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Types of comments a pilot Wings 3 I am really missing a lot of speed in straights 2 The car is lacking some speed in the straights 1 The car could have a bit more speed in the straights -1 I am missing a bit of grip in the curves -2 The car is very unstable in many corners -3 I cannot drive the car, there's no grip on it Engine 3 No, no, no!!! Favor a lot more the low revs! 2 The engine revs are too high 1 Try to favor a bit more the low l ow revs -1 I feel that I do not have enough engine power in the straights -2 The engine power on the straights is not sufficient -3 You should try to favor a lot more the high revs Brakes 2 I think the brakes effectiveness could be higher if we move the balance to the back 1 Put the balance a bit more to the back -1 I would like to have the balance a bit more to the front -2 I think the brakes effectiveness could be higher if we move the balance to the front -3 I would feel a lot more comfortable to move the balance to the front Gear 2 The gear ratio is too high (?) 1 I cannot take advantage of the power of the engine. Put the gear ratio a bit lower -1 I am very often in the red. Put the gear ratio a bit higher -2 The gear ratio is too low -3 It feels like the engine is going to explode. Put a lot higher ratio between gears Susp 2 The suspension rigidity is too high 1 The car is too rigid. Lower a bit the rigidity -1 I think with a bit more rigid suspension I will be able to go faster -2 The suspension rigidity is too low -3 The suspension rigidity should be a lot higher Training Fitness class: +2 Stamina -1, -2 Weight -6, -7 Motivation Yoga: +5, +6 Concentration -2 Aggressiveness -2 Stamina +5, +8 Motivation
PR training: +7 Charisma -3 Concentration Tech training: +5 Technical insight + -? Motivation Sports psychologist: +14 Motivation Ninja Class: +1 Concentration +4 Aggressiveness Tire wear I'll try to describe what and how to affect the maximum mileage tires. Everything written below - my expert assessment, prepared by a comparative analysis of different races. 1. Type of rubber. Each successive type of rubber is held up to 33% longer than the previous one. For example, if the Extras would be enough for 50 km., The soft and up to 50 * 1.33 miles., Meda by 50 * 1.33 * 1.33 miles., Hardy 50 * 1.33 * 1.33 * 1 33 kms. 2. The risk of a pilot If you go with the risk of 0%, then the tires will last 20% longer than the risk of 100%. 3. Temperature and humidity Lowering the temperature to increase the mileage condition 1c of 1.5%. Increase humidity by 1% increases the mileage of rubber by 0.2%. 4. Parameter Tyre Wear tracks Each level changes the tire mileage by 10%. That is, if the wear and tear on the track with V. High rubber would be enough for 50 km. then on the road with High - 50 * 1.1 km. with Medium - 50 * 1.1 * 1.1 km. with Low - 50 * 1.1 * 1.1 * 1.1 km. with V. Low - 50 * 1.1 * 1.1 * 1.1 * 1.1 km. 5. The level of some parts of the machine or their level of deterioration of (??). In tests with the same amount of fuel, the type of rubber, the setup in two stintah with the same number of laps (50), the first left tire 27%, while the second stinte remained 26%. In the second stinte only increased machine wear. Parameters sponsors • Finances: Represents the financial power of the sponsor (reflects the financial strength of the sponsor). • Expectations: This attribute shows how good results the sponsor expects from the team they are negotiating with (reflects how good the results awaiting sponsor of the
