Where I work, we do these manager-lead industry training meetings about twice a month. Usually the topics are related to our craft (automotive marketing), but I thought I would take a step back and make mine a little less formal, and a lot more fun. While those I work with are some of the brightest in the industry, there are a lot of team members that don't necessarily understand some of the performance related aspects of vehicles, nor why they are sought after by enthusiasts. Using my sim-rig, Thrustmaster T300 (+ gated shifter and T3PAs), PSVR, and GT Sport, I want to showcase some of the main concepts. Where I could use some help from the forum is 1) picking out the best cars to highlight each of the below ideas, 2) see if there are any other ideas GT:S can highlight that I'm not thinking of, and 3) noting anything I should be on the lookout for when setting up my PS4 in a new location (thinking mainly GT's online consideration). The basic format I have in mind is picking a different volunteer for each of these topics. They're mostly basic concepts, and the whole idea is really to just get my office to have fun, so none of this is going to be taken that seriously. Honestly, I'm probably going to end up voicing over the concept while my volunteers just try to keep the car on the track! I have 1 hour to fill, and I'm thinking each topic would allow someone to run up to 1 lap per. My ideas for topics are: Front Engine (FWD and RWD, so two sessions) Mid Engine Boosted vehicles The effects of downforce Manual (gated shifter) transmission Paddle shifting Are there any good examples of vehicles that really exemplify the above? For example, is there a boosted vehicle that runs a ridiculously high PSI? I'm thinking any of the open wheel cars would be a good example for downforce, but I've only had the game for about two weeks so I'm not sure I'll have enough credits in time to buy one. Are there any ideas you can think of that GT could do a good job of showing (I feel like a limited slip diff might be hard to demonstrate)? I'll be hosting this sometime after mid-July, so I'll follow up with the response from my office (and pics if possible)!