Starting a session at Silverstone and setting almost any weather condition shy of heavy clouds or rain always results in 30 C air temp and 55 C track temp conditions. Just for reference, temperatures of 30 C are fairly uncommon in the UK and happen a few days out of a year, not every single time when it's sunny. Seems like Silverstone in AMS2 is hotter than many of the tracks in Brazil, Portugal or Spain. In combination with the well-known propensity of the left-hand tyres to overheat at Silverstone, taking any kind of high-speed vehicle (GT3 or P1) out on soft slicks will overheat both left fronts and left rear above 100 C within 1-2 laps. The AI have no problem on softs, but if the player tries to follow their pace they will immediately cook their tyres and spin off. Changing to mediums doesn't help because the AI will remain on softs and leave the player in their dust.