Originally Posted by toptek
No you want the averige rpm. the highest rpm is reached on moost tracks once.
also you want to see in what window your rpm's are. from there you can fine tune the rpm range. than you use your turbo for extra topspeed on the straight.
fine tune the setup in the infield and use the turbo for the straight. this gives you the best infield speed.
Actually, the rpm value you want is the rpm on the slowest
corner of the track. Then you can set your start rpm to be higher than this to get maximum torque, and get the most from the boost. Now, this is difficult to implement without external loggers... as a minimum rpm log will simply give you zero (race start!)
Max RPM is pretty meaningless really, as by the end of the straight, you should be at an RPM well beyond that of the end of the boost range, especially when including turbo settings.