Formula 4 1st Driver
- Jan 10, 2018
Yep, that's how it feels for me aswell. Sometimes the car doesn't feel too bad, a lot of times it does. It's like you have to re-learn how to drive the car during the race, lol.@Oblit0r When I saw your post in projectcars forum, I did my post also (brezza nick name). I definitively have a same problem, with feels of the car in my practicing (private lobby) then in online race. More or less it is present always, Long Beach, for example, was HUGE HUGE disaster-I was sliding everywhere.
In endurance it is a lot better, but P2 car has a much more grip, so I suppose that's a reason.
I feel like my car has no good contact with asphalt, so everythings is kind of loose, sluggish, inefficient braking, lost traction, sliding (oversteer/understeer), steering provokes oversteer in corners and in most races it was fighting with car not driving (somehow Dubai and Silverstone were kind of not bad, but still different).
It causes dangerous situations, especially during the first laps when driving close to other people. Unexpected behavior during cornering, increased brake distance, difficulties to put throttle down, car just wants to skid over the track surface etc.
There's definitely an issue which some people notice more than others seem to do. Now seeing the photo of a person who had no puddle at the busstop-chicane it's quite obvious there's still issues with LiveTrack 3.0 and I strongly believe the issues regarding difference in handling are also related to it.
Thanks for posting your findings!