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Mr. C - tips/hints/points/setups

Discussion in 'R3E Setups' started by Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan, Jan 3, 2016.

  1. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    Mr.C avid sim-racer

    My Setup :
    : Processor - Intel Core I7-4790K 4.00GHz
    RAM - 16G DDR3
    Video card - Nvidia GeForce GTX980 4G RAM
    2 x SSD - 1 x steam, 1 x windows and 1 x HDD
    Monitor - ASUS ROG PG279Q
    SimGear home : Wheel - Thrustmaster T500RS
    Pedals - Fanatec V3
    Headset - SteelSeries Siberia V2
    SimGear truck : Laptop - Lenovo Pavilion DV7 (kinda old but still kicking)
    Wheel - Thrustmaster T500RS View attachment 161689
    Pedals - Fanatec V3
    - I use setup engineer cause I am a noob and don't know all things do.
    * FIX for setup engineer opening browser at start
    1) "run as administrator".
    2) Delete all of the website files (4 or 5) in one of the folders, stops the internet access.

    RaceRoom Settings :

    For T500 or Thrustmaster users:

    I use T500 Config Manager to change the profile from sim to sim or car to car.
    Steering rotation and lock
    - GTR3, DTM13/14/15, Aquila CR1, Group5 - 540Degrees wheel + game / 16-20 lock car setup
    - WTCC 13/14/15, NSu, Audi TT, Silhouette, 540Degress wheel + game / 12 - 18 lock car setup
    - some "aliens" use for WTCC13/14/15, Nsu, etc. , <250Degrees wheel+game/10-16 car setup

    Thrustmaster T500RS wheel settings:
    Overall strength - 60%
    Constant - 100%
    Periodic - 70%
    Steering force intensity - 75%
    Spring - 100%

    Damper - 80%
    Auto Center - by the game 12%

    RaceRoom force feedback settings:
    General Force feedback settings :
    Force feedback intensity - 100%
    Smoothing - 15%
    Force feedback spring - 0%
    Force feedback damper - 0%

    Steering force settings :

    Force feedback Minimum force - 10%
    Understeer - 60%
    Vertical Load - 60%
    Lateral Force - 75%
    Steering Rack - 100%

    Force feedback effect settings :
    Slip effect - 45%
    Engine vibrations - 0%
    Kerb vibrations - 30%
    Shift effect - 0

    RaceRoom Car Setups List

    Aquila CR1 CUP
    - Aquila CR1 - Raceroom Raceway Bridge - 1.14.094
    - Aquila CR1 - RaceRoom Raceway Classic Sprint - 1.22.716

    - Aquila CR1 - RedBull Ring Spielberg - 1.35.631
    - Aquila CR1 - Salzburgring - 1.24.543

    KTM X-Bow
    - KTM X-bow - Zandvoort Club - 1.02.098
    Audi TT Sport Cup15/16
    - Audi TT15 - Monza (Junior) - 50.923
    - Audi TT15 - Brands Hatch - 47.901
    - Audi TT15 - Suzuka East - 51.826
    - Audi TT16 - Oschersleben - 1.33.399
    - Audi TT16 - Macau - 2.29.938

    - P1 DMD P20 - Spa Francorchamps - 2.57.746
    - P2 Radical SR9 AER - Indianapolis GP - 1.19.817
    - P2 Mistral M531 - Laguna Seca - 1.16.406
    - P2 Chevrolet Corvette Daytona - Spa Francorchamps - 2.06.606
    - P2 Chevrolet Corvette Daytona - Monza - 1.40.310

    - ProCar - BMW M1 - Norisring - 52.189
    - ProCar - BMW M1 - Sachsenring - 1.24.103

    Touring Classics
    - TouringClassics Volvo240Turbo - Norisring - 53.189
    - TouringClassics Volvo240Turbo - Sachsenring - 1.23.894
    - TouringClassics Nissan Skyline GTR R32 - Norisring - 52.386

    DTM 92
    - DTM92 Audi V8 DTM - Nurburgring GrandPrix - 2.02.554
    - DTM92 Audi V8 DTM - Norisring - 52.946
    - DTM92 Audi V8 DTM - Sachsenring - 1.23.523
    - DTM92 Mercedes 190E Evo II DTM - Sonoma Sprint - 1.13.881
    - DTM92 Mercedes 190E Evo II DTM - Sachsenring - 1.23.411
    - DTM92 Mercedes 190E Evo II DTM - Norisring - 53.067

    DTM 13/14/15
    - DTM13 Audi RS 5 - Moscow Raceway Full - 1.32.895
    - DTM13/14/15 - Audi RS 5 - Salzburgring - 1.14.891/1.14.970/1.13.680
    - DTM13 Audi RS 5 - Oschersleben - 1.20.362
    - DTM15 Audi RS 5 - Norisring - 48.402
    - DTM15 Mercedes-AMG C63 - Norisring - 48.296

