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Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2020 13:50 pm
by John

Latest post of the previous page:

That Merc is sweet.

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2020 15:59 pm
by Picci
DoubleFart wrote:
2 months ago
Also, codemasters staff are probably pretty pissed off right now - game launches in a week!
They've already redone the Williams one so I think at this pace they'll be fine.

The car looks awesome now. Probably will be the first black car to win any races since Lotus in 2013 and a championship since Andretti's in 1978

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2020 16:16 pm
by DoubleFart
Any excuse to post this:

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Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2020 16:49 pm
by John
DoubleFart wrote:
2 months ago
Any excuse to post this:

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See @PTRACER - this is why you need to enable the like-button in this subforum as well.

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2020 16:54 pm
by DoubleFart
John wrote:
2 months ago
DoubleFart wrote:
2 months ago
Any excuse to post this:

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See @PTRACER - this is why you need to enable the like-button in this subforum as well.
Damn right. That car is a beauty.

Favourite moment? Where they break down at Catalunya within 200m of each other (a lap apart) with almost simultaneous engine failures! :haha:

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2020 23:47 pm
by Michkov
DoubleFart wrote:
2 months ago
Also, codemasters staff are probably pretty pissed off right now - game launches in a week!
Textures are quickly changed and they can sell the "classic" 2020 Mercedes livery as DLC

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Wed Jul 01, 2020 04:15 am
by PTRACER
John wrote:
2 months ago
DoubleFart wrote:
2 months ago
Any excuse to post this:

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See @PTRACER - this is why you need to enable the like-button in this subforum as well.
[Puts on Serious Admin Hat]

I wanted to avoid Like buttons in forums where actual discussion is important. It's much better for people to reply to each other, than just click a button.

That Arrows gets a whopping thumbs up from me though :)

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Wed Jul 01, 2020 07:14 am
by Michkov
I redid the graph from earlier with just the seasons average race speed. Still think that is the best way to compare years against each other. I've included also a line for +/- one standard deviation from the average. Which is surprisingly constant across the years, I would have guessed it would narrow down as tracks got more similar to each other. There is a slight decrease in width but it's only 0.24 kph/year.
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Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Wed Jul 01, 2020 08:35 am
by John
PTRACER wrote:
2 months ago
John wrote:
2 months ago
DoubleFart wrote:
2 months ago
Any excuse to post this:

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See @PTRACER - this is why you need to enable the like-button in this subforum as well.
[Puts on Serious Admin Hat]

I wanted to avoid Like buttons in forums where actual discussion is important. It's much better for people to reply to each other, than just click a button.

That Arrows gets a whopping thumbs up from me though :)
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Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Fri Jul 03, 2020 13:27 pm
by XcraigX
Michkov wrote:
2 months ago
I redid the graph from earlier with just the seasons average race speed. Still think that is the best way to compare years against each other. I've included also a line for +/- one standard deviation from the average. Which is surprisingly constant across the years, I would have guessed it would narrow down as tracks got more similar to each other. There is a slight decrease in width but it's only 0.24 kph/year.
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I was surprised to see the size of the dip around 2010. I knew the V8s and skinny wings slowed the cars a bit, but not thinking it was that much. Only in the last 2 years has it started to come back to the height of the V10 era.

Any prediction on the effect of the new 2021/22 Aero rules?

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Sat Jul 04, 2020 00:36 am
by Michkov
Word is slower than the current generation, if the graph is anything to go by I would say a plateau is most likely.

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Fri Jul 10, 2020 19:38 pm
by PTRACER
Can someone please explain "Vallteri, it's James". I know it's been a while, but I still don't get it.

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2020 02:12 am
by MonteCristo
PTRACER wrote:
2 months ago
Can someone please explain "Vallteri, it's James". I know it's been a while, but I still don't get it.
https://www.urbandictionary.com/define. ... 7s%20James

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2020 11:02 am
by Michkov
Its "Fernando is faster than you" in silver

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2020 12:28 pm
by Star
DoubleFart wrote:
2 months ago
Any excuse to post this:

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I always loved that car, it looked so good. I have a signed picture of Mika Salo from back then, he's wearing shades and you can see a reflection of the car in his shades, it's a brilliant picture.

Re: F1 2020 stuff not worthy of it's own thread

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2020 12:39 pm
by DoubleFart
Once again, we need a like button. Or an arrows appreciation thread!