I'm happy to occasionally drive the car and give you feedback but sadly it is not exactly my type of car so I'm not really interested about it. If you have questions I'm happy to answer but making the suspension for the car would require just too much time spent finding data and calculating stuff. What's the problem?
since I deleted the setup.ini the car is more or less undriveable, no grip at all at the front axle (that is with the official spring rates I got) So its (I guess) a matter of setting up dampers and rollbars.
Did you save your setup.ini contents before you deleted it? If yes then just go through each setup setting to see where the spring, damper or some else value goes outside the setup.ini range and then use the min or max value of that setting (from setup.ini) as placeholder. For example if your front wheelrate was 120k and your setup.ini range was 60k-90k then use 90k. Similarly if your diff coast was 35 in the drivetrain.ini but your setup.ini had it limited to 50-80 then use 50.
3D external landscape
Track surfaces and physics improovements (Sand, Grass, Carpet, Kerbs, and Invalid Track areas)
Track Map functional
Track Cameras improoved
Added colisions with track objects (Except ‘cones’)
Pole and Sun position reorientated
Minor textures changes and improovements (Pit building, Terrain and Trees)
3D Road mesh improoved for smoother track surface
...about fifty additional cars officially licensed will be included in Assetto Corsa during 2015...
This makes almost 1 car per week as an objective (since the begining of the year)... Were they very optimists ? Will we get many cars at once (except for the dream pack dlc, I do not know if it was the case before) ?
Just wondering ... ^^