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Posted on 2011-10-14 8:41 AM

 Practice data for Yeongam

Practice runs
# Total time D.Error Net time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres
1 1:44.240 00.064 1:44.176 801 701 675 632 663 616 Extra Soft
2 1:43.709 00.103 1:43.606 815 815 611 696 599 680 Extra Soft
3 1:44.587 00.449 1:44.138 847 847 643 664 631 648 Extra Soft
4 1:44.526 00.348 1:44.178 831 831 659 648 613 664 Extra Soft
5 1:44.355 00.151 1:44.204 823 823 667 656 622 672 Extra Soft
6 1:43.400 00.121 1:43.279 777 777 613 710 568 618 Extra Soft
7 1:43.457 00.184 1:43.273 877 677 613 710 568 618 Extra Soft
8 1:43.550 00.421 1:43.129 827 727 613 710 568 618 Extra Soft

Q1
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Risk
1:42.872 827 727 613 710 568 618 Extra Soft Push the car a lot

Q2
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Fuel Risk
1:44.797 827 727 613 710 568 618 Extra Soft 50 Push the car a lot

I am putting my bet on rain till race end, so fuel is 50/80/80 2-stop.


Posted on 2011-09-21 8:46 PM


Melbourne: FW -50~100 RW +50~100
Interlagos: FW -50 RW +50
Buenos Aires: FW +50 RW -50
Montreal: FW -200~250 RW +200~250

Posted on 2011-09-21 8:41 PM

Color legend: Purple = Very High, Red = High, Orange = Medium, Normal = Low, Green = Very Low

A1-ring (Austria): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Barcelona (Spain): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Buenos Aires (Argentina): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Estoril (Portugal): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Hockenheim (Germany): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Hungaroring (Hungary): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Imola (San Marino): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Interlagos (Brazil): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Istanbul (Turkey): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Magny Cours (France): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Melbourne (Australia): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Montreal (Canada): N/A
Monza (Italy): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Monte Carlo (Monaco): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Nurburgring (Germany): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Paul Ricard (France): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Poznan (Poland): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Shanghai (China): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Silverstone (England): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Spa (Spain): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics
Suzuka (Japan): Chassis Engine Fwing Rwing Underbody Sidepods Cooling Gearbox Brakes Susp Electronics


note: Parts wear higher than 40 is considered as very high wear. 30-39 high, 20-29 medium, 10-19 low, 1-9 very low.


Posted on 2011-09-21 8:39 PM

 Thank to Mike for his brilliant idea.

The point is to find out where is the edge of your driver's feeling for the car setup.
Once you got the edge, you can use the "driver satisfy range" formula to work out the perfect setup.

This need some practice but I think it won't be that hard if you get the trick.
Ask freely if you have question about this.

Posted on 2011-09-21 8:39 PM

 OK, here’s how I setup my car for each race. I think once you try this, you will find it works so well, that you will do it every time. It will guarantee you a good setup, and maybe even the perfect setup for each and every race. First, you just have to take a wild guess at a setup that your driver might like. Here’s an example:

Front Wing – 350
Rear Wing – 350
Engine – 820
Brakes – 500
Gear – 820
Suspension – 650

These numbers you can either totally guess at, use someone else’s setup, maybe you have a previous race in your GO tool from a different driver, or in the best case, you still have the same driver so you know the numbers are close. So you run one practice lap and get your driver’s feedback which for example might be this:

Suspension: The car is too rigid. Lower a bit the rigidity.

If that is all he said then you should record the setup like this:

Wings: 350-
Engine: 820-
Brakes: 500-
Gear: 820-
Suspension: 650>

So now you know that he wants the suspension less than 650. Now lets change the setup and try it again. Change the setup by changing all of the numbers to try and get the driver to correct you if he is happy with them, or get them into his happy zone if he is unhappy with them. Also, always adjust the wings equally and keep them the same for now.

Wings: 390
Engine: 850
Brakes: 540
Gear: 860
Suspension: 630

Now we read the driver’s comments which read as follows:
Engine: Try to favor a bit more the low revs
Gear: I cannot take advantage of the power of the engine. Put the gear ratio a bit lower.

Now we modify our previous recording of the car setup.

