I was wrong, with current version camber affects rightly distribution of temps across tire. I tried again influence of camber on tire temps, I took the ISI C6R GT2 at Portugal, and made 5 laps with the same setup but camber on front wheels (-4,8 first stint, second stint 0.0). On first stint temps on long right before straight were 149, 79, 38 (inner, center, outer). On second stint temps on long right before straight were 81,105,124 (inner, center, outer). The last time I tried this on introduction of the new DW12(with CPM) I was unable to see this, center temp was always higher (even lowering pressures), and outer temps didn't follow. Now a very important feature for tuning cars works better, I tuned camber and tire pressures and improved lap times. I still find strange that on a long right curve which heats a lot tires, the three temps (inner, middle, outer) raise in paralell, I would expect the outer temp of outside wheel to grow quickly more than center, and inner to disminsh in relation due to the effect of roll on the contact patch. Sorry for the wrong statement, cheers. P.S. Checked DW12, it now behaves differently too, distribution of temps along thread is now different and more balanced (I don't know what version of RF2 did the trick).