ubrben wrote:Which of those things wouldn't you do and why?
I appear to have dug a large hole for myself mainly because I noted that, personally, I have never seen a asymmetric F1 set-up. I could, by the way, say the same about several other open wheeler series.
Fortunately, I suppose, it is not usually my job to comment on customer set-ups, but it is my job to advise and interpret the messages the vehicle delivers when it is being excited on a rig. It is certainly not my job to compare the set-ups of different teams for the direct benefit of one or another.
So, you can feel free to do anything you like to a race vehicle & I will comment mainly on what my analysis routines tell me. One of the measures is "symmetry rating". That, by the way, has been helpful to me & (I hope) to my customers both for road course & for oval cars (except NASCAR, I admit).