Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Gerry.ITA, Dec 17, 2019.
Attention, what il this? Cheater??
Trying to get people to dl your hack, huh? I gotta give you credit for posting it in the S3 forums.
Worthless hack, though. Sorry you spent so much time on it.
I think you didn't understand.
after the last update
I was very puzzled by a photo sent to me by friends of my team (ballas)
and relate to the times in one in the touring class competitions I see some abyssal separations compared to those who are very fast I speak of julian kunze, david toccaceli that I am always among the first ones it seems impossible to me that they take 5 seconds from the first and 2-3 seconds from the rest , so I did a search and I came across this that I am attaching to, I hope you will be able to find the deception because I honestly would mind that there is someone who cheats thanks.
Those times were set on the old physics by players who hadn't updated the game when that competition went live. That competition has now been removed as far as I know and a new one created. Should not be a problem now.
Yes, I saw. good.
I was worried about the arrival of cheaters also on RR
. fortunately I was wrong.
That why I asked the question in this post but unfortunately the "strange" under 1.40 laptimes are not removed yet (nor was the competition removed or a new one created).
I completely agree with Gerry.ITA when he says that these "leaders" of the competition can't be 4 or 5 seconds per lap faster than Julian Kunze and Davide Toccaceli.
Still nothing new for this competition...
See Scout's post above. There was an issue at the time the competition was created that allowed users to join without updating the game, so they were still using the old, pre-update physics and hence were faster than everyone who had updated the game. That's why this competition has been ended prematurely and a new one has been started: http://game.raceroom.com/competitions/993/leaderboard
It's not possible to join without updating the game anymore, so this issue has been solved and had nothing to do with cheats or hacks.
Sorry Christian, I had kept the link to the old competition.
Ah, right, now I see what you meant.
Yes, the link still brings you to the leaderboard but it has been closed and the results have been un-ranked so they won't count towards the rating score.
Just for your information, it seems that some laptimes recorded in the leaderboards have not been reset or erased (for example, the Nissan laptimes at Scandinavian Raceway). They won't be beaten soon!
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