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  1. This is really awesome! what sim is it from?
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    Rfactor2 on triples

    Is the middle on slightly smaller or just an illusion?
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    Transparency Statement

    I have been wanting to write this page for a while, to be clear about what this website is, what I am trying to achieve with it, and what the plans with it are. To clarify further, I sometimes refer to the website as us, or we. "Help us spread the word", "We love what you're doing". This is mainly to sound fancy. It really is just me, although I am very much looking for a team to work with on it (more on this further down this page). Money, money, money... As of now, the website has cost me a fair bit to set up, and has some running costs that keep accumulating. It is free to use, and I would prefer to let it be so, but I am open to and consider some features that will require payment (mainly for businesses to post/advertise on the site). The numbers (as of today - July 3rd 2019) are as such: PS: payments have been made in Euro and/or DKK but have been translated to $ because according to statistics this is where most of the site visitors are from. Expenses Onetime payments: $741 Running yearly payments: $262 Total payments up til now: $1265 On top of this, i have had a few developers, and graphic designers work on a few issues, that i have not added to these expenses. Revenue I must notice here, that I have not registered a company and therefore revenue is more of an "incoming" statement, than actual revenue. The only way og generating this, at the moment is through advertisements that i set up mid March 2019) Google Advertisements: $0 (although by now I have a $3.50 balance that can be paid when it reaches $90) Private Advertisements: $0 Donations: $0 This is the money part of this website, and yes it is not great, but this is not why its here. I don't plan to, or want to get rich with this website. Actually I don't even plan on making a living out of it. If/when the expenses get covered and it can keep running without me having to put money into it every year (currently $262), then i will be glad. If it can make more than this, I really hope to be able to put it back into the website, to expand functionality, develop new features and improve usability and maybe some marketing. If it all works out, I'd love to be able to spend some money to buy prizes for competition winners or pay to have commentators broadcast special events etc. The Idea! This whole thing, started back when I started racing on X Box and looking for other racers to race with. Most of them wanted me to sign up to a semi active and badly designed forum, read their rules, pick a number, tell a few things about my self etc. All I wanted was to join in a few races, to see if their racing style, standards and series matched with what I wanted. If not a forum, then it was a Facebook Group, Discord server or similar solution that i found (and still find) way too noisy, cluttered and disorganized. My idea was to set up a website, similar to other free hosted forum, but with a joined user account. This means that clubs could create their own groups, but users would only need to sign up once and then join any club/group that they are interested in. This has evolved quite a bit, and currently there are tons of really cool features for clubs. On top of this new ideas have been added. For example, users can run their own private blogs, to tell about their races, share guides, ideas and thoughts, or even showcase their liveries, setups, photos etc. A few more features have been added, for image and file sharing (with comments and rating) for users to share their photography, setups, apps etc. Future Plans I am very much open to suggestions, ideas and ways to improve the site, but at the moment I am mostly focused on getting people to use the site. There are already great features that I am sure people will love. I am also looking for people to join the administrative area of the site. If you feel that you are good at moderating and keeping things under control, or if you have experience with communities, social media etc and want to join, please get in touch! Business partners and partnerships are also highly interesting. Not only am I looking for someone to help set up and take care of the business part of the site, but also partnerships with sponsors, developers and manufacturers is a high importance future task on my list. Please do comment bellow with your thoughts, ideas and comments. I'd love to hear from you about this. It is a pretty big part of my free time (besides sim racing) that i do think of constantly!
  4. The site needs a cooler logo but there's no money to hire a graphics designer to do it. On top of that, it would be great to have someone with at least a little interest in motorsports do it, so that it has a "racing" feel to it. AVR is basically a place where sim racers can create a blog and write/share their thoughts, product reviews, race recaps, livery designs, setups etc. They can also team up and run small communities with with their own forum, calendar, blog etc. It is all free and the site makes very little proffit from the ads displayed (actually not enough to bet paid yet) To get as many suggestions as possible, this competition will run for 1 week and will end Sunday the 7th July at midnight CET. Anybody can submit a logo and it can be anything you feel would be great! You can draw it on paper, do in on Paint, use pro tools like Illustrator or Photoshop. Anything will be considered, although high resolution images and filetypes such as PDF, EPS, PNG, PDF, AI and JPG will be apreciated. There are no rules to what kind of logo will win, but as it stands, simple logos, with a retro-ish feel, and with a touch of motorsport, will be prioritized, but the whole reason why this competition is here, is to surprise! There is no saying what can win! You can submit your logo suggestions here.
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    Pcars 2

