Originally Posted by AvanT
Law of physics will prevailed.....heheeehe
U'll be depleting the batteries quicker than U're charging it.
For racing application, for sure U're not gonna let go the throttle way way before approaching the corner (to recharge the batt),
so there's actually a very short distance for U to recuperate the juice at every braking point.
Would be interesting to know how far can the battery last during the timeattack though :)
Yep, I'm very interested to know as well how's the battery would last in real life time attack.
There will be very little chance to recharge the battery in the track coz last point hard brakings produces more heat than the kinetic energy required to recharge the battery.
In GT5 simulation it lasted 1 half lap of Suzuka... :P
The interesting thing is if you FI the CRZ in GT5, the car actually draw less battery ( less motor assist?) then again this is computer simulation, so it could be a software bug rather than 100% real life representationof the car...don't flame me for this ya :P