Canada George Russell: Even the best simulator cannot simulate fear

17:30  18 october  2020
17:30  18 october  2020 Source:   formel1.de

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How realistic are Formula 1 simulators? - Very, thinks George Russell - The missing G-forces are not the main difference to reality for him.

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simulators have become an integral part of the world of motorsport. Thanks to them, teams come to the track with a well-prepared car without having driven a meter. While the simulators now perfectly simulate reality, there are still differences. (Guide: Your entry into sim racing!)

Often the missing G-forces are brought into the field, which a simulator cannot reproduce. Williams driver George Russell, however, brings up another factor: the fear factor.

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"You're not scared at all in the simulator," says the 22-year-old. "It's not like we piss each other [in reality] while driving. But if you make a mistake in the simulator, you press the reset button and start over. In reality, you give yours Mechanics a bit of work, to say the least. "

simulators have now reached an enormous level of detail. Often the virtual world can no longer be distinguished from the real world. But there are still areas in which a good simulation differs from a less good one: the tires.

"It's incredibly difficult to simulate the tires," said Russell. "They are incredibly complex in their temperature development, how they work, how they deform in curves and the air pressure is higher and lower. Then there are different mixtures. That is incredibly difficult to simulate."

"For me, this is the difference between a top simulation and a less good one: the tire model."

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