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Racehard

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Re: Realistic Braking
« Reply #15 on: November 08, 2016, 10:43:48 PM »
to be fair though, it should be like easier to hold the rear end out under brakes, I still do it in KRP, but it takes a bit more effort than it should to do so.

I just read this by accident and have to say, exactly my thoughts the last few days...
what keeps me from driving krp at the moment is the braking, especially if I compare to real life experience it doesn't feel as easy to have the rear end step out under braking and keep it like that throughtout the breaking phase. In real life it is easy and almost comes natural to overdrive the kart on the brake (have it go sideways under braking). Take a look at these video sections, two braking maneuvres that explain it a 100% + it's Lonato and a great great driver worth a look anyway :)
https://youtu.be/TfupiWK1egM?t=41s
https://youtu.be/TfupiWK1egM?t=1m7s

Please have a look into this, in my opinion a very important point, if one wants to really be able to enjoy the driving, breaking, sliding, being on the edge... a sensation which at the moment really only assetto corsa can deliver

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Re: Realistic Braking
« Reply #16 on: January 30, 2017, 09:02:27 PM »
The only time you can get away with that is when there's little to no grip on track. Larkhall is low grip which is why you only ever see people doing that at any time other than an S1 weekend.. Anyway it is definitely slower both in krp and real life.

This is not True, we tried it out several times on everal trcks in the Euro Challenge and National Series aswell.

But i will not say why and how it works perfectly (The International Rotax Driver's here will know what i mean)
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