With the recent build having some issues involving multiplayer I was shocked to see how many people were reporting the problem, and therefore how many people seem to be using rFactor 2 online. I've raced online in the past, mainly in rFactor 1 and F1 Challenge, but I have to admit I've never really bothered going online with rFactor 2 - I just assumed it wasn't really ready for this (or I wasn't). I get the impression a lot of people are regularly driving the sim online, and even driving in leagues - this came as quite a surprise to me. I've decided to start this thread as a sort of 'survey', just to see what each person's general routine is when they load up rFactor 2. I'm sure most of us try out new builds and content when they're released, but I'm mainly talking about what you do on a more regular basis - your go to modes of driving so to speak, along with the cars and tracks you find yourself using the most. Personally I normally drive for an hour or two on an evening (if my free time allows) and I only drive offline. My main cars are the Skip Barber Regional and the Marussia MR01 - they became my favourite two cars as soon as I drove them and I'm sure they'll remain so for a long time to come (with the possible addition of a 125cc Kart). I tend to drive the Skippy around Croft and the Marussia around Silverstone. Yes Silverstone. Since that track was released I've barely driven on anything else. I love F1 you see (despite the sports recent attempts to change this), and in rFactor 2 we also have a modern F1 machine to drive around the circuit. Of course it's the backmarking MR01 but that just makes it all the more interesting - the car's lack of solid aero means it's great fun to drive when you're pushing the limits (once you've got some rubber down). Silverstone is simply a stunning replication of one of my favourite ever tracks. It's a shame we couldn't have had the previous layout too (which in my opinion was ever so slightly better), but this circuit combined with a fuily realised modern F1 car is like heaven to me. I don't feel like I'm driving a game anymore - I feel like I'm driving a simulator, just like the real F1 teams use in preparation for a Grand Prix. And it's all down to the quality of the content - the track is perfect (especially after the recent update) and the car feels as real as I think it's ever going to get. So that's what I do - I load up Silverstone, I climb into my red and black rocket and I drive. It's a testament to the sim that I can do this (and only this) for week after week without getting bored or tired. The accuracy and subtlety of the physics are such that I never feel 'done' - I never feel as though I've mastered the combination of car and circuit. There's always another setup change, a new line through a corner, an earlier throttle or a later brake - a more aggressive approach and a fresh set of tyres. It's Formula One testing on my terms. Of course I do occasionally drive other cars (on other tracks!), and sometimes I even race the damn things, but on the whole rFactor 2 has become my F1 simulation. Yes I know it's only the one car and one track, but I'm still driving it, and still loving every minute.. How do you drive yours?