FITT M Power Challenge The idea for this particular FITT challenge came about during the Old and New Challenge. Everyone had a pick of cars that they could use, and would often test each to find out their potential. As a tuner, I like the challenge of finding a random car and just tuning it to the best of my ability. To make my idea work, I needed to find a group of cars that fit well together, have similar power outputs and similar drive trains but also offer a good stable base to work from. I found these cars in the BMW dealership. I needed a partner in crime to pull this challenge off so I asked my good friend @Bowtie-muscle if he would be interested in co-hosting this with me. Thankfully, he said he would and he had this great idea to do blind testing. Now, I remember how well that challenge worked and it fitted well with the twist that I am using in this challenge. All tuners will register their interest before tuning begins. Once registered, the names will be entered randomly into a hat, pulled out by a non-FITT person and allocated a number. This will be your Tuner number and you will be PM’d this information along with the car which you will be tuning. Again, this will be randomised so the entire field tunes a car allocated to them, and the tuner of that car will not be known until the competition has ended. When you have finished your tune, PM your setup with your Tuner number to @Bowtie-muscle and @shaunm80 using a standard form in which all the tunes are displayed (Bowtie will provide). We as hosts will also build your car, take a picture in photomode and post that alongside your tune so they all have a similar style. This challenge should suit all tuners as the cars are equally as fast, they all have the same ability to produce a good lap time and most importantly, they will be fun to drive.