Jersey Tom wrote:The way a virtual car responds, particularly F1, is in no way indicative of the real deal. They put together something that they hope is representative. I will say that the tire model in rFactor is particularly poor.
Don't go by real life values when doing game setups. Go by what works.
Also, I find that the baseline setups are not very good.
According to the Spaniard, Hamilton always takes the corners very aggressively, while Kovalainen is able to be just as fast with a softer approach.
Miguel wrote:Scuderia_Russ, the key word here is Turkey. It all went down for Heikki from here. While slower, I don't remember Heikki being that far from Lewis in the previous races.
Belatti wrote:I think the problem is in the rear wing, Heikki won´t get enough speed with that angle of attack!
Plus isn't it a bit weird how the Front anti-roll stops at 195 n/mm and yet the front spring goes up to 268n/mm.
But again, remember that a lot of these values are probably pure guesses or severely fudged. Don't think it's in any current F1 team's best interest to be giving away suspension parameters for consumption by the public (other than some obvious things).
To help correct slight understeer, move the weight distribution to the rear, 1 click at a time until it is gone.
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