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David Greco CM

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  1. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    I fell the same. I can jump to rFactor2 after F1 and vice versa without issues. Thanks 🙂
  2. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    Is hard to avoid it. Is more of a problem following the cars, but is mainly due to the fact that the car have more downforce in general, creating more turbolence and so on. Try to anticipate the corners maybe, knowing that you will go wider by the end of the corner because of less downforce
  3. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    Guys, ABS, force feedback issues, these could be reporting as bugs, but not in this thread, here is Q&A, I am not discussing issues here, and is not the right place to ask for fixes, thanks.
  4. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    On a straight has less contact, on a corner the loaded tyre has more contact. Don't know what you actually mean with this. Everygame, iracing, rFactor2, if you want more camber, you need to click on minus, because it will be giving you more camber.. I will say again, look at the number, forget the sign. move the slider towards the bigger number if you want more camber. I don't see what is so confusing about it to be honest 🙂
  5. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    yeah well, not up to me.
  6. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    It has been changed, I do not recall if more or less, but if you feel more, then probably is more.
  7. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    1. Racing Line assist is just 100% what the AI will be doing, so, if it is green, they are actually flat out. depends on difficulty settings. Also, they do run slightly different setups, so it can differ a bit. 2. Overtake gives you full 160 bhp from the hybrid system. Is the only mode that gives you full power, from second gear to 8th. At higher speed, it will start to decrease power, but every mode do that, so, in that sense, Overtake is always the most powerful mode. Is a non balanced mode, it really is full power, where as the other modes are balanced per speed and gears. 3. Lean fuel doesn't do anything to engine wear, nor good or bad. Will make sure you don't overheat the engine. The bad stuff for the engine is overheating, so, the more power you demand, the more the risk of wear.
  8. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    1. Yes, we already have brake fade, but for overheating, I would need to implement brake duct settings to be chosen then in a setup. 2. Yes, but is not easy to balance this stuff.
  9. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    no no, I did not say that. I say it is math, because of being a negative number, the more negative is of course on the left. we work Min on the left, Max on the right. It is a NEGATIVE number, -3.5 is less than -2.5 The numbers is what you have to look at, is pretty simple guys.
  10. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    wings, typically. unless it is in the wet, then i would use higher rear wing to front
  11. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    To a certain extent, yes
  12. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    And that too, good answer.
  13. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    As i reworked the wheels inertias, is less easy so to say to lock up, so you can actually drive with 100% brake pressure no problem. I generally change brake bias when i feel like the balance of the car has changed.
  14. David Greco CM

    David Greco's Handling, Driving and Setup Q&A

    no, in the past, it wasn't doing anything. it was just a "spring" now is: low pressure = more grip at low speed, lower temperature, higher wear. high pressure = more grip at high speed, higher temperature, less wear. yes, is a bit more linear the loss of grip with temperature, less exponential compared to last year.
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