Wings: 350- 390-
Engine: 820- 850>
Brakes: 500- 540-
Gear: 820- 860>
Suspension: 650> 630-

So already we have the engine between 820 and 850, and the suspension between 650 and 630. Let’s change the setup and try again. Cut the difference in half for the ones you know and for the others, just try to get comments from the driver. Let’s go with this setup:

Wings: 400
Engine: 835
Brakes: 550
Gear: 840
Suspension: 640

And here are the driver comments:

Wings: The car could have a bit more speed in the straights

So now we modify the car data again:

Wings: 350- 390- 400>
Engine: 820- 850> 835-
Brakes: 500- 540- 550-
Gear: 820- 860> 840-
Suspension: 650> 630- 640-

And we change the car setup for lap 4:

Wings: 395
Engine: 842
Brakes: 570
Gear: 850
Suspension: 645

And the driver’s comments are:

Wings: The car could have a bit more speed in the straights
Engine: Try to favor a bit more the low revs
Brakes: Put the balance a bit more to the back
Suspension: The car is too rigid. Lower a bit the rigidity.

So now we add to our car feedback sheet again:

Wings: 350- 390- 400> 395>
Engine: 820- 850> 835- 842>
Brakes: 500- 540- 550- 570>
Gear: 820- 860> 840- 850-
Suspension: 650> 630- 640- 645>


And then we’ll change the car setup for lap 5 to:

Wings: 392
Engine: 839
Brakes: 560
Gear: 855
Suspension: 642

And the drivers comments are:

Wings: The car could have a bit more speed in the straights
Engine: Try to favor a bit more the low revs
Brakes: Put the balance a bit more to the back
Gear: I cannot take advantage of the power of the engine. Put the gear ratio a bit lower
Suspension: The car is too rigid. Lower a bit the rigidity.


So one last time we will update the car data sheet:

Wings: 350- 390- 400> 395> 392>
Engine: 820- 850> 835- 842> 839>
Brakes: 500- 540- 550- 570> 560>
Gear: 820- 860> 840- 850- 855>
Suspension: 650> 630- 640- 645> 642>

So from this data, we have found the edge of the driver’s ‘happy zone’ in each area.

Wings: 390 – 392
Engine: 835 – 839
Brakes: 550 – 560
Gear: 850 – 855
Suspension: 640 – 642

Now we need to figure out how big the driver’s ‘happy zone’ actually is and then we will be able to find the center. The happy zone as I am calling it, is the area of setup that the driver will tell you he is satisfied with the setup of the car. Each driver has a different range, depending on experience and technical insight. The formula to figure out the driver’s happy zone is:

driver satisfied range= 135.0107-(0.10172*Experience)-(0.30014*Technical insight)

So, we will look at our driver, and let’s say his experience level is 65, and his technical insight is 92. If you sub in the numbers to the formula above you get:

Driver Satisfied range=135.0107-(0.10172*65)-(0.30014*92)
Driver Satisfied range=100.78602
Now, this number is the entire range the driver is happy with the car. We want the car setup in the center of this range, so we divide the number by 2 and change our car setup. Then make sure to look back at the comments to decide if you should add to or subtract from the number you have depending on if you are on the high or the low side of the drivers’ desired range.

Wings: 390 – 392 so 391-51= 340
Engine: 835 – 839 so 837-51= 786
Brakes: 550 – 560 so 555-51= 504
Gear: 850 – 855 so 852-51= 801
Suspension: 640 – 642 so 641-51=590

For lap 6, run this setup. The driver’s comments should always be ‘I am satisfied with the setup of the car’. You should now check the net lap time and then you can start changing the wing split. By changing the balance of the front to rear wing, you can find if your driver likes more front or rear wing.

For example, let’s say our driver’s net lap time on lap 6 was 1:38.500. Now we change the setup by adding 40 to the rear wing and subtracting 40 from the front wing. The setup would look like this:
Front Wing: 300
Rear Wing: 380
Engine: 786
Brakes: 504
Gear: 801
Suspension: 590

If the lap time on lap 7 is faster, say 1:38.200, then continue to increase the rear wing and decrease the front wing equally for the next lap. If it is slower, say 1:38.700 then reverse the wing split to see if your driver likes more front wing like this:
Front Wing: 380
Rear Wing: 300
Engine: 786
Brakes: 504
Gear: 801
Suspension: 590

So, now you have run all 8 practice laps, and you should have your car setup perfectly. This will make the most out of each and every practice lap that you have. Once you get good at this, it will be easy to get the best setup each time. The trick is to take a big swing in the first adjustment, and then just keep cutting that in half to get the car closer and closer. You will get a feel for it, but you have to try it for a few races. Now that I have the hang of it, I use this method for each and every race.