player). • Patience: Represents the patience of the sponsor. The higher the patience the higher the chance that the sponsor is willing to make compromises about the contract details during the negotiation process (patience sponsor, the higher it is, the greater the likelihood that the sponsor will be ready to compromise about the parameters of the contract during negotiations .) • Reputation: Represents the reputation of the sponsor. The higher the reputation the less is the chance the sponsor to throw a surprise at you (the higher the reputation, the less likely it is that the sponsor will present you a surprise.) • Image: Represents the overall image of the company on the sponsor market (overall image of the sponsor to market the sponsors). • Negotiation: This attribute shows how smooth the negotiations with the sponsor normally flow (reflects how exactly is the process of negotiation, perhaps just with a high increase in this parameter negotiation is less dependent on the results of the player in the race). Depreciation of machinery in the tests Recently discovered the following things: in tests of wear is rounded to the nearest whole number up. As a result of wear tests 30-40-30 circles will be much less than 10 times for 10 laps. The most optimal in terms of getting the test points - 2 sessions of 50 laps. Testing options I have here what was on A1Ring. P H A Laps Sum Test Limits 0.1 0.1 0.1 5 0.3 Top speed 3.6 0.5 0.5 5 4.6 Cornering 0.4 3.5 0.4 5 4.3 Hairpins 0.5 0.5 3.6 5 6.4 Braking 1.1 2.2 1.1 5 4.4 Overtaking 2.2 1.1 1.1 5 4.4 Chicanes 1.1 1.1 2.2 5 4.4 No special priority 1.5 1.5 1.5 5 4.5 Setup tuning 0.1 0.1 0.1 5 0.3 So, if I want to pump the car on all three parameters, it can be 2 sessions of 50 laps with No Special Priority. If the data is correct, it is most advantageous Overtaking. We lose a little in HA, but building up the most expensive P, at a reasonable rate (better than on P only TopSpeed, but there is a change after HA nichrome will not come) The cost of upgrading Chassis - 0-2-1 level 1 ($ 1.292.539) level 2 ($ 1.600.810) level 3 ($ 1.982.603) level 4 ($ 2.455.453)
I'll post and his version: 0.67-0.47-1.33 Chassis 5.73-1.07-1.47 Engine 0.93-3.33-0.40 Front Wing 0.13-2.00-2.00 Rear Wing 0.40-0.53-0.67 Underbody 0.67-0.40-0.40 Sidepods 1.33-0.00-0.00 Cooling 2.93-0.67-4.53 Gearbox 0.13-2.00-0.53 Brakes 0.00-1.47-1.20 Suspension 0.40-0.40-0.80 Electronics The search algorithm setup (by Vlad) Search setup Basic postulates: 1. for each part there is an optimal value, deviations from which in greater or less than worsens lap time. (The penalty for over-or shortage until the same, but different for different routes). 2. in practice, the deviation from the optimal value of the pilot gives a clue. There are several levels of prompting (satisfied, a little, medium, high). The deviation from the optimum, in which the pilot gives different tips depending on the characteristics of the pilot and tehdira (technical insight). The main idea of the search setup. 1. define for a pilot and a TD value of the range within which the pilot gives a hint satisfied. For example, at 200, he says, to raise a little higher. At 201 - satisfied. At 300: Delete below. At 299 - satisfied. Range is 299-201 = 98. This means that the deviation from the optimum of 49 points will be satisfied with the pilot setups. But when you reject 50 or more points he gives hints. find the lower or upper limit values for each of the items on which there is a change feedback pilot. the search range, you can use a technique in which in different parts simultaneously added to different values. For example, Lap 7: 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 2. Lap8: +72, +74, +76, +78, +79 3. added to the lower limit or take away from the top of half the range found in step 1., and you get optimum value for each part. The range is searched 1 times and adjusted by changing the pilot, TD or significant change tehinsayta pilot. Presumably the 4 points are 1 pilot tehinsayta point range. There is a problem with the search for the wings, as the pilot gives a clue to the sum of values for front and rear wing. The slope of the wings is determined only by time on the disc for different values of the wings. We should not neglect the search slope, since this value can sometimes be very substantial (more than 0.5 sec.)