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    Pcars 2

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    Pcars 2

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    Pcars 2

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    Pcars 2

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    Pcars 2

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    Project Cars 2 (xbox)
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    BMW Art car

    Project Cars 2 (xbox)
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    BMW Z4

    Assetto Corsa (xbox)

    © AVR

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  15. Sim racing can be expensive, especially when you end up buying things or services that you don’t need. It’s called buyers remorse and i get hit by it some times, but not quite as much as it used to! We are all into motorsports, and ride the same wave of trying to shave off lap times, by improving not only our driving, but also the equipment. Even the smallest of improvements to our hardware can mean a lot of time on the digital track. At least this is what we are lead to believe and sometimes, just believing in it, makes it true! More often than not though, it won’t affect your performance or the fun you have on the track. What we spend money on If you’re like me, or have been, than you can agree to at least a few of the things mentioned bellow, that we all have spent money on Better Hardware. This could be wheel, rig, pedals, screens, PC, VR, headphones, shifter, handbrake, buttonbox etc. Software. Not only limited to games/sims, but also DLC, dashboard apps, telemetry etc Services, like coaching, livery designs, cars setups, streaming services I am sure that some of us have spent money on other things too. Some more important and others more silly, but i am pretty sure that all of us have regretted at least a few of our purchases. It’s ok to spend money on your hobby! I’m not here to tell you not to spend money on your hobby. You do need to spend money on it, and there are some great things to spend it on out there! What I want to try to convince you is that spending money alone, won’t make you faster or even let you have more fun! Enjoyment Vs Cost Compared to many other hobbies, sim racing can be very affordable, but as most any other hobbies, there are no limits at how much you can spend on it. The level of enjoyment though doesn’t really improve at the same rate as the money put into it. the more the cost, the less difference it will make. What you need to figure out, is where the level of enjoyment, is worth spending money on to improve. This may vary from one racer to an other. What we need to understand is that we all enjoy our hobby at different levels, and that some of us wouldn’t necessary enjoy it as much, at the level that an other racer does. At the same time, we might enjoy sim racing as much as the pros do, but with lower standards of gear, performance and budgets. To be honest, I like to believe that casual racers maybe enjoy sim racing more than the competitive racers, but that is just a personal opinion that I haven’t spent too much time confirming. Our needs and budget may be different In line with this, it goes without saying, that a competitive sim racer, who gets paid to race, will have different needs than the ones you and me may have. That said, buying the same equipment that a pro has, won’t make you equally fast, and won’t even be a guarantee for more enjoyment. It may even result in less enjoyment! When you consider a purchase, make sure to compare to your own needs and standards – not others. Budget may also be a consideration. Pros more often than not, will have sponsors or teams who either pay for or give them their hardware, PCs, programs etc. Common, casual racers like you and me, can’t afford this type of purchases, but even more importantly, i don’t even think we’d enjoy them that much more. Check out Lando Norris setup. Have a look at the rig above. This is the current F1 driver of McLarren along with Sainz. His sim rig is said to have cost £30.000 ($38k) and he has two of them in the same room! Someone commented that the watch you’ll see casually laying there @0:57 is the RM35-01 that has a price tag well over £100K. For most of us, this is just crazy. In some places you can buy a house for that money and none of us would ever spend this money or even half of it, on a sim rig. No matter how hard you try, you won’t be able to afford the top line rigs available You can spend money on junk Marketing is really good at making us want something that we maybe don’t need. That said, it is also really good at making terrible things look good. Marketing is not only fancy banners, special pricing, or cool images. It is also fancy texts and positive review videos of things that aren’t. Try to see through people who get paid to review things, or people who get offered products for free, to review them. Their incentive may be to not be too harsh because that probably will result in them not getting a free product next time. Sure they probably don’t need more free stuff, as they have so much, but the way they make money is by reviewing new stuff, and if companies don’t sent them, they can’t make new