For V8 races, the big night has always been Monday night in aussie. So look on race planner for when that will be for you. It tends always split so it's always good racing. And it's tough! To hard for me. At least until NTM gets on it.
It was spectacularly bad. But that's sometimes what happens when slower GT's follow close behind more agile/better stopping LMPs. I admit my charger start didn't exactly help, but everyone else was going so slow!And MadCat, I was watching that LMS race you did earlier with the hilariously horrible start. Sucks real bad that an LMP checking up took out half the field, including you.
yeah I guessed that. Its more complex than the SRF to set up, so I'll mostly be downloading setups off of the forum for the first couple of weeks till I get a hang of driving the car. Then I'll start messing with its setup myself.I look back on the season I spent in the Mustang fondly. It's a great car with a very distinct flavor.
Just look out for one thing: people will tell you it's not a setup car, and that the baseline is more than enough to get a world record. It's bullshit. Make a unique setup for every track that matches your driving. The MX5 you can pretty much set and forget. The Mustang is a lot more temperamental than that.