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  1. I had another shot with some practice laps last night and when in cockpit view it didn't seem so bad in respect of framerate. I adjusted my wheel settings per a post on gtplannet and it's a bit better but still a bit to light on the straights, the feedback on the corners is much better. The sound is awesome in cockpit veiw but chase camera it's dreadful. I'll do a little more with it this week and see how I go
  2. I started of quite tired last night as was going to bail after the first race as I was feeling the same. I'm glad I stayed tho the final race was excellent the mid field was nice and tight with decent clean racing (for the most part anyway) Thanks Joe
  3. I'm having the same thoughts here, I thought it was my bog standard ps4 but if your running it on pro and getting the same then it's an issue with the game. The sound when you use chase cam is laughable too its like a rocket taking off when doing the initial test in career mode in the lambo. The g29 isn't feeling as tight as I would have thought either, between around 0-5 degrees is got quite a bit of input to the car and little to no resistance. Shame I was looking forward to a little more detailed sim.
  4. No worries Bunny, I was taking it easy at that point in the race and as usual with racing when you simply relax you faster. I enjoyed it last night got a good bit of rhythm going and was quite pleased when I was being lapped it was able to keep the leaders in sight for quite a bit of time. Technically I overtook @morcswhen he pitted and he had to overtake me again once I pitted a few laps later. Although I tried to save a bit of juice at the end coasting and on level 6 and nearly took him out whne he lapped me the second time as the blue flag warning seemed late until I
  5. I got dealer style scales for doing it. Seen then on a police interceptors episode an though I nerd a set for measuring the 5 grams (of yeast/salt)
  6. Nice, I made some silly mistakes and got a 2 penalties and I was sure you were going to pass but you must have kinda followed me with the wee trip ups as the gap got a little larger. EDIT:until I balls'd it at the end
  7. I'm sure I would have been watching it for some time I was around about you if I remember correctly fighterDj (Need to change that name)
  8. Yeah, lots of fun last night, I knew I would be close to you due to daily times I was seeing last week.
  9. I just tried that one myself using my new wheel and stand (cheers for the recommendations) and I've as expected taken a step back. Using the controller I was at 7:06 and with the wheel I was 7:28 so not too far considering I binned it during the lap. I'm 10sec of the Dailly gr3 race time and I'm quite happy with that as I've only been using the wheel and manual gears for a few days. Some more practice and I should get back to if not better times than my controller.
  10. Looking to join in on this too I've sent mcapeed a friends request. Hope I can get this wheel working for me quickly. My main issue is consistent laps some sectors are purple then I blow it. Recovery is quite a different experience when using the wheel takes ages or I'm heading too deep into the kitty litter.
  11. What's the thoughts on left foot breaking I was trying out the wheel tonight and found that using my right foot for the break was better but I have been driving for 23year so would expect it to. Is it worth working in the left foot breaking for trail breaking?
  12. Thanks to those who posted about the wheel stand. I've ordered the cheaper one and looking forward to its arrival.
  13. Hi, I bought the g29 that Beenabadbunny had up and now I'm looking for a stand. It needs to be reasonable in price prob max £100, be quite compact and fold away when not in use. I'll be using a chair from my dining table due to the availabile space I have. Does anyone have any recommendations?
  14. Never seen this thread before. Popped in to see if this was here, I burst out laughing at this in the cinema everyone turned to look at me and my GF at the time had to try and calm me down. One of the funniest this in a movie.
  15. The local Morrisons to me had everything you would Need to make the base and at least a basic curry, it may need to be lamb or beef tho as there was no chicken.
  16. Just incase you've not got a wheel I found project cars 2 unplayable(even researching setups and playing around with it) with a controller on the xbox. it was OK in the first open wheel campaign but the second years campaign was dreadful. It was better than the first project cars but again still twitchy to the point I could not get any decent racing. I'm happy to hear if there is a way round this without a wheel.
  17. Since I have made they base gravy, I've not bought a sauce since. Thanks to whoever posted about Als kitchen. I've done both versions and like the second one a bit more than the first due to the complex depth of flavours.
  18. Does anyone have any recommendations for a mouse and keyboard that will work with the xbox? I do have a laptop that may be able to run this but would like it on my xbox and I can only assume that a keyboard will be required. I also have a hotas that I need to try that to see if it's compatible. Cheers
  19. Cheers, I was looking for my next book and this will keep my attention.
  20. @Monkeyspill I really like that image of St Vitus Cathedral interior the light is real nice at leading the eye
  21. If I buy this on amazon will you see anything of it? I'm happy to pay if your getting some benefit as I'm interested in the subject too. Cheers
  22. I really love the vibrancy of the colours in this, nice leading lines too
  23. The hairy bikers diet book (second one I think) had a way of making baskets out of tortilla by using a ball of tinfoil and roasting them over the tinfoil then using a tumbler to make a flat base, I found the coke Cola tumbler was prefect for it. Gives a nice crunchy texture with corn tortilla.
  24. If your just starting out and learning, keep all your images and revisit them when you have increased your skills in photo editing as your can have a rubbish image today but in a years time it may be a good image.
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