In addition to what @Slicker wrote you can also have the slow bump 1 oe 2 clicks higher than the slow rebound. This can help a little bit but isn't a wonder sollution. I haven't tested the night yet. Also, when testing, have the telemtry hud open to see how even the heat is on the ryres. If the camber is a little off, you can have quite a big difference between the outer and inner side of the tyre and this could also mean that the overall temp could be lower. A more optimal camber for the corner should give a bit more temp for the whole tyre.Guys, I need your advice. The race will be in the winter and it will be cold outside about 3 degrees. I cannot correct tune my front tires. It's cold all the time, about 40 - 50 degrees, max 70 between the second part of the first sector and the second sector.
Who can give me some advice about how to increase tire temperature?
For sure I'm using a soft tire compound all the time because it's very cold for a race.
PS. All degrees in Celsius.
Looking at the standings it is def poised to be a cracker of a season finale.the top 4 spots still to be decided and what a way to end it at Spa with the mist falling on us like it did at the start of the season..this will be a good one
just wish i'd stuck it out at dubai - that dnf has taken me right out of contentionLooking at the standings it is def poised to be a cracker of a season finale.the top 4 spots still to be decided and what a way to end it at Spa with the mist falling on us like it did at the start of the season..this will be a good one
One thing project cars two does get right is the day/night transitions.i think it always looks amazing when we race like thatstill looking forward to the race though - great track - the key will be coping with the cold tyres through the night - wishing everyone good luck for what should be a fantastic finale