    WTCC 13
    - WTCC13 BMW - Indianapolis Moto - 1.44.726
    - WTCC13 BMW - Sachsenring - 1.24.973
    - WTCC13 BMW - RaceRoom National - 1.21.942
    - WTCC13 Seat - RaceRoom National - 1.21.239
    - WTCC13 Seat - Sachsenring - 1.24.545

    WTCC 14
    - WTCC14 Honda Civic - Sonoma(WTCC) - 1.37.041
    - WTCC14 Honda Civic - Bathurst - 2.04.510

    - WTCC14 Honda Civic - Suzuka West - 1.15.297
    - WTCC14 Honda Civic - Laguna Seca - 1.22.396
    - WTCC14 Honda Civic - Spa Francorchamps - 2.17.450

    WTCC 15
    - WTCC15 Lada Vesta - Sonoma WTCC - 1.33.389
    - WTCC15 Lada Vesta - Zolder - 1.32.451
    - WTCC15 Lada Vesta - Moscow Raceway FIM - 1.38.173
    - WTCC15 Lada Vesta - Paul Ricard solution 3C - 1.29.518
    - WTCC15 Lada Vesta - Mid-Ohio Short - 1.11.367
    - WTCC15 Honda Civic - Oschersleben - 1.29.677
    - WTCC15 Honda Civic - Sonoma WTCC - 1.38.693
    - WTCC15 Honda Civic - Shanghai WTCC - 1.47.914
    - WTCC15 Citroen C Elyse - Shanghai WTCC - 1.48.564
    - WTCC15 Chevrolet RML Cruze TC1 - Oschersleben - 1.29.904
    - WTCC15 Chevrolet RML Cruze TC1 - Shanghai WTCC - 1.48.028

    GTO Classics
    - GTO Audi - Suzuka GrandPrix - 2.01.955
    Group 5
    - Group 5 - Zackspeed Capri - Salzburgring - 1.19.251
    - Group 5 - Fabcar935 - Salzburgring - 1.18.230
    - Group5 - Chevrolet Corvette - Salzburgring - 1.18.919

    GTR 1
    - GTR1 Saleen S7R - Bathurst - 1.57.127
    GTR 2
    - GTR2 Cadillac CTS-V.R - Oschersleben - 1.24.583
    - GTR2 BMW M3 GT2 - Oschersleben - 1.24.295

    GTR 3
    - GT3 RUF12RT - Sonoma (Sprint) - 1.10.673
    - GT3 RUF12RT - Mid-Ohio Chicane - 1.26.775
    - GT3 Bentley - Suzuka GrandPrix - 2.01.804
    - GT3 Bentley - Indianapolis GP - 1.25.129
    - GT3 Bentley - Zolder - 1.29.511
    - GT3 Bentley - Spa Francorchamps - 1.17.066
    - GT3 Audi R8 - Mid Ohio Chicane - 1.26.716
    - GT3 P4-5 Competizione - Mid Ohio - 1.26.878
    - GT3 Chevrolet Corvette - Spa Francorchamps - 1.17.420

    FR2 Cup
    - Formula RaceRoom 2 - Mido Ohio Full 1.10.724
    Tatuus F4 Cup
    - Tatuus F4 Cup - Laguna Seca - 1.23.497
    - Tatuus F4 Cup - Bathurst - 2.07.357

    FRJ Cup
    - Formula RaceRoom Junior - Paul Richard 2A Short - 1.22.230
    - Formula RaceRoom Junior - Brands Hatch - 48.754
    - Formula RaceRoom Junior - Hockenheimring Short - 1.05.532
    - Formula RaceRoom Junior - Zandvoort Club - 1.04.985

    NSU TTs Cup
    - NSU TTs Cup - Moscow Raceway Sprint - 1.20.397
    - NSU TTs Cup - Brands Hatch - 57.706
    - NSU TTs Cup - Salzburgring - 1.47.118

    Silhouette Series
    - Silhouette R52 - RaceRoom Raceway bridge - 1.12.068


    Tips + Tricks
    1.AWESOME START EACH TIME! in any car on any track
    A. in this game you can't jump the start in online/multiplayer races, so this is the most important thing;
    B.put the car(any car) in 1st gear and depending on car half,quarter or full throttle, some examples : NSU- 100%, WTCC 13/14/15 Half to 3 quarters, DTM 92 all most full,just below red line, DTM13/14/15 half, P1 full, P2 below red line;
    REMEMBER since you can't jump start you don't need the clutch, just keep the acc. pressed at the presets above and the car will launch of the line as soon as it's green, you will not have a better reaction time than this;
    D. Go to SETTINGS - CONTROL SETTINGS - ADVANCED SETTINGS - CLUTCH BITTING POINT 1(it's at the bottom of the page).