content. People like this, will always be very excited for the new products, and if negative, they will be very mild. Some times, people or companies will try to sell you things that aren’t worth what they are charging. I have bought a few e-books that really weren’t any more informative that the discussions going on in forums, social media or even YouTube videos. Today I saw a guy try to sell a DIY-rig shopping list and plans for $40. Some people will sell rubber stoppers, springs, bolts, carbon fiber and think that they are selling gold. Try to see through these and don’t get fooled. Once you buy it, its just one more thing There is a hype about getting new stuff. You can share it to your media and get feedback, WOWs and thumbs up, but once you have installed it, and raced a few races, it’s just a part of your rig or one more track or one more car to the collection. There are really very few purchases, that I continuously appreciate again and again while i race. My rig is one of them, and still, I consider upgrading to something better. It’s like getting an larger TV. When you install it and watch a movie on it, it is fantastic, but a few weeks later, you just can’t tell the difference. This is not all bad though. A new purchase that feels natural and falls into your needs, is just perfect. Just try to avoid buying things for that initial hype, and go for things that you really will appreciate in the long run. Buying isn’t enough One last thing to consider when buying new things for your rig, is that buying it just the first step. You’ll need to set it up properly to get what it’s worth out of it. I have seen too many rigs, too many triples screen setups and too many expensive wheels, being put to terrible and wrong use. When you finally do buy a new part for your rig, do spend the time to set it up properly. It can be tempting to simply attach it, use it and start thinking about the next purchase. Do yourself the favor and put in the effort to learn how to set it up properly and get the most out of it. Self Conviction Some times people who have bought something that they regret, will try to convice others and themselves that it is greater than what it actually is, simply to lessen the pain of having spent the money on it. This is very common, and you'll often see people defending and even promoting purchases that they honestly don't really liked or needed all that much. Although that is alright, and very understandable, try to avoid falling for it and doing a similar purchase. Thats it This has been a very random and unstructured ramble from me, about spending money on sim racing. I hope it hasn’t been too confusing, boring or a waste of time to read, but do comment bellow with your best/worst sim purchases or maybe with your own thoughts! Originally posted here
  16. I am getting more and more happy with Crew Chief the more i use it. Very impressive work the guys behind it put into it for free!
  17. It's been too long since i last did, so can't remember exactly, but i am pretty sure that everything was the same, except that the race starts with warm tires. Also, the car will get back to more or less manageable after - laps, so i expect that the tire blankets were too warm. But nothing that keeps me up at night any more, because i've changed games 🙂
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    Why you should advertise on AllVirtualRacing AllVirtualRacing i a highly specialized community website, that more or less leaves the user to do anything they want, as long as it's about sim racing. There are no rules or limits. It's for anybody who loves racing online or even offline. Your advertisements will be shown to a very targeted audience that is into sim racing. This website is a very new project. I have personally been working and messing with it for a couple of years, but only recently did it get it's final form and beginning to grow. This is why your advertisement is more of a donation that it is a marketing investment with any form of guaranty of ROI at all. It's cheap though, and you'll be helping build and grow a project that you're in to. What you get At the moment I don't have any other monetization on the site, that this. For €10 I'll add your banner (728x90px) in a 3 week rotation of the other banners on the site. These are currently mostly internal banners to promote the site features. For an even smaller fee, i can even make the banners for you! (and yes you can use them anywhere else you may want) You are also welcome to create a blog or club to promote what you're doing. When the paid period had passed, your banners will stop displaying automatically. How To When it comes to advertising, things are pretty low key here. Simply get in touch, by either filling out the contact form, sending a direct email to hello@AllVirtualRacing.com, send a message to @Steph or get in touch though the Facebook page or Twitter. We'll figure out how many ads you want to place, how long you want them to display and if you want me to make your banners. Payment will be done through Paypal and you're banners will start displaying at the agreed date, for the agreed period, once payment has been completed.
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    Top iRacing Addons

