Hi, i've got a question about aerodynamic settings for Group C cars.
Following Mulsanne's corner data, sprint configuration (high downforce) had more % of front downforce than Le Mans configuration (low downforce). That means high downforce configuration is more 'aero-oversteering' than low downforce config. Right?
However I also heard that front downforce had only a few different adjustments available, and not much influence, while rear wing had many differente angle positions and much more influence on lift and drag.
If rear wing setting changes have a bigger effect on aeros, then high downforce settings should be more 'aero-understeering'.
How they achieved such front downforce increase, which actually is bigger than rear?
Is due to ride height or rake? Thank you!
Edited by raintyre, 10 January 2015 - 12:51.