It’s the last Friday of the month, which means it’s time for an off-topic post – this time on How to Build a Car by legendary Formula 1 designer Adrian Newey – a book that’s just as much a history of the sport’s recent regulatory changes as it is an autobiography.
I recently wrote about how to find a good setup in Project Cars 2. A few races down the line in my IndyCar league, I thought I’d cover what I’ve learnt about how to approach race weekends and find the setup and strategy that will get you the best result possible.
As a pretty big Formula 1 fan, it was only a matter of time until I did my best Adrian Newey impression and attempted to build an F1 car in Kerbal Space Program. Surprisingly, I was able to get some pretty good results quite quickly. Here’s how I did it…
It may have taken me eight years to watch The Social Network, but at least I’d heard of it before that. I’m amazed that I only heard about the side-by-side Brooklands Museum and Mercedes-Benz World when I was Googling around for things to do a couple of months ago!
After my first Project Cars 2 league ended abruptly with a mid-season whimper, I was missing regular virtual racing. Luckily, one former contender is getting the band back together. The complication? His new championship is an IndyCar league.