So as some of you will be aware, I've been pretty lucky with Pcars compared with some other people. I've experienced only a small number of the bugs people are reporting, and the ones I have experienced, I haven't experienced often. So I fear my luck ran out tonight. I was up to the Nurburgring GP in my Formula A career, and quite a few odd things happened all in one race. I had read somewhere, someone believed the camber in Pcars was broken just like GT6, in that all it did was reduce grip. I decided to give this a try in practice. With the standard camber settings, I set up the car as good as I could, and felt happy with it (it was good enough, and I only had 30 mins in practice so I wasn't going to be too obsessive), so I made sure I got a really good lap out of it, and then went into the pits. I put the camber, front and rear, down to 0, and went back out to see how it would feel. Instantly it felt like I had more front end grip, and I was able to brake later and harder without locking up, and get the throttle down earlier without wheelspin. I thought "surely this is just a placebo. I'm expecting it to be better, so it feels like it is". My first timed lap was over 8 tenths faster than my fastest lap with the stock camber settings... I tried going back into the pits and putting the camber back on. Thinking maybe it was track evolution or I was just getting more comfortable with the track. I was grasping at straws to explain it any other way than the camber was broken. I did 6 runs total. 3 with camber, 3 without. and I found that I was, on average, 7 tenths slower with the stock camber. Bugger... So I went into quali, and got pole with ease. 90%AI could barely get within 2 seconds of my first flying lap. I started the race well enough, kept my position and went about settling into a rhythm. I had pulled a decent gap within a few laps, and continued on, with the plan to run my first stint as long as the tyres would allow. Lap 9 - 11 was where I saw the AI cars all pitting. This surprised me, as my tyres were only half worn, so obviously the no camber improves tyre wear too. I also noticed in practice in the telemetry HUD, with stock camber the inside of the tyre would overheat first, while no camber kept the tyre temp even across the tread, even if I was pushing hard as I could in the corners. In real life the outside shoulder would have badly overheated without camber the way I was driving it, and yet the temp stayed uniform across the tread width. I finally pitted at the end of lap 20, and noticed an AI car sitting in it's pit box, doing a massive burnout.... Ok whatever, I'll just ignore that. I got my tyres and went. It was during this stint I had a lot of traffic to lap. Every time I'd pass a lapped car, they would divebomb me next corner. Even if I covered the inside, they would just dive clean over the kerb and into my car. I was infuriated when 5 laps into this stint an AI car I had lapped went for a dive so huge that I don't think he even attempted to brake at all, and slammed into my car, bending the steering severely. I pitted again, because despite only being 25 laps into the race, I had a 50 second lead. When I got to the end of the lap to pit, there was an AI car swerving violently all over the road at a really low speed. He had sparks flying off his car, and as I got closer I saw he was missing at least one wheel. I tried to give him a wide berth, but he swerved into me anyway, which made it lucky it was right before the pit entry, as he broke my front suspension. (he was swerving massively left to right, and not in a predictable pattern either, just randomly). As I got into pit lane, I noticed my old mate the burnout king still in his pit box, but by now his rear tyres had popped and instead of smoke coming off them he was showering the place with sparks. Still, at least he was committed to that burnout! I came out of the pits, with the intention to drive as safely as I could. I had tons of pace in hand, and knew the race was going to be an easy win. All I had to do was lap AI cars safely, and try to give them room when they inevitably attempted to divebomb me, and I'd get to the end in one piece. ...2 laps later the game froze, my wheel spun full force to the left, and the game crashed back to the PS4 home screen. I was tempted to write a nasty note in the report description. But I decided against it lol.