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Started by dreadnaut, June 30, 2019, 11:44:23 AM

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dreadnaut

Uh, such an exciting race, and not even a thread? :'(

I have a question, now that it's over. How do you get that !&*£ "inner loop-cut jump" to work? The kind where the car starts climbing on the inner edge of the loop, and then suddenly points down and continues ahead?

I can't find a good example right now, but I remember seeing it in some ZCT139 replays during the race.

Duplode

I'm not sure if there is a secret to it; you have to fall from the edge of the loop at just the right angle so that the nose is deflected downwards. It is bloody hard and I kinda hate it, too  :D

Overdrijf

I think your chances at any kind of good inside loopcut (other than the straight throughcut) increase with having less speed, with having a wider angle of approach(which often means having a better steering car) and with having a smaller car width. But I haven't found a way to reliably call on any specific subtype.

CTG

4000,54 km

dreadnaut

Quote from: CTG on June 30, 2019, 10:30:18 PM
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Which I'll translate to "there's a method to it, but it's confidential information" :D