Parsing search setup in the race of the season number 15 number 1 (Jerez). Lap Lap time Drivermistake Net time Settings FWing RWing Engine Brakes Gear Susp Tyres Comm A 1:28.492 s 0.185s 1:28.307 s 500 500 500 500 500 500 Soft 2 1:26.819 s 0.056s 1:26.763 s 564 564 700 468 700 436 Soft 3 1:26.789 s 0.112s 1:26.677 s 596 596 832 436 668 468 Soft 4 1:26.948 s 0.009s 1:26.939 s 580 580 816 420 684 484 Soft 5 1:27.151 s 0.169s 1:26.982 s 572 572 800 428 692 492 Soft 6 1:26.689 s 0.166s 1:26.523 s 576 576 808 432 696 496 Extra Soft 7 1:26.584 s 0.121s 1:26.463 s 628 528 804 430 694 494 Extra Soft 8 1:26.572 s 0.108s 1:26.464 s 529 629 806 532 695 493 Extra Soft Search was conducted "from scratch" (all values 500). In previous races was found priblizitelnyydiapazon (101-103). Rubber: when the border was more or less defined and the value of parts already changed slightly, I changed the tires (Lap 5-6) and found the speed difference between Soft and Extra Soft. Wings: the lower bound is found to within 1 point. 4 disc has determined that the boundary below 580, and a 6 disc - it is above 576. 7 round, I checked the value of 578 with slope +50 (FW) -50 (RW). At 8, I checked the disc 579 and the slope of -50 (FW) +50 (RW). In this case, could not find a better slope. But often it is immediately obvious. Engine: has found an upper limit. True, up to 2 points. (804-806). Brakes: 6-7 circles found the lower limit (430-up a little higher, 432-satisfied). On the 8th circle of refined range. If the 532 response - satisfied, it means that the range of> 100. If the feedback is - omitted below, it means that the range of <101. (532-431 = 101). Box: An upper boundary of the box to within 1 point. Suspension: Suspension is found the lower bound up to a point. Judging by the lay out settings, not everyone knows how to find the exact settings. In principle, the algorithm is not described. So I spread one of the search options. Option to search for a complete zero. 1. Are putting everything on the 500. We hear the word of the pilot. 2. If you said a little, then put 750. If the lot is 250. That is, beat the band in half. If you said that everything is OK, to choose the optional 750 or 250. We hear the word of the pilot. 3. Depending on what the pilot says, beat the remaining range in half again and listen.Repeating this point we can get a bound of the range to within 4 points in 8 circles. Knowing the range, divide it in half and add / subtract to found the boundary. Neznaya range, we stop at the border to search for the 8th round and try to find the bandwidth by the method of Vlad. That is, to add the / subtract 70, 80, 90, 100, 110 (the numbers should be taken depending on the technique of the pilot. in my range of about 112 100). After listening to the pilot travel range and determine the approximate range to break through from the other side. Since the precision in front of the 8th round is 8 points, expand the boundaries better. That is, if got 90-100, it is best to assume 82108. Next divide the range in half and add / subtract to found the boundary.
Option to search for the characteristics given by the other pilots (in federal). 1. We are looking for the most similar to your picture with parameters: car, driver.Themselves or pretends possible settings. 2. Determine for themselves the possible range of the pilot. For example think he's 100. 3. Put the settings as a similar pattern. Listen to the pilot. 4. If the settings were in the range of pilot and happy, then consider this a success. 5a. If the pilot is satisfied, then jump in any direction at half the range (50). If you do not know the exact width of the range, it is better to take stock. For example 60. If after that the pilot is not satisfied, then we have a range of search: "first setting" - "second setting". If the pilot is satisfied, then we have a range of search: "The first set - 50 (or 60)" - "the first set." 5b. If not satisfied, then jump to half the range (50) in the right direction. If you have got, then just consider it a success. If you have not got, then continue to jump on until you would get. After the success we determine the search range. 6. With the search range of 50 (60), we specify a precise line by dividing the range into two (as in the first embodiment) for 6 laps. Ideally, it turns out that for 8 laps will give a sharp boundary. If you do not know the exact range, it can stay in a certain circle, and refine it. So, my ability to set car on a concrete example: For the background I have set my friend: 540 560 592 646 499 415 Because the pilot my tehnikal = 41, then I suggest dapazon about "pretty" 120.Accordingly, for a range of practice settings, subtracted from 60. Splashes - the average value. A 1:22.270 s 0.470s 1:21.800 s 490 (+) 490 (+) 532 (+) 586 439 (+) 355 Soft (+) - The pilot asked to raise (-) - A pilot requests to lower. Then there where the pilot requests the upgrade - add 16, which does not ask - taking up 16. 