- Apr 1, 2011
This is by no means a guarantee that you will become magically quicker after reading this, but you should hopefully be better equipped with the knowledge to confidently change the handling characteristics of your car in a way that will not only suit your driving style, but make you a better driver!
This guide assumes that you already possess the skills to operate the car in a competent manner. If you do not have the skill set to manage this, I would highly recommend our Premium Driver Academy as it will give you the very basics of racing, shaving huge amounts of time off your lap times. Or you can check out the awesome new Rookie series of club races we're offering!
I'd also like to mention that I am by no means an expert. I am simply passing on my knowledge from 7+ years of SimRacing experience
So, without further ado, let's get into it!
- Setup Screen, Notes and Pit Information
- Differential and Electronic Aid settings
- Engine, Weight and Brake settings
- Aerodynamics and Gear Ratio settings
- Wheel and Tyre settings
- Suspension and Dampers
- Ride Height and Third Springs
- Anti-Roll Bars & Conclusion
Hey Check it out! This setup guide now comes in a handy PDF form