Virtual Race Car Engineer
The Virtual Race Car Engineer is a Windows PC software program featuring numerous tools for easing the guesswork and uncertainty out of your race car setup development process.
Enter the car settings and results from a test run, report your handling impression, and the Lap Wizard recommends setup options and changes to cure your condition. The algorithms were developed in collaboration with car chiefs and engineers of 20+ years practical experience, and take into account details as specific as underused or overused tires, sub-optimal settings, the interaction of different chassis changes, front- or rear-wheel drive car, and even weather conditions. Save your cars and tracks, setups and settings, test runs and results, to be recalled at any time. Reference them whenever needed. Reuse them as the basis for further test runs.
A "quick tip" tool for sussing out the possible setup changes to correct a variety of handling conditions on a given corner.
Manage your saved cars, tracks and setups. Recall and reuse them as the basis for further testing runs. Reference them at any time ... race days, track days.
Become the master
Not only will you go faster in the garage and faster on the track today, but ultimately become a master without even realizing it.
With each run on the Virtual Race Car Engineer you describe a condition specific to your own lap settings and results, and receive the recommendations and explanations to address that very situation. Over time and use you will come to understand the effect of chassis changes as they've related directly to your own experiences, and with that knowledge become the master.
Quote from a user:
Setups can often be a bit of a black art, and many times people make decisions to setup changes that are based on half truths. [This] tool can help give quick feedback from a well-reasoned and experienced perspective. In doing so, it will help dial in your setups to be more to your liking while quicker overall.