Correct Daytona Road Course pit exit

I don’t even get why it is so hard for them to do. They quite literally control the path the car takes in every single track so why is it so hard to make the car follow the proper pit exit?

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Im on the side of everyone else that blocking the Pit Exit lane and ejecting Slow moving objects into the path of cars Exceeding 200MPH is Rather Deadly for the people on the Racing line as well as those leaving the Pits most likely from having such a collision

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The current layout sees cars rejoining the track after T2:


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Yes how is this even still in the game if it’s build from the ground up.

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This needs to be fixed so that races can flow smoothly when using pit stops on the road course layout.

Even if the car stays on auto pilot until just about before the pit wall ends would be acceptable I believe.

The IMSA series sees the cars staying on the pit limiter until somewhere between turn 1 and turn 2 so that they have a little time to accelerate before the wall ends and then the quick merge with traffic into turn 3.

I’m sure you guys at Turn 10 can figure this out.

I would love to see my favorite track have proper racing to include safe pit exits for any racing that involves pit stops in the future.

Please, please, please Turn 10, can you fix this?

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Can we expect a hotfix for the pitsexit on the Daytona circuit

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This is my little addition to this insanity!

Here I am exiting the pits, looking back with no control over the car and hoping the “approaching traffic” I’m being warned about but powerless to avoid, sees me and leaves room.

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It even happened in a real race, it got me dying I CAN’T—:rofl::skull:

Built from the ground up, yes. But still did not remove the barricade from the Pit exit road of Daytona’s road course.

The driver of the Audi and Alfa racecars are the ones who played Forza Motorsport :rofl: :joy:
At least the Hyundais are the ones who follows the rules or they play GT7…

Turn 10, you need to unblock the road and place an AI script on that road, that can fix Daytona for sure. This was the funniest issues of all… XD

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I was there for that race and I couldn’t believe what I had seen from the grandstand and then later heard them talking about this on the audio system.

I was both laughing and hurting a little about this.

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I have to agree that this is a huge mistake which ought to be fix.

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With 214 votes & counting, I hope the developers stand to reason and fix the pit lane exits not only on Daytona International Speedway, but Laguna Seca and other tracks using incorrect pit lane exits. It’s decisions like this that upsets loyal Forza players and discourages them from playing the game. Gran Turismo has the correct pit lane exits which puts the latest Forza Motorsport to shame and this is coming from someone who really dislikes Gran Turismo. I want Forza Motorsport to be better, more realistic and more accurate not a copy and paste racer with little to no innovation.

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Also there is a concrete barrier along all the pitlane in Forza which is non-existent in real life

The issue of the incorrect pit exit was already reported in Jan '23:
https://forums.forza.net/t/use-of-correct-pit-lanes/583461?u=mr_mastr

The latest FM update has fixed the Daytona Pit exit as of now. You can now enjoy watching your car head to the pit exit through the road course.

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This topic became the #1 request in the Environment subcategory, and #6 most requested Motorsport Feature overall, with 241 votes. With the Update 6 content update, cars exiting the pitlane of the Sports Car Circuit will now follow the full length of the pitlane and enter the track between turn 2 and turn 3. A barrier has been added on the inside of turn 1 to prevent corner cutting through the pitlane.

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