Kunos Simulazioni physics expert Aristotelis Vasiliakos has released a new driving tutorial video. This time Aris looks to explain the intricacies of soft versus stiff springs in a car's behaviour... Fresh off the back of several highly informative driving behaviour advice videos, Aris has today released his latest endeavour into the world of home made video creation with a great 26 minute tutorial explaining the pros and cons of different spring stiffness settings and how they effect a car during racing conditions. Billed as "part 1", this first release of presumably a multi part tutorial offers up some very useful information for sim race drivers looking to find the very maximum performance levels when racing the virtual race tracks of the world. You can catch the below video from Aris below, as well as a bit more information behind the purpose of the tutorial from the man himself... It is worth noting the following information posted by Aris post release of this video: Often in the video you will hear me say that the weight transfer with whatever setup I'm using is the "same", but the velocity is different. As I also explain in the video; THIS IS A WRONG AFFIRMATION! But really helps us visualize what happens and decide how to setup the car. It will help us even more later with dampers and such. Things are much more complicated than "weight transfer is the same, but faster"... but we don't care. It's safe enough to act as if the amount of weight transfer is more or less the same, but the speed of the transfer occurring is faster or slower. It's a mind trick and honestly I think it works very well in order to visualize in your mind what is happening Ok? So the first one that says "hey but the weight transfer is not the same amount blablabla, roll blablabla, pitch yaddayaddayadda, rollcenters CoG, mumblemumblemumble... gets a ban No not really, but you see how complicated it is? Stick with me and you'll see later why it's better this way. Right. As I said, that's already a pretty difficult subject to understand and to explain, let alone doing so while you drive a hard combo. But I insist talking and driving because IMHO is more authentic and shows you my workflow. The 2nd most important thing to understand from this video. There is never a easy rule, it's always a compromise. You must find a range and move in there. Not too much of that and not too little of this. Watch the video and you'll understand So, there you go, enjoy the Ford Escort RS @ Zandvoort and have mercy at me! Assetto Corsa is a racing simulation designed by Kunos Simulazioni and is available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Oh boy do we like mods! If you do too then we have you covered with our fantastic Assetto Corsa modding archive. From downloads to a place for mod discussion, we have it all for you to enjoy, check it out today! If you don't fancy trying out some of the awesome community created tracks and cars then drop in on our Assetto Corsa sub forum to chat about the game with your fellow fans. Interaction and threads make forums fun, so start one today! Learn something new? Enjoyed the video from Aris? Want to see more of this kind of thing? Well post away in the comments and let us know! Leave a message below..