Hello! As the title says, I recently came back to re-explore rF2 after being away many years from it. I love sim-racing and dedicated the last 20 years of my life to this passion, and I'm quite pleased to see that this sim has grown up quite a lot since my last launch, 4 or 5 years ago... I'm really enjoying dedicating time to it, but I also feel like to give the developers a few suggestions in order to improve rF2 and hopefully make it grow up even more by "fixing" some details of the sim itself: - please update the telemetry coming from the sim in order to make data available to be displayed on an external dashboard. These data include: Water and Oil Temps (not working for 99% of the cars at the moment), onboard TC setting, onboard ABS setting and onboard FUEL MIXTURE setting. BRAKE BIAS works nicely instead; - add a "down-shift" protection for suitable cars. Not that I have problems with downshifts, but nowadays all of the paddle-shift gearboxes have this feature included, so it would be nice to have this feature in the sim as well, simply because real cars have it; - force users, on certain type of cars like GT3, GTE and LMPs (or any other car that uses paddles) to use a sequential shifting method (as of now I can drive any of those cars with a H pattern shifter, but I shouldn' t be able to do this); - polish official cars dashboards/DDUs and their features, in order to better match real-life counterparts; these features include, for example, data displayed on the dashboard/DDU, better LED functionalities like Pit- Limiter status, wheel lock-up and slip, TC and ABS intervention pulses (I would love to have these data coming from the telemetry so that I could assign LED functions on my actual dashboard when the tires are slipping/locking or for ABS and TC intervention); - on most of the GT3 and GTE cars there is a TC-2 setting as well, that would be nice to have too; - flashing headlight feature. These are a few suggestions in order to improve some aspects of this beautiful sim. I'm loving racing in rF2 but I find these little details a bit disappointing for nowadays standards and this is a pity, because the potential of this sim is just incredible, and it can really become the new ultimate benchmark among the competition... Thank you for your attention and I wish you good work for your continuous development!