2 1:22.013 s 0.238s 1:21.775 s 506 (+) 506 (+) 548 570 (+) 455 (+) 339 Soft Further, in one case the pilot was satisfied, the other not - are starting to narrow down the corridor to 8. If both times was pleased (susp) - even taking a step down to 16. If dissatisfied both times (wing) - a step up on 16. 3 1:22.083 s 0.311s 1:21.772 s 522 522 540 578 (+) 471 323 Soft The corridor is defined everywhere except in the Susp. Begin to narrow it to 2 times. On Susp walks further down to 16. 4 1:22.080 s 0.265s 1:21.815 s 514 (+) 514 (+) 536 582 (+) 463 (+) 307 Soft Everywhere narrowing corridor, Susp another step down on 16. 5 1:22.120 s 0.284s 1:21.836 s 518 (+) 518 (+) 534 (+) 584 467 291 (+) Soft Finally, the pilot is not satisfied suspension! To narrow down the corridor to Susp 8. And where as a narrow corridor - trying to find an upper bound rather pilot. Engine 534 small, 536-pleased. As a result, we take the average of 535, and lay off up (120-4). That is, 535 +120-4 = 651 Brakes 582-584-a little pleased. Take the average of 583 and lay off up (120 4). That
is,583 +120 +4 = 707 We take the (120-4) and (120 4) and thus forms a corridor for the band, hoping that would get into it. 6 1:22.399 s 0.546s 1:21.853 s 520 (+) 520 (+) 651 (-) 707 (-) 465 299 (+) Soft Sorry, but because pilot both times dissatisfied and Engine Brakes, then our desired range of less and 116 and 124. So, in our passage 116-124 he has not got. Since the find a range of corridor we were not able - to determine the upper bound tightens Gear. Configuration Engine Brakes and reduce by 16 to obtain a range of 100 to 108. And to put a Gear Range 92. That is, 466 +92 = 558 7 1:21.937 s 0.223s 1:21.714 s 521 (+) 521 (+) 635 691 558 303 Soft Since the Pilot Gear and happy and Engine and Brakes, then our range of more than 92, 100 and 108, respectively. That is, 108 more, but less than 116. For the last step of putting off of the first lower value, the pilot does not swear prikotorom different values from step 1. Wing 522 + 110 = 632 Engine 535 + 111 = 646 Brakes 583 + 113 = 696 Gear 464 + 114 = 578 Susp 301 + 112 = 413 8 1:22.341 s 0.546s 1:21.795 s 632 632 646 696 578 413 Soft The pilot of all content. This means that our range (the maximum difference between the values of where the pilot satisfied) is equal to 114 or 115. As a result, we have to qualify for the lower boundary of the pilot rather we add half of the range, ie, 57. TOTAL: Q1 1:21.356 s 564 594 592 640 521 358 Soft Errors and conclusions: 1. the first step should probably take 32, not 16. Taking 16, Susp on to find a corridor bottom of the range we had to do 4 steps! 2. feeling the upper corridor, we had to take are not + / -4 and + / -8. That is, 112128. And so, taking too narrow corridor, we did not get into it, and I had to lose a circle practice. 3. very similar to the ideal settings depend on the skill of the pilot. so, again, this time the pilot took a strongly underestimated Susp, then picking up the settings before the next race, I just underestimated Susp. 4. guidelines range and tehnikala: Tech 163 - 86 range Tech 41 - 114 range. From these data we can roughly determine the area of your range to pick up in practice more accurately. Now, always use the algorithm "twos":) 1. about defining setup car (according to pred.gonok, conferences, or by eye) 2. begin to move the sliders settings at 32 or 16.
3. find the interval of the pilot and begin reading to refine the corridor options - 8,4,2,1:) 4. knowing the range of settings determine the accuracy of the pilot (I have about 8184), I simply add / subtract from Interval settings found / 2 ... That's it. We still have a community to identify the type of tires or the distribution of the wings. came to the conclusion that when you know the range of the pilot - you can make the second round in increments of 64 from the first, if the pilot is satisfied or somewhat dissatisfied. If the pilot is strongly dissatisfied (-2 or +2), then step 128. Then 2nd step 32, 16, ..., a On the 8th round is guaranteed to select the settings, with the last 4 circle of dough tires / wings. My search for "from scratch" So: goals for the practice - as clarify its range of "from scratch". So tune in estessno Plus, can be useful nubam my 'intuitive configuration scheme and the search range. " Outcome Study: Damn it is not clear, moreover, that pilot error are great (Talent - 41) A 1:42.808 s 2.321s 1:40.487 s 500 500 500 500 500 500 Rain 2 1:41.447 s 1.317s 1:40.130 s 750 750 400 400 600 600 Rain 3 1:41.446 s 1.373s 1:40.073 s 710 710 415 440 585 585 Rain 4 1:40.625 s 0.560s 1:40.065 s 730 730 425 460 575 575 Rain 5 1:41.153 s 0.954s 1:40.199 s 620 820 430 450 570 580 Rain 6 1:41.677 s 1.729s 1:39.948 s 825 625 427 455 573 583 Rain 7 1:42.088 s 2.102s 1:39.986 s 777 677 429 452 571 581 Rain 8 1:42.039 s 2.104s 1:39.935 s 829 629 497 454 502 510 Rain Further interpretation of the settings on each piece (if there is no pilot's recommendations after the numbers, then change the value of the minimum): wings: 500-500 - up (-2) / / raise the average 750-750 - ok / / in the range foolishly got 710-710 - up / / raise the minimum 730-730 - ok (0) / / we assume that the 4th circle of other settings have little effect 620-820 - up (+0.134) / / spacing of the wings increased the time on the t rack 825-625 - up (-0.117) / / time has decreased 777-677 - up (-0.079) / / and there is less then 100 / -100 optimally (or more) 829-629 - ok / / finally found the range low - 728-729 / / lower bound of the range, if we take the averages Infy on the range there. Is it not less than 22 (groups 2, 8) engine: 500 - down 400 - up
