Originally Posted by Crow_Nest
wtf that really blows. How could they have overlooked that? And ironically, F1 in real life is has extremely precise timings.
Anyway i went for the Singapore race last night. Sat at the marina bay grandstand. When one of the cars crashed everyone got out their seats and went ape**** even the ushers couldnt control us.
I don't think its so much of a bug as it is a terrible design decision to try to cover up the flaws in the engine. The Ego engine was designed for rally racing where the starts are staggered and you could be the only car on the track for a while, and I'm guessing they just couldn't get a true AI with actual laps and times to perform correctly when there are a bunch of cars on a small track like in F1.