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#1 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 12 January 2008 - 11:32

Look here, now I have a better video

Grand Prix Legends & Joystick +90°


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#2 mahelgel

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Posted 13 January 2008 - 23:13

i drive with a joystick myself, but that looked a bit strange :p

#3 Jerome

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Posted 15 January 2008 - 21:37

That's Kyalamy, right?

Stefan, what's the idea behind this 90 degree stuff? Can you explain the manner in this madness?

#4 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 16 January 2008 - 10:06

Yes, it's Kyalami

I decide to make this 90° joystick madness because you can change very fast from acceleration to breaking from the wrist. Otherwise you must move the entire arm. ;)

#5 Ivan

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Posted 16 January 2008 - 17:59

That's interesting you converted the joystick so that it quick shifts. Very clever. I don't have the game but that was nice to see.

#6 Jerome

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Posted 18 January 2008 - 19:38

I just wish I could make a game use a brakepedal just for the rear brake, like I got used to in MotoGp. I even could beat some very good times in GP Legend, I think. While with the normal steering... :

#7 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 19 January 2008 - 12:41

Here my GPL-Ranking - all with Joystick

http://gplrank.schue...etail=1,1,15007


GPLRank details of Stefan Schmidt (11 tracks, all sessions)
Track Benchmark Chassis Session Time Last Updated Delta Relative
Kyalami 1967 1:20.861 Lotus Training 1:20.275 2003-11-04 12:59:23 -0.586 99.275%
Mexico 1967 1:50.478 Cooper Training 1:48.450 2007-06-16 03:20:09 -2.028 98.164%
Monaco 1967 1:29.326 Cooper Training 1:28.271 2007-03-17 04:19:21 -1.055 98.819%
Monza 1967 1:30.202 Lotus Practice 1:28.180 2004-04-06 15:58:22 -2.022 97.758%
Mosport Park 1967 1:23.134 Lotus Training 1:21.447 2003-11-04 12:59:23 -1.687 97.971%
Nürburgring 1967 8:21.931 Lotus Training 8:10.708 2004-06-26 15:00:28 -11.223 97.764%
Rouen-les-Essarts 1967 1:59.277 Lotus Practice 1:57.492 2006-01-22 06:48:30 -1.785 98.503%
Silverstone Circuit 1967 1:30.907 Lotus Training 1:27.049 2005-03-03 13:30:41 -3.858 95.756%
Spa Francorchamps 1967 3:20.342 Lotus Training 3:19.199 2003-11-04 12:59:23 -1.143 99.429%
Watkins Glen Int. 1967 1:06.912 Lotus Race 1:05.242 2005-01-21 17:06:38 -1.670 97.504%
Zandvoort 1967 1:26.848 Cooper Practice 1:25.616 2007-05-11 15:09:48 -1.232 98.581%
Total 25:20.218 24:51.929 -28.289 98.139%

#8 rolf123

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Posted 04 February 2008 - 18:30

This is my lap using an analogue gamepad (very similar to PS2 pad).

The left analogue is steering, the right is accelerate. I don't like to brake by pushing back on a stick so I use the right shoulder button for this. Sadly its not analogue.



I also use this configuration for rFactor but in F1 its impossible. I bought a G25 and now I'm worse!!

#9 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 04 October 2008 - 07:03

Please find attached a link to short video which shows my new game controller:



:clap:

#10 rolf123

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Posted 05 October 2008 - 18:08

Is that an RC controller?? :confused:

#11 Stefan Schmidt

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Posted 06 October 2008 - 07:39

No, but it is similar ;)