First of all professional and commercial wise simulation software means to simulate real world behavior and exposure data in order to analyze them. This simulator offers no stats whatsoever, so you have no official (by official i want to know what they are actually using in the car and not on paper) data about track width, wheelbase, empty weight, tire ranges, brake ranges, engine stats, etc. It is not even possible to hide behind license excuses because not even simple stats like widths are officially said. For example the C7R wheelbase on all specs i saw online should be 2708mm instead it appears to be 2850mm according to dampPlugin. It does not compute and/or expose static data like static weight and others. I mean very simple but still important data that should be quite simple for a simulation to expose them. I would be impressed if the simulator does not compute those to use them in their physics. If i try to extrapolate information from what it is possible to come up with dampluging i realize that there is really something off. The corvette C7R for example that should weight around 1245kg, according to many specs in the web, by either using the susp force channel or damper pos * spring rate, it turns out that the total sprung mass is about 1693kgf, +400kg off of sprung mass? I understand the BOP but +400 kg off is quite a lot. Besides at this point with that huge amount of weight increase i ask myself if the tires has been adjusted to compensate it, otherwise you might end up with tires overloaded, more than real life, decreasing even more the coefficient of friction (supposing that tire simulation here is realistic beyond initial impressions). This would explain why the car likes to easily lift oversteer at lemans, specially if you raise the rear, even slightly. I mean i have played a lot with setting up both in iR and rF and the former when it comes to data is definitely more reliable to an extend. This is definitely not a rant post, quite the opposite. However i must say that, okay, the driving feeling that rF2 offers, it goes beyond others games but gosh it disappoint me a lot because of this pseudo simulation selling key point which does not meet what i see in the platform (eg. environment impact on car balance).