I first met the Audi R10 while searching for a car to take on the A Spec Nurburgring 24h race. I bought the R10 noting the above average fuel economy. So I did the race over 4 days during which I fell in love with the R10; we were melded together by looks and sheer longevity. I did 183 laps, won by 3 and my best time was a 7:23 in the last hour of the race. It was only after the race that I found out about the R10's dominance in the Le Mans and its unique reputation among GT5 players. Despite its below average performance and mediocre fuel economy, it was still my favourite. My ultimate goal in GT5 was to win all 4 24h enduros with the R10. While doing the two A Spec races was easy due my skill and use of shortcuts (not to mention I had A LOT of spare time), the B Spec races were a major problem. My R10 just couldn't keep up with the R8's, Pescarolos, the Speed 8 and the BMW V12. I was losing about 6 seconds a lap even when I pushed my drivers the hardest. So, I prepared and using these nice tips I was able to win the Le Mans B Spec with the R10 (I haven't attempted the Nurburgring yet): Get an exceptional tune - this is the big one. The R10's monstrous torque makes it painfully slow when coming out of corners. With a good tune, you'll be able to keep up and eventually pass your competition. I recommend Praiano's Tune or CSL Racing's Tune for the R10 as they provide the best acceleration when coming out of corners. (search them up on Google) Get a good lineup - this is a no brainer. Recycle lobbies until you get a grid with not as much good cars. I got lucky on my 6th attempt and the fearsome R8 and the Pescarolo GV5 weren't in the race. If there is an R8, then passing him will be not impossible, but a lot longer. Practice your Bob's - all my drivers were Level 35's and had blue arrows. I don't think it matters whether your drivers are hot and cold (my 3 drivers are all cool) Be persistent - at the beginning I was down to 10th at one point before coming back to 5th at the end of the first lap. Then I was in a very heated battle for 2nd with the Bentley, BMW and the Toyota GT1. It took me almost an hour to finally get to 2nd and get clear. It took me another half hour to get to 1st (Pescarolo C60 Hybride). Due to the C60's short fuel tank, I passed him when he came in for his second pit stop. Keep your drivers foot down - you're going to need to babysit for this one. I never let my drivers cool down, keeping them in between hot and cool. Since the C60 was cool and I wasn't, I was getting lap times about 4-6 seconds faster. For this reason I suspended the race a couple of times. My drivers were posting times in the high 3:30's to low-mid 3:40's. Some notes: You may encounter the AI pit bug (Google it) which will make your job much easier later on. I ran RM/RH tyres for even wear and faster times (I lasted 11 laps per stop) I am currently in Hour 5 and I am leading by 1 lap over the C60. I have done 80 laps and my fastest time is a 3:34.349 and I'm beginning to see the first stages of the AI pit bug. I'll keep you updated on the race. It can be done! If you have anything to say just ask me on this thread.