I don't wanna bore anyone so I'll do everyone a favour and jump right to the point Ok so I feel like I have mastered the art of tyre and fuel management, but I would now like to master aerodynamics and track knowledge, so I got a few questions that are on my mind, that i don't have an answer to Q: What does a higher front wing do? Q: What does a lower front wing do? Q: What does a higher rear wing do? Q: What does a lower Rear wing do? I hear sometimes how some tracks are very tyre wear intensive, and others are fuel hogs, etc, so Q: What tracks commonly are tyre "taxing"? Q: What tracks commonly are fuel "taxing"? Q: What tracks commonly need more lower downforce? Q: What tracks commonly need more higher downforce? If it's difficult to answer those questions then can you tell me at least what "signs" indicate tyre intensive, fuel intensive, etc Oh and just a lil info on me: My strongest track is my country's Australian Grand Prix, my weakest I would say is Brittan.