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Setup tips for wet condition

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Is there any particular guidelines I could follow to create a wet setup? Like more downforce compared to the dry setup and so on?

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Bit more downforce ofcourse on tracks with high speed corners. I like having much lower on- and off-throttle differential aswell, most likely under 60. It might be personal thing, but having ballast bit more on front instead of back makes it easier for wet conditions since understeer is lot easier to handle than oversteer. Ride height should also be bit more than on dry track, and softer springs + anti roll bars.


With these, I've usually lot more competitive, than im with my best setup on dry tracks vs AI

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