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New Assetto Corsa Series starting September 10th!!
#41
Every 6 weeks I wait, to find out which series SRS announces for AC.
Especially the daily series which fit best to my (rare) freetime.

The last 2 or 3 times there where no open wheeler cars offered.

Am I the only one, who is hoping to drive some daily open wheeler races in SRS?
(Preferably the historical cars ;-))
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#42
I personally don't really need open wheelers, but I can totally understand that a lot of people want them. Also it would have mixed up the whole touring car situation we have this season …
Amazing list of awesome achievements: 5th in the Lotus 25 championship 2018
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#43
Open wheelers are great fun in VR!
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#44
(09-12-2018, 11:55 AM)Frank Pit Wrote:  Every 6 weeks I wait, to find out which series SRS announces for AC.
Especially the daily series which fit best to my (rare) freetime.

The last 2 or 3 times there where no open wheeler cars offered.

Am I the only one, who is hoping to drive some daily open wheeler races in SRS?
(Preferably the historical cars ;-))

I would really enjoy having more open wheeler series! They have one up now but it is in the middle of the night if you live in Europe...
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#45
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+1. same here, this is the biog downside of srs. one beginner (f3/f2, and one f1 series) at other times than  late european times would be more than welcome. i have given up hope, andf just hope that acc will take out all closed cars people and make ac free for open wheels.
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#46
Can I just ask... In what world are the Primera and MX-5 too much alike?
There's a world of difference between these cars
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#47
Only those two cars would be perfectly fine when the other series would be open wheelers or some kind of prototype or something with a lot of power. But in addition to the TT, they're just too much alike.

In Europe you currently have those options to race each evening: TT, Primera, MX-5, Alfa TZ.

Four modified road cars. Oh yeah. Such excitement – all those options! The Alfa at least stands out with its unique handling.
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#48
I think we have to agree to disagree then. I don't think that the TT/Primera/MX-5 are remotely similar. Each car comes with a unique set of challenges. I don't always like each car, from the sound of things neither do you. But I don't think we can question the diversity, even though they're modified road cars.

Regardless, whatever SRS offers, it's hard to please every single person isn't it?
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#49
The cars are painfully slow unfortunately Sad Only 1 car can lap Silverstone in less than 2 minutes, the Ferrari GT2. A lot are in the 2:00 - 2:10 range, as someone who likes faster cars I'm not really interested in anything appart from the Classic F1.
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#50
(09-17-2018, 12:59 PM)Dennis Ipenburg Wrote:  Regardless, whatever SRS offers, it's hard to please every single person isn't it?
Definitely. I had a couple of seasons where I didn't have a daily car that I could really enjoy. And that's alright. But (I repeat myself) only modified road cars every single day? Urgh. That's too much.
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