2017 Evora 400
Hi everyone... For those that track their Evoras, I'm hoping to pick your brains a bit. I've got a couple dozen HPDE days under my belt, but in a Cadillac ATS-V, which is FE RWD. I recently picked up a 400, and I'm trying to anticipate how the dynamics will be different and the ways I'll have to adjust braking and turn-in. If the SIMs are to be at all believed, the Evora S in Forza and Assetto Corsa is prone to massive snap-oversteer. Would you say that's true of the 400 as well, or are there strategies to mitigate? I appreciate any insights you can share...