Car settings for suitable tracks that I suggest below are only my propositions since these settings depend on particular vehicle and even on your driving style.
Tracks with "B" letters in their names (i.e. Punta Brava B) are de facto inverted versions of other stages.
On Italian twisty, bumpy and uneven tracks you will be dealing with several kinds of surfaces: with gravel, sometimes with mud and rarely with tarmac. Thus soft/high suspension should prove its usefulness. Shift the brake bias toward the rear axle, it is also worth to experiment with fast bump setting on the shakedown. You're cutting through corners only at your own risk because of pretty uneven road margins. On these hard shoulders you may find almost everything you can imagine: rocks, stones, pegs, grooves, low walls, fences, barrier rails and ribbons.
First section of Tempio Pausania track seems to be most interesting because of its technical difficulty.
On Cunconi watch out for couple of bridges and prepare for surface change (from tarmac to gravel).
On Tempio Pausania the first section seems to be the most interesting because of its technical difficulty: you can find there probably everything what you can find on Italian tracks. Watch out for rocks along both road margins, also for small and dark grove in which it is hard to see the road.
On one of the stages (Cunconi) prepare for some very rough tarmac. Watch out for couple of bridges and surface change.
You should know Monte di li Conchi track very well - this one was in demo.