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Silverstone - Great Britain (Dry)

Discussion in 'F1 2010 Setups' started by Bram, Sep 25, 2010.

  1. Bram

    Bram
    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

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    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle: 1
    Rear Wing Angle: 1
    Braking
    Balance: F 50% - R 50%
    Pressure: Medium
    Brake Size: Small
    Balance
    Ballast Distribution: F 50% - R 50%
    Front Anti-roll Bar: 4
    Rear Anti-roll Bar: 11
    Suspension
    Front Ride Height: 1
    Rear Ride Height: 1
    Front Spring Stiffness: 5
    Rear Spring Stiffness: 5
    Gearbox
    Gear 1: 145 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 2: 179 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 3: 211 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 4: 244 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 5: 280 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 6: 316 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 7: 358 kph / xxx mph​
    Engine
    Throttle map: Fast
    Fuel: Fixed amount ​
    Alignment
    Camber front: -1.50
    Camber rear: -3.50
    Toe front: 0.13
    Toe rear: 0.44
    Note
    Tested with McLaren​
     
  2. cannot drive with it...at least on lotus
    absolutely no grip in the front and a lot problems in getting the curvs.
    tried it with frontwing 3 and rear 2 and its a little better
     
  3. Yea this setup doesn't seem to work with "bad" cars such as the Lotus or the Virgin. What i did was set the spoilers to 4/3 (front, back) and increased the suspension to 2/2. After that it was at least good enough for #14 in qualifying.
     
  4. here is my setup with the lotus,i got the poll with this setup, then the race was a wet race, and i cruised to victory by 23.53 over hamilton. i also was awarded the achievement clean sweep for getting the fastest times in each sector during qualifying.
    let me know what you guys think after you try it.

    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle: 1
    Rear Wing Angle: 1

    Braking
    Balance: F 50% - R 50%
    Pressure: high
    Brake Size: standard

    Balance
    Ballast Distribution: F 30% - R 70%
    Front Anti-roll Bar: 9
    Rear Anti-roll Bar: 4

    Suspension
    Front Ride Height: 9
    Rear Ride Height: 9
    Front Spring Stiffness: 2
    Rear Spring Stiffness: 2

    Gearbox
    Gear 1: 145 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 2: 179 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 3: 211 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 4: 244 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 5: 280 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 6: 316 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 7: 358 kph / xxx mph

    Engine
    Throttle map: standard
    Fuel: Fixed amount

    Alignment
    Camber front: -.70
    Camber rear: -3.00
    Toe front: 0.12
    Toe rear: 0.35
     

  5. you must be playin on the lowest difficulty level to make that setup work for you and to win with that margin
     
  6. im not sure why you say that would be the case due to the setup, i did my best to find a good setup to run the lotus car in career mode, im not sure why the difficulty would matter. for the record im on the hard difficulty. i dont find this game to be difficult, also, the win was prolly easier due to the rain imo.
     
  7. Hard is not the difficulty level its the level of assists the difficult levels are amateur, intermediate, professional, and legend... the lotus as in real life just isn't competitive enough to come anywhere near 1st place on higher levels IMO
     
  8. For the record, I was able to podium with the OP's setup in a Lotus. At first it seemed pretty bad but after I spent time on it and learned to "tame the beast" nobody else on the circuit had a chance.
     
  9. does it matter what diff i did it on, fact was we needed a better setup for the lotus, which is what i provided. the diff only influences the other drivers, in the manor your speaking. with my setup, you have a better car regardless of the rest of the drivers.
     
  10. Well with your setup I came 13th in my Lotus, on Prfessional difficulty so I would say... "Yes, it does matter!"
     
  11. this is my Lostus setup for this track. i can make 1.32 lap with this and i dont have much R&D upgrades..
    tell me what you think about it after a try ;)

    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle: 3
    Rear Wing Angle: 2

    Braking
    Balance: F 51% - R 49%
    Pressure: high
    Brake Size: standard

    Balance
    Ballast Distribution: F 70% - R 30%
    Front Anti-roll Bar: 8
    Rear Anti-roll Bar: 8

    Suspension
    Front Ride Height: 2
    Rear Ride Height: 2
    Front Spring Stiffness: 8
    Rear Spring Stiffness: 8

    Gearbox
    Gear 1: 145 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 2: 179 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 3: 211 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 4: 244 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 5: 280 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 6: 319 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 7: 358 kph / xxx mph

    Engine
    Throttle map: standard
    Fuel: Fixed amount

    Alignment
    Camber front: -1.50
    Camber rear: -3.00
    Toe front: 0.13
    Toe rear: 0.44
     
  12. In the wet, driving a Force India i managed a time 7 seconds faster with Reflect's set up, but why beat up on dreamweaver? At least he took the time to try a set up and post it.
     
  13. what is your setup in wet conditions ?
     
  14. Cheers for the setup, reflect

    I made a subtle change which was change the ballast to 50/50 - it made the car a bit easier to handle for my driving style. Anyone finding it a little slippery - I recommend doing that :)

    In my fairly slow Lotus I qualified on pole, Legend AI - 1:31.7
     
  15. Any tips for sector 3? In my quali lap I was purple in sectors 1 and 2, but my 3rd sector times were consistently 2 or 3 seconds off the pace which meant my time only earned me 5th on the grid
     
  16. Not sure where sector 3 begins, but with the right line - there are some really quick corners - are you lifting too much on those perhaps? I flick down 1 gear (6th) on the quick right-hand flick with the wall on the left (Do not break, clip the curb), then full throttle round the left hander up to the right/left slow turn.

    Also - penultimate turn and final turn - penultimate turn take nice and wide on entry and you can go thru in 3rd gear fairly quick - faster than you think, then stay SUPER tight round the tight turn and at this point, focus and watch for the exit cos if you get that right, the long drag up to the start/finish (and for the next lap too) is done with as fast as poss.
     
  17. I just tried the first setup and did 1:30:9,awesome setup
     
  18. This worked for me driving for Lotus,

    I was getting between 12th and 7th in practice, changed to this set up and got pole in all qualies and first in the race.

    Thanks Reflectingod ;-)
     
  19. yeah that worked for me too in my lotus got a nice qualy time on it just changed the weight to 50/50 aswell but was good
     
  20. Silverstone Dry

    This is my first custom setup so im just going to post it on this site if people will check it out and see how good it really is when a good driver uses it so feel free to use it and let me know what you think

    It was my career car Lotus

    Track: Silverstone (Dry)

    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle: 1
    Rear Wing Angle: 1
    Braking
    Balance: F 50% - R 50%
    Pressure: High
    Brake Size: Standard (No other choice)
    Balance
    Ballast Distribution: F 40% - R 60%
    Front Anti-roll Bar: 6
    Rear Anti-roll Bar: 7
    Suspension
    Front Ride Height: 2
    Rear Ride Height: 2
    Front Spring Stiffness: 5
    Rear Spring Stiffness: 6
    Gearbox
    Gear 1: 136 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 2: 170 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 3: 205 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 4: 242 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 5: 280 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 6: 322 kph / xxx mph
    Gear 7: 369 kph / xxx mph​
    Engine
    Throttle map: Fast
    Fuel: N/A
    AlignmentCamber front: -1.50
    Camber rear: -3.50
    Toe front: 0.12
    Toe rear: 0.41

    Time: 1:26:444

    This was the fastest time i could set with any other set up i tried finished in pole in the qualys and first in the race on intermediate setting with this setup so i just want to get some feedback on this setup see if its any good