Being totally green, I signed up for a Monaco championship (on another site) with the Kadett because that sounded like the oldest car I heard the name of and I thought old means easy. Of course I am in the suck because RWD is hard to drive and all that. My goal now is that it is OK to be last but at least not with a huge difference. Most importantly I am in the suck because despite having watched the tutorial and many training vids and understanding the concepts, the turns come so fast one after the other that juggling all that slides and handbrakes seems impossible, it seems I don't have so fast reaction times. Currently I try braking track style i.e. brake early and go slow through turns no slide, yet I find myself in the woods with a leaking radiator every time by brain zones out for two seconds or so. Rallying is apparently fast, it is not like the long straight on Silverstone Int where you can relax for a few seconds because nothing is happening! I have heard setting pace notes to late helps, as you don't have to think in advance but when he says right two you can pretty much immediately start sliding. True? Another issue is things being too narrow! I even crash in straights if my left hand is heavier on the wheel than the right. I use either dash cam or internal views with minimal FOV, for realism on a 27 inch, but the interal view seems to be bumpy maybe dash is better. I will also try the following things: - external view to battle that narrowness - forward brake balance and loose differential for controlling the car's ass - 70 brake saturation for not locking - wheel at 270 as codemasters recommended - someone recommended an FFB with everything 100 except wheel friction 0, will try - any other ideas? - especially how NOT to fall into the deep Monaco chasms that instantly total your car and championship over?