So I've been mainly racing the FR90, I started with the V12 assuming the cars would be equal minus the sound of the V12 ( I mean it sounds awesome), V10 and V8. I decided to go ahead and buy the V10 and V8 after having raced the V12 for a couple of weeks and was surprised to find that they are not equal and are quite different. And surprisingly, to me, the V8 (more neutral balance) is the best balanced and easiest to drive of the 3, followed by the V12 and the V10 coming in last. The V12 and V10 seem to suffer from an understeer and feel heavier than the V8 on corner entry. The V10 feels like it has more torque on corner exit and likes to snap sideways going between 1st, 2nd and 3rd gears. The V12 suffers from that too but not quite as extreme, but the V8 is the most manageable of the 3 on corner exit and drive. I know it's not even possible but I would like to be able to adjust the clutch-less shifting parameters, kill time on the upshifts and the blip amount on the downshifts, engine braking adjustment would be sweet too. I am going to mod my shifter tomorrow to sequential to really make things even more difficult with these beasts. I've been doing races of 101% Ai level, with that setting I can push at 100% and get to the back of the top 5 but have to usually back off to 80% to make the tires last. I've been doing 20 lap races and with tire degradation, driving at 100% the tires don't last very long when using the soft's. I've struggled to the get the hard's to work, I've softened up the suspension and raised the dampening and think I might be able to use them in a race. I think a medium compound would be nice, or make the hard a little a softer than it is. I was a little peeved about the Ai having advantages in races which I thought was down to Ai behavior, but after having purchased the other cars. I now see that the different FR90's do have strong points, which now makes more sense. After the last patch the Ai behavior is improved and I am having a lot of fun with the class of cars. I think it's genius to have 3 different cars with some different characteristics rather than 1 licensed reproduction of a 90's F1 car. It makes the racing more interesting in my opinion, the FR90's are a real challenge to drive and am I loving it. My next championship will have some sort of mandatory pit stop with either increased fuel consumption and/or tire consumption. Anyone come up with a good option on that?