415 - up 425 - up 430 - ok 427 - up 429 - ok / / lower bound almost found, but you need to specify the range 497 - ok / / refine the upper bound low - 428-429 (circles 6 and 7) hi - 497-499 (circles 1 and 8) The range of no more than 72 (groups 1 and 6), namely - 428-499 or less. Range not less than 69 (groups 7 and 8), namely - 429-497 or more brakes: 500 - down 400 - ok 440 - ok 460 - down 450 - ok 455 - down 452 - ok 454 - down / / continue to clarify the upper limit hi - 452-453 (circles 7 and 8) New range of disk imaging, no. gear: 500 - up 600 - down 585 - down 575 - down 570 - ok 573 - down 571 - ok 502 - ok / / similar engine to try and hence to obtain information on the range hi - 571-572 (circles 6 and 7) low - 501-502 (circles 1, 8) The range of no more than 72 (groups 1 and 6), namely - 501-572 Range not less than 70 (groups 7 and 8), namely - 502-571 suspension: 500 - up 600 - down 585 - down 575 - ok 580 - ok 583 - down 581 - ok 510 - up / / try to clarify the range
hi - 581-582 (circles 6 and 7) The lower bound is almost set, but it does not matter. Circles 6 and 8 do not provide new information on the range. He was not more than 72 (511-582) Conclusion: Range 70-72, with the TI 186 - not bad for a setup from scratch. According to available data can estimate the optimal machine settings: On the example of the wings: the range of 728-800 (maximum lower limit of 729 + max. Range 72). According to the "method of Japanese Crosswords" postpone the probable range of the optimum settings. Minimum Range: 728-797 (728 + 70 - 1 = 797), the middle - 762.5 Maximum Range: 729-800 (729 + 72 - 1 = 800), the middle - 764.5 With the engine easier. low - 428-429 hi - 497-499 Minimum range: 428-497, the middle - 462.5 Maximum range: 429-499, Mid - 464 At a minimum range of the suspension seems to be 510-581 (581-72 +1 = 510), but the 8th circle indicates that the 510 - outside. That is, the minimum range of 511-581, the middle - 546 Total: wings: 762-765 (plus dressing well, and approximately 100 + / - 100) engine: 462-464 brakes: 415-419 gear: 536-537 suspension: 546-548 Skills pilot Currently, there is a hypothesis about the degree of influence on the rate of pilot State (in order of importance): 1. Concentration (not directly affect the speed) 2. Stamina (affects the rate at qualia) 3. Aggressiveness (aggressive drivers imeyus strong scatter lap times (driver error). Ie, the smaller the better.) 4. Talent (talented pilots go faster in the rain) 5. Experience (as a whole makes a more stable driver in the race. An experienced pilot can afford to be slightly aggressive). 6. Weight (in general, affects the rate of pilot) 7. Of those. Insight (helps the pilot to spend economical fuel during the race and umegshaet fidbaka ranges in practice)
Dig deeper into database drivers, brought the following coefficients to calculate Overall: 8 / 48 - Concentration 12/48 - Talent 7 / 48 - Aggressiveness 4 / 48 - Experience 6 / 48 - Technical insight 7 / 48 - Stamina 4 / 48 - Charisma 4 / 48 - Motivation -4/48 - Weight (kg) ---------48/48 Tips amateurs Welcome! Here is what advice I give Vlad from Elite. No need to rush to spend money! 1. Risks of 0 (at least in the first races of the season until it is clear how much they increase the speed in the race). 2. Details are not buying as long as these do not wear out. 3. The pilot to change, but not for any money. Be sure to look for a new one. If you can take that right away. 4. Old pilots do not train. On the new must still be viewed. If the prospective for the masters, you have to be trained. 5. Staff coach each race. 6. Tests roll. Here is the trick. One can show that you have a low level of detail to skate more tests, because buying new parts are not expensive, and then closer to the 5.6 upgrade to start the race details and to reduce the test activity. 7. Make a financial plan for the entire season! Calculate that for enough money, taking into account all costs (tests, training, repairs, etc.). In no case do not upgrade the machine above the level that can afford the expenditure! 8. SPONSORS. Getting sponsors should be the number one goal. Without them in the long run will not be able to be competitive. Pilots and fastest lap So, the end - factors affecting the fastest lap in the race. Restrictions: 1. On the study allowed the pilots with a total of more than 17 races. 2. Data on the pilots are taken off the market drivers, ie they are publicly available. Methodology: 1. Take the drivers of the market 2. Brings all the data in Excel 3. We use the ratio - FL per races 4. Sort all the drivers for this factor, and try to find patterns.
