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BMW Z4 GT3 @ Zandvoort

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Setups' started by ROBY F1, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. ROBY F1

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    Roby F1 Ita - qualifying lap online mode 1:36.540 - Video hotlap + setup on youtube/robyf1ita
    No Assists - Fuel rate 1x - Tyre wear 1x - damage on
     

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  2. Leprekaun

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    Here is my Zandvoort setup. Best time: 1.38.1 on mediums and 1:37.9 on softs (1 click less all round in tyre pressures if using softs) in server conditions so possible to go quicker with optimal hotlap conditions
     

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  3. Vascu Dalmao

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    Why less pressure to soft tyre? Isn't it supposed to be the other way around?
    What I mean is that are supposed mediums tyre need less pressure to get temperature and soft need more pressure for not overheat. :thumbsdown:
     
  4. Cristian Haba

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    The more pumped up a tire is the more rigid it becomes, what follows is less grip due to scrubbing/friction. Thus higher tire pressure leads to elevated temperatures. @Vascu Dalmao
     
  5. Vascu Dalmao

    Vascu Dalmao

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    Yes, I know that, and that was in the old Assetto Corsa, but with the last tyre model happen otherwise. A clear example are the Mugello´s setups, you need +2 or +3 PSI in the left tyres respect to the right to combat the overheating.