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Bence Gulácsi
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Old post #1 posted Nov 11th 2022, 23:05:03 Quote 
I tried to search in the forums, but I didn't find what I was looking for. My question is simple. I know if a driver's energy falls to zero during the race, then he/she will lap very slowly. But what about if the energy only falls to 30% for example? Will the driver be slower at 30% energy than at 100%?
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Old post #2 posted Nov 12th 2022, 00:20:09 Quote 
I think as long as he has at least 1% energy left, he won't slow down.
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Old post #3 posted Nov 12th 2022, 00:28:58 Quote 
Not a huge fan of saying, but that's yours to find out. But I won't make it a huge priority - certainly not above others - when in Rookie or Amateur because if you drop below 30% energy there; you're definitely doing something wrong.
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Old post #4 posted Nov 12th 2022, 10:41:07 Quote 
Quote ( Carlos Daniel Gregoret @ November 12th 2022,00:20:09 )

I think as long as he has at least 1% energy left, he won't slow down.
That's true.
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