The AI submit too easily to divebombing at the moment. To make sure we're on the same page about this: The general rule of *road* racing is that before attempting a move up the inside of a car that's in front of you and turning in to a corner, you need some overlap **before** they start turning in. Otherwise, they're entitled to take the racing line. I know for example at some UK circuits the stewards will want you to have your front at least in line with the driver who's on the outside. In iRacing FWIW, the rule is supposed to be "completely alongside" before they turn in. At the moment, even at 100% aggression, the AI will surrender the apex by swerving away if you dive up the inside even from a long way back. It's quite impressive, but not correct. Maybe at 20% aggression that would be OK. But at 100% they should definitely exercise their rights to the apex. It's not even really about aggression, just correct road racing. I could see this teaching bad habits so that when racing elsewhere you'll be hearing things like: "Idiot!…I bet you do rFactor2, don't you?!" Q: Do the AI know anything about drafting?