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TIPS TO HAVE SUCCESS IN iGP MANAGER

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medal 9519
357 days ago (edited 290 days ago)
1) Tips to choose your drivers


1.1- Conditions to accomplish, in order to have a competitive driver
The driver MUST have Talent 20
Driver's weight: 51 kgs if it's a male driver / 46 kgs if it's a female driver

1.2- Training: 
I) You SHOULD train the Physics aspects until "Stamina" and "Weight 46 kgs or 51 kgs"
II) Once the Physics are maxed out, the next aspect to improve are the Driving abilities to 20 (the max).
III) To end, the next aspect to train is the Mental.

A.N) Headquarters:
Young Drivers Academy: It SHOULD be minimum niveau 10 (or higher) to obtain talent 20 drivers


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medal 7153 MODERATOR
71 days ago

Neil
Great guide, thanks alot for this, going through this guide, I learnt how to properly play this game. Just one question, when we promote a driver from the youth academy, how trained the driver is ?(how his/her attributes are, because the only attribute which can be seen before promoting the driver is his/her age, weight and talent) 

The quality of your youth driver depends on howw levelled up your Youth academy is. If you have upgraded your Youth Academy  to the max, you have a higher chance of  getting a driver with good qualities. 
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medal 9979 MODERATOR
357 days ago (edited 356 days ago)
2) Training your drivers 

(Explanation Apt. 1 and on picture)
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medal 9519
357 days ago
3) Cars research and development (with a tip of Nayan Rajput)

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Nayan Rajput: " Research 1 Area at a time to maximize the research power and gain maximum points in that area".
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medal 9979 MODERATOR
357 days ago (edited 352 days ago)
4) Car components (Suppliers)

4.1- Engines (Modified  on AUG 30th by mistake)


4.2 - Tyres


4.3 - Fuel 
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medal 9519
357 days ago (edited 353 days ago)
5) Set-ups

5.1) Setting up the car


PD) When it rains and you don't know which tyre you should place in your car, the better way to know is making a driver test (in the practice sessions) the Intermediate and the other must test the Full Wet and see which tyre makes the faster lap.
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medal 9979 MODERATOR
356 days ago (Last edited by Gérard VC JB17 8 days ago)
6- Tyre tips (UPDATED OCT 8th, due to the update on the tyre wear) 

6.1 Dry weather tyres


6.2 Wet weather tyres


Important notice: 
The optimal moment to switch tyres is when they can't get their operative window temperature. 
(To simplify it, I'll give the examples about the right moment to switch your current tyres to the optimal ones).
TIP: The DRS is disabled from 1.1mm of water on the racetrack (Forward case). It proves tough to make the call at the right moment...

Forward cases 
C1 (Forward): When starts raining, the slick tyres may start to freeze. You SHOULD change to the INTERMEDIATE, but you can do it in the lap (or the next one) when starts to rain OR you can finish the stint with the used slick tyres.
C2 (Forward): W.D. 3 ~ 3.2mm*, you should check the lap times or the tyre temps. If the INTERMEDIATE start to overheats and/or does slower lap times switch to FULL WET

Backward cases 
C1 (Backwards): When stops raining (ex: with 4mm on track and using FULL WET), the W.T. will drop (to 3.x mm), it might be the best option is to pit on the same lap (which rain stops) for INTERMEDIATES (because your potential rivals can profite it too and get an edge that can be crucial for the race developing and it can affect for the remaining of the session.

C2 (Backwards): When you search the moment to switch to slicks (W.T. less than 1mm), the best options are:
2.1) To see what rivals do (and watch which lap times are posting and pit ONLY if are going faster with slicks
2.2) Take a gamble and pit one of your cars for slick
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medal 9979 MODERATOR
356 days ago (edited 314 days ago)
8- Race live 
 
8.1- Buttons (Keys for controlling the car on the browser version, except when the race live chat is activated)


8.2- Push levels (Up to 5 options)


8.3- Other stuff (on the race live)

NOTES:
I) NEVER refuel the gas tank with 50 liters or more
II) ALWAYS keep your tyres temperatures in the black zone, close to the dot; because it's the optimal working temperature)
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medal 8556 MODERATOR
355 days ago
Nicely done guide. Some things I want to comment on though.
-I think the Cosurworthit engine might be better with a yellow circle. Without drawbacks it's not totally bad, and it's the cheapest option.
-The fuel in training shows a lap with neutral push. So with softer compounds the car will mostly use slightly less in the race, with hards it's about on par but on some tracks you will need slightly more.
-The tyre wear is not higher because it's a flying lap, it's higher because the given amount is applied to the remaining tyre (so first lap 15% leaves 85% tyre, 15% from 85 is ~13% so ~72% remaining and so on) Often the actual wear I get after the race is slightly higher than the calculated result though.
-In the races table the shown SS tyres give on more stint than the given pit stops in Monaco and Europe. Also for Belgium but here the given strategy looks about right for the given wear, so the pit stops should be up to 6 there.

No critics, just some thoughts and stuff I noticed. If you want I'll delete the post again to make room.
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medal 8839
353 days ago
In the strategies area of this guide, what does the letters KT in brackets mean in the additional info 

Many thanks
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medal 9519
352 days ago

Marco
In the strategies area of this guide, what does the letters KT in brackets mean in the additional info 

Many thanks



The (KT) means Key Tyre
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medal 8839
352 days ago
Thank you
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medal 8633
349 days ago
Great !!! Thanks for this Help
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medal 6847
349 days ago
Dumb question, any male/female driver can hit the 51/46 kgs?

Thanks for your work.
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medal 9979 MODERATOR
349 days ago (edited 349 days ago)
Alberto
Dumb question, any male/female driver can hit the 51/46 kgs?

Thanks for your work.

Sure. In fact, that's the optimal weight

46 kgs if it's a female driver 
51 kgs if it's a male driver 
(You're welcome. It's a pleasure to help other managers to improve)
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medal 6847
349 days ago

Gerard

Alberto
Dumb question, any male/female driver can hit the 51/46 kgs?

Thanks for your work.

Sure. In fact, that's the optimal weight

46 kgs if it's a female driver 
51 kgs if it's a male driver 




Thanks for the quick reply and for the help!
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medal 4525
343 days ago
 muito obrigado, pude aprender muito 
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medal 6008
342 days ago
Cheers for tips guys. Helping out with the experience 
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medal 9979 MODERATOR
342 days ago

Tom
Cheers for tips guys. Helping out with the experience 


You're welcome, Tom! 

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medal 8157
339 days ago
So now with the tyre changes will this affect to what you have recommended in that area?
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medal 9639
338 days ago
Oh, okay. Can't wait to see these new cars. Impressive guide btw! Well done! 
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