Conclusions: The group of pilots with a mean number of CMV FL = 30% -36% Concentration: 112-172 Talent: 81-118 Aggressiveness: 77-111 ... that's where she needs my dear:) Experience: 47-62 Technical insight: 27-78 Stamina: 4-17 Charisma: 37-189 Motivation: 112-250 Weight (kg): 64-87 Age: 27-30 The group of pilots with a mean number of CMV FL = 20% -30% Concentration: 114-228 Talent: 57-197 Aggressiveness: 0-97 Experience: 48-141 Technical insight: 6-131 Stamina: 0-90 Charisma: 16-197 Motivation: 0-250 Weight (kg): 73-100 Age: 24-34 Draw your own conclusions:) Points and pilots Again, a little research on the same basis of the pilots, exploring the factors affecting the receipt points in the race. Everything is done on the knee (ie not split into groups of pilots novice amateurs, etc.). Restrictions: 1. On the study allowed the pilots with a total of more than 17 races. 2. Data on the pilots are taken off the market drivers, ie they are publicly available. Methodology: 1. Take the drivers of the market 2. Brings all the data in Excel 3. We use factor - the average number of points per race 4. Sort all the drivers for this factor, and try to find patterns. 5. We use the ratio - WPR = average probability of winning the race 4. Sort all pilots at a rate of WPR and try to find patterns. Conclusions: The group of pilots with a mean number of CMV points = 5.0-7.3 Concentration: 122-234 Talent: 50-149 Aggressiveness: 0:) Experience: 48-124
Technical insight: 11-131 Stamina: 0-48 Charisma: 107-209 Motivation: 0-240 Weight (kg): 73-100 Age: 24-36 The group of pilots with an indicator PPR = 4.0-4.99 Concentration: 86-248 Talent: 39-207 Aggressiveness: 0-89 Experience: 53-141 Technical insight: 0-202 Stamina: 0-100 Charisma: 26-214 Motivation: 0-250 Weight (kg): 62-98 Age: 25-36 The conclusion is not so clear: to define a need to win a high concentration, talent and experience. Stamina is important, but there are pilots with more victories without any stamina. Poles and pilots I decided to do a little "laptop" study of factors affecting the gain qualifications. Restrictions: 1. On the study allowed the pilots with a total of more than 17 races. 2. Data on the pilots are taken off the market drivers, ie they are publicly available. Methodology: 1. Take the drivers of the market 2. Brings all the data in Excel 3. Introduce a new factor PPR - pole per race 4. Sort all the drivers for this factor, and try to find patterns. Conclusions: The group of pilots with an indicator PPR = 30% -38% Concentration: 150-235 Talent: 83-207 Aggressiveness: 0-13 Experience: 62-141 Technical insight: 0-100 Stamina: 0-65 Charisma: 40-203 Motivation: 0-250 Weight (kg): 73-100 Age: 25-36 The group of pilots with an indicator PPR = 20% -30% Concentration: 86-247
Talent: 54-223 Aggressiveness: 0-32 Experience: 54-135 Technical insight: 35-196 Stamina: 1-90 Charisma: 41-213 Motivation: 0-250 Weight (kg): 70-100 Age: 24-35 The conclusion is simple: to win the pole position, you must have a pilot with a high concentration, the talent and experience. Everything else is not so important, even stamina! The choice of pilot Welcome! Decided to share his formula of finding the best pilot among pilots on the market. Algorithm: 1. throws his shortlist of pilots, but there do not recommend throwing only pilots with a high OA. My experience shows that a pilot with the OA = 87 can be a better driver with OA = 120:) It's all in the "right" choice of skills. 2. transfer the pilots in Excel and write a formula for each species: TOTAL = Weight 1 * Conc + Ves2 * Tal + Ves3 * Agg + Ves4 * Exp + * TI + Ves5 Ves6 * St + Ves7 * Cha + Ves8 * Mot + Ves9 * Wei + Ves10 * Age. 3. Sort by TOTAL, then watch the pilot to have a high experience and stamina (compared with other pilots in the list), and the concentration was higher than 150 (preferably above 200), and the talent of the higher, the better. But the key performance indicators - is the experience and stamina. 