James Baldwin, a sim racing esports youtuber that has done pro racing recently in GT3s, was asked what he finds that sims are the most unrealistic in, and he mentioned that rain in general is very unrealistic because in rain / wet conditions in sims, you drive on the racing line and that's the opposite of realistic because in real life, once the track is wet and you have wet tires, or when there's a lot of rain, you start avoiding the racing line completely. I have a two pronged question. I've briefly tried the rain and storm weather settings in AMS2, and it seems to me that based on AI behavior and my own driving, you do race on the racing line. Exceptions would be very heavy puddling that you can avoid but the AI doesn't really avoid them so I mostly try to brace through it. So does AMS2 wet and rain conditions offer the need to find alternate lines? It doesn't seem so based on my very brief encounter with the weather? Additionally, James didn't go into why rain conditions requires racing outside of the racing line. Why is that in real life and why don't sims often simulate that?