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PrestoGP Season 16 Monza - Setup Thread

Discussion in 'Presto GP' started by David Turnbull, Sep 18, 2016.

  1. David Turnbull

    David Turnbull
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    Heres what I have from my first laps on Monza, its based on some of mine and some of Martins Spa setup, also using MDF package, and heres a hotlap vid :)

     

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  2. Cosimo

    Cosimo
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    wow...
     
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  3. My setups are also based on Martin's Spa setup (even though I used medium downforce). I've done 1:32.8 with the MDF setup early in my practice sessions. Since then I've been using low downforce package and been just slightly slower. I think there is more time to gain on the medium df however. If it's possible I'd use medium df for Quali, and low df in the races. Unfortunately I have to work on Wednesday so I'm going to miss this one :( Shame, I'm sure it will be really fun and I felt really competetive here. But I leave my setups here if someone is interested.
     

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  4. Martin Bulgin

    Martin Bulgin
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    Thats interesting, I haven't done too many laps yet but they have all been with the LDF package, will have to give this a try, thanks :thumbsup:
     
  5. @Hedlund: Race is on 28th September, so next week ... :)
     
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  6. jego

    jego
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    This all looks interesting, I would have been certain that the LDF package would work best for monza... will give it a go in a bit to test this out. :)

    EDIT: WOW I am so slow at this track... cant drive the car with LDF at all... I guess I loose all my time with the breaking and accelerating out of the two chicanes.
     
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  7. LDF seems slower than MDF, about half a second for me with race setup and not using DRS. It may work in race since it's faster in places were overtaking is possible (straights) but I haven't tested extensively so it may not be that good, especially when tires are worn..
     
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  8. Half a second is a huge difference. MDF was half a second slower at Hockenheim than HDF and look how that went for Steve Combey that day... :p Sometimes a bit of overtaking strength just is not worth it for what it does to your overall race pace.
     
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  9. Cosimo

    Cosimo
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    Tonight!
     
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