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Bahrain Q1 setup (proper thread)

Discussion in 'Formula SimRacing' started by Mikko Puumalainen, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. Here's another setup, 1:30.018 in Q1 trim with splits for a 29.7.

    Not a lot of changes to the Melbourne one: wings, gears, differential settings, 100 front arb and 70 rear spring.

    The biggest improvement came from throttlebraking in to the hairpins, I gained at least 1 tenth per hairpin by doing so (which sucks for any of us non-throttlebrakers out there).

    Unfortunately I forgot to put Motec on today so I've added a motec file from yesterday, from a 1:30.191.

    http://l8.fi/~mipuumal/FSR/MP-009L-1_30_018.rar
     
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  2. Thanks Mikko :)

    One day you could do some good tutorials for newbies or begginers :)
     
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  3. Tutorials may be good for non-beginners too :)
     
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  4. Specially from an exprienced driver as Mikko :)
     
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  5. If for tutorials you mean setup guides, there are plenty of F1 setup guides around the Internet.
     
  6. Its different, cause I suppose that experienced drivers follows a procedure or something,..
     
  7. The Race2play application is quite good for working through a system for setups, I can't remember exactly where I got it from but I'm pretty sure it was through a link posted on these forums.

    And thanks again Mikko, especially on the telemetry front, its been very helpful in identifying the area's I need to work on most :)
     
  8. Thanks for the replies.

    Since some people asked me about this, here's my Controller.ini. It's mostly default I think, 450 wheel degrees, speed sensitivity 0 and I think most importantly: Steer Ratio Speed="0.00000" // Speed at which low speed steering lock override ends (for pit navigation, units are meters/sec, 0.0 to disable)

    "Steer Ratio Speed" is basicly a reverse "Speed Sensitivity", in my opinion it ruins the feel of any car, some people disagree though so don't take it as something that will definitely work for you.

    ´http://l8.fi/~mipuumal/FSR/Controller.ini
     
  9. Didnt knew that aspect. Gonna try it. Thanks Mikko :)