Posted this on my own site, but felt like it could use some visibility here. Currently there's one setup that works unanimously across all rear-wheel drive cars in R3E. It's been this way for about two or three months, since the DTM 2015 pack came out. I basically haven't had to spend any time in the garage screen since then, because the same setup works across everything, from GT3 to Touring Cars, at any track from Macau to Slovakia Ring. Don't let the numbers fool you, the car feels glued to the race track and the back end never steps out. Today really drilled home how broken this exploit setup is. I did an event on Race2Play in the 2014 ADAC cars at the Red Bully Ring. There were some good drivers in the field, guys who have blown the doors off me previously, and I was almost a full second faster than anybody else. When it came time for the actual race, I found out why. No matter how good of a corner the guy behind me made, by the time we accelerated to 4th gear, I'd pull away by 2 tenths automatically, and keep climbing depending on the length of the straight. You'd think the minimum wing settings would cause me to spin, same with the minimum anti-roll bar settings, and you'd think the super soft springs would cause the car to bottom out... They never did. This setup is practically unstoppable. It has made me believe that every single car in the game is the exact same base set of physics, with only it's weight and engine/transmission adjusted accordingly. Is there a reason this setup is so overpowered?