How do you setup for Le Mans and Nordschleife?

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  1. Marcus Battaglia

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    I have a lot of trouble breaking without ABS in this car in this track, something I had never felt in Assetto Corsa, for example. Feels that the wheels lock way too easily.
     
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    Is that a setup problem?
    In my opinion, the car don't have to do that with the default values.
     
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    I have that problem a lot in rFactor 2, but what I have found out actually is this is not a problem, but in fact a more realistic simulation to what I was used to (AC, PC2, AMS 2, F1 2019 & 2020). What I have seem to find out (still learning) is that this oversteer in very fast corners is mostly due to a very, very low rear wing setup. I also run Le Mans with the lowest rear wing possible (and with the Le Mans aero package), and this corner ("Indianapolis", if I am not mistaken) is for me the hardest on the track, because if you don't enter it very correctly, you either have to slow down a lot or you spin like that.

    From my experience (and I am by far not an expert in setups), given the speed of this corner, the problem is usually not so much a mechanical grip one (stiffer/softer suspension), but more related to ARB and rear wing settings.
     
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    I honestly forgot, i'm sorry but i haven't driven on nordschleife in long time.
     

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