Posted on 2011-09-21 8:38 PM

Driver comments

Wings
3 I am really missing a lot of speed in straights
2 The car is lacking some speed in the straights
1 The car could have a bit more speed in the straights
-1 I am missing a bit of grip in the curves
-2 The car is very unstable in many corners
-3 I cannot drive the car, there's no grip on it
Engine
3 No, no, no!!! Favor a lot more the low revs!
2 The engine revs are too high
1 Try to favor a bit more the low revs
-1 I feel that I do not have enough engine power in the straights
-2 The engine power on the straights is not sufficient
-3 You should try to favor a lot more the high revs
Brakes
3 Please, move the balance a lot more to the back
2 I think the brakes effectiveness could be higher if we move the balance to the back
1 Put the balance a bit more to the back
-1 I would like to have the balance a bit more to the front
-2 I think the brakes effectiveness could be higher if we move the balance to the front
-3 I would feel a lot more comfortable to move the balance to the front
Gear
3 Please, put a lot lower ratio between gears
2 The gear ratio is too high
1 I cannot take advantage of the power of the engine. Put the gear ratio a bit lower
-1 I am very often in the red. Put the gear ratio a bit higher
-2 The gear ratio is too low
-3 It feels like the engine is going to explode. Put a lot higher ratio between gears
Susp
3 The car is far too rigid. Lower a lot the rigidity
2 The suspension rigidity is too high
1 The car is too rigid. Lower a bit the rigidity
-1 I think with a bit more rigid suspension I will be able to go faster
-2 The suspension rigidity is too low
-3 The suspension rigidity should be a lot higher

Numbers represent how far is your setup from perfect setup. The closer to 0 the better your setup is.
Adjust your setup with these number referring to your driver's satisfy range.
If the comment is rated as postive number, you should decrease your setup.
If the comment is rated as negative number, then you should increase your setup.

Driver Satisfied Range = [135-(0.1 x Experience)-(0.3 x Technical insight)]

Posted on 2011-09-16 3:17 AM

 

I am also going for 1 stop strategy, tyre will hold. :)


Practice laps data (laps done 8/8)
Lap Lap time Driver mistake Net time Settings
FWing RWing Engine Brakes Gear Susp Tyres
1 1:34.197s 1.258s 1:32.939s 453 353 845 243 712 686 Rain
2 1:27.015s 0.268s 1:26.747s 603 503 900 275 612 718 Rain
3 1:23.069s 0.156s 1:22.913s 703 603 932 307 580 750 Rain
4 1:22.019s 0.420s 1:21.599s 687 587 948 323 564 766 Rain
5 1:21.615s 0.006s 1:21.609s 695 595 956 315 556 758 Rain
6 1:21.868s 0.524s 1:21.344s 699 599 964 319 548 754 Rain
7 1:19.917s 0.029s 1:19.888s 735 635 994 355 506 786 Rain
8 1:19.668s 0.375s 1:19.293s 785 585 994 355 506 786 Rain



Posted on 2011-08-31 11:17 PM

Hope everyone have everything settled before first race, and bring some good points back.


Posted on 2011-08-31 11:12 PM


















Qualify 1
Pos Lap time Gap
11th

1:36.363s



+ 3.978s














































Qualify 2
PosLap timeGap
7th

1:24.832s


+ 2.825s


Starting grid
PosLap timeGap
10th

3:01.195s


+ 6.115s

I am on ES and hoping there will be few laps of rain during S2. :p

 


Posted on 2011-08-31 11:07 PM









































































































































Practice laps data (laps done 8/8)
Lap Lap time Driver mistake Net time Settings
FWing RWing Engine Brakes Gear Susp Tyres
1

