Week 9 is up and running for LFM Season 12. A new week means new meta setups from the team. After the replacement of Paul Ricard the other week in place of Laguna Seca, you can now look forward to it again so soon, albeit with very minor BOP tweaks which you can find below.
The Ferrari looks good at both Zandvoort and Paul Ricard this week.
Want to see how our drivers stacked up compared to each other with the current BOP? Then make sure to check the table out below
Week 9 BOP Table
|BMW M4 GT3
|Ferrari 296 GT3
|Porsche 992 GT3R
|McLaren 720s EVO
Watch The Hotlaps Now
You can find the hotlaps for all of the cars for this week’s combinations below. Struggling to find that extra few tenths at Paul Ricard in the challenging sector 3? Watch how our drivers tackled them to get the lap times they achieved.
McLaren 720s EVO
Ferrari 296 GT3
Porsche 992 GT3R
BMW M4 GT3
Coach Dave LFM Meta Setup Recap
What Do I Receive With These New Setups?
These new LFM setups will be created with the custom BOP applied. Trending away from what we normally do, these setups will also be created with all the meta trends applied, which means the setups will be both aggressive and tricky to drive. We are gunning for overall lap time and therefore offer a completely different dynamic to the other CDA4 setups we already offer to customers.
Included then for each series are as follows:
- 1 Qualifying Setup
- 1 Race Setup
- Motec data of the fastest lap
- Onboard lap posted on YouTube
- Popometer data package for the fastest lap
For the start of this new experiment, we will be doing setups for the 4 cars that have the highest entry statistics so far for season 12 on LFM. This means we will be doing setups for the following cars:
- Ferrari 296 GT3
- McLaren 720s GT3 EVO
- Porsche 992 GT3R
- BMW M4 GT3
These 4 cars make up the highest number of race entries so far this season and they will receive setups for both the Coach Dave Sprint Series and the SimRace Shop series.
What Is The New Naming Convention?
Given these new Meta setups follow a very different philosophy to our existing setups, they will also have a slightly different name in Delta. We will be dropping the version number from the name and the variant. This is because they will be constantly changed and updated based on the LFM calendars and physics updates.
The naming convention example then is as follows:
- CDA M M4 GT3 BAR Q
- CDA M M4 GT3 BAR R
The M stands for “Meta”, which will allow customers to distinguish it from the normal CDA4 setups. It will look like this in Delta: