Discussion in 'Blancpain GT3 Series 2' started by Rob Milliken, Jan 11, 2020.
Update for round 1 : there is a random bug that effects the pit stops where if you even just barely cross one of the pit lane lines it will/can cause your stop to be 'Invalad' .This bug is related to the "Pit Window" .. the DEV's have already found & fixed the issue but we will have to wait for the next update for it to take effect . The fix in the mean time is to simply not use the "Pit Window" .. In doing this the pits will be open from green to checkered ..you still must do your stop + 4tire change its just now you may do it at anytime during the race .
If the next update does not come before round 1 this is how we will do it ..no pit window -mandatory stop/4 tire change . If the update comes before round 1 we will go back to a 20 min pit window ;-) ..
Looked for the server yesterday could not find it.
Remember with ACC for PRIVATE password servers you need to use the search bar , pass-worded servers do not show in the regular lobby you must use the search ..
Thanks Rob got it.
my dear friends, i can.t join the server, say something about my rating any sugestions?
All ratings are set to 0 on the server so are you sure your using the right password?
The password can be found HERE
When I go to change down a gear it does not always change down I have to press the paddle shifter again.
This does not happen in any other sim just ACC.
On a lap the time lost mounts up.
Well like AC (and the real gt3 cars) they all have "shift protection" this prevents damage to your trans .. you just have to wait a few more seconds or use the clutch . It's not like rf2 (that does not have realistic shift protection modeled) where you can slam it in any gear at any time … I had issues with AC like you so for ACC I already knew as they posted about how the real cars transmissions work with the feature .. takes some getting used to but theirs nothing wrong with your wheel !
it definiely happens in ac in certain cars who have this shift protection as well
like Rob said: it's a safety feature
It has taken a bit of getting use to.