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Sao Paulo - Brazil (Wet)

Discussion in 'F1 2010 Setups' started by Rupe Wilson, Oct 13, 2010.

  1. Rupe Wilson

    Rupe Wilson
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    SAO PAULO WET time trial
    Car RED BULL " Bamboosha " no assists cockpit view g25 wheel wet track time 1:10.967 it can go faster i think
    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle: 2
    Rear Wing Angle: 1
    Braking
    Balance: F 51% - R 49%
    Pressure:med
    Brake Size:standard
    Balance
    Ballast Distribution: F 70% - R 30%
    Front Anti-roll Bar: 2
    Rear Anti-roll Bar: 9
    Suspension
    Front Ride Height: 1
    Rear Ride Height: 1
    Front Spring Stiffness:2
    Rear Spring Stiffness: 5
    Gearbox
    Gear 1: xxx kph / 91 mph
    Gear 2: xxx kph / 112 mph
    Gear 3: xxx kph / 132 mph
    Gear 4: xxx kph / 153 mph
    Gear 5: xxx kph / 176 mph
    Gear 6: xxx kph / 200 mph
    Gear 7: xxx kph / 227 mph
    Engine
    Throttle map:fast
    Fuel:XXX
    Alignment
    Camber front: -1.40
    Camber rear: -2.50
    Toe front:-0.06
    Toe rear:-0.20
     
  2. After my record 1:07:429 I finded new setup for Mclaren ofcorse because I think this is the faster car in this game and I made 1:06:565 (305 in world) but world record is amaizing and imppossible to make it. 1:04:8xx Crazy or fake I think? I was driving with my PS3 with "his" ghost and this is impposible to go so fast in the first left corner after first chicane and also last corner! He go 400km/h or what? Here is my setup for Interlagos and like I said,I made perfect lap with only 1:06:565

    Enjoy! :)


    Aerodynamics:

    Front Wing Angle: 2 (Youc an change for 3 if to hard)
    Rear Wing Angle: 1

    Braking:

    Balance: F 50% - R 50%
    Pressure: Medium
    Brake Size: Standard

    Balance:

    Ballast Distribution: F 50% - R 50% or 51% - 49%
    Front Anti-roll Bar: 11
    Rear Anti-roll Bar: 11

    Suspension:

    Front Ride Height: 1
    Rear Ride Height: 1
    Front Spring Stiffness: 2 (here also for 3 if you want.More stability driving)
    Rear Spring Stiffness: 1

    Gearbox: ( Can't go faster than 352km/h and this is all because no place to go faster)

    Gear 1: 136 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 2: 170 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 3: 205 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 4: 244 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 5: 288 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 6: 336 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 7: 385 kph / xxx mph

    Engine:

    Throttle map: Fast
    Fuel: N/A

    Alignment:

    Camber front: -1.50
    Camber rear: -3.50
    Toe front: 0.15
    Toe rear:0.50



    Good luck. :)
     
  3. Gear 1: 147 kph / 91 mph
    Gear 2: 180 kph / 112 mph
    Gear 3: 213 kph / 132 mph
    Gear 4: 247 kph / 153 mph
    Gear 5: 283 kph / 176 mph
    Gear 6: 322 kph / 200 mph
    Gear 7: 365 kph / 227 mph
    accordingly to the values, you actually can set in game.

    BTW, the Win7 Calculator has an convertion mode,
    but it seems, the guys of Codemasters doen't know how to round mathematically correctly.
     
  4. thanks
     
  5. This setup don't work with xbox 360 controller. The car (lotus) don't make corners correctly, in straight the speed is poor.
     
  6. english please
     
  7. Pff i'm using a xbox 360 controller with above setup and can't get much faster then a 1.19.xx :x (in a Lotus)
    Obviously i'm doing something wrong lol :)
     
  8. Rupe Wilson

    Rupe Wilson
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    A 1:06:565 that is about 4 seconds quicker than ive acheived ive just spent about 3 days getting off 0:40 off my time and thats with changeing the mapping and wing while going round the track and a lot of luck i cant go faster.
     