    2.Leaderboard lap -here we are looking for the last tenth at any expense!

    A. On some tracks before you go on your hot lap (Paul Ricard) you can deviate from normal entry line in the last corner and have a better run for your flying lap.It's not mandatory to follow the racing line before the last corner, just remember that you are coming with a bigger speed than normal so adjust your T1 brake point;
    B. Most people go full camber on LB because no tire wear, but sometimes more camber can create understeer so testing is required before we go there;
    C. Setup from LB will work on normal online races, but preferably the setup should be created in an extended Qualy session as that resembles the most with race session from my experience, might be wrong(developers can jump in and correct me);

    D. Depending on your skill, jump on LB and challenge a mid-pack time, not the fastest time.I usually make singleplayer/leaderboard challenge first alone and when I am confident in my lines and car then I look to see what others are doing;
    E. Do 3-4 lap stints, not just one lap;

    3.Mandatory things for a fun experience in RaceDepartment RaceRoom Club events and others
    - Team Speak - even if you are shy or think your English skills are not good enough you can listen. When there is an incident up front or someone give's you a little love tap or a big smack they will say sorry, or when you are about to lap/be lapped by someone, it creates an all round better experience for everyone involved- Get TS here!
    - Crew Chief APP - if you don't want to use Team Speak try to get Crew Chief APP it will tell you tons of details and keep you honest and safe on the track, very good spotter if you are using cockpit/nose cam.Get Crew Chief APP here!.

    4. Your 30 minutes practice time Guide for Race Department club events :

    Most people just want to join the fun and not practice allot before and it's perfectly fine and understandable so here are a few tips/tricks to make great use of those 30 min:
    - most default setups are more than decent for a club event but make sure you A. have your correct steering wheel rotation and lock, B.99% of the situation you will need 100% Brake Pressure in car setup so change that first too.
    - your first laps must be clean ones, don't push, don't try to follow others and try to put your self in real life and drive as you see;
    -after first laps change gear ratio if needed(you should be close to red line in top gear on longest straight)
    -more clean laps, club events are about fun and door to door racing + lots of banter so race pace and being comfortable with the car/track is more important than one hot lap;
    - doing clean laps you will learn faster your brake points, pushing and running wide you won't, slow is sometimes better;
    - at the end of Official practice session calculate fuel for race, since i am stupid i do like this number of race minutes, 30 x 60(transform all the minutes in seconds, 60=60sec/1min) = 1800 devide all this by the number of seconds/lap, GTR3 Laguna Seca average of 1min.22sec = 88sec, 1800/88=20.4 so i would put fuel for 23-25Laps;
    - In Qualy session put fuel for maximum 3laps and hit the same brake points, your corner speed will be higher and acc/brake transition faster so you don't need to push the braking points, this way you are sure you get a lap in.
    - Qualy - Race - put fuel back, use starting procedure from above, be mindful in T1 and pick your fights, if someone is 4+sec faster trying to follow them will result in a crash, defend cleanly and move on, when someone of similar pace makes a pass, do like Valentino Rossi and try to fight back as soon as it's possible in a safe manner, don't let them get a rhythm;
    - TS - you can intimidate your opponents with smart remarks - You drive like a snail uphill, I am coming out of the pits

    Have Fun!

    GTR X
    German Nationals
    Hillclimb Icons

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  2. Phil Davies

    Phil Davies

    Helping and sharing that's what the race club is all about,Thanks for sharing what you know,Good man :thumbsup:
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  3. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    thank you Phil, i will try to edit and have everything in one place,here on RD and on my onedrive so everyone can get it easy!
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  4. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
    Mr. C Premium

    Aquila - Raceroom Raceway Bridge - 1.14.094 LD*

    1. Use every inch/cm of the track, with this cars, is very important
    2. They spin quite easy at low speed, have the steering wheel straight and then blast away

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  5. Kenny Paton

    Kenny Paton
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    Great job Mr.C, keep them coming:thumbsup:
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  6. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
    Mr. C Premium

    Audi TT - Monza

    Track tips :
    1. Don't forget boost, map a button for boost on steering wheel

    Pending update(sorry)
    Last edited: Jun 22, 2016
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  7. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    BMW M1 ProCar - Spa

    Pending update(sorry)

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  8. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    WTCC14 Honda - EuroSpeedway Lausitz (GP)

