The idea that AMS2 is less a simulation, more a "simcade", is too prevalent online. It doesn't represent the facts and does Reiza a disservice. (Before boring you all and irritating the esteemed Reiza staff, a disclaimer: I have no connection to Reiza or any other games company. I loved Game Stock Car Extreme and was an early backer of both AMS1 & AMS2. Although a supporter of Reiza's efforts, I am not an uncritical "fanboy". In my opinion, AMS2 was released a full year too early - quite understandably, this may have been a decision forced on Reiza by economic imperatives - and the sim still has areas where it falls short of ideal.) Public perception, influenced by people who have in turn been influenced by other influencers, is broadly against AMS2. That must surely have damaged sales. I regret to say that Reiza's lack of publicity has hampered its own efforts. After many years reading simracing forums and Discords, I see the same charges cropping up: the Brazilian (and other) cars are "weird", "fake", "knock-offs"; the Brazilian tracks are "fantasy", "obscure" and (again) "weird". Now, with AMS2, the Madness engine is commonly held to be incapable of producing a realistic simulator. Project Cars 2 queered the pitch for many in this regard. Reiza, while aware of all these criticisms, has not countered them and has trusted in the quality of its work to speak for itself. While an admirable response, this has allowed too much misinformation to cloud the public's opinion of AMS2. I urge Reiza to update, if possible, the AMS2 website and list therein the many aspects of motorsport physics that AMS2 simulates; summarise the engine, suspension, tyre and aero calculations and then the emulations of general car, track and weather behaviour. Publish easily retweetable explanations. Make a video: "Under the bonnet of AMS2". Explain what the SETA tyre model does and why it might feel less "peaky" and behave differently to other simulations. Talk about LiveTrack. Clear the fog of confusion and misinformation. It has been suggested to me that the AMS2 website should be a reference for explanations and information since there is, as yet, no game manual. I agree. The website should be a hub for anyone interested in AMS2; at the moment, it is gathering dust. Reiza should be sending release notes and/or short publicity videos to RaceDepartment, OverTake.gg and Traxion as well as the major gaming review websites. It goes without saying that Reiza's own YT channel should be more active. Make it easy to dispel the myths that have grown around AMS2's content, its simulation qualities, and the Madness engine. In the past five years, there has been barely any celebration from Reiza of Brazil's lovely club and international circuits, no revelling in the variety of Brazilian motorsport, and hardly any showcasing of the superb historical tracks. Many people think the combination of LiveTrack and weather is merely graphical rather than a sophisticated and evolving recreation of track conditions. It's not enough to mention in a hotfix update that historical tracks will drain more slowly than modern Grade 1 circuits - please, shout it from the rooftops. iRacing's announcement that Brazilian Stock Cars are coming to that venerable sim revealed that many iRacing members had never heard of the vehicles, five years and three games after Reiza had first begun simulating them. I've even come across avid Brazilian simracers who haven't heard of Automobilista! Reiza's profile, even in the small world of simracing, is too low. Let's have some fun - where are the 30-second videos extolling the Fusca Hot Car, the P category cars, the GEN 2 F1 cars at Imola, the amazing T1 of Cascavel? AMS2 is fun and fresh - you should remind people of this. The monthly notes from Renato, while always fascinating to read, aren't enough on their own to raise AMS2's profile. I know the hard-pressed Reiza team have their hands full with work and planning. But more publicity and clarity will help future sales as much as, if not more than, another new car. If nothing else, it would give the public accurate information about AMS2 instead of the collection of half-truths and misunderstandings that currently define the sim's reputation.