Hahaha, no they adhere to the "If you're not ahead on the outside it's your duty to back off" mentality. Which I can understand. Sim racers tend to be more civil (and on the flip side demand to be given room) than real racers.
    hate me or like me but if i see a hole and i think i can make it im going for it thats true racing imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaximusN View Post
    The most important thing IMHO is never to take the outside line.
    True, I've been run off track by AI many times while on the outside. Personally I think if I'm on the racing line and half a car or more ahead of them it's my corner and they should back off, a AI car clearly behind me trying to push me off the racing line on corner exit is simply poor racecraft imho.

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    Race the AI like they don't have mirrors. If you're not bold, side by side, they won't "see" you, or give you space.

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    hate me or like me but if i see a hole and i think i can make it im going for it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hkraft300 View Post
    Race the AI like they don't have mirrors. If you're not bold, side by side, they won't "see" you, or give you space.



    Lol
    Just like wayne taylor racing in the 24 hours of daytona LOL if you move down on me when my nose is already in the hole if u spin its on you

    and i wont just race AI like that ill race YOU like that too dont matter who you are its where i got the nick name thats in my picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkraft300 View Post
    Race the AI like they don't have mirrors. If you're not bold, side by side, they won't "see" you, or give you space.
    This is actually pretty good advice. If you pretend the AI doesn't know you are along side of them, then you can have some good races with them. Yes, the AI is a too aggressive with open wheel cars, especially the faster ones. The AI does pretty good with the slower ones like the Formula Rookie. This is something SMS is very aware of (remember, one of the SMS physics/AI associates is a former SCCA racer/champion)....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahjik View Post
    This is actually pretty good advice. If you pretend the AI doesn't know you are along side of them, then you can have some good races with them. Yes, the AI is a too aggressive with open wheel cars, especially the faster ones. The AI does pretty good with the slower ones like the Formula Rookie. This is something SMS is very aware of (remember, one of the SMS physics/AI associates is a former SCCA racer/champion)....
    just like there mato made for racers by racers

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaximusN View Post
    Hahaha, no they adhere to the "If you're not ahead on the outside it's your duty to back off" mentality. Which I can understand. Sim racers tend to be more civil (and on the flip side demand to be given room) than real racers.
    that's what I mean 17-19 y/os.....Ginettas and Moto 3 mentallity!

    Quote Originally Posted by hkraft300 View Post
    Race the AI like they don't have mirrors. If you're not bold, side by side, they won't "see" you, or give you space.
    heh once again young un mentallity.



    IF SMS can add "maturity" of decision making to the Ai then PC2 will be quite an experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leper Messiah View Post
    IF SMS can add "maturity" of decision making to the Ai then PC2 will be quite an experience.
    Or at least a slider for it

    And I'd like a slider for field spread so there is more difference between the fastest and slowest. I'd actually consider running it on 100% overall difficulty if I can have meaningful fights in the back of the field. The problem now is that you have to tune the AI difficulty because there so close together you can be on pole and win a race in one combo and be dead last in an other. I don't like either of those options... I love to run midfield.

    And that should be okay-ish to advance in career too. With the exception of the higher classes like F1 most of the racers in the field didn't end up top 3 in the previous championship, but they're still there. True that's for all kinds of reasons(like being consistent, good for PR, bring money, a nice guy to work with, good at developing a car), but they're still there. And to make the circle complete, that's why we need a field spread slider.
    Last edited by MaximusN; 23-04-2017 at 09:23.
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