I've been thinking about this for a while , hopefully this will not come across as elitism , but I have a question i'd like to ask . Firstly , consider the following - Project CARS is advertised as a real racing simulator . It contains advanced physics that try to accurately simulate how a real racing car behaves in every imaginable area of its handling , tyre modelling and damage physics . So you know what you're getting before you buy the game . It's not Mario Kart and sure isn't Need For Speed . So more often than not I come across new racers , friends and random lobby racers alike . What I alarmingly find is that many of them can't drive with all aids turned off in the game . That's right . A racing simulator where people , often experienced racers , tell me they need ABS on an F1 car , because it's too hard to brake properly ... I think the problem is this . Many have come from GT and have never bothered to learn how to brake , relying on the ABS system for years on end , never turning it off and finding a suitable and realistically lower than 5/5 setting . Not once . Ever . So you're left racing users with driver aids , ( Sometimes ALL aids on ) with them gaining time with the braking advantages etc that brings them , whilst you either turn it on yourself ( In doing so ruining your experience , but trying not to grimace as the ABS makes you feel like you're racing an arcade sim ) , or you just race with like minded racers only . I have great battles with some good friends in PCars , all aids off for all , close battling and late braking manoeuvres . So my question is simply this - Why buy a simulator if you want to dilute the experience with assists ?