Suspension Tuning in Forza Motorsport
Learn how each part of the suspension affects handling. After this course you will be able to fine-tune your setups for better lap times.
The Challenge with Suspension Tuning
If you ever tried tuning you know there's a lot to consider and no two cars are quite the same. Maybe you spent time reading the detailed explanations inside Forza's tuning menu – only to feel like you're still missing some bits and pieces.
Or maybe you know tuning can give you a big advantage but you've never tried before. In either case you are in the right place!
Introducing an Easier Way to Learn
Our goal is to show you how to make great handling cars whenever you want in Forza Motorsport.
It's not magic. It's simply a matter of knowing what's going on behind the scenes.
In this free course, Dave Lacey takes you on a tour of each suspension component and explains how changes in the tuning menu affect the car.
After completing this class you will be able to make adjustments to stock tunes, and fine-tune base setups provided by apps like ForzaTune. Your cars will be a joy to drive - and give you that extra edge.
What to Expect
After enrolling you will have access to all of the video lectures.
We start with a quick introduction and then jump into the three main sections: setting tires and alignment, controlling weight transfer and enhancing grip.
At the end of the course you can also download a tuning checklist to help you remember everything you learned, and ask questions in the comments section.
This course is free - simply click the "enroll now" button and create a Gallium Racing School account to get started.
Anthony Curtis is the founder and lead instructor here at Gallium Racing School. You probably know him as the creator of ForzaTune. Since the late 90s Anthony has spent countless hours studying the physics, strategy and mindset needed to drive well and turn better laps.
His favorite series is Forza Motorsport where he spends way too much time at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Gallium Racing School is his way of sharing the racing and tuning tips he wishes he had 20 years ago.
Anthony is an engineer and has taught at the university level. He also hosts an automotive how-to channel with over 4 million views.
You can count on him to make hard topics easy-to-understand, and fun to learn.