I've been following @Ialyrn in rivals for some time now and it always amazes me how smooth her transitioning is, even back when she was using a pad for some time. My driving style can be pretty aggressive in comparison, and I've always been one to late brake, rather than smooth and steady, but I've learned to adapt to it and it's just stuck with me now It works for me though, but in actual races I will tone it down depending on what's going on in front of me. I'm definitely seeing an improvement in your times, and in all honesty, jumping in, I wasn't expecting as much as a challenge from you. I mean that in the nicest way possible! its a compliment, I swear! You are definitely giving me a run for my money on these last few challenges. As for wet driving, it's all throttle modulation. Just imagine it driving in normal weather with crappy tires. It may seem like you're going slow, but that also holds true for everyone, not just you. I'm not so sure about that, you got a damn nice lap! I tuned a Jag, and I cant recall if it set my fastest time(which is still over a second slower than you!) but I did manage to make it incredibly stable. I was actually shocked. The Caddy will be the last choice for me, I want to go through the rounds and see what I can do.. Hell, I'm thinking of doing the Tesla, next As for tuning, it can be a lifesaver and it definitely makes the car feel like yours. I don't tune for specific tracks, more so a specific feel that fits my driving style. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn't. If the car runs good off my base set-up, then I'll continue on. It's always nice having a car to drive exactly how you want it. I'll be sure to check it out. It's not the lack of confidence for the class, it's just that they don't have as much life and presence as road cars do for me.