All News: Ray Bryden


September 23rd, 2009 by

I’m no stickler, but ‘telemetry’ is not the right word for collecting data from a simulated car. I’m not holding my breath about a change in nomenclature, but I’ll just note quietly, that the true meaning of the term ‘telemetry’ is something like “far off + measure.”  True if applied to a real racecar, but … Read the Rest »

Skidpadman – Effect of the Rear Anti-Roll Bar

September 5th, 2009 by

When iRacing threw in the free skidpad to the list of goodies in the recent update, I decided it was time to learn things about car handling systematically starting with a car with only a few setup variables – the Skip Barber F2000. I checked four different rear anti-roll bar (RARB) settings, and at least … Read the Rest »

Lotus (79) Stew

August 28th, 2009 by

I had an embarrassing start in the Lotus 79 and was far off the pace in my first online practice at the Glen. It was due to a couple of reasons – I’d never tried Watkins Glen in iRacing, and I was using the baseline setup. I was doing okay in the fast sections but … Read the Rest »