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medal 5225
331 days ago
Raced on my driver's favourite tracks a few times now.... doesn't make a blind bit of difference! :(
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medal 5172
321 days ago

Malcolm
Raced on my driver's favourite tracks a few times now.... doesn't make a blind bit of difference! :(


Mine too

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medal 5079
321 days ago
Can’t agree here.  My current no 1 driver is a wet track specialist,  but always outperforms on his favourite track when it is dry.  same with my other accounts for favourite tracks.  A lot will depend on his/her level and how well developed they are.  An underdeveloped driver will always struggle regardless.
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medal 4931
319 days ago
I disagree as well. So far, I've seen a clear pace boost on a driver's favorite track. I think the boost is the right amount, not overpowered, but still observable. In my opinion, nothing needs to be changed.
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medal 5225
317 days ago

Dick
Can’t agree here.  My current no 1 driver is a wet track specialist,  but always outperforms on his favourite track when it is dry.  same with my other accounts for favourite tracks.  A lot will depend on his/her level and how well developed they are.  An underdeveloped driver will always struggle regardless.


That doesn't make sense. Doesn't matter what a level a driver is, if it's his specialist track it's his specialist track so you should observe a noticeable difference in performance. And after all, most of us have shelled out enough for it!!
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medal 5079
317 days ago

Malcolm

Dick
Can’t agree here.  My current no 1 driver is a wet track specialist,  but always outperforms on his favourite track when it is dry.  same with my other accounts for favourite tracks.  A lot will depend on his/her level and how well developed they are.  An underdeveloped driver will always struggle regardless.


That doesn't make sense. Doesn't matter what a level a driver is, if it's his specialist track it's his specialist track so you should observe a noticeable difference in performance. And after all, most of us have shelled out enough for it!!


It makes absolute sense.  If you beleive favourite track is going to make a difference regardless of the development of the driver I can’t agree.  With your logic a level 10 with a driver on his favourite track wouldn’t finish last against a division of lvls 24 plus managers.  As I have said my drivers show outperformance on their favourite track but they are also well developed.  If they were underdeveloped I would struggle relative to others regardless of whether it was my favourite track or not

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medal 5225
315 days ago

Dick

Malcolm

Dick
Can’t agree here.  My current no 1 driver is a wet track specialist,  but always outperforms on his favourite track when it is dry.  same with my other accounts for favourite tracks.  A lot will depend on his/her level and how well developed they are.  An underdeveloped driver will always struggle regardless.


That doesn't make sense. Doesn't matter what a level a driver is, if it's his specialist track it's his specialist track so you should observe a noticeable difference in performance. And after all, most of us have shelled out enough for it!!


It makes absolute sense.  If you beleive favourite track is going to make a difference regardless of the development of the driver I can’t agree.  With your logic a level 10 with a driver on his favourite track wouldn’t finish last against a division of lvls 24 plus managers.  As I have said my drivers show outperformance on their favourite track but they are also well developed.  If they were underdeveloped I would struggle relative to others regardless of whether it was my favourite track or not


We'll have to politely agree to disagree. 🙂


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medal 4887 Moderator
313 days ago
But if it would be like that it would make races rather boring, as in a field of decent trained drivers the ones having a given track as favourite would be hard to beat if the manager isn't going for mistakes. Would be good for those able to afford to be one of those managers that absolutely will hire 24/48 drivers in those circumstances.

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