4. Pay attention to the salary and bonus for signing. Prices are sometimes simply devastating! Note. If the pilot to take off the market, he loses concentration and stamina points, and it depreciates in value. The key question - how to pick up the weights for the formula? Previously, I used: Conc = 1.5 Talanat = 2 Aggressiveness =- 0.5 Experience = 1 TI = 0.1 Stamina = 3 Charisma = 0.1 Motivation =- 0.1 (because I was searching for pilots with low motivation and hence OA) Weight =- 0.2 Age = 0
Now use a more appropriate weight: Conc = 1 Talanat = 1 Aggressiveness =- 0.1 Experience = 1.5 TI = 0 Stamina = 2 Charisma = 0 Motivation = 0 Weight =- 1 Age = 0 the new formula, my pilot with OA = 87 TOTAL = 549.2 is, and before that was a pilot with the OA = 97 TOTAL = 306.4 (selected according to the old formula) a new pilot for 3-4 seconds. faster than the old one in Kwale:))) About risks in the race In the process of communicating with the elite of fish for crumbs of information that do not understand how you can get:) Explanation 1. About risks in the race. Depreciation and speed of the car in all situations (even in heavy traffic) affects only clear track risk! risk and protection for overtaking only affects the increase / decrease the probability of overtaking. set to overtake-protection with inexperienced drivers should not exceed 20, otherwise they would back. Depreciation of machinery risks 100/100/0 is the same as the risks 0/0/0. But the speed will be the same. Just when you come across a slower driver, in the first case, the probability to overtake or get maximum spin and the second - is minimal. The probability depends also on the beat to protect from the risk of someone trying to overtake (and vice versa), and possibly the talent and experience of pilots (but not proven). On the reduction of wear with increasing levels. Wear with 0 risk is reduced by about 1% of the level of detail About the sponsors. First, the value of the sponsorship contract depends on what you already have an income.For example, if the elite do not have sponsors and you get a first in first place, the contract amount will be higher than if you get 3 or 4 to sponsor a vacant seat. That is, the more you get, the harder you increase revenue from sponsors. This is logical and correct, sinceallows players with fewer sponsors to compete with the leaders, who can get more sponsors. Second, the size and duration of the contract have vliyaenie place occupied in the race,
when offered a magnitude and duration of the contract. If you won the race, then you will be offered much more than if you came last. Developing an effective strategy for replacement parts car 1. Hypotheses Detail of the car is characterized by: - Level; - Cost of replacement; - Depreciation (% per race) or, more conveniently for the purposes of the study, the number of replacements parts for the entire season; - Number of points PHA and their total (TOTAL = P + H + A). Hypothesis 1. The more points PHA has a car, the better it is. This is a simplification. It was better to consider separately P, H and A. Also, comrades, maybe you can tell - what is more important in the car - P, H or A? Then I would do weights and said would work. Hypothesis 2. Under the efficient replacement of parts means that the car we have maximum points PHA at minimal cost. Thus, the aim is to find the optimal path replacement parts at the lowest cost funds. 2. Basic data For the calculations, the following empirical evidence: - Each level is in the details of 1.2385 times more expensive than the previous one; - Wear and tear parts are not dependent on the level of detail; - Number of points for each part PHA empirically as well (note that you are using integer values, though in reality it is not): Detail levels (P - H - A) - TOTAL - enough for racing (at risk = 0) Chassis - 0-2-1 (3) - 5 Engine - 6-1-2 (9) - 3 Front Wing - 2-2-0 (4) - 4 Rear Wing - 0-2-2 (4) - 4 Underbody - 0-1-1 (2) - 4 Sidepods - 1-0-0 (1) - 6 Cooling - 1-0-0 (1) - 7 Gearbox - 4-1-4 (9) - 3 Brakes - 0-2-0 (2) - 3 Suspension - 0-2-2 (4) - 3 Electronics -1-0-1 (2) - 8 3. Calculations For the calculations compiled a table form, the columns: - Detail; - Level; - Cost; - Power,
