Hi All, This is a bit of simple question, but I just decided to purchase the Endurance Pack last night as it was still on sale on Steam and I was keen on the new LMP 2 car - the Oreca 07. I've tried it out a bit and the new LMP 3 car and I'm very happy with them in general. ...but in my few first sessions with the Oreca LMP 2 car I found the car always bogs down like crazy off the line (I did 3 or 4 short 3 lap races around Nurburgring, playing offline with AI and using the Enduracer's LMP 2 cars, along with the Oreca for opponent cars.). I typically use the Auto-clutch feature in the game, along with other racing sim's I play. Mainly because I'm too lazy to teach myself how to use the manual clutch properly (I'm a motorcyclist in real life and you use it a bit differently on bikes to cars). The only other driver aids I use (typically, but not always) are ABS set to low and traction control set to low too. I've tried hold full throttle and letting it launch, which results in it bogging down to really low rev's, so then I kick / slip the clutch (pedal) a couple of times and help it get going, then it's all fine. I have also tried to find the right "sweet spot" in the rev range to let the car launch nicely, but still the rev's just drop to nothing when the lights go green, which means I resort to using the clutch pedal again. >>> So how am I supposed to launch this car correctly ? 1) do I need to use a manual clutch to get it to launch correctly ? 2) should I just clutch kick / clutch slip it off the line as I have been doing and try to improve how I do it ? 3) rFactor 2 does have some sort of launch control feature too - but I haven't used to to date and I've read some comments that it's quite basic / simple. Should I be using launch control on this car ? 4) any advice or suggestions are welcome, I'm really just looking for a quick tip from someone who is familiar with this car, as this is my only niggle so far and I really like it's handling and performance. Thanks. Instant replay clip from one of my races earlier today.