Ok, let's see if I can give you more useful information. Let's start with the current configuration: 600PP / 702HP RH: 80/80 SR: 11.14/12.77 DC: 1/1 DE: 1/1 ARB: 1/1 Camber: 1.4/1.6 (Where do you find real camber values? I only find discussion forums talking about them, but not real values) Toe: -0.07/0.00 (Why only 5% and not 10% of Camber?) BB: 5/5 Gearbox: Fully customizable, but without changes Max speed: 370 km/h 1st: 3.141 2nd: 2.041 3rd: 1.459 4th: 1.097 5th: 0.866 6th: 0.720 Final: 3.420 Differential (LSD): 5/5/5 Clutch: Standard Shaft: Standard Power: 99.7% Exhaust: racing Everything else: standard Downforce: (nothing) Ballast: (nothing) Weight reduction: Stage 3 Hood: Carbon Windows: Light Ok, I was thinking I'd have to find the real racing reactions of the car in every moment and every stage of the configuration, to know where the car fails and what I have to change… that if I was "taking a walk" the data collection wouldn’t serve at all... I'll keep it in mind I'll try to put across the sensations I perceive, but it's difficult to transmit the details when the prevailing feature is understeer on coasting and oversteer when mash the throttle: 1. Start of turning: The car brakes well, it dives but doesn't block front wheels, no red tyres, no smoke. 2. Increasing turn angle: It increases the diving over the front exterior wheel that starts to burn but only goes to orange, no smoke. Maybe I perceive a little understeer, I think I'm losing the path a little. 3. Final turn angle: Is the gap between the brake period and the throttle again? I don't know if it could be named "coasting". If it is, then the understeer is the prevailing feature. 4. Straightening wheel after apex: (…and pushing throttle more or less consistently), it depends on initial speed I leave the previous phase: if I'm on low speed curves (6, 11, 14, 15) the car oversteer when I push throttle… it is complicated to control the intensity on a DS3 controller. If I'm on mid or high speed curves (3, 4, 5, 13, 17) the tendency is understeer and the curvature radius increases. 5. Setting back straight: On high speed curves the inner rear tyre loses traction, goes to red, black "footprint" on asphalt, smoke … Excuse me, but this is the most information I can transmit for now. Ok, I'll test it.