I have a question related to tire temperature, pressure and camber settings. I'm driving the FSR Formula ISI car at Montreal (just to get to know the car) and while I was looking at my telemetry I noticed the following on my tire temperature page Blue = outside temperature Yellow= center temperature Red = inside temperature I am not a setup genie but I am willing to learn so that's why I'm here in this forum section requesting some help From what I understand about tire temps they should differ 5 to 7°C from the inside of the tire to the outside, inside being the hottest. Looking at that data, I see two things, both front and rear tires have too much camber and the rears have too much pressure as well. Now I have reduced the camber on all 4 tires but I still get the same thing. A whopping 30°C difference between the outside of the tire and the inside. I have no idea what to do about it. Any suggestions?