1:45.616s



1.087s



1:44.529s


341

341

877

680

515

911

Rain

2

1:41.286s



1.154s



1:40.132s


401

401

855

712

415

943

Rain

3

1:38.175s



0.697s



1:37.478s


501

501

866

728

399

927

Rain

4

1:38.394s



0.932s



1:37.462s


517

517

860

720

407

935

Rain

5

1:37.600s



0.372s



1:37.228s


533

533

857

724

411

931

Rain

6

1:38.203s



1.083s



1:37.120s


557

557

859

722

413

933

Rain

7

1:35.598s



0.099s



1:35.499s


599

599

895

758

379

967

Rain

8

1:36.459s



1.110s



1:35.349s


629

569

895
758

379

967

Rain





Posted on 2011-08-31 12:41 AM

































































Overall: 108 

Concentration:
238 


Talent:
43 


Aggressiveness:



Experience:
308 


Technical insight:
111 


Stamina:
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Charisma:
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Weight(kg): 87 



Age: 33



Posted on 2011-08-23 8:11 AM

 Practice data for Spa

Practice runs
# Total time D.Error Net time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres
1 2:01.495 00.005 2:01.490 741 741 943 483 533 563 Medium
2 1:59.116 00.009 1:59.107 650 650 975 400 501 663 Medium
3 1:59.409 00.046 1:59.363 634 634 959 384 517 647 Medium
4 1:59.323 00.130 1:59.193 642 642 967 392 525 655 Medium
5 1:58.929 00.026 1:58.903 646 646 971 388 521 659 Medium
6 1:58.091 00.170 1:57.921 518 718 999 356 549 691 Medium
7 1:58.308 00.106 1:58.202 468 768 999 356 549 691 Medium
8 1:58.937 00.100 1:58.837 518 718 999 356 549 691 Hard

Q1
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Risk
1:56.741 518 718 999 356 549 691 Soft Push the car a lot

Q2
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Fuel Risk
1:59.213 518 718 999 356 549 691 Soft 75 Push the car a lot

Looks like most us agree that soft is the best choice. :)
Good luck to all.


Posted on 2011-08-12 8:01 AM

 Practice runs
# Total time D.Error Net time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres
1 1:34.431 00.125 1:34.306 916 916 585 329 445 636 Soft
2 1:32.676 00.179 1:32.497 884 884 655 297 515 736 Soft
3 1:31.929 00.030 1:31.899 900 900 687 281 499 806 Soft
4 1:31.761 00.126 1:31.635 892 892 703 273 507 822 Soft
5 1:31.788 00.103 1:31.685 896 896 695 277 503 854 Soft
6 1:31.317 00.186 1:31.131 864 864 729 245 475 892 Soft
7 1:31.141 00.012 1:31.129 914 814 729 245 475 892 Soft
8 1:31.473 00.043 1:31.430 914 814 729 245 475 922 Medium

Q1
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Risk
1:31.005 914 814 729 245 475 922 Medium Push the car a lot

Q2
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Fuel Risk
1:32.660 914 814 729 245 475 922 Medium 59 Push the car a lot

Considering the time difference between tyre compound and my group's time sheet, I decide to race on meds /w 2stop, I will be starting on 11th.
Good luck all~


Posted on 2011-07-21 6:59 PM

 Practice runs
# Total time D.Error Net time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres
1 1:34.421 00.226 1:34.195 709 709 597 668 486 330 Soft
2 1:33.856 00.167 1:33.689 677 677 629 636 518 362 Soft
3 1:33.746 00.143 1:33.603 661 661 645 620 534 378 Soft
4 1:33.586 00.178 1:33.408 669 669 637 612 542 370 Soft
5 1:33.410 00.070 1:33.340 673 673 633 604 550 374 Soft
6 1:32.976 00.236 1:32.740 741 541 665 570 576 402 Soft
7 1:33.049 00.219 1:32.830 761 521 665 570 576 402 Soft
8 1:32.893 00.196 1:32.697 721 561 665 570 576 402 Soft

Q1
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Risk
1:32.460 721 561 665 570 576 402 Soft Push the car a lot

Q2
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Fuel Risk
1:34.281 721 561 665 570 576 402 Soft 67 Push the car a lot

I had good result here using soft / 2 stop under similar weather, so i am going to stick with it to see if it will work out well this time.

And David, maybe you can try the "Don't let anyone pass" to see if it helps.



