The is, a somewhat simpler solution to all this. Well, for the lower divisions at least. I've noticed in practice rooms throughout the week that the higher division guys are more aggressive. Mainly guys running for GTAcademy, or ex-GTA guys. This doesn't mean every single one of those guys are crazy aggressive, cause some of them aren't, but what I believe to be the problem, is that they lack situational awareness, or they 'Put on the blinders' if you will. There also comes a time where a higher division driver may see a hole open up and instinctively they're going to try and take it, but the driver who opened up the hole may close it mid-corner which they're entitled to do so if the passing driver doesn't have overlap. This now brings in the factor of judgement, whether or not to shoot the gap (which may close up), or wait a half second and pass cleanly and be sure in doing so. This could very well be the problem y'all are facing, and if it is, I encourage you upper division guys to run Monday Night Miatas once or twice, just because it throws you into a scenario where you can't drive away from slower drivers, and it forces you to be put under pressure, and race with guys who have varying skill levels. It sure has taught me a bunch... Not to mention it's great fun! It doesn't matter if you're fast by yourself, what matters is you being able to be fast in a group If this isn't the problem then just ignore me. Besides, I'm only a 16 year old chump.