I will work on a specific setup for this track over the weekend and post on here for the Fezza.
However in the mean time if you want to tinker here few things about the ferrari to help with your setup.
The Setup in this post is my best so far http://xgn.com.au/index.php?topic=2852.msg53071#msg53071
. For di mores you may need to adjust tyre pressures .
I am confident the camber and toe settings are pretty good, but does not mean its perfect. When you adjust toe you may need to adjust camber as well.
Undecided whether a neutral toe or slight negative toe is best both seem to turn in alot better than a positive toe , however if you get it to turn in to well the rear end grip can't cope with it and will try to snap alot. Its about getting that balance between the two (recurring theme alert). It is a pity there is no way to adjust the rear end wheels.
Use ride height to adjust the balance of the car between front and rear. Its about getting the balance you like between the power on oversteer or power off understeer
The car is notorious for power off understeer, stiffening the front roll bar may help, lower the front ride height (at the expense of rear end grip )
Also agree with bacc that stiffer springs seem the best way to go with these cars.
Brake bias is something i havn't touched and may well help things ?
I thought this car would be easy to setup as there isn't alot of options but almost every option you adjust affects the other options.
Adjust roll bar camber needs changing, adjust springs camber needs changing etc :