I had great timing to visit here to see charts and Dup's improvement.. i'm almost capped my lap :O
Verily a swift reaction...
Hello All! Nice to meet you
Sorry, I'm working at the new house and ... it's very hard, expecially in Italy.
WOW, so Risto entered the 2 ltb points zone. WOW !
Happy Birthday Duplode!
Indeed, happy birthday pal!
Quiet replays published!
Wow! Congrats, Duplode! What an crazy alternative route!? I couldn't figure that path myself.
That's impressive: both of Duplode's quiet replays are winning replays, but on two different routes! Did you just come up with the second route in the last hours of the game?
Also some nice "thinking outside the... bridge" there at the slalom + dirt road corner.
Thaks Rok, and well done on getting a podium spot dreadnaut! About the routes: I knew both routes were viable before the quiet days, though if you asked me on Thursday I would have bet on the straight path being slightly better, so to that extent it was a nice surprise how things turned out.
At first, I was a bit miffed at the middle path not being actually legal -- you need a fake track detour to make a symmetrical split. It turned out for the best, though, as the other two paths were so finely balanced. This was a very interesting track; good job Artur
Look, a site update on time! (sort of )
Facetrack is great! As for my third place, I don't think I really deserve it —but so many racers got lazy last month!
Ah a new track so fast! I also tried the "middle" route at one point but ditch it, cause i was thinking it was not possible and to gather speed and jump with Audi after slalom, totally forgot the jumper speedup trick, and also on other route at dirt road part i tried the same as @Duplode but did not manage to get that "speed turn trick" to enter the bridge with 100+ Mph
My first Stunts 911 run ever with crappy laptop! Terrible flat keyboard cant press 3-buttons same time *ugh*
Thank you, duplode. I tried to make the track the most balanced as possible. But i could't do the alternative path with the audi. Make that jump was almost impossible to me. So congrats to who did.
OHHH ... the DUP super return !!! Congratulation to all !!!
This is a natural GAR track.
Risto is running for the 2 ltb points again but ... for my point of view, i have already said that, it would be better a more International score system like real competitions with the first place that has a big gap from the 2nd and then the 2nd from the 3rd end so on ... )) .
OK! Marco now the gap is little bigger
Makes sense what marco says. At the end the second place, if all the game changes, could do more points than the first. For example: 12 11+2
Here're my first RPLs for this track... (including GAR)
Kaos... for the GAR replay, you cannot go off track. It's OWOOT.
regarding the GAR races, it could be useful to add the link to the tutorial video directly in the description over the scoreboard
GAR competition One wheel on or over the track. Follow the yellow line, no shortcuts, no cheap speed-ups! Check the Tutorial Rules here
I will not miss three races in a row
and why not take the lead as well
Nice to see you speeding again, zak. Good time.
The GAR Championship might be called "Garcha"
El Garcha ... seems like some kind of narcos nickname.
El Garcha seems like an argentine "enganche" (the argentine equivalent of trequartista), Gabriel "El Garcha" Giménez. This fake player started on Chacarita and signed with Rosario Central in 2015. Brazilian side Grêmio is looking for him.
Uhm... in Argentine Spanish, "garcha" as a noun may mean one of two things. Either that the guy's taking many women to bed very often or that he's a scammer, somebody that can't be trusted. It is, of course, a very informal word and doesn't sound good, ha, ha. If it weren't his nickname, it'd definitely be offensive.
Oh, but Alan said "Garcha", not "El Garcha"... that's different. It's not talking about a person. It's talking about an action, ha, ha XD
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I share that view with Duplode. I think "OWOOT", for instance, already has gained a meaning as a word which allows for variants, even when some of them may not be directly defined by the letter-by-letter expansion of it. "OWOOT" is the most used term today for these variants so a racer would find the information more quickly and communicate more easily that way. Say somebody searches for "OWOOT", I think there should be some words about GAR in that article and maybe a link to a more specific article. In an article on GAR, in my opinion, OWOOT should equally be mentioned and linked, although it could also be cleared out that maybe "OPOOT" defines the rules better. Something like that. Just adding to the thought. What do you guys reckon?
Hello Marco; great to see you around! Regarding those remarks in the Wiki article (which were added by me): I admit I would really like to be able to use the "GAR" term to talk about strict OWOOT plus NoRH, as we never had a good word for that -- it would be similar to how we take "IRC rules" to mean strict OWOOT regardless of minor rule differences (e.g. Mingva's IRC was OWOOT, Southern Cross was TWOOT, and ZakStunts GAR is OPOOT, but it seems fine to say they all use "IRC rules"). In any case, if you prefer that I don't do that I won't insist
Sorry, I just realise I made a mistake. With "OPOOT" you mean one pixel "of the car". Yes, then I take back what I said that all OWOOT are OPOOT.