I’ve read the cars used Michelin tires: https://michelinmotorsport.com/var/...lication/8d7440a83ebc33dd7f4241255aad147f.pdf “These latest-generation simulators allow the fitment to the cars of ‘virtual’ tyres that have been conceived entirely digitally to commence testing with the drivers before moving on to the track testing phase.“ “ The virtual MICHELIN Pilot Sport range consequently promises to be not only a frequent talking point over the weekend, but also one of the keys to providing an entertaining inaugural Le Mans 24 Hours Virtual. Participants will be able to choose between four different types of tyre: • The MICHELIN Pilot Sport Soft (qualifying and single stinting) • The MICHELIN Pilot Sport Medium (approximately two stints) • The MICHELIN Pilot Sport Hard (approximately three stints) • The MICHELIN Pilot Sport Rain (wet conditions)” But I’m not sure what it means. Was it only visual branding, but with the same physics as used in the game? Michelin has industry leading virtual tire technology: https://www.researchgate.net/public...rmomechanical_tire_model_for_vehicle_dynamics I highly doubt they would build, integrate and test different tires just for the race. It’s not that simple to swap tires in rF2. Perhaps the current ones, used in rF2 endurance cars(and GT3) use to some extent Michelin TameTire technology?