Load any car into a perfectly flat track, there are several test tracks available with this.
Enable DEV apps and open Telemetry and select the 'Load kg' preset.
Default set up should see the loads equal left to right, now change setup by raising the right side spring rates and ride heights and do the opposite to the left side.
The expected result should be that the left side loads should now be higher than the right but, in my limited testing the left rear load increases but the Bloody opposite happens at the front, this is physically impossible no?
(Noticed this when I looked at my Buick and Pontiac and even on a symmetrical setup the loads aren't symmetrical.)
Further, I already know the telemetry for the wings can not be relied on, however the physics seem to work.
I gave a car 100 units of downforce over the rear axle and 100 units of lift some 10 metres infront of the front axle. The resulting vector should be many units of lift at some point infront of the front axle and this is reflected when driving the car as it eventually flips over backwards.
But the Telemetry reads 0 kg of downforce, it seems to have taken the +100 units and the -100 units and just cancelled each other out. IIRC it also says this 0 kg of force is acting some 1000000000000% forward of the front axle.