Are you struggling to understand what camber settings you should be using on 2020 European tracks in ACC after visiting the console wizard?
For certain 2020 circuits on the new tyre compound (from ACC version 1.6), there are strict camber limits placed on the cars compared to 2019. This only applies to European circuits, as the IGTC circuits still utilise the 2019 tyre, even when selecting the 2020 season.
Why do we need to know the maximum camber value on an unrestricted IGTC track to work out the camber values on 2020 European GTWC tracks?
Because the wizard uses the unrestricted amount as it’s baseline (it has to, to cater for both types of tyre), it means that any reduction in camber on 2020 European tracks is taken from the maximum unrestricted camber value.
Simply load any IGTC circuit in game like Bathurst or Suzuka to find out the maximum camber values for your chosen car.
On 2020 European circuits, you will then be greeted with numbers in the console wizard higher than you can achieve based on the maximum camber value you have found out above, simply follow the examples below to work out the true values:
Ferrari 488 GT3 EVO
Maximum camber front unrestricted: -5.0
Maximum camber rear unrestricted: -5.0
Example 1: The Console Wizard shows -5.0 front camber and -5.0 rear camber. On a restricted circuit this would mean -4.0 and -3.5 camber front and rear.
Example 2: The Console Wizard shows -4.7 front camber and -4.5 rear camber. On a restricted circuit that would mean -3.7 and -3.0 camber front and rear.
If you aren’t sure what the maximum camber value is for the car you are driving. Please visit an unrestricted circuit and maximise both values in the setup screen to know the highest possible number in the wizard