- Handling, - Acceleration, - Total score (P + H + A); - Sufficient details on the races - Cost Factor = Part / Total Points - describes the cost of a single point of upgrade car in rubles. Logically, the details with the lowest ratio to be changed first. But not so simple J - Efficiency, cost of ownership for a race = cost of parts / number of races without repair - characterizes the average for the season costs on the part car at every race. The sum of all components = cost of ownership of the car. For example, a car for the 1st level, the cost of ownership of 3.7 million rubles. for a race. - Coefficient (most desired) Cost of ownership for a race / Total Points - describes the cost of 1 point in the car rubles including repair parts. It is for this ratio, and selected the most optimal levels of detail. 4. Findings So, based on the last factor, in view of the above hypotheses, it turns out - HIT PARADE most effective parts: 1. Cooling (1) 2. Sidepods (1) 3. Electronics (1) 4. Underbody (1) 5. Cooling (2) 6. Sidepods (2) 7. Electronics (2) 8. Underbody (2) 9. Chassis (1) 10. Cooling (3) 11. Sidepods (3) 12. Electronics (3) 13. Suspension (1) 14. Rear Wing (1) 15. Front Wing (1) 16. Underbody (3) 17. Chassis (2) 18. Gearbox (1) 19. Cooling (4) 20. Brakes (1) 21. Sidepods (4) 22. Electronics (4) 23. Suspension (2) 24. Engine (1) ... Read more positions 13-24 are repeated. That is, the bare mathematics dictates that it is desirable to upgrade the car in that order.In practice, it is not very realistic, because in every detail of their wear and easier it will result in the following table: 5. Recommendations for upgrading car The following are levels of detail on the car, providing the most optimum ratio of the sum score (P + H + A) and the cost of an upgrade.
1. The initial level (beginners start with) - the cost for a race = 3.7 mln. - Ch (1), En (a), FW (1), RW (1), Un (1), Si (1), Co (1), Ge (1), Br (1), Su (1) , El (1) 2. The second level of development - the cost of a race = 4.1 mln. - Ch (2), En (a), FW (1), RW (1), Un (3), Si (4), Co (4), Ge (1), Br (1), Su (2) , El (4) 3. The third level - the cost of a race = 5.1 mln. - Ch (3), En (2), FW (2), RW (2), Un (4), Si (5), Co (5), Ge (2), Br (2), Su (3) , El (5) 4. The fourth level - the cost of a race = 6.3 mln. - Ch (4), En (3), FW (3), RW (3), Un (5), Si (6), Co (6), Ge (3), Br (3), Su (4) , El (6) 5. The fifth level - the cost of a race = 7.8 mln. - Ch (5), En (4), FW (4), RW (4), Un (6), Si (7), Co (7), Ge (4), Br (4), Su (5) , El (7) 6. The sixth level - the cost of a race = 9.7 mln. - Ch (6), En (5), FW (5), RW (5), Un (7), Si (8), Co (8), Ge (5), Br (5), Su (6) , El (8) 7. The seventh level - the cost of a race = 12.0 mln. - Ch (7), En (6), FW (6), RW (6), Un (8), Si (9), Co (9), Ge (6), Br (6), Su (7) , El (9) Moral of the study: you should calculate how much you can spend for a car race on the details and in accordance with this sum to choose the level of development, then to gradually upgrade components. Thank you! Here comes rain here is the real difference between dry and wet settings ADD 150 Wing MINUS 100 Engine ADD 100 Brakes MINUS 100 Gear MINUS 150 Suspension consumption of gasoline is reduced by 17%. Rain tires consumed 15% less hardy.