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Depois de comprar as peças, é bom dar uma passada no banco.
Vai para o banco que você escolheu, ele sempre estava com o nome em Amarelo.
No Banco você pode ver sua conta bancária que esta em £ 11.298.491
agora, você tem a chance de fazer um investimento entre na opção Fixed term investment
Agora, você coloque a importância de dinheiro que você quer investir, o tempo de duração desse investimento e e a Taxa internacional que você quer.
Confirmando isso você vai até a opção Current fixed term invst.
para ver quais são os seus investimentos com as taxas internacional e o tempo que elas duram.
Agora vai até insurance (Seguro) lá você vai fazer um seguro de seus pilotos em caso de eles ficarem doentes ou até de incapacidade de correrem ou de morte
Você ver que fazer os seguros dos pilotos não requer muito investimento, mas procure não fazer termos para pilotos famosos. Pois como você ver por exemplo: Alain Prost, os preços são terrivelmente caros, só faça se você tiver dinheiro mesmo.
Pronto, com tudo pronto pode sair do Banco.
Agora você vai até a opção Hierarchy (hierarquia) para definir quem vão ser o 1ºpiloto, 2ºpiloto e o piloto de testes.
Aqui eu acabei definindo que Alain Prost é o primeiro piloto, Olivier Panis é o segundo piloto e Michael Quintana é o piloto de testes, nesse painel você tem as disputas entre os companheiros de equipe, até para ver qual dos dois pilotos vem produzindo mais.
Agora vai até a opção Race Overview para ver as 17 etapas do campeonato e suas caracteristicas.
Com as respectivas datas da Temporada de 1995:
AS a Result of The unsatisfactory resurfacing work completed in 1995 Interlagos Has Become a track where both men and machines require enormous strength and enrurance. It is a very varied track, with two very fast straights where the drivers can get uip to top speed and very slow bends, some of which can only be negotiated in first gear. For this reason, Most drivers use greater donwforce and prefer to reduce thier top speed so as to gain speed in the bends.
Buenos Aires is one of the slowest circuits in formula One. Cars need a lot of downforce since there is only one straight on which speeds of over 280 km/h are possible. A high number of drop-outs are common at Buenos Aires, as are spectacular accidentes at the stars, since the cars take a slow right-hander just a few hundred metres after the start. Otherwise this track has particular peculiarities.
The modifications which were completed in 1995 have slowed the track down a bit but have also made it safer. For example, the fast Tamburello corner has been turned into a chicane to reduce the risks posed by the old bend, which could be taken at speeds of up to 300 km/h. Imola is one of the two “Ferrari” races, and drivers form the other teams can’t expect much support here. At the end of the race the Tifosi start moving onto the track during the slow-down lap, and this makes it difficult for the cars to reach the Park Ferme.
The Circuit de Catalunya is one of the fastest tracks in Formula 1, where speeds of over 300 km/h and very high cornering speeds are possible. The drop-out rate on this track is very high. The high cornering speeds take a huge toll on both the cars and the drivers, and the small concealed bumps contribute to the stress as well. A very reliable car is absolutely essential if you want to be among the winners.
Monaco is one of the traditionl races in the Formula 1 calendar, and almost any driver would regard a victory here as the highlight of his career. Monte Carlo is a tight city circuit, and the driver who takes the pole after training has a very godd chance of winning the race itself. However, on this track accidents are very common in the first bend. There are not many opportunities to overtake, and the engines can soon become overheated a result of driving in the slipstream of the car in front; so the drivers have to keep a close eye on their engine temperature throughout the race.
Montreal is probably the most unusual track in the world; ‘a few straights and lots of chicanes’ just about sums it up Because of the constant braking and acceleration, fuel consumption and material wear increase very rapidly. Montreal is also a very dangerous circuit, since it has high bankings and very few safety zones. The circuit is on an island and is thus completely surrounded by water.
