Yas Marina - Abu Dhabi (Dry)

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250RPM
Car
MERCEDES


Circuit
Yas Marina

Condition
Dry

Distance
25%

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Angle: 3
Rear Wing Angle: 4

Braking
Balance: F 50% - R 50%
Pressure: High
Brake Size: Normal

Balance
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 4
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 7

Suspension
Front Ride Height: 5
Rear Ride Height: 7
Front Spring Stiffness: 4
Rear Spring Stiffness: 5

Gearbox
Gear 1: 144 kph
Gear 2: 182 kph
Gear 3: 210 kph
Gear 4: 236 kph
Gear 5: 265 kph
Gear 6: 294 kph
Gear 7: 323 kph

Engine
Fuel Map: Rich

Alignment
Camber Front: -2.80
Camber Rear: -0.80
Toe Front: 0.11
Toe Rear: 0.35

Tyres
Hard tyres degradation per lap: 6 - 7%
Soft tyres degradation per lap: 9 - 10%

Notes
Career practice: 1.42.260 (Dry/ Soft tyres)
Q1: 1.42.886 (Dry/ Hard tyres)
Q2: 1.41.769 (Dry/ Soft tyres)
Q3: 1.41.320 (Dry/ Soft tyres/ 3 laps fuel)
I've done these times playing on x360pad
Hi, I tried it but I got too much tire wear unlike your other setups. Anyway, thanks.
 
Car
Ferrari

Circuit
Yes Marina Abu Dhabi

Condition
Dry

Distance
100% career

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Angle: 7
Rear Wing Angle: 4

Braking
Balance: F 50% - R 50%
Pressure: medium
Brake Size: standard

Balance
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 4
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 2

Suspension
Front Ride Height: 2
Rear Ride Height: 2
Front Spring Stiffness: 5
Rear Spring Stiffness: 3

Gearbox
Gear 1: 138kph / 85 mph
Gear 2: 176 kph / 109 mph
Gear 3: 205 kph / 128 mph
Gear 4: 236 kph / 147 mph
Gear 5: 263 kph / 164 mph
Gear 6: 289 kph / 180 mph
Gear 7: 317 kph / 197 mph

Engine
Fuel Map: Mix 3

Alignment
Camber Front: 3.10
Camber Rear: 0.80
Toe Front: 0.11
Toe Rear: 0.38

Tyres
Option 1.41.763
Prime1.42.701

Notes


playing on xbox 360 with controller all assets off apart from medium traction control and auto gears set up is to be used on a 100% career race to help deal with tyre wear
 
Car
Lotus

Circuit
Abu Dhabi

Condition
Dry

Distance
Racenet event / TT / 25% Race

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Angle:4
Rear Wing Angle:1

Braking
Balance: F 50% - R 50%
Pressure:High
Brake Size: Standard

Balance
Front Anti-Roll Bar:11
Rear Anti-Roll Bar:8

Suspension
Front Ride Height:1
Rear Ride Height:1
Front Spring Stiffness:11
Rear Spring Stiffness:8

Gearbox
Gear 1: 142 kph
Gear 2: 178 kph
Gear 3: 208 kph
Gear 4: 237 kph
Gear 5: 268 kph
Gear 6: 294 kph
Gear 7: 323 kph

Engine
Fuel Map:Rich

Alignment
Camber Front: -3.50
Camber Rear: -1.50
Toe Front: 0.15
Toe Rear: 0.50

Tyres
Option

Currently #1 PC 1.38.667 - Racenet even

Seems to work OK in races too, and is fine on all cars.

Racing line only assist
Great base, made the following adjustments.

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Angle:3*
Rear Wing Angle:1

Braking
Balance: F 47% - R 53%*
Pressure:High
Brake Size: Standard

Balance
Front Anti-Roll Bar:11
Rear Anti-Roll Bar:11*

Suspension
Front Ride Height:1
Rear Ride Height:1
Front Spring Stiffness:11
Rear Spring Stiffness:11*

Alignment
Camber Front: -3.50
Camber Rear: -1.50
Toe Front: 0.15
Toe Rear: 0.45*

Only had a chance to run 4 laps, best being a 1.38.000. Nice base!
 

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10RPM
Car
Abu Dhabi

Circuit
Mclaren

Condition
Dry

Distance
50%

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Angle: 1
Rear Wing Angle: 2

Braking
Balance: F 50% - R 50%
Pressure: High
Brake Size: Large

Balance
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 1
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 10

Suspension
Front Ride Height: 11
Rear Ride Height: 2
Front Spring Stiffness: 11
Rear Spring Stiffness: 10

Gearbox
Gear 1: 135 kph
Gear 2: 170 kph
Gear 3: 200 kph
Gear 4: 230 kph
Gear 5: 262 kph
Gear 6: 292 kph
Gear 7: 337 kph

Engine
Fuel Map: Mix 3

Alignment
Camber Front: -3.50
Camber Rear: -1.50
Toe Front: 0.15
Toe Rear: 0.41

Tyres
Prime

Notes
1:40.643 17.977/ 43.314/ 39.352
Prime tyre in practice 3 made by 360pad, all assist off
 
Chris Stacey's setup on the first page is pretty good. I just changed the braking to suit myself better (48% - 52%, high pressure)
 
Race Setup

Car

Sauber

Circuit
Yas Marina

Condition
Dry

Distance
100%

Aerodynamics
Front Wing Angle: 9
Rear Wing Angle: 4

Braking
Balance: F 58% - R 42%
Pressure: Medium
Brake Size: Normal

Balance
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 7
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 9

Suspension
Front Ride Height: 2
Rear Ride Height: 3
Front Spring Stiffness: 8
Rear Spring Stiffness: 9

Gearbox
Gear 1: 140kph / 87 mph
Gear 2: 172 kph / 107 mph
Gear 3: 200 kph / 124 mph
Gear 4: 230 kph / 143 mph
Gear 5: 261 kph / 162 mph
Gear 6: 288 kph / 179 mph
Gear 7: 317 kph / 197 mph

Alignment
Camber Front: -3.10
Camber Rear: -0.80
Toe Front: 0.09
Toe Rear: 0.38

Notes
About as Tilke-dromey as it gets. With more 90 degree corners than you can poke a stick at this place only has 2 corners that put a Formula One car through its paces, turns 2 and 3. It's pretty much a turd with lights.

It's quite a low deg circuit, so the option tyre lasts quite well, which makes it a feasible race tyre. So the optimal strategy is either a 1 stop (option, prime) or a two stop (option, option, prime).
  • It's a track that rewards late braking, so having the brake bias more towards the front is helpful for a good lap.
  • Traction out of turns 9, 13 and 20 is crucial.
  • I believe I've found a good compromise between downforce, and straight line speed and gearing with this setup.

This setup should allow for around 17-21 laps from a set of fresh options, and 25-31 laps from a set of fresh primes.
Tried this in search of a reduction in tyre deg. Allowed me to do a one-stop but it lost a little too much performance over my regular setup.

What I liked:

Gearing was excellent. Chris has obviously spent a lot of time tweaking the ratios.

Traction and front end grip were also spot on.

What I didn't:

The rear is a little wild for my taste. It seems better suited to full tanks but becomes unsettled over the kerbs as the load burns down.

I didn't think I would like the bias so far forward but actually it proved simple enough to adapt.

Now if I can just find a halfway house between this and my regular setup we're golden :D
 
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