After installing the softer version, I tried again with the Norma (changes were subtle) and also with some other cars.yep, as almost everything is a matter of taste... maybe the problems now are Kerbs. I run the test on a DD2 and I tried different levels of bumps. Try this one, it is softer
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(rename this new file as a aku_2019_surface.kn5 and replace the other)
but consider that Baku is a street circuit, it has a loot of "imperfections". Kunos's Barcelona for example is even more agreesive
The road doesn't feel 'bumpy', it's more a constant rumble, that gets amplified in each corner and (on my wheel and settings) feels a bit nasty, like driving on cobbles. That effect is tangible in all cars I tried, even the ones with softer suspension where the 'straight line' road feel is barely noticeable.
You refered to ks_barcelona which has indeed quite some road feel & bumps, but in the corners the feel is the same, not that 'cobble' effect.
Oh well, it's indeed a matter of taste, and is also depending on the used gear/settings.
This from someone that has no issues at all with bumpy tracks (ref Sebring and Mid Ohio with the noon smoothed surface).