I over tuned my engine so I get a higher rev limit and the engine revs much faster and more efficient Then just lower to power down to suit so now I can stay in gears longer or don't have to use to high of a gear on the uphill struggles
In fact I tuned each car to nearly maximum and lightened them then just go to settings and adjust back down to the requirements. You have all the benefits of a tuned car even tho your not over the power limit
I've settle for all silvers, I haven't the time or the patience to try for the golds.
Cheers, if it helps then its good. Another good tip there Ytevo, I'll give that a go for the others
Nice tip - sometimes the obvious stuff is what we all miss
Just another tip that i hope helps some people out.
The elise loves to oversteer under braking, What helped me stop that was to increase the front brake bias to 6 and decrease the rear brake bias to 4. It improved the braking stability greatly.
Apparently, one thing that helps the Lotus immensely is to stiffen the chassis.
I have yet to put this to a test, though.