I used the setup from this post:http://www.racedepartment.com/forum...lbourne-setup-thread.25140/page-2#post-786274 That's Reiks setup from season 6. I found the main difference, enngine mappings are something i just need to lower. Otherwise my setup was pretty similar. Managed to do 1:24.5 with my setup. I used wings of 5/33 (i think, 5 in the front i'm sure..), will lower them if i feel comfortable, there's so many corners that feel safe with higher wings. There's about a second of improvement left, this track is so familiar that i just know i won't be doing 1:22 anytime soon. That could happen, i wasn't expecting a 1:11 in Montreal but it magically just worked over one lap. Something i noticed when doing straight line aerotests that if you raise front wing by 1, rear wing needs 4 clicks to get somewhat equal aerobalance. Lowest rear wing setting is basically 4, anything under that lowers the top speed: there not nough grip anymore. The same effect was with 2/8 and 3/12... Over 3 starts to get a bit murkier as the downforce in the rear creates enough grip that topspeed is not a good tool anymore. I'll report the results when i figure out a good test procedure, probably with friction circle... 1 click front wing = -2km/h and 3 click rear wing = -1km/h was another result that appeared a lot.