I've just tested the car on the updated build and tyre model.
Now the tyres are not always stone cold after a straight, and stay on the operative temperature range. The only tyre that suffers slightly graining here at Vallelunga it's the front right, but it's quite normal in this track with such many right corners.
Also, semi-slick tyres have a faster wear, I barely managed to do 15 laps then the rear tyres were literaly gone, so if we'll do a single race of 30 laps a pit would be mandatory. But eventually I think that it would be better to have 2 races of 15 laps.
On a side note: I gave to the new Vallelunga classic layout a go, and the Trincea corner was amazing. While in the complete layout is just flat out, in the classic one is just after a faster right corner: quite demanding, it would be nice to race here.
Last edited by Glaurung; 2 April 16 at 20:39.