Monza - Italy (Wet)

Dan Hawkins

2000RPM
The Italian Grand Prix is one of the longest running events on the motor racing calendar. The first Italian Grand Prix motor racing championship took place on 4 September 1921 at Brescia. However, the race is more closely associated with the course at Monza, which was built in 1922 in time for that year's race, and has been the location for most of the races over the years. A Low downforce, high speed circuit, requiring precise cornering for a perfect lap.

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StewartF1

25RPM
Car:
Williams F1

Circuit
Monza

Condition
Wet - Heavy Rain

Distance
50%

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Angle: 7
Rear Wing Angle: 8

Braking
Balance: F52% - R 48%
Pressure: High
Brake Size: Standard

Balance
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 4
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 3

Suspension
Front Ride Height: 8
Rear Ride Height: 8
Front Spring Stiffness: 3
Rear Spring Stiffness: 3

Gearbox
Gear 1: 141kph / 88 mph
Gear 2: 178 kph / 111 mph
Gear 3: 211 kph / 131 mph
Gear 4: 242 kph / 151 mph
Gear 5: 276 kph / 171 mph
Gear 6: 307 kph / 191 mph
Gear 7: 339 kph / 211 mph

Engine
Fuel Map: Mix x

Alignment
Camber Front: -2.80
Camber Rear: -0.80
Toe Front: 0.08
Toe Rear: 0.29

Tyres
Wet

Notes
Career: Set up was to maximize traction to gain a faster speed down the long straights however it back fired and probably needs less down force. I tried to make the set up tire friendly without sacrificing to much performance with the alignment, as it was heavy rain all race and in qualifying. I felt that saving the 3 sets of wets was paramount to having a good race.

P.S. My first EVER set up I did on my own so please feel free to add suggestions tweaks and whatnot and let me know how it worked out for you.
 

Eric Jaeger

2012 GP2 Champion
Car:
Williams F1

Circuit
Monza

Condition
Wet - Heavy Rain

Distance
50%

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Angle: 7
Rear Wing Angle: 8

Braking
Balance: F52% - R 48%
Pressure: High
Brake Size: Standard

Balance
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 4
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 3

Suspension
Front Ride Height: 8
Rear Ride Height: 8
Front Spring Stiffness: 3
Rear Spring Stiffness: 3

Gearbox
Gear 1: 141kph / 88 mph
Gear 2: 178 kph / 111 mph
Gear 3: 211 kph / 131 mph
Gear 4: 242 kph / 151 mph
Gear 5: 276 kph / 171 mph
Gear 6: 307 kph / 191 mph
Gear 7: 339 kph / 211 mph

Engine
Fuel Map: Mix x

Alignment
Camber Front: -2.80
Camber Rear: -0.80
Toe Front: 0.08
Toe Rear: 0.29

Tyres
Wet

Notes
Career: Set up was to maximize traction to gain a faster speed down the long straights however it back fired and probably needs less down force. I tried to make the set up tire friendly without sacrificing to much performance with the alignment, as it was heavy rain all race and in qualifying. I felt that saving the 3 sets of wets was paramount to having a good race.

P.S. My first EVER set up I did on my own so please feel free to add suggestions tweaks and whatnot and let me know how it worked out for you.
A lap time would help
 

Eric Jaeger

2012 GP2 Champion
Car
Merc

Distance
gp practice

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Angle:3
Rear Wing Angle:3

Braking
Balance: F 48% - R 52%
Pressure:medium
Brake Size:standard

Balance
Front Anti-Roll Bar:5
Rear Anti-Roll Bar:3

Suspension
Front Ride Height:3
Rear Ride Height:3
Front Spring Stiffness:6
Rear Spring Stiffness:4

Gearbox
Gear 1: 140 kph / mph
Gear 2: 177 kph / mph
Gear 3: 213 kph / mph
Gear 4: 247 kph / mph
Gear 5: 280 kph / mph
Gear 6: 310 kph / mph
Gear 7: 344 kph / mph

Engine
Fuel Map: Mix 2

Alignment
Camber Front:3.30
Camber Rear:1.00
Toe Front: .13
Toe Rear: .44

Tyres
Inters

Notes
With a light fuel load I was doing low 25's with this setup. I did a 100% race distance with this and it was a bit tricky in the first stint on full wets but after changing over to the 2nd set of wets the car really came alive. All assists off.
 
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