I have two questions that probably relate to all of the F1 games, but what the hey. I am racing 50% career (and doing mighty poorly, I might add) and when I am in the garage before the start of the race, the display tells me I have, for example, enough fuel for 58 laps though I'm only running 29. I suspect I need a full load because the game handles the fuel as though I were running the full 58 laps. So I wouldn't want to start a 50% race on a half load, correct? Second question is about the AI skill. On two consecutive races, I was spun around in a corner by an AI car clipping me from behind. On the second race, by the time I got turned around, I had dropped from 7th to 22nd. I should note that I've returned to F1 sim racing after many years of being away from it so I'm really green. But it made me wonder if setting the AI level to amateur/novice is actually worse for me than if they were better and more skilled. The more skilled AI would be obviously harder to beat but might be more tolerant of my shenanigans. So, starting out, is it better to race against the unskilled or the pros because the pros are less likely to make a mistake and "take you out?"