Hi, as a fan of setting up a car, I followed the advises of Mark Hemsworth a F1 car Engineer shown on his very good video from GP4 game to setup the F1 car. But I noticed a mistake about the settings of the rear anti-roll bars on F1 2010 and F1 2011, I think the same mistake could happened on F1 2016. Mark Hemsworth explain on GP4 game on his video that: "A rear heavier anti roll-bar reduces understeer and promotes oversteer but does reduce traction". The F1 2011 game says: "A higher value results in less understeer, increases cornering grip and traction and reduces tyre wear but handling will suffer. In my opinion, traction will be lower not higher and tyre wear will be higher not lower because of the less of traction. Do you know if Mark Hemsworth is wrong, or F1 201x?... Thank-you for reading.