Hello. I'm going for a 100% legend career season 1, on Lotus. But I'm having a lot of trouble with so many different things, I figured I'd ask somewhere about it. 1st, the description for Toe values are confusing me. I understand the concept roughly, but reading the description there makes me confused. In a few words, dragging the sliders to the right will make the wheels less angled, reduce tyre wear, improve acceleration, but reduce stability in straight lines? 2nd a, about ARBs. higher values allow for tighter corners, less grip and higher tyre wear? What's with '... and will affect tyre wear...'? Couldn't they say if it was gonna wear the more or less? 2nd b, what happens if I have very different values in front and rear ARBs? Like very high front, and very low rear, and vice-versa? 3rd, about setups and tyre wear, which factors are caused by the setup itself, or by the driver? As in, I understand very low values for camber will make tyres wear quicker. On the other had, on suspension, if I tighten them it's easier to lock front wheels, or wheelspin the rear ones by throtling a bit harder. But if I'm being careful with throttling, braking and turning, will stiffer suspensions wear my tyres faster anyway? 4th, when I run with higher downforce, and a low ride, I see a lot of sparks flying when I look back, usually when I reach 7th gear. I tried hardening the suspension, but I still see a lot of it. I don't notice sudden drops on speed, but I have this feeling it may be reducing my acceleration, though I'm not sure at all. Is it? 5th, on Monaco, race strategy suggested by the game would have me do 22 laps on the red stripe tyre. I believe the setup I had was very harsh on them, but seriously, by the 8th lap I was already 3 seconds slower than Raikonnen, whose pace was pretty much the same since lap 3. Anyway, I was running a very high downforce setup, though I'm beggining to think a low downforce might work. Would it? Well, that's about it. I realize that's quite a lot of questions, but any one answered is already one less to go. Thanks in advance.