    Thanks @Jeff IracingIflag I'll have a look at those!
  20. It has freed up a whole lot of buttons on my buttonbox and also it really feels natural to ask for the gaps in front and behind. I am pretty happy with it!
  21. Earlier I shared a post on how to speak to Crew Chief. You can do this in several ways but my favorite right now is to have a button that you need to hold, while speaking. It seems to be the most stable method. This is all great, but what really matters, is what you can say to Crew Chief. Since i started researching into this, I have used Crew Chief more and more. I have found out that it can do a whole lot more than i expected it could, and it has actually even replaced my need of a few external gadgets that I felt i needed. Please note that this list is made for iRacing, that does not support information on car damage, tire wear, tire temperature and other information, that you may be able to ask for on other games/sims. How it works I don’t want to sound like an expert, because i am not, but i can try to explain how all this voice recognition makes sense in my own head. The software has some sentences, and words that it will listen to and try to decipher. Crew Chief uses a recognizer with an acoustic model. This works brilliantly well with small numbers of possible phrases but as you increase the number, the search space becomes very congested and confidently separating one phrase from another becomes harder. This means that the more voice commands, them less precise speach recognition. That said, i have been consistently surprised at how well Crew Chief will understand what I al telling it. I am not a native English speaker, and would say that i have an atypical accent. Even sentences that were half baked before they came out of my mouth, went clean through to Crew Chief. On the other hand, it can have issues understanding the difference between 15 and 50 or 6 and 60, that can result in some tragic misunderstandings when it comes to pit stop strategy. My Favourite Voice Commands can you hear me Simply trigger your Crew Chief with whatever method you have chosen, and say “can you hear me?” This will check if your Crew Chief hears you. Pit stops Pitstop clear all I start every race by telling Crew Chief to clear all (in iRacing). This will clear all pit stop strategy fields, and remove any tire changes, refueling, screen tear offs, repairs etc. Then I can specify what i want to have done in the pits on the fly, according to what i may need. How’s my fuel How’s my fuel level This will give you a short status of your fuel situation. Usually this includes how long you are expected to run with your current fuel load (based off the last 5 laps), how much fuel you use pr lap and how much you need to add to the tank to make it to the end. You can also get just one of these information by saying Whats my fuel level Whats my fuel usage/consumption/use How much fuel to the end/how much fuel do we need Pitstop add X liters/gallons Pitstop fuel to the end Pitstop fuel to the end of the race My favorite command and the one i always say, is “pitstop, add X liters fuel” or “pitstop fuel to the end of the race”. There is a setting in Crew Chief, that will add a margin to how many laps worth of extra fuel you need to be sure, but do make sure it will last you to the end. I tend to add a few liters on top, just to make it. I don’t quite trust Crew Chiefs calculations (yet). Alternatively you can be more specific and ask how much fuel you will need for a certain number of laps or time. You can do this by sayng “calculate fuel for 10 laps” or “how much fuel do i need for 15 minutes” or “how much fuel for one hour”. You can only use this after 4-5 laps, so that Crew Chief has some data to estimate on. Performance What’s the gap ahead What’s the gap in front What’s my gap ahead Whats my gap in front Gap in front Gap ahead What’s the gap behind What’s my gap behind Gap behind This will give you the gap to the car in front or the car behind. These are gaps to the actual positions, so if there is a car that is not on your lap, or from an other class in between you and the car in front/behind, it will ignore that. How’s my pace What’s my best lap time Best lap time:best lap This is a quick way of getting an idea of how you’re doing. Crew Chief will some times update you on this without asking, and tell you that you are consistent, that your lap times have dropped or of you’re doing worse. What’s the fastest lap What’s the fastest lap time Ask for the fastest lap on the session. Tell me the gaps Tell me the deltas Give me the deltas Time deltas every lap Don’t tell me the gaps Don’t tell me the deltas Don’t give me the deltas No more deltas No more gaps This is a helpful command, that will tell you the gap to the cars in front and behind. If you want to use this to compare the gap from lap to lap, pick a spot on the track to ask for this, because it can vary depending on corners and straights. Information Who’s in front in the race Who’s ahead in the race Who’s in front Who’s ahead Who’s behind in the race Who’s behind Who’s in front on track Who’s ahead on track Who’s behind on track This is a neat feature if you don’t feel like looking at your relative black