Lexus RC F GT3 EVO Valencia Setup ACC V.1.9
- Laptime: 1:30.6
- Temps: Air 22° – Track 26°
- Qualy & Race setups Included (+2 extra aggressive Qualy & Race eSports ACC setups included)
- Aggressive WET Setup with enough fuel for 5 push laps
- Slightly adjust the tires PSI based on air & track temps
- Compatible with PC, PS4/PS5 & Xbox
- Pit stop time loss calculation table and optimal tyre/brakes temps table included
Lexus RC F GT3 ACC Bundle
Consider also purchasing the full Lexus RC F GT3 EVO Setups Bundle (€24.99) to access all setups from the 23 ACC tracks (British & USA tracks pack included) and save €62.79!
Lexus RC F GT3 ACC Valencia Setup Compatibility
These Lexus RC F GT3 ACC setups are also compatible with PS4/PS5 & Xbox. You’ll just have to follow the steps in the “Ps5 & Xbox Readme” that you’ll receive in the zip file once you’ve downloaded the setup.
Make Your Races Count with the Lexus RC F GT3
This Lexus RC F GT3 setup isn’t just about traction; it’s also super stable over the apex kerbs. Imagine mastering those challenging corners at Valencia with the Lexus’s strong traction and resilience over the kerbs.
This Lexus ACC setup is specifically developed to optimize your car’s performance, ensuring lots of traction and yet reduced understeer, perfect for the unique demands of Valencia.
Your Quick ACC Guide to Mastering the Valencia Track with Lexus RC F GT3
Navigating Valencia is all about leveraging the strengths of the Lexus RC F GT3. The circuit’s combination of high-speed sections, sweeping turns, and technical corners requires a car with exceptional handling and stability – exactly what this setup offers.
With the Lexus ACC setup, focus on utilizing the car’s pointy steering and balanced throttle to navigate these sections, ensuring both speed and car control.
Tweak Your Lexus RC F GT3 Valencia ACC Setup for The Changing Conditions
Adjusting your setup is crucial for peak performance. Each race at Valencia presents varying conditions, therefore needing small tweaks to achieve the perfect balance.
In cooler conditions (below 22°C track), consider increasing tire pressure and adjusting toe settings for optimal tire temperature and pressures, ensuring consistent grip through Valencia’s fast corners and long straights.
If experiencing oversteer around Valencia in the Lexus GT3, especially in warmer temperatures, consider reducing a bit the rear negative toe (going more positive) softening the rear anti-roll bar for one/two clicks or softening the rear wheelrate for one/two clicks to restore the car’s maximum overall grip and stability.
Fine-tuning these aspects according to track conditions and your driving style is key in the highly competitive world of ACC and sim racing in general.