Yep, because having good AI instantly makes rF2 become Shift 2... I race online like most people, and really enjoy it. But I also love racing AI. There are things you can do with AI that you can not do online. For example, what if one day an awesome mod comes out, maybe a Le Mans mod that brings all cars from the 2012 le mans as well as the le mans track. I would love to run a real time 24 hour race, with 60+ AI cars, a full race weekend, and all the other stuff that makes Le Mans so great. After an hour of the race, maybe I want to save it so I can continue tomorrow. And during the race, I would love to see the AI racing multi class properly, yielding to blue flags, battling, racing, having mechanical failures, crashing, safety cars etc. I would love to be engaged in a long battle with another car from my class, after 8 hours, even including pit stops, he could be right on my tail still. And then maybe I get a mechanical issue and have to get repairs which take 45 minutes, and my AI competitors may also have similar issues. If I am racing in a GT car, I want to see LMP1 cars screaming past me, flashing their lights and showing little patience as they try and continue their race. I want all these awesome things, because it is very hard for this to happen online. But I know this is just a fantasy, because I don't think any serious race sim developer will ever look into making a good single player experience anymore. It's all about online now. That's what people seem to want, and it's where you can make more money. The last proper, offline enables simulations I can think of? Gtr 2, Gtr, and GP4. Simbin titles typically come more equipped for SP than other simulations, but only the GTR series shipped with full race series, including all cars, tracks, and events. Unfortunately the AI itself let the GTR series down majorly, but the idea of a "full" game was there. GP4 got everything perfect. Edit, thanks for info Tim.