SetupHow to find the optimal setup of the car.

Good SETUP

Let's see how to find the setup you like the rider in a simple way :
 
It starts by setting for each part to set the value 512.
 
  • If the pilot is satisfied leaving it that way.
  • If the pilot wants to values ​​greater increases of 256.
  • If the pilot wants a smaller value decreases to 256.
At this point, the controls are repeated by increasing or decreasing before 128 , then 64 , 32 , 16, .. and so on until you find the setup you like to the pilot. Usually with this technique in 4/ 5 laps setup is good. To facilitate the search for the setup , you can help with information about the circuit on the " Downforce " and " Suspension rigidity ." For example, " Downforce: Medium " , starting from 512 if the pilot is not satisfied, instead of increase (or decrease ) of 256, it feels directly from 128 downwards. If " Downforce : High", instead of starting from 512 , is now part of 768 (512 +256 ) and based on the comment of the pilot increases or decreases by 128. If " Downforce : Low", instead of starting from 512 , is now part of 256 ( 512-256 ) and based on the comment of the pilot increases or decreases by 128. Same goes for the suspension.
 
An Optimal SETUP
 
Usually once the pilot is satisfied with the setup found , it is said to be the optimum setting , this is because every driver has a margin of acceptance within which say that it is always satisfied. For example, if the optimum setting of the exchange is 375 , but your pilot has a margin of 100 points of acceptance , it means that between 325 and 425 will always tell you that it's OK , but of course if you say OK 425 will not have the same performance of 375 . Finding the optimal setup can also make you gain 0.5 seconds in each section of qualifications ( 0.5 s in Q1 + Q2 = 0.5 s 1s in Grid) . To determine the margin of Acceptance (MA) of your driver using the following formula:
 
M.A. = 135 - 0.3 * Knowledge Technique - 0.1 * Experience
 
As will be easy to see the technical knowledge and experience are used to reduce the area of acceptance and the smaller the area the easier it is to find the optimal setup . So in choosing a good driver as well as the talent take into consideration the technical knowledge and experience. For example, if a driver has 25 Technique Experience and 175 of its Zone of Acceptance will be 110 , while 175 Technique and Experience 25 will be accepted as an area of ​​80.
 

 

Wings Car
 
Another important factor is the setting of the ailerons , as it is the sum of the 2 values ​​to give satisfaction , for example, if the pilot is satisfied with the front wing and rear 600 means that the value of satisfaction is 1200 ( 600 + 600 ) , this means that even if you put 500 front and 700 rear (or vice versa ) , the pilot will always be satisfied (500 +700 = 1200) , but it may perform better or worse , this depends very much on the pilot . once you find the optimal setup with the ailerons to the same value to rehearse putting forward -50 and +50 rear ( or vice versa if you see worse ) without evidence can understand how you prefer your pilot ailerons and so will most races to do.
 
Temperatures
 
Another factor not to be underestimated are the temperatures which affect both the setup for Q1 , is to know how to change the initial setup for the Q2/Race .
 
The data reported below are for guidance only , for many are fine, but for others it may not be optimal , the best way to find accurate data is to make the Test
Table Temperature
Temperatura Front wing Rear wing Engine Brakes Gear Suspension
+1 C +4.17 +4.17 -5 +5.83 -5 -5.5
-1 C -4.17 -4.17 +5 -5.83 +5 +5.5

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Difference Dry - Wet (​​Dry - Wet) 
 
From Q1 to Q2 if the weather changes from dry to wet or vice versa, you have to change the settings found with the experience and the various tests, you will succeed in time to find the right value to be attributed to the new setup, for now we give you an indication of how to change the setup from Q1 to Q2. To find the most appropriate data to you, even in this case, it is advisable to do the Test

 

  Conversion Table Setup Dry/Wet (Asciutto/Bagnato)
Cambio Meteo Q1/Q2 Front wing Rear wing Engine Brakes Gear Suspension
Q1 Asciutto => Q2 Pioggia +115 +115 -105 +85 -100 -120
Q1 Pioggia => Q2 Asciutto -115 -115 +105 -85 +100 +120

 

 

 

 

 

Search tool setup (  Version 1.01.07.13 )

This New Research Tool Setup differs from the previous one by the fact that the values ​​are no longer calculated in an approximate way, but are determined based on the answers that your pilot will give you. 
E 'can choose whether to display messages in Italian (ITA) or English (ENG). 
Also in this version of the tool is not taken into account the value MA (Net Express) that will be implemented in future versions.
 

Setup Car / Settaggio Auto

GP (Gara)LinguaTechnical (Tecnica)Experience (Esperienza)Range OK (M.A.)Weather (Meteo)

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Alettone ant.
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Alettone pos.
Engine
Motore
Brakes
Freni
Gear
Cambio
Suspension
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