I agree. It's a very nice and fun experience if you like F1. I do enjoy driving F1 cars in AMS2 more, but I wonder if EA is going to do anything with the Madness engine there... it might just elevate the whole series. Formula Renault 3.5 was my favorite car in Project Cars 2 as well. What's interesting in the Stock Car 2019 is that Guapore burns the right side tires if you push it. They go beyond 100C easily and then wear out fast. Not to mention how you start losing confidence with hot tires. Meanwhile the left side is basically chilling. You have to do some setup changes to make it more balanced or brake just a bit earlier, accelerate a bit later. I think that's cool (no pun intended). There is this old video from Empty Box that still holds true. The gist of it is that no sim is perfect. But what you feel makes a difference. He uses pushing with an F1 car as an example and how AC was (in 2013) the only one that makes him feel like the car needs to be pushed more and it'll stick. We all have our idea of what is and isn't realistic, but I appreciate how different sims speak to us. The brilliant part about AMS2 is the sense that tires don't just magically stick to the road at the limit. On average they do, but there's all kinds of detail. And then you can also push them beyond the limit a bit easier than in other sims. AMS2 ketchup. And in a fries and ketchup kind of way. Not a classic dish ruined by ketchup. Ketchup is why each new car and track for me means that I get to experience it in a new way. It's now some sort of SMS+Reiza hybrid where the good people at SMS built a great platform and Reiza is perfecting it with Heinz. Perhaps another developer over there is going with the sprayable mayonnaise approach. I don't like mayonnaise that much to be honest, but I appreciate that some do. And isn't it nice that you can now just spray some on? A few quality of life improvements this year and I think soon we'll move from glass ketchup bottles to the easy squeeze variety. Perhaps one that's designed to be left upside down in the fridge. It's really annoying when you have a mostly empty bottle of ketchup and it's upright. But it's still ketchup once you get it out.