We could cut our so-called defense budget in half and still have twice the cool toys of any other country. but tom is correct in that people need to learn to debate with respect and fact. to list the issues with the games currently on the market 1) gtrevo - most servers empty, servers are set up badly, only people racing slow cars, pointless long qualification sessions on public servers, populated servers only running mini, 2) i racing - to expensive for most users, no sprint races for instant play, not enough users for full field races in faster cars, crash system and damage model discourages realistic competitive racing (however good to penalise crashers), limited tracks under basic subscription, basic cars get boring fast due to slow speed (but good for new drivers) 3) net car pro -, lack of on-line players, lack of servers, servers often stuck in practice or qualifying 4) lfs - popular servers only run slow car (good for learners but can get boring fast for mid to high end drivers), pore low speed physics tire grip is a bit strange when doing low speed corners, limited number of tracks only 3-4 good ones all fictional, Nina Garcia limited number of cars tldr -copythe race format andmultiplayersystem of redline racing lfs server download tracks and content on server join, combine with everything good in rfactor and rf2 will be the most popular pc sim by far. perceiving yourself as providing some sort of service by pointing out obvious bias is ridiculous for a number of reasons. none of this is my opinion, all of this can be easily validated.
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