1. Red Bull Racing - Renault
2. McLaren - Mercedes
4. Mercedes AMG
5. Lotus F1 - Renault
6. Force-India Mercedes
7. Sauber - Ferrari
8. Scuderia Toro-Rosso - Ferrari
9. Williams - Renault
10. Caterham F1 - Renault
11. HRT F1 - Cosworth
12. Marussia F1 - Cosworth
All cars got the pace from the early Australian / Malaysian Grand Prix which I interpreted in the following order: McLaren, RedBull (a little less speed but good downforce), Mercedes (better speed but less downforce), Ferrari (less speed and less downforce although they did win), Sauber and Lotus (good speed but less downforce), STR and Force India (both a little less), Williams and Caterham (again less), HRT and Marussia (and again less).
You can therefore e.g. catch up well with the Mercedes at the straights but the corners bring advantages to the RBR. If you win with the Marussia you are the king
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I did some track testing with the different models. Interesting to see the performance deficits. What tire wear/fuel consumption rates do you recommend?
I'm using 6% tire wear and 5% fuel consumption. The fuel is burning away so fast that you can actually run extremely consistent times lap after lap. The tire wear and fuel consumption are almost perfectly complemented to feel like the new Pirelli tire performance. Maybe topping off the tanks will work and make it feel like the tires are working harder.
Fantastic . Well-mapped, well ride them. I hope for next season F1 cars do better.
Hi there! And the reason there are 24 cars in that photo is because he did 4 races with 6 cars and put the images together using photoshop. At the moment we can't change the number of opponents in the game to go higher.TDDB wrote:Hai im new here; and im confused.... Why is there 24 cars in the picture when you are only allowed 6 on track?
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GRACE S1 - 25th out of 47 drivers and 14th out of 18 teams. Not bad for a first season eh?
GRC S18 - 15th out of 26 (7th out of 14 in junior standings)