Was able to do the Mugello round in my Moto2 career and round 2 of the MotoE championship. Forgot to turn the difficulty up before I started the Mugello race and I ended up winning by ~10 seconds... I like Mugello and kicked butt this time there. I've upgraded the KTM as much as my development points will allow and the bike is really fun to push. I have a decent setup on it too, at least for me anyway. The two FP sessions were wet, but the Quali sessions were dry, and I finally had a good result in the wet conditions. I was about 1.5"s faster than the Ai in the wet, but when I finally set the pole time it was only by 4 tenths. Also, didn't have the fastest lap of the race, and my fast lap was almost a 1/2 second slower than the fast lap. I chose a M/M tire combo while most were on a M/H or S/M... think I got it right as my tires wore evenly. The Ai seemed to struggle a bit after about 3-4 laps in and that helped me start stretching the lead. Overall it was a fun race and just am enjoying the heck out of this game. Few shots of the FP & Quali sessions and then the race screen grabs. . . Of course, I lose positions at the start. Look at the detail in that tire Took a couple of laps to setup the passes for 2nd and the lead. Got him!! Sight set on the leader: Getting along side BOOM! Through the door! Time to P-U-S-H ! Time to celebrate Here's a few shots from the A1 Ring in the MotoE championship. Moved up to 2nd in the standings with a dominant win in Austria. Was about a second or so faster than the Ai, will need to bump that up as well, but I'm mainly just doing this for fun anyway. And just like the bikes with "engines" I got a shocking start on the bike with a "motor". This game looks sooo good, I can't believe more people don't play it - and I'm on a standard PS4. De Meglio knocks me wide here... ...and can not believe I didn't come off the bike. Yes, that is both wheels off the ground!! Overall, I'm loving everything in this game and have only scratched the surface in the Historical bits that are in MotoGP 19. Looking forward to moving up to the "big" bikes too. Thanks for checking it out!!