- Theresa, Wisconsin
For a difficult track in real life. The general advice is. Race the track not you opponent. In some cases it's better the faster cars and stay focused on your own race.
I recommend focus on Qualifying. Were you started will matter here. Passing extra difficult with these cars anyway. You will have to wait for a mistake gain the opportunity to pass on track. Most passing happen by pit stops.
Lap races for this series were set to specific distance. I did not time them out to a specific length of time like I did with Rinsky's series. This will likely be of the shortest races of the series.
Only 200 km (46 Laps) at a track with the high average speed of Tokyo Central. I estimated about 1 hour 15 minutes. Pick a shorter race for that weekend because of Rinsky's races before and after.
I dont worry too much about qualifying, its rare that an opportunity does not arise to pass on pit strategy, an unforseen stop for damage (especially here), a mistake, or an outright overtake.