I'm not the best of drivers, and I play with all assists on bar braking. I do play on legend however and have been finishing around 15th to 8th so far this season. But I've just got to Silverstone and I am finding this track impossible. I post a lap in the 1:36/1:37 area every four or five laps, which as you'll know is very slow and puts me at the pace of the other new cars. You might say, ok, that's realistic, but I wouldn't be fussed if I was posting these times consistently. My problem is this is the best I can ever do and I do it too rarely. If I go into a race as I am I'll get crucified. My main problem is is the Racing Line assist. It's messed up for this Grand Prix. It's telling me to brake too late, sometimes it's not even telling me to brake at all (and if I try to follow it full throttle, or even half throttle, I go horribly wide). I've tried taking it off, but I'm just useless without it. There are just some corners that I can't do without either slowing dramatically or going off the circuit. I'm continuously going wide and/or losing too much time in the corners. I'm not sure what advice you could give me, but any would be appreciated really. Could anyone upload a video of them doing Silverstone with the Racing Line on? NB: The setup isn't the problem, I've tried various setups on here as well as the already set Balanced and Very Dry setups. With Balanced I'm finding it easier to stay on the track, however I'm way too slow. With the Dry and custom setups I'm faster, but really struggling to stay on the track and post consistent times. The problem is me, I just can't find the right braking points, I'm not sure whether to brake, then turn, or brake and turn simultaneously. I have no idea how to take the hairpin at the end (half-throttle? Brake and then just turn with no throttle?). Argh, I hate this track. Why does it have to be my home track as well? I'm really tempted to just skip it (don't know if that's possible, if not I could just skip to race then DNF) but I want to try and do well on my home race.