From a driver’s point of view Magny-Cours is one of the less demanding tracks, and top speeds of over 300 km/h are possible on the fastest straight. There are only two corners ehere the drivers have to change down first gear and slow down to under 70 km/h. A certain Number of cars can always be expected to drop out on this circuit, but because of the fast left and right combination there tend not to be many accidents at the start.
Silverstone is the Mecca of Formula 1 Racing. The first ever Grand prix was held on this former military airfield on 13 may 1950. However, today’s Silverstone has very little in common with the high speed circuit of the past. The track has been made slower at many points to provide greater safety for the drivers, but avarage lap speeds of 202 km/h are still common here, and the top speed is around 300 km/h.
Hockenheim is the second fastest circuit in Formula 1. The top speed here is over 320 km/h, even faster than at monza. if you want toi win at hockenheim you need a fast, reliable car, if you don’t have reliable engine there’s no point even turning up at the starting line. Since drivers generally use very little downforce on this circuit, they must be particularly carefull on the few but extremely tricky slow corners.
A Tight circuit where it is very difficult to overtake if you want to win here it helps if you have a bit of the go-cart driver in you. Hungary is not slow or particularly fast either. Because of the slow 180º bend at the end of the finishing straight there is a real risk of accidente immediately after the start. Hardly and cars are likely to drop out because of technical failure at this track.
Spa is one of the most attractive and hardest races in Formula 1. The challenging Eau-Rouge corner was mode slower in 1994, but was restored to its original form in 1995. This means that an important part of Spa has been retained and all the drivers, whether they love this corner or hate it, are now satisfied with the extended safety zones. Accidente at the start are very likely at Spa since the drivers have to get into position for a 50 km/h right-hander immediately after the start.
Monza is easily the most famous racing circuit in the world. It is also the fastest are practically inevitable as a result of the chicane at the end of the starting straight, which is taken at speeds of around 310 km/h, and every year brings a new crop of such accidentes. Clever team managers bring optimally tuned spare cars to this cricuit so that they can stay at the front even after an accident at the start. Material requirements at this track are the same as at Hockenheim.
Estoril is a difficult circuit and the tanque bend, which was rebuilt for the 1995 season and now has to be taken at speeds of around 40 km/h, is the slowest in Formula 1. For the remainder of the circuit the drivers must have a good level of fitness since the three fast right-handers exert massive stress on the drivers’ Neck muscles. Estoril’s wide variety of bends make it probably the most important test track in Formula 1.
After an absence of 10 years the Nürburgring has returned to the Formula 1 calendar. The “Green Hell” still has a legendary reputation in the world of motor racing. The circuit has been made slower for Formula 1 races and several safey zones have been added. Since no races have been held at this track for 10 years we cannot any forecasts for the race.
Tanaka, Anda is a very Short Track where drivers have very few opportunities to overtake. Because of the hard right-hander accidentes are not uncommon at the start of a race. Aida is one of the two japanese races which were held consecultively for the first time in 1995. this gives the team managers the opportunity to save on expenses, and many of the smaller teams did not vother to fly home before the race at Suzuka. With its good ratio of corners to fast straight scetions, Aida is a very demanding track.
Suzuka is the only circuit in the world which is in the shape of a figure-of-eight. Unfortunately there is usually the likelihood of rain, which means that a large number of cars can be expected to drop out. The circuit’s many gradients give it the feel of a roller coaster. It has hardly any straights and there is only one short section where the drivers can reach speed in excess of 300 km/h. With its many bends, Suzuka is one of the most difficult circuits in Formula 1.
Adelaide Traditionally marks the end of the Formula 1 season. It is a very balanced and demanding circuit with a long 300 km/h straight and many tight bends and chicanes. The drivers have to chance down to first gear four times, and they need a lot of concentration when overtaking the back markers because they go into a 60 km/h bend right at the end of the fastest straight. A reliable car is an absolute must for Adelaide.