box, or if you are confused with all the red and blue names in it. Who’s in front of the track, will tell you who is in front, but who is in front in the race, will tell you who is in the position in front of you regardless of lapped cars, other classes etc. An other useful tip, is to ask for information on certain cars, drivers or positions. These are combinational requests. You can use the car position, driver name or car number and ask about iRating, License class, last lap, best lap, gap or position. There are endless posibilities for this, but i have often used this to find out where a person i have been racing, is, after i have pitted (Where is Jefferson?). This will give his position and gap to you. Sometimes I want to find out what iracing a car that just dive bombed me is (what is car number 14 irating?) or maybe simply a position update like “who is in position 5/p5?” or “what position is Nielsen in?”. Not that you can both use “position 5” or “pee 5” for P5 (or any other number you wish). The most useful for me has been “what is the guy behind last lap?”.You can also ask “is the car behind in my class?”. Who’s leading Who’s in the lead Who is leading Who is in the lead Who’s the leader If you are actually fighting for the win, or just are interested in how it’s going in the front, you can get info on who has P1 of the race, on in case of multi class, the class you are in. What’s the pitlane speed limit What’s the pit speed limit Pit speed limit Pit stop limits were always hit or miss for me before this. You get a short area before the pit entry where a pop up will tell you if you’re going too fast, but it’s not always long enough for you to brake down to it. If you’re in doubt about what speed to go at in the pits, you can ask Crew Chief. This is especially useful for cars with no pit speed limiter. Where should I attack Where am I faster Where can I attack Where should I defend Where am I slower Where is he faster Where will he attack This is actually pretty cool! It will compare your lap with the cars around you, and tell you where you are faster than the car in front, or where you are slower than the car behind. This lets you attack or defend accordingly. How long’s left How many laps left How many laps to go For longer races, this can be useful. It will tell you how many laps there are left in the race. What’s the time What time is it This will give you the real world time. It is surprisingly useful, so that you don’t have to look at your phone while driving/racing What’s the sof What is the strength of field Once the race has started, you can ask for the strength of field (or short with SOF). This will help you estimate what kind of competition you’re up against for this race. How many incidents do i have What’s my incident count What’s the incident limit The only way, as far as i can tell, to figure out how many incidents you have, while you’re driving, is to get more. A better way, is to ask Crew Chief, and also ask how many are allowed. Session status:race status Session status will report race position, gaps, time / laps left in session. Full status. You can try the “Full update/status” command but this is best on other games/sims than iRacing, as it also will update you on car status, damage, tires etc. This information is not available on iRacing API though. Instruction Keep quiet Shut up I know what I’m doing Leave me alone Minimal talking Don’t talk in the corners No messages in the corners Don’t talk in the braking zones No messages in the braking zones Some times, you just need to concentrate and do the best laps you can. Other times you don’t want distractions on certain tricky parts of the track. Especially on tracks like Le Mans, i prefer to get update and get radio messages on the Mulsanne straight, but i prefer to stay concentrated on the back wiggly part of the track. Keep me updated Keep me informed Keep me posted This is simply a command to turn messages back on, if you have turned them off. Repeat last message Say again A Simple command to repeat the last message, if you didn’t hear it, or if you want Crew Chief to repeat. I use this often after the “How’s my Fuel”, because i always forget how many liters he tells me we will need to finish the race Spot Start spotting Enabled spotter Don’t spot Turn the spotter on or off as you wish. Read corner names Corner names Tell me the corner names This is a very handy feature, that i unfortunatelly haven’t been able to get to work properly. At least not well enough for it to be stable. When turned on, it will read out the names of the corners as you get to them. This is a very good way to learn what the corners are called. Get out Exits the car. This command basically presses your escape button for two seconds. This means that your car needs to be stationary for this to work. Just start using it It can be weird talking to a computer like this, but once you get used to it, its pretty neat. I have ended up talking to Crew Chief more than i ever have to Google Assistant, Siri or Alexa. Give it a go, and just get to know Crew Chief. He’s a nice guy and I know that you’ll like each other. Originally posted here
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    Talk & Crew Chief

