That also explains why there is no front wing adjustment for the BT44... I was just speculating before, but it seems to be the fastest car of the lot, and there is no front downforce adjustment, but it's clearly modelling downforce for the whole car... I bet it is modelling some slight amount of ground effect. Perhaps the model for this is accurate or inaccurate, and that may have something to do with the twitchiness over crests. I know the 72E doenst like the little kink before the Jochen Rindt Curve at Spielberg, but you CAN control it now. It's not the instant snap off death that it was on day 1. Ive got a few offs there, but I've also been able to apply some opposite lock and keep my foot planted too, so I dont think the 72E is as sensitive to it as the BT44.