Hi all! I'd like to get some opinions on the way I've been tweaking car set up. I'll jump straight into it, sorry if it seems a bit scattered, these things can be hard to explain! I've been doing loads of testing/hot lapping with the formula ford and formula bmw lately, and one thing I've noticed with the default setups, is that they run too much camber imo. (ISI and 397 cars also seem to have too much camber for my liking). With the 3.5° default front camber, when I corner hard, the outside of the tire is completely cold on the tire overlay. Even after a few laps, the outside of the tire is still cold. The car feels very under-steery and nervous, and I'm not able to push the car very hard at all without the front breaking away. Even after dozens of laps, I can't manage to get anywhere close to my PB lap times. So what I've been doing as far as setup goes, is keeping a very close eye on the tire overlay during hard cornering, and continually tweaking camber/tire pressure/spring rate etc, until the front and rear tire appear to be heating up evenly mid corner (inside of tire/middle of tire/outside of tire). I am only looking at the side of the car that is loaded up, not all four tires. I'm not exiting to the pits and looking at temps, I'm looking at the color of the tire overlay in real time. Ideally the entire tire from left to right should become pink at roughly the same time through a corner (wheres with default the inside/mid would be pink, and outside still blue/purple). The more I fine tweak the temps to get them even across the loaded up tire mid corner (and therefore I assume maximize contact patch), the more grip I'm gaining. After making these adjustments, the difference to me is night and day. I can push the car very hard, there seems to be loads of grip, and lap times are much faster. Thanks for reading this far... on to some questions! 1. In my opinion too much camber (i.e around 3.5°), makes cars very hard to handle and quite slow. Almost annoyingly so. By dropping the camber and making adjustments to maximizing contact patch, the cars handle great and feel amazing. So why are so many cars in rf2 set at a high camber by default? Does anyone actually use this much camber and have success with it? Would it make more sense for mods to have a grippy default set up, so newbies who don't bother with set up aren't turned off by overly difficult handling? 2. Is the way I'm adjusting the setup using the tire overlay common knowledge? I was considering making a tutorial video about it (it was quite the ah-ha moment for me, and seems to work well), but I don't really want to waste my time if I'm just stating the obvious. Is there something I'm missing or a better/easier way to optimize mid corner contact patch? 3. If you feel like giving the above method a go, it'd be great to get some feedback as to what you think. I've been running the formula BMW at mid ohio, and with default set up (i.e high camber), I couldn't get better than a 1.27. Just by observing the tire overlay and trying to even out the heat, I was able to get a 1.25 fairly quickly (I'm sure there is loads more time to be gained too). Cheers everyone, Nick.