Hello everyone, I play this game since the beginning and I like it most out of all the sims, that I have played, for various reasons. So since about 1-2 years I have only been playing R3E and nothing else, yet I just do not have so much time to play (mainly about two 30 minute events per weekend). I like driving the more newer cars and smaller formula cars, not so much the classic cars. I mainly know each track like the back of my hand. So my current chamionship setup is: Fixed AI at around 105% About 20-30 opponents 10-12 mins Quali 15 mins race About 6 rounds for each championhip My main goal (like for most of you) is to have fun and close racing but having "always" a change to win a race (or battle at least in the end of the chaionship for the title or at least top 5) if I do a nearly perfect job (good qauli-lap and race without any unforced errors). At fixed AI I sometimes have the problem that at some tracks I'm far to fast for the AI (e.g. daytona, Bilster Berg) and at a little bit more tracks I'm far too slow (e.g. Oschersleben, Salzburgring). At most track it fits quite good with fixed AI. I also tried adaptive AI (of course) in the past but I think my AAI-file has not enough content cause I change car classes too often (even if other combos get transfered to th combo I'm running at the event) and my races are too short and even on tracks, which I use quite often (Silverstone) the results with AAI is "confusing", somtimes I'm way o fast, sometimes I'm way too slow, sometimes it fits quite good. I understand that you cannot be on the same level on any track, which is fully ok. So in the end I switched back to fixed AI, cause I also had the impression that the spread between qualy-times and race times are not that big as with AAI, which leads me to my second point I always think about. I have set all paramters like tire ware, fuel consumption, damage to "off". Why? Cause I think then AI and I fight with equal weapons. But I just think so, I do not know it. What I know is, that AI uses default setup (so do I). But what about fuel in qualifying. Do they run at 50L (default value when you switch fuel "off). So what I do not want is to cheat on them, by using softest tires (if available) and less fuel. But I also do not wnat them to cheat on me (even if I know that AI uses a simpler physics model). What I also tried in the past to get most fun with close racing (and I know that close racing with AI is possible and makes a lot fun): No qualifying. 2 race setup with reversed grid but then I am somehow limited to 7 oponents, so that everyone has same changes, cause grid is then random (it isn't eally as the same drivers always start at about the same grid poition even without qualifying) if you do not do qualifying. It was quite good fun. At tracks, where I'm little slower than AI I had to defend and vise versa. In pack-racing I'm faster than AI in most cases cause of awareness and stuff like that. nother setup was also ithout qualifying and longer races where I started mid-pack. Fun for me but due to "random" grid not really fair. These are my thoughts. Maybe it could be a little help and maybe some of you can give their feedbak. Maybe I missed some points or anybody has some hints (for me or others) to make racing a championship against the AI even more funny as it already is.