From following the advice and practice of the Skip Barber video with a focus on consistency rather than simply trying to get the fastest lap each and every attempt, i managed to get myself to the point of achieving consistent 56 seconds flat lap times (+/- 0.1s) one after another, after another constantly. I've not used the full potential of the car in the slower corners and that's my next focus after i'm 110% satisfied with my consistency (though needs constant retraining) - after all what point is there in being occasionally fastest if you cannot consistently replicate it. Thanks to KeiKei for the setup. He is the fastest i have personally seen online with a 55:574 (at the last time i've seen, so probs even a bit quicker now). My fastest ever was a 55:697 but when i achieved that it was a total utter fluke (fyi like KeiKei's time it was without tow) that I since have been unsuccessful in replicating (the second closest i've been able to occasionally achieve being 2/10ths slower than that). It was done in a sort of mindless manner and my average time's (at that time) were anywhere in the ranges of 56:200 to 56:900 which is not only slower than now but was hugely sporadic in lap times and comparatively a hell of a lot less consistent. I wanted to share this because i find it quite an amazing discovery (at least for myself), that aiming for consistency will inherently not only gravitate you towards the art of consistency but over time as you discover how to get those extra 1%'s out of the cars potential in a systematically and non rushed manner, it will actually help you to drive faster as well! It's really been an unintentional "two birds with one stone" sequence of events for me regarding the best way to go faster. I know that the extra time will come from an array of better car control techniques in the form of smoother inputs, less steering input to steer and more throttle and braking for steering which inherently allow for higher exit speeds, etc. But that will all come in good time and I'm in no rush to get there because i know that i can and will with this approach and in fact get there sooner too, lol! I will warn people though, it really takes a lot of patience especially to begin with as at first, for the longest time, it will feel as if your wasting you time and nothing beneficial is happening. But if you give it a chance, stay focus on consistency with the order of what is taught in that video [1) The Line, 2) Car Control, 3) Braking] you will see the results that you are after. One last time: Aiming for Consistency = Consistent and Faster lap times Yes, that wasn't a typo... Consistency = Consistency + Faster or 1 = 1 + 1 ^^ CRAZY LOGIC ^^ ...but it works :/ edit: After big-ben, the remaining high speed corners were pretty much my best yet. I exited the corners with as much speed as i think (at least for now) is physically possible. The slow corners (Big-Ben and the following) are the big time losses for me but all in good time....I'm coming for you KeiKei!!!