Super Moderator and PCars Overseer
- Mar 13, 2016
Setup is always a nice discussion point. Firstly it's down to how you drive and how you want the car to feel. I always play around with camber and toe-in in the rear. I also do some testing to get the dampers right as I don't like the default setup on those. I always go for a setup that feels stable to me with a quick and responsive front end (don't like understeer).Side note: setup differences such as toe, camber, mechanical vs aero grip? Ofc tire pressures.
I ask because if it's right in the middle where neither is optimal, could I change the setup enough to run one enough to make a difference?
The most important thing that I've learned is to do race testing with full fuel to learn how to drive fast and consistent. This is the main goal for me. It's good to be fast in quali but if you don't have a good race setup...you probably have issues during the race that makes you loose a lot of time. Quite often, slower is faster