For this weekends 'Have Your Say' we have a very interesting question from one of our community members @Rapala around the use of "flashback" options in sim racing. Flashbacks / pause and rewind, resume from replay and other such features have been sporadically employed in a number of racing games over the years but are largely overlooked in the world of sim racing, are the developers missing a trick? Recently a member of our awesome community reached out to me wondering if we could feature this very question in our 'Have Your Say' series of articles. @Rapala explains below: "I often find it very frustrating to set up a long race, you're having a great time and then the AI (or myself!) does something totally boneheaded and boom you're off with no chance of catching up or damaged and just like that your race is over. If I'm something like 20 minutes in or whatever, I normally can't be bothered to try again and rather go drive online or fire up battlefield or something. Having gotten into F1 2017 and remembering dirt 3, I just love the fact that your efforts are not vaporised in 1 unpleasant blow. It really doesn't take away the challenge of the race, I mean you still have to drive fast to win. Also when I discovered RF2 had the 'resume from replay' feature, I started using it as a 'flashback' feature. Like I'd give myself 3 'flashbacks' per race and after that you're on your own. It can be used kind of like a difficulty slider, giving yourself less and less flashbacks as you progress. It got me thinking that personally I'd love to see flashbacks implemented in all sims to make single player less brutal and unforgiving. I know there'll be a vocal bunch in the RD community who will get massively upset in a "we're not playing a mere GAME here son" at the mere mention of it, but it might also be surprising how many might support something like this". So with the above in mind, our question for 'Have Your Say' today is: Flashbacks. Would you like to see them in all racing simulations, would you use them, and do you think this sort of thing has a place in sim racing? Happy debating folks and enjoy the weekend!