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medal 5339
14 days ago
What’s the best age for a pilote?
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medal 5121
14 days ago

L
What’s the best age for a pilote?


Age of drivers is irrelevant (i.e. in terms of performance there is no difference between a fully trained 17yr old and a fully trained 40yr old driver).
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medal 5755
14 days ago

Cole

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What’s the best age for a pilote?


Age of drivers is irrelevant (i.e. in terms of performance there is no difference between a fully trained 17yr old and a fully trained 40yr old driver).


How sure are we about that?


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medal 5072
14 days ago
Antonio

Cole

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What’s the best age for a pilote?


Age of drivers is irrelevant (i.e. in terms of performance there is no difference between a fully trained 17yr old and a fully trained 40yr old driver).


How sure are we about that?




I’m very sure 😉

Driver atrophy was switched off when game went mobile

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medal 5895
14 days ago
Age does affect qualifying but afaik it's true effects are still unknown. Trust me, anything Devs say is off they didn't deal with properly 😂
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medal 5188
14 days ago
Age does seem to effect the training progress. My new driver (age 17) gets around 6-7 stats per 10x train; my more veteran driver (age 23) only gets 1 stat per 10x train, if at all. Your training progress will slow as your driver ages.
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medal 5172
14 days ago
No, it depends on driver's level. 100% the 17 one has a lower level than 23 one.
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medal 5188
14 days ago

Giovanni
No, it depends on driver's level. 100% the 17 one has a lower level than 23 one.

I’m not sure what you mean by driver level. My 17 year old driver has 15 talent, while the older one has only 8.


I also noticed an decrease on the older one through the seasons. Unless you are talking about the driver’s star rating.
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medal 5755
14 days ago

Rhys
Age does affect qualifying but afaik it's true effects are still unknown. Trust me, anything Devs say is off they didn't deal with properly 😂


Age shouldn’t affect training, does affect qualifying but in race, no one knows really.

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medal 5121
14 days ago
Stephano

Giovanni
No, it depends on driver's level. 100% the 17 one has a lower level than 23 one.

I’m not sure what you mean by driver level. My 17 year old driver has 15 talent, while the older one has only 8.


I also noticed an decrease on the older one through the seasons. Unless you are talking about the driver’s star rating.


He is talking about driver rating.  The higher the driver rating the longer it takes to train them it has nothing to do with their age.  Your 17 yr old driver is 10 and your 23 yr old 15 hence why you can currently train the younger driver faster.

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medal 5301 Moderator
13 days ago
While it's absolutely true that level, or star rating as it's driver level to team level, plays a significant role in training success I have to disagree with the popular opinion here as in my experience driver age also has quite an effect on training gains.
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medal 5848
13 days ago

Antonio

Rhys
Age does affect qualifying but afaik it's true effects are still unknown. Trust me, anything Devs say is off they didn't deal with properly 😂


Age shouldn’t affect training, does affect qualifying but in race, no one knows really.



Yeah, I still firmly believe that "experience" actually negatively effects a driver over time in quali and some race conditions.

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medal 5121
13 days ago (Last edited by Dick Dastardly 13 days ago)


There is nothing in any of the paragraphs below that suggests aging impacts on training or driver performance.  We also know as Jack confirmed in a another thread a few years ago that driver atrophy was turned off when the game went mobile.  As we know driver rating impacts training and you would expect most older drivers to be trained up before they get too old how anyone could prove that aging impacts on a drivers performance unless you raced them for their whole career without training them?

3.3. STAR RATINGS AND SKILL LEVELS
Stars indicate skill relative your current level. So, if you're currently level 10, a level 10 driver or staff would be displayed as 5 stars. A driver or staff that's half your level will have 2.5 stars and so on. This is why, as you progress through the game and level up, you may see the star rating of your own drivers and staff decrease. Their skill level has not actually changed, but your level as a manager has increased relative to them and you are now in a position to get higher level drivers and staff. The star rating acts as a clear way of indicating this to a manager.
If you ever see red stars on drivers or staff, then they have a higher level than you, and you would not be able to hire them. It's possible through driver training to raise your driver(s) levels above your manager level, but training becomes very slow beyond that

3.5. AGEING

Drivers and staff age at a rate of 1 year per 20 races. By ageing based on race count, all teams will be able to extract the maximum value from their drivers and staff regardless of how often they race. When a driver or staff member is not employed they do not age. They are "frozen" in their current state until they are hired by another team.
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medal 5755
13 days ago

Cole


There is nothing in any of the paragraphs below that suggests aging impacts on training or driver performance.  We also know as Jack confirmed in a another thread a few years ago that driver atrophy was turned off when the game went mobile.  As we know driver rating impacts training and you would expect most older drivers to be trained up before they get too old how anyone could prove that aging impacts on a drivers performance unless you raced them for their whole career without training them?

3.3. STAR RATINGS AND SKILL LEVELS
Stars indicate skill relative your current level. So, if you're currently level 10, a level 10 driver or staff would be displayed as 5 stars. A driver or staff that's half your level will have 2.5 stars and so on. This is why, as you progress through the game and level up, you may see the star rating of your own drivers and staff decrease. Their skill level has not actually changed, but your level as a manager has increased relative to them and you are now in a position to get higher level drivers and staff. The star rating acts as a clear way of indicating this to a manager.
If you ever see red stars on drivers or staff, then they have a higher level than you, and you would not be able to hire them. It's possible through driver training to raise your driver(s) levels above your manager level, but training becomes very slow beyond that

3.5. AGEING

Drivers and staff age at a rate of 1 year per 20 races. By ageing based on race count, all teams will be able to extract the maximum value from their drivers and staff regardless of how often they race. When a driver or staff member is not employed they do not age. They are "frozen" in their current state until they are hired by another team.


Have to disagree with you mate, there’s nothing in there that suggests taller driver quali better but in general they do.


It’s not because it’s not written down that it proves it does nothing in quali or race simulation
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