Something went wrong when I tried to move these three posts to this thread. Luckily I had pasted them into word before "moving" them So here they are, please feel free to add stuff that is missing, but please keep this thread as clean and to the point as possible. Highlight the key word(s) with bold red like in the other posts The no pit speed limit was introduced in season 7 to make a 2 stop more competitive with 1 stop (in season 6 almost everybody were stopping once). In addition we incresed the race length with 7-10 minutes which we stole from the qualify session (which is now super-pole). The result was that almost everybody was on a 2 stopper... lol. The intentions were to make the two strategies more equal in general to see more variation in strategy, but we over did it. Now the problem is that everybody likes the no pit speed limit challenge so much that we are stuck in 2-stop land unless we shorten the race slightly... Anyhoo, back to the topic, this is how I execute my pit stops: -I turn auto pit off (or, I leave it off, but it might be on in your game setup) -The lap I want to pit I push a button to call my garage on the radio "pit this lap" they say, this means they will work immediatly on your car instead of waiting 2-3 seconds before starting. -As I enter the pit lane the pit limiter will turn itself on, therefore I press the turn pit limiter on/off button almost the same moment I pass the line -I can see the countdown in meters to my pit. Depending on my speed I usually need between 100-125 meters to make a complete stop, but this I practice in the practice session before the race (then you have the same pit as you will in the race). -When your crew fuel your car, the engine will be shut off. If you manually ignite and start it when they are done fueling and change your tyres, you will be able to start driving the second they are done working. If you leave it to the "automatics" you will loose 2 sec or so. One more thing, all cars are ghosts in the pit lane, you cannot crash into somebody, you might even share a spot with someone else -Obviously, take car when leaving the pits, watch out for people behind you and on the track.