Is there anything that can be done with the grip changes? Just take the combination Mills-Megane as an example. In practice without any other cars on track my best lap time is 1:08,xxx. But online, with 30 other drivers and nearly the same conditions after a long training and qualifying session, yesterday I drove a 1:05,1 (same setup). Not only the time improved a lot, it almost feels like driving a different car ... I know it is beta and track conditions/weather can have an influence on laptimes, but 3 seconds difference? ... Just curious what you think about it, for me it somehow ruins the competition as with such large spreads in laptimes you simply cannot judge if a laptime was good or not. Maybe it's also the megane physics in general which seem to be more alpha than beta. Rear tires don't heat up from rolling, temparature almost "explodes" once you start sliding and cools down in a few seconds once you go straight again. It really feels strange, also the Formula Renault 3.5. Without traction control these cars are almost out of control everytime you hit the throttle. Or is it necessary to drive them with traction control? So there is smoke everywhere due to drivers accererating / braking all the time. I have been to a World Series by Renault weekend 3 times and have never seen the respective cars behave in the same way. Overall there is only one thing about the physics I like: Reaching higher speeds you can balance the car mid-corner and feel the limit better. But the low-speed grip is still ridiculously low.