Car set ups V2 by Kenny 2x4
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F1 06 Car Set-ups (Version 2.0)

This walkthrough with the car set ups is purely to show the changes I have made from my first walkthrough that I made. I will indicate what has been changed in some form or
another usually referring to the old walkthrough as V1 or Version 1.
Everything else from my first version remains the same so far anyways.

Contents:
-Magny-Cours
-Hockenheim
-Suzuka
-Interlagos

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MAGNY-COURS
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Tyre Compound: Soft
HANDLING:
Front Wing: 64%
Rear Wing: 64%
Front Suspension: 15
Rear Suspension: 10

Front Camber: -1.8
Rear Camber: -1.5
Toe: 0.01

Ride Height: 15mm
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 100,000 N/m/s
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 250,000 N/m/s
Front Rebound Damping: 9000 N/m/s
Rear Rebound Damping: 8000 N/m/s
Front Bump Damping: 6500 N/m/s
Rear Bump Damping: 7000 N/m/s

SPEED
1) 21.5
2) 16.5
3) 13.0
4) 10.5
5) 9.0 *(Previously 8.0 due to a typo)
6) 7.7
7) 7.1

BRAKES:
Preset 1) 65:35
Preset 2) 62:38
Preset 3) 55:45

Top Speed: 194mph

TURNS TO LOOK OUT FOR:
Estoril (Turn 3): Make sure you have your racing line here sorted given that it leads onto the back straight and into the Adelaide hairpin where overtaking is possible.

Nurburgring chicane (Turns 7 & 8): The cornering speed here is around 160mph. To do this, engine brake down to gear 5 at around 70m and just take the corner.

Imola chicane (Turns 12 & 13): This chicane is a bit more tricky than the Nurburgring one. Brake from around 75m down to gear 5, making sure that you hit both apex's.

Turns 16 & 17: After you exit from Lycee (Turn 15) the right-left chicane comes up immediately that leads onto the pit straight. Try to hold off the throttle a bit inbetween 
Lycee and these last 2 corners so that you don't end up going in too hot and taking too much kerb.

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HOCKENHEIM
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Tyre Compound: Hard
HANDLING:
Front Wing: 59%
Rear Wing: 64%
Front Suspension: 15
Rear Suspension: 10

Front Camber: -1.9
Rear Camber: -1.6
Toe: 0.00

Ride Height: 22mm
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 60,000 N/m/s
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 125,000 N/m/s
Front Rebound Damping: 9000 N/m/s
Rear Rebound Damping: 8000 N/m/s
Front Bump Damping: 6500 N/m/s
Rear Bump Damping: 7000 N/m/s

SPEED
1) 21.5
2) 16.0
3) 12.5
4) 10.5
5) 8.8
6) 7.7
7) 7.1

BRAKES:
Preset 1) 63:37
Preset 2) 60:40
Preset 3) 55:45

Top Speed: 194mph

TURNS TO LOOK OUT FOR:
* (V1 method) Nordkurve (Turn 1): Downshift quickly to gear 5 after the 100m board and throw the car into the corner. Be careful that you don't throw it in so much that you 
actually short cut the corner.
New Method: Sometimes it is actually more time-efficient to just plain lift off the throttle at the 100m board and turn into the corner at the right time before accelerating 
again.

Turn 2: This comes pretty quickly after you exit turn 1 so keep your eyes peeled for your braking point. Should be around 70m and make sure you get that apex as well to get the 
best exit speed possible and line into turn 3 as it leads to the only real overtaking oppurtunity.

Turn 4: This tight hairpin is your only real overtaking oppurtunity on this track. You can brake for this corner at about 100m, down 5 gears to 40mph. Hit the apex and pick up 
the throttle and exit speed is 70+mph.

Turn 7: This is right after you exit turn 6 so a good exit from turn is vital. It is possible to take this corner flat out, but you have to get it right. Throw the car in with
full steering lock after you pass the curb on the left. You will know what I mean as on the right of the corner at the apex is a curb which you must avoid.

Turn 8: This is just after the sector two time gate. At about 70m, downshift to gear 5. Then after the 50m board throw the car in. Once you hit the apex, full throttle.

Sachs-Kurve (Turn 9): Choosing a braking point marker here is strange, but if you look to the right you can see a massive pylon or tower of some sort. Just as soon as you pass 
this brake down to gear 3. When taking this corner, avoid the kerb on the inside and the one on the outside on the exit.

