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General Discussion / Re: Online Racing
« on: December 22, 2017, 10:48:50 PM »
hey guys

Its strange to think that we have the wrong mentality about GPB, to me the point of this awesome sim is to race against your friends and improve each other but nobody seems to get to this point.

A good example is me Julian Chips and Tosteetos, i woke up at 3am this morning when tostee and julien messaged me to race with them this is the comradery we have togeather and we always try beat each other. We in GPB need to get to a better point by instead of private testing we need to get ourselves into a server and test there 9/10 somebody will join, i always check online if there is servers up may it be a privately made one or a big one like caws use to do.

So please if anybody here is looking to enjoy the online experience please comment below, i would love to extend the player base/ group we having going and its the easiest to become fast as when we crash we wait for each other even if we are on a great lap it does not matter to us etc


It`s interesting to watch this forum go in circles.

We have been dealing with many issues troughout the years. I have seen many people come and go and it`s funny to see the pattern.
People are always entousiastic and full of joy in the beginning, as was everyone on this forum once. But eventually they`ll realize why the servers are empty and why people stopped playing.

There is a core (No pun intended) group of people that have been for many many years, but we just gave up at one point due to all the bugs you`re still running into now and especially the core.exe one.

There were times when we had a server filled with 15 people, loads of talented modders bringing out amazing content, championships with full grids, but unless the core.exe is going to be fixed i don`t see that returning anytime soon.

The game has had it`s high, and we did everything back then to keep it`s momentum going, ranging from offering PiBoSo donations, to coders willing to help find bugs, and even people willing to help lay out buiseness plans to get the game to the next level.

But as you probably noticed by now, it`s more important to change the riders boots and garage font than actually fixing the problem that drove away so many players.

When and IF the core problems get fixed i think you`ll a fairly large number of people playing again because beneath all the problems there is still an amazing sim.


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Off Topic / Re: Cryptocurrency
« on: December 21, 2017, 03:13:18 PM »
Yeah trying to import opium from the Middle East was way more volatile, but that was easier than sending a Bitcoin transaction  ::)

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Off Topic / Re: Cryptocurrency
« on: December 21, 2017, 12:45:58 PM »
Yeah, of course you only invest money into it that you can afford to lose. My first bitcoin purchase was 30 bucks, which got cut in half because of the fee needed for the exchange and sending it to my coin wallet (which took 48 hours, not something you`re relaxed with if it was 5 grand)....after that the amount of Bitcoin i was left with was too low to transfer anywhere since the transfer fee was higher then the amount owned  ::)

The whole market depends on what Bitcoin is doing, and right now it isn`t doing well compared to other currency who are trying to overcome all the problems Bitcoin is dealing with.
I have a feeling 2018 will see the rise of a few other coins and a decline of Bitcoin, but that`s just speculation. Altough now is a very good time to invest in some of the smaller coins like Ripple or Electronum as they are still very low.

Have a few colleagues going on about it, it's honestly interesting to hear about, but I'm not really financially able to get involved into this as it stands.  If I was I'd toss half a grand into it and either I lose it or I don't, wouldn't care either way, that's the right approach for these volatile type of investments I think.

If you had bought 100 bucks of Bitcoin back in 2010 you would be settled right now, so why not put a couple of bucks into some other coins and just hold them? My aim is to have around 50 to 100 bucks in the coins that i believe in, so it`s not a big loss if it doesn`t work out.

But yeah, i don`t think there is a more volatile investment than Crypto right now  ;D

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Off Topic / Re: Cryptocurrency
« on: December 21, 2017, 10:12:38 AM »
used it back when btc was 700 quid on darknet. fees too high and transfer times are way too long thanks to the batty boy miners on bitcoin cash.

investing in cryptocurrency has basically become a mainstream thing with news covering it and shit resulting in a ton of market manipulation. all ill say is dont think any crypto will ever overtake bitcoin, because its nearly impossible.

The reasons you`re stating here is why i think one of the other coins will overtake Bitcoin at one moment. All it needs to do is fix all the inconveniences Bitcoin is having and Bitcoin will be dropped very hard. The transaction fees for Bitcoin at the moment are upwards of 30 bucks  :o It`s just a big gamble on which one it`s going to be, i think Ripple and Dash are the main contenders here...

