I'll start with my first wishlist item: Racing Japan Cars Two distinct racing series, both offering a good mix of racing. Super Formula Single-seater formula, no tyre warmers, no DRS, time-limited push-to-pass/boost, cars are around 10% slower than the equivalent F1 cars (so roughly equivalent to F2, a niche not yet filled in AMS2). A single chassis option of the Dallara SF19 with two engine manufacturers (Honda and Toyota). The engines are derived from the same base design as the GT500 engine, albeit de-tuned. There's only really two versions to include: Dallara SF19 (Honda) Dallara SF19 (Toyota) Super GT Multiclass GT: GT500 and GT300. GT500 cars are expensive, fast, high-downforce, with performance levels comparable to (and allegedly bettering) WEC Hypercar/LMP1. There are three marques competing in 2022, so let's include them: Honda NSX-TypeS Nissan Fairlady Z GT500 Toyota GR Supra GT500 GT300 are essentially GT3, but we get to see additional marques like the Honda NSX and Subaru BRZ. So, let's match GT500 with three new GT3 cars: Honda NSX GT3 Lexus RC-F GT3 Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 (These can be kept in line with existing GT3 cars as they follow FIA GT3 regulations, whereas the Subaru BRZ and Toyota Supra follow JAF-GT regulations) Tracks Japan has several nice tracks and the same six are shared between both Super Formula and Super GT series. Suzuka (as Kansai) is already in the game, so the five additional tracks would be: Autopolis Fuji Speedway Okayama Sportsland SUGO Twin Ring Motegi I don't think any more justification is needed! Additional engine features There are several enhancements to the engine that would help recreate these series: Mandatory pitstops in timed races Configurable pit window Success ballast Dropped results (i.e. exclude a number of "worst" results from the championship score) These would be also useful for other series (e.g. TCR series that have a ballast system).