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Offline Wolfgang Kronthaler

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Jan Seyffarth testing Assetto Corsa
« on: Monday, 04. December 2017, 12:20:24 »
Sorry, he speaks german. But he´s really sophisticated about the AC Physics.


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Re: Jan Seyffarth testing Assetto Corsa
« Reply #1 on: Monday, 04. December 2017, 19:54:43 »
Saw the vid pop up at the ACforum
luckily I had a bit of mumble experience at netracing to practise my german a bit  :biggrin:
lovely compliment for ac indeed!
and a welldeserved one imo

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Re: Jan Seyffarth testing Assetto Corsa
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday, 05. December 2017, 11:44:04 »
Next video of him, this time on the Nordschleife with about 20fps.

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Re: Jan Seyffarth testing Assetto Corsa
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday, 06. December 2017, 07:45:35 »
Yes, saw this already. But hoped he will re-upload it because of the stuttering  ;). Anyway, the video shows how often he drove the Nord already. As long we cannot do really races there with 150 cars I cannot see why I should train that hard there.

I´ve been there once for the 24h race, camping at the Karussell. Was really great, never saw that much crazy men at one place  :yeah:(It rained and we all were full of mud).  8) And I travel to the ring with my Kawasaki KLE which I owned back then.  :crazy:

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Re: Jan Seyffarth testing Assetto Corsa
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday, 03. January 2018, 20:01:11 »
I wouldn't mind driving this track in our league.
The version in AC is extremely well done.
However it is a tough nut to crack though...