I'm on the fence about rFactor 2. I prefer to run solo because I've just gotten back into computer gaming and am fairly poor at everything. I've been facing F1 2013/2014 in career mode. I've read and continue to read some of the How to get started with RF2 stuff online. But I don't find all the answers I want. Pricing structure: Am I correct in that unless you want to buy a lifetime sub, you pay $43.99 each year to renew? Does it matter if you only want to play solo? I suspect the price also gives you access to the downloadable content, which would be unavailable unless you paid the sub, right? Does the game continue to work if you don't renew? Other stuff. If I wanted to run a career in F1, say, to be equivalent to the F1 20xx experience, what's the minimum I'd have to download? It appears the ISR site has most of the tracks. Is using those tracks a good or bad idea? Maybe there's already a link to a "how to get started racing formula 1 on Race Factor 2," that would be ideal. Because I don't know what questions I should be asking, what am I missing here (don't worry about my hardware; it is all new and exceeds the recommended requirements).