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Old post #1 posted Apr 6th 2021, 11:42:11 (last edited Apr 6th 2021, 11:42:27 by Luke Frost) Quote 
We have a great statistical range for track records. It would be even more awesome if we had records for wet track conditions as we have for dry.
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Old post #2 posted Apr 6th 2021, 11:44:24 Quote 
I subscribe to this idea, altough i don't like wet races :)
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Old post #3 posted Apr 6th 2021, 11:44:50 (last edited Apr 6th 2021, 11:47:50 by Keri Lovell) Quote 
Really like this idea, I guess it would have to be done on how much it rained though? Like 80% of the race minimum for example?
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Old post #4 posted Apr 6th 2021, 11:49:23 Quote 
Great idea. I like it :)
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Old post #5 posted Apr 6th 2021, 11:52:04 (last edited Apr 6th 2021, 11:53:12 by Miel Soeterbroek) Quote 
Quote ( Keri Lovell @ April 6th 2021,11:44:50 )

Really like this idea, I guess it would have to be done on how much it rained though? Like 80% of the race minimum for example?


Laps are wet or dry, no inbetween there. So the lap records are either wet or dry.

Other track statistics (like personal win/pod/poiint counters) cannot really be divided into wet and dry only i guess. But i presume Frosty was only referring to the q and lap records
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Old post #6 posted Apr 6th 2021, 11:53:04 (last edited Apr 6th 2021, 11:54:33 by Robert Kearney) Quote 
Would it have to be 100% wet conditions though ?
many races are partially wet.......
sorry, didn’t read Keri’s post or Miel's reply.... that will teach me!
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Old post #7 posted Apr 6th 2021, 12:19:09 Quote 
WET FL? (WET race and MIX race)
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Old post #8 posted Apr 6th 2021, 12:59:36 Quote 
Only lap times, yeah :) (qualifying & race lap records)
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Old post #9 posted Apr 6th 2021, 13:03:17 (last edited Apr 6th 2021, 13:03:37 by James Keeble) Quote 
I would love wet records, nothing I like to see more than wetness

I wonder if the women driver go faster when wet?
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Old post #10 posted Apr 6th 2021, 13:26:52 Quote 
Quote ( Miel Soeterbroek @ April 6th 2021,11:52:04 )

Laps are wet or dry, no inbetween there. So the lap records are either wet or dry.

Other track statistics (like personal win/pod/poiint counters) cannot really be divided into wet and dry only i guess. But i presume Frosty was only referring to the q and lap records


Good shout!
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Old post #11 posted Apr 6th 2021, 14:46:34 Quote 

Quote ( Tibor Szuromi @ April 6th 2021,12:19:09 )

WET FL? (WET race and MIX race)
I intended it as a suggestion (1.000.000$).
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Old post #12 posted Apr 6th 2021, 15:54:49 Quote 
Quote ( Luke Frost @ April 6th 2021,11:42:11 )

We have a great statistical range for track records. It would be even more awesome if we had records for wet track conditions as we have for dry. [/i


Awesome idea. only doubt I have is what it'll do to server pressure. All wet laps in the race wil have to be filtered to which lap was quickest...
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Old post #13 posted Apr 6th 2021, 16:10:03 Quote 
Gpro runs on servers, not Commodore 64s. It’ll be fine :D
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Old post #14 posted Apr 6th 2021, 16:10:57 Quote 
Quote ( Miel Soeterbroek @ April 6th 2021,16:10:03 )

Gpro runs on servers, not Commodore 64s. It’ll be fine :D


Petition to switch to Commodore 64s
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Old post #15 posted Apr 6th 2021, 16:43:13 Quote 
A really good idea IMHO, +1 for it.
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Old post #16 posted Apr 6th 2021, 17:19:32 Quote 
Seems like a good idea since conditions are binary
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Old post #17 posted Apr 6th 2021, 17:32:06 Quote 
It would be necessary to have a button that switches between wet and dry record, otherwise it would be too much info. Otherwise, I think that's a great idea
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Old post #18 posted Apr 28th 2021, 14:33:06 Quote 
Quote ( Luke Frost @ April 6th 2021,11:42:11 )

We have a great statistical range for track records. It would be even more awesome if we had records for wet track conditions as we have for dry.


Bump.

I'd really love to see this on the track records. 24 agree.
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Old post #19 posted May 31st 2021, 09:04:47 (last edited May 31st 2021, 09:05:46 by Luke Frost) Quote 
Bumpidy bump....bumper. so we would have a nice opportunity this race for some guys to break the New Delhi race track record for wet weather, if the statistic was implemented. This would add intrigue and enthusiasm to each group.

Any news? Can we get it? :D
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Old post #20 posted May 31st 2021, 09:21:02 Quote 
Quote ( Luke Frost @ May 31st 2021,09:04:47 )

Any news? Can we get it?
I think: in S83.
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Old post #22 posted May 31st 2021, 09:31:16 Quote 
Lets have these stats Vlad, pretty please :) :) :)
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Old post #23 posted May 31st 2021, 09:34:04 (last edited May 31st 2021, 09:36:15 by Tibor Szuromi) Quote 
I will not give up!

https://youtu.be/Zu9i8Cx_ZdU

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Old post #24 posted May 31st 2021, 09:36:04 Quote 
Quote ( Ricardo Antunes @ May 31st 2021,09:24:18 )

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYzMYcUty6s


nEVeR gIVe uP !!11#!!one!!!11!!!


Where was this inspiration before?? C'mon, lets climb the mountains!
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Old post #25 posted Jun 10th 2021, 20:52:38 Quote 
This deserves a bump, more than any other thread!
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