So the reputation of rF2's AI is it is among the best for simulations and offline racing. I'm an offline racer who loves endurance content so naturally rF2 grabbed my attention. I have almost 300hrs in the game now and I have to say the AI really disappoints me. It is so unbelievably aggressive and accident prone. No matter what I do with the aggression settings the behavior stays the same. I'm honestly at a loss on how to improve things. For instance multiclass races at Sebring turn into a blood bath. Cars ramming each other, nonstop FCY if I don't adjust the threshold for it. Rolling starts seem to also produce a lot of conflict in the field with cars not sticking together, cars running into each other, and sometimes after the formation lap the green flag will never wave and your just stuck in a broken formation lap until you restart the race or in some cases retart the race weekend. It is pure choas and not in a good way. In terms of racing the AI I feel I always have to concede a turn or back way off and wait it out if I am in a faster class car because the spatial awareness of the AI is nonexistent. You can't be aggressive at all with the AI because they simply act as if you are not there. Also the AI's pit strategies leave a lot to be desired. I had two cars today run out of fuel because they simply never pit and two more cars somehow get stuck in the pits because they kept running into a guard rail. On top of that the AI seems to pit much more frequently than it needs to in some cars which also makes longer races less immersive because winning can simply happen due to the AI pitting way more frequently than it needs too. There are some bright spots that give me hope, but they are so few and far between that I'm at a point of giving up on offline endurance races. The AI's lack of awareness, poor pit strategies, out of control driving style really ruin the offline experience. I wish offline racing got some love and these AI behaviors were looked at, but it seems multiplayer is all that's really focused on which is a shame to me because I know there is still an sizable market out there for offline racers.