Unfortunately this will be a scathing review for this setup. When I went into Spa for practice I was expecting to be 2-3 seconds off the pace of the aliens so instead of a 2.11 I was expecting to be in the 1.13's, I know I am not the fastest or skilled driver out there but I know the track as I had raced before. To my surprise i was 7 seconds off the pace (2.18's) and the car was a handful to control with unpredictable spins under braking. I decided to open up the setup page and I freaked out and made total sense why I was so far off the pace. The camber, especially the front camber is set way too negative, almost 5 degrees negative and in 4-5 laps the inners would wear to 90% while the outer tread mostly untouched. Secondly the car was pitching and rolling a lot as the front was set to ultrasoft and was making the car quite unpredictable and unbalanced... in a perfectly smooth track with sweeping corners like SPA a car should be as stiff as possible. Without a second thought I tightened up the front and reduced the camber and maxed clutch plates on the diff, without even going into telemetry and such, simply on the fly, did a couple of laps before going to work and the car was instantly 4 seconds faster (2.14's). This free setup is not fast and not even safe for use, quite the opposite.