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Official mod of the SRHF1 2020 Season.

http://www.simracinghub.com/images/events/SRHF1/2020/SRHF1-2020-Registrations.png

Download Link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/iex2d0l9sm3eoi4/SRHF1_2020_v1.0.0.rfcmp?dl=0

Originally made by: OW, modified by SimRacingHub (http://www.simracinghub.com) and FiHS (http://www.fihsf1.net).
Last Updated: March 5, 2020
Version: 1.0.0
Size: 1.09GB

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

General

- Weight: 733 Kg
- Center of gravity height: 0.205 m
- Weight distribution: 46:54 (F:R)
- Base drag: 0.32
- Fuel tank capacity: 145 L
- Speed limiter: Available for 80 Km/h
- Onboard starter: Unavailable
- Number of gears: 8 forward, 1 reverse
- Driven wheels: Rear
- Steering lock-to-lock: 450 degrees

Engine

- Aspiration: Turbocharged
- Max. Power: 929 hp @ 13250 rpm
- Max. Torque: 510.5 Nm @ 12000 rpm
- Power-to-weight: 1.27 hp/Kg
- Rev limit range: 11500 - 13000 rpm
- Optimal oil temp: 107 C
- Max safe oil temp: 114 C
- Safe RPM: 12300 rpm
- Avg. lifetime: 2 hours
- Lifetime variance: 6 minutes

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Brakes

- Optimal brake temp: 300 - 950 C
- Max brake torque: 4890.0 Nm (Front), 3990.0 Nm (Rear)
- Half torque temp: 1200 C
- Brake disc thickness: 28 - 32 mm
- Disc failure thickness: 22.7 - 23.3 mm
- Onboard brake bias: Available

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Tires

- Optimal temp for all compounds: 99.85 C

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Revision History:

Version 1.0.0 - MAR/05/2020:
- Increased front and rear wing downforce
- Reduced body drag
- Added SRHF1 driver textures
- Reduced size of real F1 driver textures

Version 0.9.9 - FEB/23/2020:
- Increased fuel tank size to 145L
- Reduced front and rear wing downforce
- Increased DRS drag when activated
- Reduced draft effects
- Increased fuel consumption for boosts 2 and 3

Version 0.9.0 - FEB/15/2020:
- Increased drag penalty per wing degree increment
- Made gearbox final drives tighter

Version 0.8.0 - FEB/03/2020:
- Initial clean build.

Older versions:

0.9.9 - Released FEB/23/2020 - Download
0.9.0 - Released FEB/15/2020 - Download
0.8.0 - Released FEB/03/2020 - Download
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The rear brakes seem to cool at a much slower rate than the fronts. May not be wrong, just a big challenge to get under control.
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Yeah Adam is correct i guess you set the mod closer to the real car as regards how the brakes work but its also causing a fine line between understeer and or lockup. You can get the front brakes hotter though after playing with it. Feels a rougher ride guess just need to dial it in i guess
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Rears are supposed to cool slower than fronts, they have much more disturbed and warmer airflow than the fronts which have almost completely undisturbed airflow. All you need to do is run more front bias than last year and have appropriate ducting and they work great.

There's more gaming here than simulation it seems, so do what you will with mod adjustment if you feel necessary.
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Yeah after alot more laps and adjustments the brakes are pretty good i hope you dont change them,
Like Cory said it seems to mimic what the real car would do. Also there quite interesting the way they are hotter on the front end going into the turn and with the rears cooling slower and the way the wear initially seems like its going one way based on bias but as the stint goes on goes more the other way. Thats a pretty cool feature and could add to the strategy depending on how you set them up.Also the Bias seems perfect once you get the balance just a finer line than before.

Hopefully you dont over react to early comments Janos and completely change it up.

One thing does need looking at is there dosnt seem to be a huge difference between the tires time and grip wise. Maybe needs to be a bit more of a spread just my 2 cents.
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Version 0.9.0 has been released. Here are the changes:

- Increased drag penalty per wing degree increment
- Made gearbox final drives tighter
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Real F1 can carry 145 liters of fuel since 2019.

I'd like us to have more fuel to use.

I don't think it would affect race results much, but might be even more fun, imo.
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Version 0.9.9 has been released, here are the changes:

- Increased fuel tank size to 145L
- Reduced front and rear wing downforce
- Increased DRS drag when activated
- Reduced draft effects
- Increased fuel consumption for boosts 2 and 3
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Ello we increased fuel tank size but negated it with more consumption on boost settings also the car seems excessively slippy with the reduced downforce even on softest tire maybe the track being green didnt help not sure?
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I'm perplexed as to why changes were made, except for fuel capacity.

Hopefully decisions not made based on performance differences while using anything except the exact same setup and similar driving. In Sepang, Ivan & I tested drafting with and w/out DRS on same setups and it was normal performance and very similar to 2019. We felt the same in Hock until race when Ivan used higher wings, and even then a couple times I didn't catch him until the braking into Turn 6 /w full boost.

Also don't understand the increased boost consumption. What difference does changing this along with adding more fuel make?

If we're trying to slow the top speeds, then I can understand the wing adjustments. But as Glyn says, this change might not coincide well with the values of other grip/traction producing elements of the car. I did't see top speeds as being abnormally different from the pros.
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Man that word "perplexed" haha, so dramatic.

The goal was to try to reduce the benefits of running high wings. Remember 2019 you could get away with high wings on almost all tracks.

The fuel consumption for boost 2 and 3 was increased because with the larger fuel tank you could almost run boost 3 the whole race.

Remember one thing, we are testing changes. For Australia we will most likely have a version that's somewhere in between the current and the Hockenheim versions.

Keep calm. We'll produce a nice mod this year.
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Yes, okay, I just felt the hock version was good to go.

If you lower the downforce level produced by the wings, wouldn't that cause us to raise the wings higher to counter the loss?
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Yes but you also pay the penalty of running higher wings.
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Yeah, so less top speed. If it's the same for everyone and we're all countering, I guess I don't understand what the main objective is, other than slowing the lap times and making race longer.
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I'll know more tomorrow when I drive the car, but that aero change could also affect how efficient the current gearbox range is when paired into the equation. Something I feel is improved this year over 2019 by a good margin is this latest gearbox.

Just thinking here.
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Yes, we noticed that too. We already have an aero package for Australia. That one should be better balanced.

What we are trying to achieve is to have wings that make sense depending on the tracks so that you have to adjust your setup accordingly. Some people may chose lower downforce to get more top speed but sacrifice tire and brake wear. Others might take the opposite approach.

Last years mod allowed to essentially reuse the same setup on all tracks.

We'll learn more after this week and make the right decision for Australia.
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Can you post the optimal running and wear/damage operating windows for brakes, engine, tires for next release?

The istanbul version seemed to have higher tyre wear but difficult to say for sure without going back to sepang or hockenheim. Seemed like a bit less grip overall, causing tyres to overheat easier. I didn't perform any slipstream tests.
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I'm going to keep you posted here as our first race gets closer and closer.

I was able to get started on the custom skins yesterday, so far I have Ferrari done. Moving on with McLaren now...
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Done with McLaren, moving on with Alfa Romeo.
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Done with Alfa, now onto Renault...
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Go Janos Go!! :D
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