  9. 35th on 360 leaderboard with no assists and by using the dry setup from this site in the wet. Weird !
     
  10. 1:35 with Lotus setup at default.
     
  11. bram hengeveld please give us a working set up for wet conditions in brazil... :(
     
  12. Hey...is this setup for wet or dry, sounds more like a dry setup and the times online seem to show that too!
     
  13. Andrew Bortz

    Andrew Bortz
    GoldenBortz

    Happy Hunting!!

    Controller G25 Logitech Steering Wheel

    Time Trial
    Time: 1:07:934 (Current Position #1)
    Car: Mclaren
    No Assists

    Aerodynamics

    Front Wing Angle: 1
    Rear Wing Angle: 1

    Braking

    Balance: F 52% - R 48%
    Pressure: High
    Brake Size: Small

    Balance

    Ballast Distribution: F 40% - R 60%
    Front Anti-roll Bar: 11
    Rear Anti-roll Bar: 11

    Suspension

    Front Ride Height: 1
    Rear Ride Height: 1
    Front Spring Stiffness: 11
    Rear Spring Stiffness: 11

    Gearbox

    Gear 1: 132 kph / 82 mph
    Gear 2: 172 kph / 107 mph
    Gear 3: 211 kph / 131 mph
    Gear 4: 244 kph / 152 mph
    Gear 5: 280 kph / 174 mph
    Gear 6: 326 kph / 202 mph
    Gear 7: 365 kph / 227 mph

    Engine

    Throttle map: Fast
    Fuel: n/a

    Alignment

    Camber front: -1.50
    Camber rear: -3.00
    Toe front: 0.15
    Toe rear: 0.35
     

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  14. very nice time razarar! I got it down to 1:08.8xx with my settings, I just couldnt drive with your settings :) I dont know how you can turn on this track with 1/1
     
  15. @Andrew Trying to get my head around some of the setups and why people do what they do so out of interest could you give me some idea why the weight distribution here is 50/50 as oposed to somewhere like Abu Dhabi where you had it at 70/30.

    Also, do you always set the ride height at 1 with the ARB's and springs at 11.

    Cheers
     
  16. Andrew Bortz

    Andrew Bortz
    GoldenBortz

    @Wekkie Ive had pretty good results with a 3/1 wing also but 1/1 is my preferance raw speed over cornering I worry about those when I get to them.

    @Hammerpgh Front Weight Bias gives better results on a track that is "point and shoot" where as a rear bias gives better performance round flowing tracks and yes ride height is always at 1/1 so far at least springs the rear is almost always an 11 the front is either normally 1 or 11 dependant on the track dont ask me why ive no clue some times softer is better for my cornering with my aero package where as stiffer is better at other places.
     
  17. Thanks for the clarification Andrew.. always good to know how you speedy guys think ;) Will definitely give your setup a go when I get a run at this track.

    I am really not sure at the moment how much the setup effects things for me. I gained over 2 seconds at Abu Dhabi when I ran a low downforce setup as opposed to the more standard setup but not sure if that was more due to familiarity with the track than purely down to the change of setup. I need to find some time from somewhere to test these things out I think.
     
  18. Andrew Bortz

    Andrew Bortz
    GoldenBortz

    A good setup will help leaps and bounds but dont try these in a race unless you know what to expect, adventurous moves with my setups are often costly and rely on the car ahead making the mistake.
     
  19. Cheers Andrew, as I mentioned in the TT thread this morning I am far more comfortable in a more stable setup and in a race just wouldn't be able to handle your setup for long without error. But I can see why you use this type of setup in the TT's as there is so much speed gained provided you can handle the instability in the corners.. at least that's how it is for me anyway *lol*
     
  20. Andrew Bortz

    Andrew Bortz
    GoldenBortz

    I think were all pretty much happier with a more stable setup, unfortunately TT is all about the perfect lap so ill take a 1 in 50 lap chance at getting it right and going quicker than being beaten by a few tenths of a second :p

    Especially with drivers like Grisfiske and Tamas who are consistantly good.