rFactor AI Calibration Tutorial

Many sim racers feel that the AI in rFactor is rather poor and can not be improved to offer a good racing experience. While it is true that due to the mass of different mods and tracks, the AI can be pretty bad right out of the box but there are ways to improve that.

rFactor track guru Alex Sawczuk aka The Lonely has dug up an extensive tutorial on AI calibration in rFactor originally written by Rob Cook back in 2006, showing how to help the AI to properly learn new tracks.

Visit rFactor AI Calibration Tutorial Here

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  • http://www.tltracks.com Alex

    Actually I didn’t write it. I just took it from here. http://forum.racesimcentral.com/showthread.php?t=262652

    I was going to edit in the credits before I released Jerez, but I guess someone else read it first :tongue:

  • MrCobbs

    If the AI knocks off his front wing half way through one of the laps – does this ruin the process?

  • http://www.tltracks.com Alex

    Redo it turning damage of perhaps?

  • MrCobbs

    Yeah, that thought struck me the moment after posting :P Cheers :)

  • digitalxni

    I assume I have to repeat this process for every track?

  • http://www.slnart.com SLN

    Your assumption is correct.

  • http://www.virtualr.net Montoya

    Alex: Actually I didn’t write it. I just took it from here. http://forum.racesimcentral.com/showthread.php?t=262652I was going to edit in the credits before I released Jerez, but I guess someone else read it first:tongue:

    I somehow assumed it was you who wrote it :happy:

    Text has been changed :grin:

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