Loving the write-up Tin.Going up Eau-Rouge, front nearside wheel was catching the arch liner. Hoping the DSC controller from Hugh can resolve that, as I'd still like to keep the Litchfield suspension with electronic dampering.
What an amazing backdrop to test your car in, I for one am quite jealous.
Reference your point above, the increased downforce created as you power through Eau-Rouge has no doubt caused the suspension to travel further than is desirable.
It will be straightforward to resolve this with the DSC Sport controller.
Given that the outside wheels receive more damping than the inside wheel as standard, it may be that the standard suspension set-up within the DSC Sport will automatically dial this out.
I could however prepare strategies for you to take to the track that would restrict the wheel to body movement further so that you could very quickly change this on the day.
The best approach would be to have three race maps installed in the controller so that you could flick between them while you were on track.
I could also prepare further maps that you could load between sessions should you need more.