Can anyone confirm how the suspension position should be understood in the Motec graphs? I made a worksheet with on one hand the suspension position (FL, FR, RL and RR) during a lap. On the other hand I made a graph beneath it with the ride height. I assumed that the suspension position being = 0 means the suspension is bottoming out, or completely compressed, so you should stiffen the springs ( or sometimes stiffen the damper bump). And when the ride height =0, I assume the suspension is fully compressed. The graphs combination of suspension position and ride height show that when the suspension = 0, then the ride height is the highest, and when the ride height is lowest, the suspension position is higher. This would mean that the number of the suspension position represents the rate of extension and not the rate of compression. This means that when the suspension position = 0, the suspension is not bottoming out? So in order to see if the suspension is bottoming out you need to know the suspension travel! Or do I see things wrong?