Now that I have your attention it is about time we brought this subject up. This is something I thought would become apparent the more I played the game BUT with me just ticking over 201 hours and into my 21st season this is just not the case :-( Tyres. So if I want a tyre for a McLaren F1 it is either a "McLaren F1" or a "CRT Denlon D40"? What is fitted when "Select by Weather" is chosen? And, before we even get there, WTF is a "CRT Denlon D40" anyway? Do a Google. I got zero hits, so it is a made up tyre that there is no information on from SMS either :-( Great! Now we start see why we need psychic ability but it does get better. I was running the Ginetta GT5 in its championship that has a mandatory pit stop. Tyre choice is easy and understandable............ or so you would think with the choice of GT5 rain or slick. But what about when you pit and you can select wet, extreme wet, intermediate, hard, medium or soft slick? So when I fit extreme wet (coz it was raining...... very hard) what got fitted? I thought what ever it was, was great :-) So again, one must use psychic ability to know how to set your car up and what bits are actually bolted to it ;-) But wait, there is more. The AI and now me can predetermine weather by selecting tyre choice by weather. How do I know what is actually on with my psychic ability you ask? Easy. Use an open wheel car and look at the tread. Well at least you know whether (excuse the pun) or not if it is a slick or treaded ;-) I have started races on a bright sunny track, with a forecast of clear and seen treaded tyres and it did rain halfway through the last lap. (Zolder is a good example for doing this). Great when the tyres are glowing red hot by turn 3 :-( I have even restarted the exact same race and been on slicks. So what gives? Does the game toss a coin an rely on random chance here or what? I should add, in this example, of course it is better to start on slicks and take the last half lap very carefully in the wet. There are many other examples of made up tyre names and we won't get into them for now but my point is what do these fictitious things do and how do I know what I am actually using after a pit stop? Oh and I won't even start on about not knowing tyre wear and how soft slicks seem to outlast a tank of fuel in an LMP1 car at Le Mans :-( Obviously my psychic ability needs a tune up here too ;-) So how many more people are also confused and bewildered by tyres in this game?