Posted on 2011-07-13 11:23 PM

Although it's possible, but I don't think soft / 2-stop will work in this race. :(

I am trying to hold my ground here, so I am gonna play it safe, using meds / 2-stop

Practice runs
# Total time D.Error Net time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres
1 1:28.909 00.183 1:28.726 625 625 481 640 609 618 Medium
2 1:28.451 00.337 1:28.114 689 689 581 608 545 718 Medium
3 1:28.360 00.352 1:28.008 721 721 613 592 529 734 Medium
4 1:28.136 00.172 1:27.964 729 729 605 600 521 742 Medium
5 1:28.297 00.380 1:27.917 737 737 601 604 513 750 Medium
6 1:27.731 00.214 1:27.517 775 775 621 632 487 788 Medium
7 1:27.645 00.305 1:27.340 775 775 621 632 487 788 Soft
8 1:27.198 00.036 1:27.162 675 875 621 632 487 788 Soft

Q1
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Risk
1:27.343 675 875 621 632 487 788 Medium Push the car a lot

Q2
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Fuel Risk
1:28.803 675 875 621 632 487 788 Medium 67 Push the car a lot



Posted on 2011-07-11 9:19 AM

 I am biding for new driver now, so will have to wait till staff decision comes out.
I am thinking going on hard tyre /w 1-stop.


Posted on 2011-07-07 10:23 AM

 I think ES should be able to hold long enough, if your driver's TI above average (80+) and using lower risk.
Don't forget Silverstone is low on tyre wear.



Posted on 2011-07-06 9:41 AM

 I am also thinking to go with ES / 2 stops.
Waiting to bid another driver before do my qualifying lap.


Posted on 2011-07-03 10:27 AM

I have tested the effect of fuel load, it seems there's about 0.4s gap every 30L fuel.
And also the gap seemed much bigger on harder tyre.


# Laps done Lap time Settings End of stint
Best Mean FW RW Eng Bra Gear Susp Tyres Fuel Tyres cond Fuel left
1 4/5 1:41.984s 1:42.670s 600 600 550 750 850 900 Extra Soft 20 60% 0
2 5/5 1:41.838s 1:42.531s 648 648 502 702 802 852 Extra Soft 25 60% 4
3 5/5 1:42.062s 1:42.635s 624 624 478 726 778 876 Extra Soft 25 60% 4
4 5/5 1:42.014s 1:42.571s 636 636 466 714 766 888 Extra Soft 25 60% 4
5 5/5 1:41.889s 1:42.453s 618 618 472 720 772 894 Extra Soft 22 60% 1
6 5/5 1:40.966s 1:41.906s 662 662 522 764 728 850 Extra Soft 22 60% 1
7 5/5 1:41.700s 1:42.387s 662 662 522 764 728 850 Extra Soft 52 60% 31
8 12/15 1:41.891s 1:42.831s 662 662 522 764 728 850 Extra Soft 65 0% 11
9 25/25 1:43.554s 1:43.938s 662 662 522 764 728 850 Hard 110 12% 7
10 25/25 1:43.517s 1:44.076s 662 662 522 764 728 850 Hard 110 12% 7



Posted on 2011-07-03 10:26 AM

 I will try David's strategy, using soft /w 3 stop, it's about time to try different approach for my race strategy.

Practice runs
# Total time D.Error Net time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres
1 1:16.890 00.178 1:16.712 666 666 607 451 569 536 Medium
2 1:16.225 00.114 1:16.111 762 762 655 403 545 584 Medium
3 1:16.075 00.116 1:15.959 786 786 631 427 557 560 Medium
4 1:16.380 00.267 1:16.113 774 774 619 415 551 572 Medium
5 1:15.781 00.152 1:15.629 815 815 660 468 595 625 Medium
6 1:15.890 00.114 1:15.776 765 865 660 468 595 625 Medium
7 1:16.079 00.413 1:15.666 865 765 660 468 595 625 Medium
8 1:15.598 00.113 1:15.485 815 815 660 468 595 625 Soft

Q1
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Risk
1:15.157 815 815 660 468 595 625 Soft Push the car a lot

Q2
    Time FWi RWi Eng Bra Gea Sus Tyres Fuel Risk
1:16.854 815 815 660 468 595 625 Soft 52 Push the car a lot


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