Simply just setting up a car for the Modified circuit isn’t a big deal. In fact, it is pretty easy to set up for turning laps. However, it shouldn’t be your final goal. The goal should be to win and keep up with the competition in the modified circuit.
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Don’t start from the scratch
Firstly, I would recommend not starting things from scratch. The ideal way is to find a set up that you are already familiar with and then fine tune that specific set up. I would suggest going for a Longacre Chassis Set-Up/Tire Chart that suits your routine. Setting up a perfect car needs patience and a lot of racing experience. Buy the parts as you go on your racing journey. However, understand that racing is an expensive sport and you need to set a budget to buy the necessary components only.