Thanks but no thanks.

I really thought you would be balls deep into this  ::)

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Off Topic / Cryptocurrency
« on: December 20, 2017, 07:28:42 PM »
Anyone here also riding the emotional rollercoaster that are Cryptocurrency?

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Racing / Re: CAWS | Servers
« on: December 18, 2017, 07:45:22 PM »
Sad to even not had the opportunity to try them but i understand the impact of running multiple servers and probably not having the attendance one expects.

All the best PeterV and hope to "meet" you in a future race.

Oh trust me, it`s not the attendance that is the problem here. We used to have weekends with full servers, and seeing as Peter has been here for as long as i can remember i`m surprised he held out as long as he did.

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Off Topic / Re: Assetto Corsa - Corse Clienti Invitation
« on: December 16, 2017, 06:51:43 PM »
Server up!

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Off Topic / Re: Assetto Corsa - Corse Clienti Invitation
« on: December 15, 2017, 06:46:22 PM »
Server up!

Server Name - GPB Corse Clienti
Password - ferrari


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Off Topic / Re: Assetto Corsa - Corse Clienti Invitation
« on: December 14, 2017, 09:48:00 PM »
Lol Jamoz that was funny  ;D , it made me think twice hahaha

You`re a man of sounds....you`re gonna like these cars ;)

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Off Topic / Re: Assetto Corsa - Corse Clienti Invitation
« on: December 14, 2017, 07:48:50 AM »
In other words, join in on a new trackday event in Assetto Corsa! The server will go up on troughout the weekend on 20:00 CET, and will stay up as long as it is populated.

Last Trackday event was a mild succes but still great fun chasing some of you around Imola. It would be great to make this a weekly returning event!

Download the 2 cars and the track following the link above and i hope to see you on the server this weekend!

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Off Topic / Assetto Corsa - Corse Clienti Invitation
« on: December 13, 2017, 11:50:04 PM »
Dear Driver,

If to own a Ferrari is a privilege, then to possess an XX is a kind of apotheosis.
These intriguing letters stand for the three Ferrari programmes dedicated to its most faithful customers who are lucky enough to drive cars produced in very limited numbers and exclusively for the track.

As you own a great collection of our exotic road cars, it is with great pleasure to invite you to our next Corse Clienti event.

This event will be held at the Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway on the dates of the 15th and 16th of December.

You will be staying at the Inn Hotel located 17 kilometers from the racetrack.
Of course all expenses are payed for and you will be given a Ferrari GTC4 Lucco as means of transportation during your stay troughout the weekend.

When you arrive at the racetrack you will be given the option to drive the Ferrari FXX and the Ferarri 599XX.

The FXX was the first laboratory-car. It was launched in 2006 and sports a 860-horsepower 12-cylinder 6.3-litre engine that provides a thrilling performance.
It features comprehensive data-monitoring and telemetry that not only allows the driver to improve performance, but also provides Ferrari technicians with valuable data to improve the FXX and future road-going Ferraris.

The 2009 599XX is a 700-horse power concentrate of technology equipped with very sophisticated systems such as the fans that, sucking the air from the faired bottom of the car and expelling it from two rear pipes, make the vehicle stick to the asphalt, creating a perfect ground effect. Its performance is also thrilling.

The XX Programmes emerged out of the ingenious and rather fascinating idea of involving a group of special customers in the development of the Ferraris of the future, asking them to help provide information to the Corse Clienti technicians.

It would be a great honor to have you participating in our XX programmes.

Sincerely,

Sergio Marchionne

CEO Scuderia Ferrari



Your track access pass can be downloaded at the following link : https://mega.nz/#F!sXxxhahB!Rq710xMHVx1TnAJiIYqFGA




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Off Topic / Re: Assetto GT2 Championship
« on: December 11, 2017, 07:45:07 PM »
Is there a way i could watch the race as a spectator or something?

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Off Topic / Re: Assetto GT2 Championship
« on: December 09, 2017, 09:49:03 PM »
Server offline?

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Off Topic / Re: Assetto Corsa - GPB Trackday Revival
« on: December 09, 2017, 07:59:37 PM »
On my way!

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Off Topic / Re: Assetto Corsa - GPB Trackday Revival
« on: December 09, 2017, 07:20:42 PM »
Server up!

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