First of all, I should probably point out this isn't a proper tune, more something I found to be quite useful, and I'm really not much good at tuning beyond gear ratios, so don't expect anything too in depth! I just won the Toyota 7 and used it in the Historic Racing Car Cup, just thought I'd post this in case anyone could use it. First I added the Turbo Stage 3 and R2 tyres for Bob to use, then left everything standard for the first race at Deep Forest Raceway, managed to win without too much trouble though the Chaparral (the one that looks like a fridge, I forget which it is) managed to catch up pretty quickly, but the 7 is ultimately quicker. Then for Côte d'Azur I wasn't really sure what to do to prepare the car for the technical twisty bits, but basically I did this: TCS: 1 (I was using a pad at the time) Downforce Front: 60 Rear: 85 LSD Initial Torque: 30 Acceleration Sensitivity: 55 Braking Sensitivity: 40. That's all, I tried reducing the gear ratios but found it got very close to topping out with the default settings, and I don't understand suspension settings so I left them, but I'm sure someone else can get more out of it. But yeah, with those LSD settings I found the car to be very stable, but when turning through a hairpin it would basically turn on the spot and accelerate away very smoothly (with TCS on, anyway). Just thought this might help someone finding themselves in the outside barrier of the Grand Hotel Hairpin or Rascasse.