Vintage SX round 1 - Results

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Vintage SX round 1 - Results

Postby Phathry25 » Tue Jan 03, 2012 4:56 am

First of all, I'm sorry for my fail timing gates. I guess next week I'll change my race length from 60min + 50 laps to something like 2 laps and try a race to see if I get any cuts. :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:

I'd link to the results on the server page, but they would be all wrong anyways. Here's how the advancement broke down.

Heat 1 - Phathry25, BrutalMX
Heat 2 - DJD, Brina
Semi 1 - Prodigy, Tysen, MXBoy118, BruskMinotaur0
Semi 2 - Yzed, Jones, Peter, Wai*Side
LCQ - Markham, Pinned

Main Event
DJD
YZED608
Jones221
Phathry25
PINNEDTOWIN
Brina
MARKHAM
BrutalMX
MXBoy118
BruskMinotaur0
Tysen
Peter
Prodigy

I was really happy with the turnout, hopefully next week I won't be such a fail and things will go smoother. Sign up here

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Re: Vintage SX round 1 - Results

Postby die996 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 11:44 pm

Phathry25 wrote:First of all, I'm sorry for my fail timing gates. I guess next week I'll change my race length from 60min + 50 laps to something like 2 laps and try a race to see if I get any cuts. :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:

I'd link to the results on the server page, but they would be all wrong anyways. Here's how the advancement broke down.

Heat 1 - Phathry25, BrutalMX
Heat 2 - DJD, Brina
Semi 1 - Prodigy, Tysen, MXBoy118, BruskMinotaur0
Semi 2 - Yzed, Jones, Peter, Wai*Side
LCQ - Markham, Pinned

Main Event
DJD
YZED608
Jones221
Phathry25
PINNEDTOWIN
Brina
MARKHAM
BrutalMX
MXBoy118
BruskMinotaur0
Tysen
Peter
Prodigy

I was really happy with the turnout, hopefully next week I won't be such a fail and things will go smoother. Sign up here

Yeah, timing gates was a fail and jumps were really weird. I've seen old races and tracks were nothing like this one. In vintage racing there were NO RYTHMN SECTIONS and jumps were quite smooth and easy
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Re: Vintage SX round 1 - Results

Postby Jones221 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 11:46 pm

Die, you are a dipshit....
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Re: Vintage SX round 1 - Results

Postby die996 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 10:05 pm

If you're out of ideas for the next Vintage SX rounds please check out these videos :

1983 AMA SX season in review


One of the first editions of the Superbowl of motocross


1982 AMA SX @ San Diego (I love the stands thing in this one)


I know some lines change with this game's physics but the feeling overall would be damn retro thanks to the singles, the doubles, the tabletops and the steep whoops
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Re: Vintage SX round 1 - Results

Postby Jones221 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 10:36 pm

Dude Die. We know what we are doing. God damn..
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Postby articwolf01 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 10:37 pm

I wish i could help with this, but another idea for the vintage SX would be the First supercross ever. It was in 1972, and it was called the Superbowl of Motocross held in Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. I dont know how to make tracks, But this is a beautiful creation right here. Look at the ticket prices to! :D

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Postby articwolf01 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 10:39 pm

double post Sorry. I know you guys know what your doing. I still think im going to get flack for this though. :P
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Re: Vintage SX round 1 - Results

Postby die996 » Sat Jan 07, 2012 1:24 am

articwolf01 wrote:I wish i could help with this, but another idea for the vintage SX would be the First supercross ever. It was in 1972, and it was called the Superbowl of Motocross held in Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. I dont know how to make tracks, But this is a beautiful creation right here. Look at the ticket prices to! :D

http://i1143.photobucket.com/albums/n62 ... _track.jpg

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Re: Vintage SX round 1 - Results

Postby Addair435 » Sat Jan 07, 2012 3:20 am

die996 wrote:
articwolf01 wrote:I wish i could help with this, but another idea for the vintage SX would be the First supercross ever. It was in 1972, and it was called the Superbowl of Motocross held in Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. I dont know how to make tracks, But this is a beautiful creation right here. Look at the ticket prices to! :D

http://i1143.photobucket.com/albums/n62 ... _track.jpg

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Re: Vintage SX round 1 - Results

Postby Phathry25 » Sun Jan 08, 2012 8:57 pm

die996 wrote:Yeah, timing gates was a fail and jumps were really weird. I've seen old races and tracks were nothing like this one. In vintage racing there were NO RYTHMN SECTIONS and jumps were quite smooth and easy


Umm, the videos you ended up posting strongly contradict what you just said the tracks were like. Besides, all the videos you posted are too early. Clearly I'm going for a mid 80's feel, hence the '85 YZ125.... I have to build the jumps retarded and steep so that we don't just do all the big rhythms that riders do today. I think I've captured the feel of racing a vintage track well enough. Having to slow down for the jumps and use the throttle up the face instead of rolling off of them.

Jones221 wrote:Dude Die. We know what we are doing. God damn..


Who is the "we" you speak of?

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Re: Vintage SX round 1 - Results

Postby Jones221 » Sun Jan 08, 2012 9:06 pm

Phathry25 wrote:
Jones221 wrote:Dude Die. We know what we are doing. God damn..


Who is the "we" you speak of?


I wanted to be like the JB of this series. Act like I am part of it.
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Re: Vintage SX round 1 - Results

Postby die996 » Sun Jan 08, 2012 9:07 pm

Phathry25 wrote:
die996 wrote:Yeah, timing gates was a fail and jumps were really weird. I've seen old races and tracks were nothing like this one. In vintage racing there were NO RYTHMN SECTIONS and jumps were quite smooth and easy

Umm, the videos you ended up posting strongly contradict what you just said the tracks were like. Besides, all the videos you posted are too early. Clearly I'm going for a mid 80's feel, hence the '85 YZ125.... I have to build the jumps retarded and steep so that we don't just do all the big rhythms that riders do today. I think I've captured the feel of racing a vintage track well enough. Having to slow down for the jumps and use the throttle up the face instead of rolling off of them.
Jones221 wrote:Dude Die. We know what we are doing. God damn..

Who is the "we" you speak of?

Sorry, I didn't really look at the year of the bike and I know it's hard to recreate the feeling since we can't tweak the engines
Here you have a couple of videos if you want some extra inspiration






PS : thanks for pwning Jones :)
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