I will be honest, I didn’t expect much from the Atenza Gr.4. I didn’t even know that it was All-Wheel Drive! But man, drive this car around St-Croix – C, It feels like a proper Gran-Tourer Car … and what fun it is!
Car: Mazda Atenza Gr.4
Track: Circuit de Sainte-Croix – C
Tires: Racing Super Soft
Tuner: Travis Gentle
I believe that if the front suspension was a bit softer, there won’t be so much understeer on turn in! If you can manage to shift the weight just right, the front end will hold. On exit, it has plenty of grip thanks to its All-Wheel Drive Layout!
Practice enough and anyone would agree, this car is pretty well balanced!
Well done Travis for an awesome hot lap!Brought to us by Mike (PSN: Capt_Awesome14) at “Gran Turismo Sport: Tuning & Competitions“.
|Car||Mazda Atenza Gr.4|
|Weight||938 kg / 2067 lbs|
|Power Ratio %||126|
|Weight Reduction Ratio %||68|
|Front Rear||super soft||super soft|
|Natural Frequency (Hz)||2.80||2.80|
|Damping Compression (%)||55||55|
|Damping Rebound (%)||85||85|
|Toe Angle||Out 0.00||In 0.50|
LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL
Step 1: Turn on “Fully Customizable Transmission””
Step 2: Final Gear should read 4.090
Step 3: Auto Set should read 270 kph, Slide to 290 kph
|1st||2.366 / 86|
|2nd||1.661 / 123|
|3rd||1.258 / 162|
|4th||0.998 / 205|
|5th||0.830 / 246|
|6th||0.723 / 303|
|Top Speed (Auto Set)||180 mph (290 km/h)|