    I have grown really fond of Crew Chief mainly because it can do so much more than you’d expect of it! I initially bought the app for my android phone and used it back in the days when i was racing on X-box. Now on PC i have downloaded the program, that is even better than the app i paid for! Crew Chief is a program that will keep you well informed during a race. It will tell you about your lap times, motivate you, scorn you if you don’t perform, and generally give you information about your performance and those around you. To top it all up, Crew Chief also has voice recognition so you can actually talk and ask your Crew Chief questions! I’ll make a post later, with a list of popular and helpful voice commands, like “How are my tires”, “Where should i attack”, “Pit stop add X liters” etc. To start with though, you’ll need to configure your Crew Chief to even listen to you. This is of course optional, so the feature is by default, turned off. You can turn it on though, and select between a few options on how and when you want Crew Chief to listen to what you say Don’t Listen Hold button Press and release button Always on Why all these options? The first problem I had, was that I didn’t want the people I was racing with, to listen in on the commands that I gave to Crew Chief. Mainly because i didn’t want to disturb them, but also because that would reveal my racing and pit strategy. So i needed a way to channel who I was talking with. This became even more complicated, by the fact that i already have two chat options, with in game chat and some times the discord chat. The solution for me, is to have 3 different buttons to press for each channel. 1 for in game voice chat, 1 for discord voice chat and 1 for crew chief. It’s a lot of buttons to sacrifice on this, but i think it is worth it. For crew chief, you can maybe assign a button on a button box instead of one on the wheel, because I tend to only speak to him on the straights, where as I may need to talk to other drivers while in corners or in very close combats. 4 Options for listening Don’t Listen This is selected by default, and will have Crew Chief turn a deaf ear to you. He will still inform you on anything he is set up to tell you, but he just won’t listen to what you say Hold Button For this option, you will have to press a button and keep it held down while you speak to Crew Chief. You then let go once you are done talking. This is in my opinion the most stable option, but maybe not the most handy Hold and release For this option, you simply press a button, wait for a bib that tells you that he is now listening, and then you proceed to talk. He’ll stop listening when you finish speaking. This is a great option, and the one i use, but some times you may need to try a few times for it to work Always on This option works like Alexa or Google Assistant. You say a trigger phrase, like “Hey chief” and then proceed with your question or command. To be honest, i haven’t tried this, mainly because my system resources are limited, and i wouldn’t want it to be wasting too much power listening to me, when i don’t have anything to tell him. It might not be that hard on your system though – i haven’t tested it How to assign a button Crew Chief Main window This is very straight forward, but if you are not used to Crew Chief settings it may be a bit frustrating, so I’ll go through it very quickly here. First you have to select your input device on the left, highlighted with the blue color in the image above. Then select the action called Talk to Crew Chief in the next field, highlighted with green. Once you’ve selected that, you can now press the button called Assign Control. Make sure to select the mode you want to use. After you’ve set up the Press to Talk button, you’re set and ready, but do go through the properties of Crew Chief to make sure everything looks like you want it (for example chose between Liter or Gallons, Miles, Km/h etc) One last thing There are just a few things left to mention here. Some of the information available will vary depending on what car you’re driving and also what sim you’re driving. Damage and tire wear are not included in the API data from iRacing so you can’t ask crew chief anything about this. On other games it will work just fine though. If Crew Chief doesn’t have the information you’re asking for, he might say he didn’t hear you. Don’t be discouraged and keep trying to ask the same thing again and again. It simply means that he doesn’t know. If you have limited how many cars are rendered in the game, to save resources, Crew Chief won’t know what position you have, even if your computer knows. They are working on improving this, but as of now, positions are really messed up if you don’t render the whole grid. In the upper right corner, you can set the settings of Crew Chief to each game you use. Make sure that you have selected the correct version of your game, when setting it up. Voice comands Now that you have gotten Crew Chief to listen to you, you need to know what you can ask him for. Have a look at my personal favorite Voice Commands for Crew Chief here. Note that they are for iRacing, and that on other games, you can use more commands that are not available here. Originally posted here
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