- Theresa, Wisconsin
If you use a car that you don't have to pit at Tokyo it's about as easy as Sardegna. Typically I finish around a minute and a half ahead of 2nd place. Even if I get a penalty or spun on the first lap (got spun L1 yesterday) I continue with the race, there is plenty of time to catch up and you always get the CRB.Yes, in terms of realistic earnings, I think Tokyo is more theoretical because just a couple of lapses in concentration (which will happen when grinding the same race over and over) will ruin your race and you may have to restart. While Sardegna is more a guaranteed result because there is nothing particularly hard about that race.