Now that my RF2 is stable enough to play without CTDs, I decided to engage in some serious driving. I took the SR3 Radical to Zandvoort and started to practice and to tune the setup. In the end I'm a bit puzzled by end results. So, on a heavy rubbered track (private practice with 23 AI after more than 1 hour of lapping) I've managed to score 1.47.9 , but this is absolutely a qualify time, the car is unable to keep that pace for more than 2/3 laps max. My race pace is almost 2 seconds higher and the reason is front axle tire temps. The problem is this: I can't make the rear axle work properly, I even tried some extreme settings on the rear, but I have not found a way to have a front that does not scrub and slip at every turn. In short I can't overcome the understeery nature of the car when the tires are hot. Even with brake bias all backward the nose autority is lacking. I really love this car, but I would like to explore ideas to have it more performing, or equally performing but for more than few laps. One of the reason, apart the fact that I don't like to destroy front tires, is that AI can obviously keep qualify pace in race or at least decently near, this make racing offline a fight to not lose instead a fight to win.