Power to Weight Ratio is a key element to stay consistently fast! Small Car, High Power!
The 4C Gr.3 … WOW!!! This car is noticeably fast!
Car: Alfa Romeo 4C Gr.3
Track: Kyoto Driving Park – Yamagiwa – Miyabi
Tires: Racing Super Soft
Tuner: Mark Stevenson
This tune is very well planted! The suspension settings may look a bit stiff, but it works!
You can trust the car to have plenty of grip through the highspeed corners!
Be wary of throttle control on the hairpin exits, it may not necessarily be the cars problem of having a sensitive tail end on exit (raise front end if need be) but its also due to the camber on the track. (angled pavement)
Because of the power to weight ratio of this car, you can guarantee that the car will accelerate quicker than most Gr.3 Race Cars
Enjoy the drive everyone! Congratulations to Mark Stevenson, for one incredible lap!
It brought to us by Mike (PSN: Capt_Awesome14) at “Gran Turismo Sport: Tuning & Competitions“.
|Car||Alfa Romeo 4C Gr.3|
|Weight||1098 kg / 2420 lbs|
|Power Ratio %||max|
|Weight Reduction Ratio %||max|
|Front Rear||Racing soft||Racing soft|
|Natural Frequency (Hz)||2.60||2.60|
|Damping Compression (%)||60||60|
|Damping Rebound (%)||90||90|
|Toe Angle||Out 0.25||In 0.20|
LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL
Final Gear: 3.553
Auto Set: 180
6th Gear: 1.097 / 181
New Final Gear: 3.500
Copy the Rest of the Gears
|1st||2.834 / 68|
|2nd||2.168 / 89|
|3rd||1.724 / 112|
|4th||1.451 / 134|
|5th||1.261 / 154|
|6th||1.097 / 184|
|Top Speed (Auto Set)||180 mph (290 kmph)|