This is meant to be a general road setup although it was tuned on the Nurburgring Nordschleife which the given lap time is for. This thing performs very well for a 12 point $99,770 car and can be used in several events to great effect. This is the current setup I am using for it although there may be changes made to it later. As is the tire wear is gentle and cornering is forgiving. I did have a rare issue with the rear wanting to break lose when slamming down on the brakes but that was linked to track conditions or the car being unstable the moment before. Throttle control is important, as with any super car, but if you use 2nd for most corners you will find the car is very compliant, turning out without breaking lose. At 590hp you will still need to use common sense, though if you do manage to break it free with too much throttle input you will find recovering is pretty easy. I included all the gear ratios because, even though I used the transmission trick, the way it is described here is not effective for GT5 in my opinion. What I do instead is to set the Final gear as far as it can go to the right, then set the max speed to the left as far as it can go, and finally to adjust the final gear for the track. For this car I generally keep it set for 200 but you can adjust the final as you see fit.
Tuned using Logitech G25
Carbon drive shaft installed