I only recently got into RBR, and have just made a post on reddit with my first impressions. The thing is: I'm still getting a migraine every time I need to choose a car to run. More than once I've spend 20+ minutes trying to figure them out and eventually just gave up driving the session altogether. I mean. After getting reacquainted with the FIA group divisions in the past 30 years I have an idea about why the groups are grouped like that, but a lot of pieces are missing in the puzzle (difference between A7 and A7k, anyone?). I tried to find this info everywhere, no avail. Lastly, I'd be thrilled if someone with a lot of experience could do a rundown of the car choices. Where should I start? Which are the easiest to drive? What are the main/most important groups, and which are the best cars in them? What's supposed to be the difference between their handling, which are fastest, what should dictate my choice? It also doesn't help that some official Rallyesim champs seem to accept every single group (or almost). So there are people running for 30 parallel classifications and cups and trophies, which not only makes it very hard to understand but - imho - makes it a bit lame to have so many classifications with 2 or 3 people competing against each other whilst there are 150 people in the rally altogether. Thanks a bunch for any piece of information you throw at me. I'm desperate. Cheers!