Are you having particular trouble on one of the races or all of them?
Regarding the tune, like I mentioned before, it’s really just Praiano’s and I only used it in those two races, i’m sure there are some adjustments that could be made for when it’s got the Turbo and is more powerful. After reading this I took the car for a lap at Willow to try understand what you mean. It’s certainly not the best choice but capable of getting the job done.
I’m happy to give some general advice but if you let me know a certain track or provide more info on any additional issues you have can try to clear things up and help with more feedback.
It’s important to know that as each lap progresses and the tires become more worn you will lose more and more handling. As this happens you have to take each area a bit slower. This usually isn’t much of an issue but certain cars burn tires faster, especially with increased power. Willow is particularly nasty burning the tires on one side of the car. The harder you are on the tires accelerating (with slip), braking and turning (when your hear the tires screeching) make this happen faster.
* Try to brake when the car is going in a straight line, otherwise you not only risk losing control but prevent the car from turning properly; it will under steer more in a straight line
* Try to learn “trail braking” if possible, this allows you to brake a little later and hold more speed in a corner entrance. This is most important for turns that are close to right angles rather than large sweeping turns. The idea is that you braking slightly later and slowly releasing the brake as you turn in, getting completely off the pedal before the apex. After reaching the apex you slowly creep into the accelerator until the car straightens out and then give it power. EDIT: you DON’T need to trail brake with this car to win these events though. Just something important to learn IF you’re not already doing so
* Learn to use gears to help you turn; dropping gears will assist the car in turning in more; this can be helpful in tons of places including large sweeping turns when your car is veering away from the inside. Likewise, you can upshift to stop loosing traction if your tires begin to slip and with throttle will help prevent you from turning in too much.
* Use the throttle to help with turning. Every car behaves a bit differently here and varies with how the limited slip differential is setup. Generally the process of letting off the throttle will help you turn in and applying it does the opposite… when your turning in too much.
* Higher TCS (tractional control) in your HUD, slows the car a bit overall to help prevent slippage. Using 0 or a lower TCS with better throttle control is faster.
* Regarding your brakes… Make sure you have ABS enabled in assist menu. You can also gently pump the brakes when it’s raining or your tires are in really bad shape
I just tried the Red Bull Neo-Classical with it and was able to use RS (Race Soft) tires. You might be able to try using those on one of the other races as well. Usually they burn up faster but you have more grip and topping ability, however, if the RS’s end much smoother on the turns than the RM’s maybe they will actually last longer . Weather wasn’t starting until lap 7 so I was able to switch to FM3 for lap 6 and pit after that for the Wet Tires.
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