So i'm sort of a rookie when it comes to car setups in general, but I just thought we could have a discussion about the newly added feature of adjustable tire pressures. In my very limited understanding of tire pressures I thought that this was something you'd only really adjust to accommodate different track temperatures and weather conditions, but since raceroom does not really feature these conditions I have a hard time understanding why this feature is even in the game? In my understanding a higher tire pressure would equal a hotter tire due the fact that compressed air increases temperature? So if you have a hard time heating your tires, for example when the weather is cold, you would increase pressure. Lower pressure would then result in a cooler tire. But if you go too low on pressure the tire would deform and cause higher than ideal friction, which might in return overheat your tires. A too high tire pressure would result in less contact patch with the ground, causing the tire to lose surface grip and also result in a too hot tire due to the smaller contact surface getting all the work load, combined with the fact that higher pressure means higher temps. But again, since raceroom does not have different weather options I don't really see the point of this feature. Or does track temperatures differ in morning, day and afternoon settings? I am thinking this correctly?