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Suzuka - Japan (Wet)

Discussion in 'F1 2012 Setups' started by Steve Lambert, Sep 16, 2012.

  1. Steve Lambert

    Steve Lambert
    I hate not getting pole

    Car


    Circuit


    Condition
    Wet

    Distance


    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle:
    Rear Wing Angle:

    Braking
    Balance: F xx% - R xx%
    Pressure:
    Brake Size:

    Balance
    Front Anti-Roll Bar: xx
    Rear Anti-Roll Bar: xx

    Suspension
    Front Ride Height: x
    Rear Ride Height: x
    Front Spring Stiffness: xx
    Rear Spring Stiffness: xx

    Gearbox
    Gear 1: xxx kph / mph
    Gear 2: xxx kph / mph
    Gear 3: xxx kph / mph
    Gear 4: xxx kph / mph
    Gear 5: xxx kph / mph
    Gear 6: xxx kph / mph
    Gear 7: xxx kph / mph

    Engine
    Fuel Map: Mix x

    Alignment
    Camber Front:
    Camber Rear:
    Toe Front:
    Toe Rear:

    Tyres
    option

    Notes
    Specify your time and additional information: TT / GP / Online
     
  2. Does anyone have a setup for this please?
     
  3. Car
    Williams

    Circuit

    Suzuka - Japan

    Condition
    Wet

    Distance
    100%

    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle:11
    Rear Wing Angle:4

    Braking
    Balance: F 51% - R 49%
    Pressure: High
    Brake Size: Standard

    Balance
    Front Anti-Roll Bar: 9
    Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 9

    Suspension
    Front Ride Height: 1
    Rear Ride Height: 1
    Front Spring Stiffness: 4
    Rear Spring Stiffness: 7

    Gearbox
    Gear 1: 135 kph
    Gear 2: 168 kph
    Gear 3: 201 kph
    Gear 4: 234 kph
    Gear 5: 267 kph
    Gear 6: 298 kph
    Gear 7: 325 kph

    Engine
    Fuel Map: Any Mix

    Alignment
    Camber Front: 3.50
    Camber Rear: 1.50
    Toe Front: 0.13
    Toe Rear: 0.41

    Tyres
    Inters/Wets

    Seeing as though there's no wet set-ups here i thought i make one.
    Credit to Brolio's Dry Williams set-ups, it was my base and i only changed gear ratio's and balance. As is always the case go easy on the kerbs in the wet and this should go OK.