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iGP Manager : Beginners guide (July 2017)

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medal 6248
326 days ago
Mediums are preferred over Hards now. Hards have been nerfed to the point where they're a bit too slow, even in hotter temps.
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medal 6486
326 days ago

Nik
Mediums are preferred over Hards now. Hards have been nerfed to the point where they're a bit too slow, even in hotter temps.



Either mediums or hard suck, I always us Softs or supersofts 
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medal 5291
326 days ago

Nik
Mediums are preferred over Hards now. Hards have been nerfed to the point where they're a bit too slow, even in hotter temps.



Thanks for the quick answer!
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medal 6250 SUPER MOD
326 days ago
When the guides were written Hard tyres were the best at nearly every circuit at any temperature.
The devs tweaked the tyres about a year ago and now the Hard tyres are very seldom used. So given a choice only between Hard and Medium then I would choose Medium every time.
But don't discount soft tyres which are probably the most versatile and SS are also useful at one circuit and can also be used as stint 1 tyres to help you qualify well.
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medal 5303
286 days ago
Gday

I was curious as i havent seen much written about tyres in detail. The specific area of interest today is in very high temperatures. Are hard tyres applicable above 32⁰c for example? Will softs overheat even on PL1? 
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medal 6250 SUPER MOD
286 days ago
Hello Luke.

I have used Soft compound as part of a winning strategy in Abu Dhabi at 36 degrees in a competetive, well attended league (50% distance).
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medal 5303
209 days ago
Gday. I've used this post to show new players the way in iGP and noticed some sections are confusing to read as the text refers to the photos, which are now expired. I was curious to know if someone was willing to redo the photos in both the beginners guide & the advanced guide? 
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medal 6305
88 days ago

Luke
Gday. I've used this post to show new players the way in iGP and noticed some sections are confusing to read as the text refers to the photos, which are now expired. I was curious to know if someone was willing to redo the photos in both the beginners guide & the advanced guide? 



THere is actually a new post on this here: https://igpmanager.com/forum-thread/33460
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medal 6486
88 days ago
Oh thank you 
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medal 5477
16 days ago

Joey
Preface :

Hey all it's Joey ! Before starting this guide I would like to thanks Justin Sutton (Box Box Box Gaming) who helped me a lot to learn the basics of iGP with his videos when I started the game 2 years ago. iGP has changed a lot and a new version was launched in August 2016, it's now my turn to help new players who start this adventure. Also keep in mind this is a beginner guide suited for people that never played the game before or are back from the old version of iGP.

Here we go ! First of all and especially if you never played to the old version of the game I advise you to read the game tutorials by tapping on each tab in the left corner (Home, Next race, etc ..), there will be a brief presentation of what each tab does. This is the end of my guide, hope you enjoyed it ;)


















Joke apart, there is a lot more to say about each tab and I'll try to give you some hints in order to help you taking your first decisions as a manager. At first we'll see the important steps after the creation of your team, then we'll review the other tabs, and finally we'll finish with an exciting part of your journey : the live races !

Let's get started !

If you're reading those lines I bet you've already created your team but you might have missed some options, so click on the Team tab at the left and then click on the Edit button under your team name. By default it uses your email plus some numbers behind such as "joeymclane8561347" so I advise you to rename your team if you forgot to do it earlier. You can also customize it by changing its main color and logo, then don't forget to press the Save button at the top right.

To finish with the basic options I advise you to go to the Manager tab and then to click on Edit under your name to check/change your timezone in the General options, it will help you not to miss your future races.

Congrats you're now ready to join a league but before it we have a couple of important things to do :

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(This guide now is in its final version so I don't plan to edit it in the future, keep in mind this is a beginner guide and as such this is not expected to be very technical or to go into details.)




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