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  1. Hi guys, I've been playing F1 games without assists for a while now but always struggled a bit in wet conditions especially on this years game, as anyone got any advice on how to gain confidence and being able to push for improved lap time in the wet especially in the braking zones and traction zones> Any help is grateful
  2. Car Red Bull Race Type Race Aerodynamics Front Wing Angle: 11 Rear Wing Angle: 11 Braking Balance: F 47% - R 53% Pressure: High Brake Size: Standard Balance Front Anti-Roll Bar: 3 Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 10 Suspension Front Ride Height: 2 Rear Ride Height: 1 Front Spring Stiffness: 7 Rear Spring Stiffness: 4 Gearbox Gear 1: 137 kph Gear 2: 166 kph Gear 3: 192 kph Gear 4: 218 kph Gear 5: 247 kph Gear 6: 278 kph Gear 7: 315 kph Engine Mix 2 Alignment Camber Front: -3.20 Camber Rear: -1.10 Toe Front: 0.10 Toe Rear: 0.32 Tyres/Time/Lap/Fuel Wet / 1:41.0xx / Lap 7 / Mix 2 Assists Braking Assist = off ABS = on TC = off DRL = corners Gearbox = Auto Pit Assist = off Controller Logitech GT Wheel This was modified from my dry set-up as the race was wet and there weren't any set-ups on here! The car is very lively, so you need pretty good throttle control (or use TC). Moving the TOE REAR slider more to the right tends to damp down the responsiveness if you are getting too much wheelspin or you can try with higher REAR ARB which can also help. Hope this was useful, can't believe no-one else had poted a setting! :-)
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