Mobil 1 Kurve (Turn 12): Just be careful with your steering input. The car feels a bit light after turns 10 & 11 before it which are flat out.

Sudkurve (Turn 13): Just after turn 12 just ease off the throttle for a bit and then pick up the throttle again once you hit the apex. Cornering speed is about 105mph.

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Suzuka
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Tyre Compound: Soft
HANDLING:
Front Wing: 69%
Rear Wing: 74%
Front Suspension: 15
Rear Suspension: 1

Front Camber:  -1.6
Rear Camber: -1.5
Toe: 0.01

Ride Height: 20mm
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 100,000 N/m/s
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 125,000 N/m/s
Front Rebound Damping: 8500 N/m/s
Rear Rebound Damping: 8000 N/m/s
Front Bump Damping: 6500 N/m/s
Rear Bump Damping: 8000 N/m/s

SPEED
1) 21.5
2) 16.5
3) 13.0
4) 10.5
5) 9.0
6) 7.7
7) 7.1

BRAKES:
Preset 1) 65:35
Preset 2) 62:38
Preset 3) 55:45

Top Speed: 194mph

TURNS TO LOOK OUT FOR:
* (V1 Method) Turns 1 & 2: Be wary of how you take your entry into turn 1. Take it a little bit wrong and you're spinning guaranteed. I would recommend that you engine brake to
gear 6 at the 50m board and then turn in with full steering lock then after you have passed turn 1's apex brake lightly down to gear 3. 
New Method: Again be careful of your corner entry, but you can take turn 1 flat out before braking for turn 2.

S Curves and Dunlop Curve (Turns 3 - 7): These turns are approximately 20% of the lap distance, but about 27% of the lap time! Hitting these series of corners right can make a 
huge difference. Just try and keep your speed up as high as possible through these corners. The first 2 can be taken by just letting off the throttle at the right time. The
third can be taken with a bit of engine braking. Brake a little for the fourth corner and flat out through the never ending Dunlop Curve.

Degner Curve (Turn 8): Just after the 100m engine brake down to gear 6 and you can take this corner at about 170mph. Just watch your turn in and steering angle.

Casio Triangle (Turn 17): The 100m braking point can sometimes be a bit blind as it is virtually right after the fast left 130R corner. It's easier to count the number of boards
so in this sense it's the third board to brake at. Take the first apex of the right-left chicane smoothly at about 50mph and you can go flat out for the rest of the lap.

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Interlagos
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Tyre Compound: Hard
HANDLING:
Front Wing: 34%
Rear Wing: 39%
Front Suspension: 15
Rear Suspension: 1

Front Camber:  -0.9
Rear Camber: -1.2
Toe: 0.00

Ride Height: 27mm *(Previously 30mm)
Front Anti-Roll Bar: 30,000 N/m/s
Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 125,000 N/m/s
Front Rebound Damping: 8000 N/m/s
Rear Rebound Damping: 8000 N/m/s
Front Bump Damping: 6500 N/m/s
Rear Bump Damping: 8000 N/m/s

SPEED
1) 21.5
2) 16.0
3) 11.8
4) 9.8
5) 8.3
6) 7.3
7) 6.8

BRAKES:
Preset 1) 60:40
Preset 2) 58:42
Preset 3) 55:35

Top Speed: 205mph

TURNS TO LOOK OUT FOR:
Descida do Sol (Turn 1): Due to the corners entry being uphill, you can brake for this corner just after the 50m board down to about 60mph. Try also to take wider approach to 
this corner as the apex is generally bumpy and slippery. The easiest way to manage this is to turn into the corner after you pass the shadow of the Telefonica banner.

Senna-S (Turn 2): Right after Descida do Sol, flat-out, but provided you take a good line. If not you'll be sliding about and probably into the barrier.


Ferradura (Turn 6): Braking for this corner comes after the 50m board. If you look just after the 50m board the fence then stops off. That's when you should brake down to gear 4
and throw the car into the corner at about 120mph. Do it right and you can take the rest of this uphill corner flat out.

Turn 8: Just be careful of when you brake and turn in for this corner. The camber falls away and it can throw your car off. The exit is easy as it links up immediately with 
Penheirinho (Turn 9).

Mergulho (Turn 12): Downhill corner that can be taken at full throttle. You just have to keep it on the inside line.

Juncao (Turn 13): The most important corner of the track here. Brake at about 70m to about 75-80mph. Keep a clean line and floor the throttle in preparation for the uphill climb
to finish the lap.