If you're anything like me you probably find the prospect of loading RF2 and just picking a car / track and doing a random race less than appealing. I always need some sort of goal to feel motivated and inspired. Of course, championships are the traditional way to achieve this, but I'm wondering if you guys have different methods of achieving the goal / motivational feeling? Here's what I've been doing recently which is working out quite well. Mini career: starting in the clio pre-choose 4 tracks and find a pace that makes you just slightly faster than the fastest AI. Now do each race with just 6-7 AI and start from the back in a 15 minute race. then assign points 5 for 1st, 4 for 2nd etc down to 1 for 5th and record the result. The goal is to achieve 12 points for that series. Why so few cars? Well I found it's just too tough an ask to climb to 1st place from the back with more than 10 cars. Of course you could just qualify but I prefer trying to overtake the field, that's where the fun is in single player for me. Once you've completed that then move on to the next mod. Obviously it's up to you how many races per mod and length of race you want to do. eg I did a 'road cars' series where I used a different corvette per track. Keep going up the mod tree until you reach the ultimate tin-top pinnacle - LMP cars, then you could start with an open-wheeler career or redo the career on a harder setting. The advantage of this method over championships is that you get a lot of variety and eliminate a major headache which is keeping AI drivers consistent from race to race. So that's my simple way of doing single-player, do you guys do anything other than the standard championships? Would love to hear about it.