Posted 08/04/2012 5:02 AM
In your comment you say the Veyron understeers a lot. To prevent this you shouldn't apply the chassis reinforcement.I rarely ever enable this feature. Allthough it improves the stiffness of the chassis, it also makes the car harder to turn. A heavy car like the Veyron (1424kg) doesn't need that. Also set the torsion control to F10-R90. That will improve the exiting out of corners. Set the front brake harder and ABS off (only using racing tyres), that will improve braking power (be gentle with the braking button/pedal). I assure you it will handle much better. Another thing is to set the front suspension not too hard (max 11.0), then it wil bump easily out of corners. Set the rear suspension just a tad harder (12.0), so it will turn easier. If the front camber is too much, the tendensy tot understeer when steering to the max is greater. So the key to a good handling veyron is to be gentle with its suspension and keep it flexible, not stiff.When on an oval track, give it just a sports suspension, that will absorb the pressure on the outer tyres much better at high speed than a racing suspension. Finally, you can also play with weight balance to give it a more direct handling feeling, but on the other hand you will have to add a lot of weight to affect the balance of the car.