Nürburgring is really well scanned. It's the best version of all this track versions I've driven.
Lotus Exos 125 is freaking fun, yet challenging to drive. KS once again proves that they are very aware of physics for each particular car. They know that open-wheelers has enormous grip level and if you do enter the corner right, even with default setup, it turns so well and the grip is so big, that you even can get really early on the throttle. So yeah, Boris, it's not the problem of default setup, it's a racer's problems, so it's yours. The turning depends on how you enter the corner what lines do you use. I've maybe 20 laps already around the cuircuit with Lotus Exos T125 and in many case I went off the track because of bad entry, so it took me some time to get used with the track and the car, and with default I did 1.46.2, and it's easy to do 1.45, 'cos I still miss some apexes, and loosing time there and there, so it feels like I can do 1.45 if I focus more on the lap.