    WTCC14 Honda - EuroSpeedway Lausitz (GP).jpg

    Track tips :
    1. hate it from the bottom of your soul, i do....for the life in me i couldn't find an non-understeer setup no matter how hard i try but still when you get a good lap in feel's so good :)
    2. when you think to acc DONT, when you want to acc DONT, when you think you need to acc DONT, patience and more patience being slow in a corner here means you will be fast
    3........ohh yeah...DONT ACC!
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  9. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    WTCC14 Honda - Sonoma(WTCC)
    WTCC14 Honda - Sonoma(WTCC).jpg

    Track tips :
    1. All the braking zones don't use 100% brake pressure either in setup or at the pedal, it seems the track is pretty slippery and the brake bias in the setup is as close as possible(for me) to being stable.use like 75-80% never full,worked best for me.
    2. T1(all most flatout left hander) T2(2nd gear right hander) VERY important that the car is straight, if it's one inch left or right no matter the brake bias you are going to spin,that's a fact(unless you are at cruising speed

    3. T7 ( downhill 4th gear) again the car must be straight,even do the corner is "inviting" don't delay the brake point to much, after the crest wait a bit then brake to 4th as soon as your car is pointing to the left go flatout, at exit you need to shift in 5th.
    4. Fast chicane(left - right towards the end of the lap 5th-6th) it's 99.9 flatout watch the video at 2.32 a fraction of a second liftoff to settle the car, in middle shift to 6th maybe a liftoff(again very little) and blastout
    5. It's a demanding track, don't expect to much, it's a good track to practice focus as you kinda don't have a breather anywhere
    6. Didn't had much time with the track(don't like it to much either) but i am sure there is for me at least 0.5 - 0.8 improvement.


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  10. Magic43

    "Drive it, like you stole it."

    Fantastic job Andrei i appreciate it really :thumbsup: Btw can i use the WTCC settings for the GT3's too?
  11. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
    Mr. C Premium

    For setup, no:)). What car will you use, in max 3h I will be home and testing, I am leaning towards ruf. Until then try the setup engineer
  12. Magic43

    "Drive it, like you stole it."

    Camaro or Corvette what you like or is there a Setup for both? I really like the Camaro but some guys said its crap. The Problem is to have a good set for that truck :D
  13. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    Audi TT - Brands Hatch
    Audi TT- Brands Hatch.jpg

    Track tips:
    1. Since this is a small track, use it all!
    2. 3ed gear at the hairpin
    3. 5th at the left hander before last corner, small liftoff to settle the car
    4. Use boost only when you shift in 4th after last corner
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  14. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    RUF12RT GT3 - Sonoma (Sprint)
    GT3 RUF12RT - Sonoma (Sprint).jpg

    Track Tips:
    1. For T1-T2 make the car as straight as possible and downshift to 3ed,i know in the video is 2nd but 3ed works better if you nail the apex
    2. For T4(blind crest right hander 3ed gear)at the exit quick shift to 4th to not loose traction!
    3. T6 again video is 2nd but use 3ed and climb on the big kerb as much as legally possible, in 3ed it's flat out right from the exit
    4. Fast chicane in 5th with small liftoff or 4th flatout
    5. Be patient
    6. i am sure a mid 12 is possible from proper aliens, from my lap i can get a flat 13.

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  15. Phil Davies

    Phil Davies

    @Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan Just had chance to play with the Set Up App you made available :thumbsup:Works great,I don't think it'll make me much faster as I've reached my talent ceiling :D but i can now find a set up that makes the car more stable without the guesswork,which at times have been disasterous :),Thanks once again for helping buddy i think you're a great asset to the community :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:.
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  16. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    Try to find a little time to read Tony's guide also, speed is our minds first..
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    Mr C what is the engineer app you use? you mentioned it last Sunday I think.
  18. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
    Mr. C Premium

    Go on onedrive link from top post, there you will find setup engineer program, install it and have fun
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  19. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    WTCC14 Lada - Bathurst WTCC14 Lada.jpg

    When i get back home will upload video also, it's good for a low 1.05 but i think that is maximum.Piss of junk but challenging to drive:)
  20. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    GT3 Godzilla (Nissan) - Bathurst - 2.03.916
    GT3  Godzilla - Bathurst-2.03.9.jpg

    Track Tips:
    1. if you have the choice , don't drive, choose life instead! yes it's close to murder(at least for me)
    2. the setup is very stable and if you don't go balls crazy on acc in mid corner the chances are you will be safe
    3. if you want more rear grip, raise rear height to max or/and lower rear suspension or/and lower rear arb
    4. don't practice to be fast, just practice to be consistent and you will finish quite good
    5. on top of the hill from T4 on words control the car only from acc very small liftoff and you will gain allot
    6. for the chicane on top of the hill, stay in 4th, brake and change into 3ed while coasting when you hit the kerbs inside the coast a bit more and brake for 2nd
    7. T1 and T-whatever number it is before long back straight very important, SLOW IN - FAST OUT!
    8. Good luck, your going to need it!

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