Monza - Italy (Dry)

Discussion in 'F1 2017 Setups' started by Rob, Aug 30, 2017.

  1. Rob

    Rob

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    Car
    Scuderia Toro Rosso

    Circuit
    Monza

    Condition
    Dry

    Distance
    50%

    Tyre Type
    M / SS

    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle: 1
    Rear Wing Angle: 1

    Differential
    On throttle: 100%
    Off throttle: 90%

    Suspension Geometry
    Front Camber : -3.40
    Rear Camber: -1.90
    Front Toe: 0.12
    Rear Toe: 0.32

    Suspension
    Front Suspension: 8
    Rear Suspension: 8
    Front Anti-Roll Bar: 4
    Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 4
    Front Ride Height: 2
    Rear Ride Height: 2

    Brakes


    Brake Pressure: 60%
    Front Brake Bias: 56%

    Tyre Pressures

    Front Tyre Pressure: 25.0psi
    Rear Tyre Pressure: 23.5psi

    Weight Distribution
    Ballast: 6

    Fuel Load
    Kg: 25 (for testing)

    Notes
    This is a race setup that I use in a league race with "equal" cars. Therefore, tire wear and stability are considered along with speed.
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  2. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld
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    Messages:
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    Ratings:
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    Car
    Red Bull Racing

    Circuit
    Monza

    Condition
    Dry

    Distance
    25%

    Tyre Type
    (US: SS: S : M: H: INT: WET)

    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle: 2
    Rear Wing Angle: 2

    Differential
    On throttle: 50%
    Off throttle: 55%

    Suspension Geometry
    Front Camber: 3.20
    Rear Camber: 1.70
    Front Toe: 0.12
    Rear Toe : 0.35

    Suspension
    Front Suspension: 9
    Rear Suspension: 10
    Front Anti-Roll Bar: 4
    Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 8
    Front Ride Height: 4
    Rear Ride Height: 5

    Brakes

    Brake Pressure: 75%
    Front Brake Bias: 60%

    Tyre Pressures
    Front Tyre Pressure: 23psi
    Rear Tyre Pressure: 21.5psi

    Weight Distribution
    Ballast: 5

    Fuel Load
    Kg: 21
     
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  3. MrBundgee

    MrBundgee

    Messages:
    37
    Ratings:
    +20
    Car
    Williams/ Renault

    Circuit
    Monza

    Condition
    Dry

    Distance
    25-50%

    Tyre Type
    SS

    Fuel Load
    Kg: std

    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle: 2
    Rear Wing Angle: 2

    Differential
    On throttle: 70%
    Off throttle: 70%

    Suspension Geometry
    Front Camber: 2.70
    Rear Camber: 1.40
    Front Toe: 0.06
    Rear Toe: 0.23

    Suspension
    Front Suspension: 8
    Rear Suspension: 3
    Front Anti-Roll Bar: 7
    Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 4
    Front Ride Height: 6
    Rear Ride Height: 5

    Brakes

    Brake Pressure: 80%
    Front Brake Bias: 53%

    Tyre Pressures

    Front Tyre Pressure: 23.8
    Rear Tyre Pressure: 21.9

    Weight Distribution
    Ballast: 7

    Notes
    online 50%. stable and fast
     
  4. Kyle Dunning

    Kyle Dunning

    Messages:
    668
    Ratings:
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    Car
    Sauber

    Condition
    Dry (Career)

    Distance
    100%

    Aerodynamics
    Front Wing Angle: 2
    Rear Wing Angle: 2

    Differential
    On throttle: 85%
    Off throttle: 85%

    Suspension Geometry
    Front Camber: 3.40
    Rear Camber: 1.90
    Front Toe: 0.10
    Rear Toe : 0.35

    Suspension
    Front Suspension: 8
    Rear Suspension: 8
    Front Anti-Roll Bar: 8
    Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 8
    Front Ride Height: 3
    Rear Ride Height: 3

    Brakes

    Brake Pressure: 80%
    Front Brake Bias: 56%

    Tyre Pressures
    Front Tyre Pressure: 24.6psi
    Rear Tyre Pressure: 23.1psi

    Weight Distribution
    Ballast: 8

    Notes: Been a while since I posted a setup. Spent a while on this, especially in Time Trial. It translated well in to a career weekend, which saw me miss out on pole by less than 1/10th .Due to my continued focus on reliability upgrades, I've found my Sauber getting slower than the Mercs and Ferrari in a straight line. Might have to switch downforce to 1 on both wings, if you're worried about top line speed.

    The setup feels amazing around corners, but I ain't been playing much lately so it was a struggle at times. I could have won the race if I used the same strategy as Lewis, and kept him behind me, but I never had his pace. I always felt like the 2nd or 3rd quickest car on the track, which isn't bad considering Monza doesn't have many corners to exploit. I accepted 2nd place in the end.

    I think Singapore should be an opportunity to win, and keep my place at the top of the championship. Might take a while though, as I'm not getting as much time to play. I do plan on finishing my career and posting all my setups by the spring.

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