I've got my computer up and running with a new/replaced/warrantied PSU. I also went with another ISP. It is there fastest internet package at 100Mbs. It is a heck of a lot faster than what I had before. My ping times have not really changed, but the Tech guy reminded me that the server everyone has to use for their speed test with PRL is 2, 560 miles away (New York). Heck, that is almost twice as far as many players in Canada. Anyhow, my download speed is right at 104Mbs and my upload is much better at about 9 to 10Mbs. That should be a tremendous improvement over what I had before 6.9 Mbs Down, and 800K up. The reason I did not go with this faster internet in the past was the cost and reliability (I hope it will be reliable enough to get me through 1 full race, LOL). 100Mbs is also very expensive here, so I'm looking forward to new competition coming to my home town in the near future. The best of luck to all of you in Hungary
1) This week we are at the Hungaroring where downforce reigns supreme. How do you like this track?
It is okay. This will be the first race I will be using a faster internet provider. It will be interesting to say the least.
2) Robert Kubica drove the 2017 Renault car here last weekend. Do you think he will be back on the F1 Grid?
Haven't the slightest idea.
3) F1 2017 revealed some more features for career mode. Which game mode do you spend the most time in?
Multiplayer and quick race are my choices. Quick race gives me a chance to run 50% races if all I want to do is to run a full qualifying session to see if I can keep up with the big boys. I use "legend" AI on purpose to see how I am doing because nick, Dark, and some of the other really fast guys are driving at the Legend AI speed level
However, there is nothing like just getting on Multiplayer and just racing one after another. That gives me a good idea of how my car will really handle on any given track. Today, I raced 24 races in a row, and I actually won the 1st place trophy for all the tracks in a given set. Yes, can you believe I was actually able to run that many races, in a row, without connection issues? Maybe my new connection was the way to go... lol