Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
11/21/19, 10:41 PM

Author Topic: ASA 90 and CUP 90 ??  (Read 2176 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Steven Littrell

  • Crew Chief
  • ****
  • Posts: 158
  • Coolness: 5
    • Littrell Racing
ASA 90 and CUP 90 ??
« on: 12/28/09, 09:15 PM »
what exactly is the difference? or am i just a retard?
RGRL Driver - Steven Littrell #82
http://www.littrellracing.com
http://www.omsra.com

Offline DawsonvilleBill9

  • Global Moderator
  • Veteran Driver
  • *
  • Posts: 10237
  • Coolness: 314
  • Just get 'er done!
Re: ASA 90 and CUP 90 ??
« Reply #1 on: 12/28/09, 10:43 PM »
ASA is American Speed Association not Winston Cup!

Offline Steven Littrell

  • Crew Chief
  • ****
  • Posts: 158
  • Coolness: 5
    • Littrell Racing
Re: ASA 90 and CUP 90 ??
« Reply #2 on: 12/29/09, 04:32 PM »
well i understand that.. but other than the organization that sanctions the events.. what is the differences, as far as coding goes..
RGRL Driver - Steven Littrell #82
http://www.littrellracing.com
http://www.omsra.com

Offline Robert Vining

  • Administrator
  • Veteran Driver
  • *
  • Posts: 8289
  • Coolness: 183
  • I'm All Jacked Up On Mountain Dew!
    • Roberts Web Design
Re: ASA 90 and CUP 90 ??
« Reply #3 on: 12/29/09, 04:34 PM »
The bodies are different Steven... totally different models.

The physics are the same for any of the mods... you got CUP< CTS or GNS to choose from.
Robert Vining, Owner
Racin Grafix
Roberts Web Design

Offline Fisha695

  • Crew Chief
  • ****
  • Posts: 105
  • Coolness: -5
Re: ASA 90 and CUP 90 ??
« Reply #4 on: 12/29/09, 07:08 PM »
what exactly is the difference? or am i just a retard?

Since the difference in the game was already explained I'd figure I'd share a bit about the difference in real life.

The difference between the ASA cars and the Cup cars back then is kinda like the difference between the Hooters Pro-Cup (well whatever it's called now) cars & Cup (or well Nationwide) cars now.

Basically the ASA cars were a step below the NASCAR style Cup cars, but a step above a latemodel. The ASA National series cars were like that until the series demise in the early part of the decade, and the Pro-Cup cars have been like that for a while too.

The NASCAR Canadian Tire/CASCAR & NASCAR Mexican Corona style cars are pretty much like that too, they're a bit more then a Latemodel, but they're not really "enough" more to be on the same "shelf" as a Nationwide/East/West style car.