Started 5th on the grid, 5th on chaquered flag, and Red 5 won
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2 races in a row
Dear Brian.. I m bored about 5th places .. I lost too many time trying to pass you on Senna S.. I don t keep n my mind to longer one click 6th gear to overtake from practice setup. So I spun out 2 times and ruin my race pace.. a bit disappointed
Post by Timo Vermeersch on Feb 3, 2020 20:53:28 GMT
Jaques, supported by Marcelo, claimed that every setup should have some oversteer in it. Without it, it was bound to be very slow as it would make it unnecessary hard to have the car steer in to turns.
“It’s not that I mind the ass sliding as such,” replied Voigt in that typical slang proper to his Bronx origins, “but why does it have to be so unpredictable? Back in the old days, with them seventies stock cars, the rear was sliding in every turn. But at least it was predictable and controllable. These cursed high down force cars are perfectly planted for 10 laps in a row. And then, on lap 11, the rear just swings out at you without the least hint of a warning.”
“That’s because you focus too much on stability for the rear. If you develop a set-up to act as a dam against oversteer and the oversteer then finally succeeds in overcoming that dam, it will come in like a tsunami breaking the whole dam apart.” Jaques stuck to his need-for-oversteer theory.
“If however,” the Canadian ace continued, “you manage to have your set-up act as a breakwater against the oversteer, it will come in gradually, gently tickling and refreshing your feet at worst.”