|Genre: Simulation||Status: Final|
|Time Unit:Realtime||Theme: Racing|
|Graphics: Text with graphics||Period: Present Time|
|Fee: Optional Premium Accounts|Buy Ingame Advantages||Developer:BATracer|
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Batracer is a browser webgame similar to some racing manager style webgames. However, it is unique in that gameplay centres around the player as the driver, rather than the team manager. This introduces multiplayer team work as an important part of success. BATracer is also more graphically orientated than most browser games with 2d overhead maps, charts, car and helmet painting.
you can play in many carsets which are:
- Formula 1 2007, Formala 1 2006, Formula 1 2002, Forumla 1 1986
- Le Mans Enduro
- V8 Supercar
- A1 GP
- Kit Cars
there are also many more to come.
Play as a driver competing to win the drivers championship
Work with your team mate to secure the constructors championship
Various carsets and race series, race in several series at once
Paint your car and helmet!
Setup your car for optimum speed
Select driving style and race strategy
Changing weather conditions
Different car, tyre and engine attribuites
Practice, qualifying and race
Complete breakdown of the race results including commentary
Circuit maps showing car positions at race end
Championship analysis between teams, drivers and team mates
Lap by lap track map replay
FREE TO PLAY!
Car Setup Page and Practice Laps
For each race you need to tune your car to a particular circuit. Fast circuits need low drag settings, and bumpy circuits need more supple suspension. Check your engineers report for initial advice. When you are ready to drive your first lap, click on TEST.
Driving Laps and Fine Tuning
Each time you take to the circuit you will gain more information about the car and which parameters you need to change. The ideal setup lies somewhere between the indicated "lo" and "hi" values. By positioning the slider for each parameter within this range you can fine tune your setup to perfection. The biggest performance gains are usually made within the first few laps...
This is a Expanded Quickstart Guide based on the official Quickstart guide, which is made by Jerry Ross. The original guide is about how to join a public game, how to setup your car, how to understand the driving style and something more about the race. Here we extract the first part, which explaines how to join a public game.