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    Credit where it's due

    I spent a very enjoyable hour or so in PC3 last night, running the indycar on hotlaps round Yas Marina circuit in VR. I usually have a trot round whatever circuit is being run during the F1 weekend to get a feel for each track, and I'd been running it in F1 2019,20 and 21, which was ok, but I fancied a VR run and the only one I could think of that had the track was PC3. I know it doesn't have the best reputation in VR, but on a hotlap I got steady 60fps, which was ok and the car handled very nicely. No F1 car in PC3 unfortunately, but the Indycar was a nice substitute.
    I do think the changes made to the circuit this year will make it much more enjoyable to drive compared to the old version, but it was a lot of fun on the old version and the car handled well. Didn't bother with any AI, so it was fine.
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    You know, I completely forogt they added Yas Marina
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hargreaves View Post
    I do think the changes made to the circuit this year will make it much more enjoyable to drive compared to the old version, but it was a lot of fun on the old version and the car handled well. Didn't bother with any AI, so it was fine.
    I drove the old version in F1 2019... I liked it better than Paul Ricard but that's not saying much....
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    Paul Ricard is my all time least favourite track in simracing, really don't enjoy it at all.
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