I didn't find a topic regarding this, so I decided to create one. I've been racing quite a bit in Leagues the last week. It's a trial and error process to find a car that is competitive in the race you are running. In the current leagues I found that the car choice in the American muscle league isn't very important. All cars behave pretty much the same, and have equal upgrades. Your tune for the car is more important than the car choice, as it seems. Racing tires, max width and full weight reduction seems to be the recipe most people run. When running this build, you're basically even to anyone in the field. Decided to build a Hemi Cude with the Sport compound. Managed to keep up fairly in the corners, but had extremely poor braking. The power I had though was such an advantage on long tracks. I won the race at Bathurst despite hitting the wall at turn two the first lap. At Daytona I would have won if it wouldn't have been for a back marker who thought it'd be funny to ram everybody with a few hundred metres to go to the finish. I flipped the car on the banking, still finished third. The S class league is where car choice is more important. I've so far tried a Mercedes CLK-GTR for grip tracks, and a McLaren F1 for speed tracks. They both work really well, putting me in the top 4 almost all races. I've so far raced against the Honda RA300, which seems to be a great car for S class. Great acceleration, great grip, great top speed. Lacking a bit under braking, but they made some great lap times. They were at the top of the pack in all three lobbies I played in today, only challenged by GT-R's in the wet and BAC Monos on technical tracks. Have you seen any cars that seem to work very well in these races? Share your thoughts below!