Discussion in 'Sunday Night Gran Turismo' started by Hatfield, Aug 21, 2018.
officials can submit their own times
I don't trust this guy ^^ /s
It is looking like I will be on a modified day shift roster sometime early in the new year (M-F days with limited shift coverage) so I am somewhat excited and if it goes ahead you can count me in for this and future seasons, it is still to be confirmed though.
doing a few laps and realised first qually submission is around 4 weeks away, how much time can i find in a month? probably a bit less than everyone else
1 second a day. Diminishing returns be damned!
i'd end up finishing the lap before i start it
found a couple of seconds after doing the track experience thingo, dunno if i'll get much more
Where are you at incey… I managed a 51 flat a couple of night ago...
a fair way off that, haven't even got the optimal in the 51s yet
Would it make sense for the admins to run qualifying sessions on an enduro timeframe (ie: 20mins)? that way we can have a set amount of time before the session ends and drivers can set their own pace without having to be restricted by set laps?
Why bother, why not just run laps to get a feel for the track / car and get your times down. Once you feel comfortable, submit that time. I don't see the need to make this more complex than it needs to be. You could very easily run all 3 tracks in a single sitting.
This is how I'll tackle it when I get to doing this.
Sample qualifying session results
1.48, can you be more @KeedenMcdonald
edit: zoomed it and i see its 1.49 now. i'm sure it'll be 48 by race day
I like the car and I really like Catalunya. 51 flat with an opt. of 50'7 I will have to find some more time...
51 flat is room 1 in early counting
tbh with the number of signups so far, a no show at qually is room 1 on race night. an advertising campaign is required
My thoughts were quite similar haha. A low 49 is a mega lap.
Any thoughts of a room open later tonight
yeah I will
soon or later