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medal 9979 MODERATOR
8 days ago

Ben
I have a question; what level does the driver academy need to be at to produce level 20 drivers? I’m level 11 BTW.

Thanks!

Ben

You're close, but they start to appear frequently from the 12th~13th level of the YDA* 


*(YDA = Young Drivers Academy)
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medal 7167
8 days ago (Last edited by Neil Kumar 8 days ago)
Gérard

Ben
I have a question; what level does the driver academy need to be at to produce level 20 drivers? I’m level 11 BTW.

Thanks!

Ben

You're close, but they start to appear frequently from the 12th~13th level of the YDA* 


*(YDA = Young Drivers Academy)

By the way, if talent 20 drivers start appearing frequently from level 12-13, and all newly promoted drivers are untrained, is there any benefit to develop the youth academy beyond level 13, or do default attributes improve as the academy develops?

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medal 9979 MODERATOR
7 days ago

Neil
By the way, if talent 20 drivers start appearing frequently from level 12-13, and all newly promoted drivers are untrained, is there any benefit to develop the youth academy beyond level 13, or do default attributes improve as the academy develops?


Hi Neil Kumar,


There are 2 reasons in favour in investing on the YDA...
1) The young drivers that come from the YDA demand a low salary per race (313K €)
2) You don't have to search for former drivers of other teams
3) You must invest in the Simulator to obtain a good training for your drivers
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medal 8100
5 days ago
A question: How proactively do you manage your push levels? Do you tweak it per lap? per half lap? On straights and corners?
I'm just wondering how often people are giving their drivers new orders etc.
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medal 3210
4 days ago
I manage mine on straights and corners. I typically change push levels around 6 times per lap.
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medal 8100
4 days ago

Jason
I manage mine on straights and corners. I typically change push levels around 6 times per lap.



Holy cow.... I really dont put that effort in! 

I tend to give them push laps, and rest laps.... Wonder how much difference it makes.
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medal 5932
4 days ago

I tend to give them push laps, and rest laps.... Wonder how much difference it makes.
I have seen top managers that do it just like you, give the drivers push laps, or only changing to correct the temperature and they still win in competitive leagues.

That being said, I have noticed that on some tracks, changing push level alone can help you pass the car in front without using KERS. But without changing push level on those tracks, the only way to pass is to use KERS. I guess it also depends on the level of your DRS though.


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