I've finally got all golds on Jeff Gordon NASCAR Challenge (or however it's called exactly ) and went straight on to tackling the NASCAR championship. Found the Indy to be very pleasant and simple (AI slows down heavily in the corners), road courses were very enjoyable and not too challenging too track wise, cars were quite a handful in a fun way (despite the forced ASM, which I found to be switchable from the DFGT-menu later on), had a blast turning those powerful cars in some tight bends. But the last race is a 10-lap Daytona. I understand that AI is very cumbersome in GT5 and all, but the shenanigans it's doing in this race are way past ridiculous. It's easy to get tapped by some punky driver, sometimes completely without a reason. Also it's impossible (with the settings I'm using) to pull away from them like you can on Indy, because draft plays a major role on this very high-speed track. And you're screwed if you're P1. There comes my question - have any one of you found an non-irritating way to "gold" this race? The best way I've come up with is the technique I've used in the Daytona race from the last Tier of Gordon's challenge, that is to make my way up to P2, get on the P1 driver bumper and like real stock cars on some tracks do, bump him so he is not overtaken and allows me to build higher speed thanks to reduced drag. I've got as far as lap 7 in P2, but after that got fishtailed, pissed of and turned the race off for the day. If anyone has some setup, upgrade, anything that can help it'd be appreciated. My car got a rigidity upgrage + racing softs already.