Hello there, I have been having issues with multiplayer whereby the timing system appears to be way off in quite a few circumstances; all I can do is list examples to try and draw a picture of what I think is going on. To give some background, I use a G27 and G25 Logitech wheel (either), play with no assists, default cockpit cam and in the single player side of things, start from 24th and nigh on always get a solid podium for any 25% race or above. I haven't really struggled against the AI for a while, further pushing me toward the multiplayer side of the game which I still have been enjoying, despite this issue but would like to enjoy it more... After completing a number of online races, I have noticed that the times I do in single player are simply not achievable when playing online; somewhere in the region of 1-1.5seconds seem to be lost with the same car, same setup and same conditions. Oddly enough, the more cars that are on track, the worse this issue becomes. Playing the Co-op season with my teammate sitting next to me has allowed me to see a couple of other issues. During qualifying, when the leader crosses the line and the driver times tumble in, I am dropping down the leaderboard even though my current time has not yet hit that of the leaders. Say for example pole is 1.45, I am dropping down the order before my time even hits 1.45.... In the races, I am struggling badly. At the beginning of the race, the other computer starts before me (can visibly see the lights go out before mine), along with all of the AI drivers, so much so that I lose around 50 meters at the start. Any AI driver on circuit is MUCH more aggressive than normal. I have had a number of issues whereby I am simply rammed off the road or on the racing line and simply ignored until an inevitable crash which does not happen in single player - could this be caused by the AI thinking I'm not where I actually am? If I am lucky enough to get some free air, I can put fastest lap after fastest lap onto the track yet still have other cars from around 10th-15th pulling away in front of me...notably, my split times to other cars are also broken. Just last night I was racing around Montreal and the timing said I was 18 seconds ahead of Alonso when in reality he was directly on my bumper. Typically by the end of a 25% race, any cars directly in front of me are listed as actually being around 20 seconds behind me according to the timings. Overtakes are extremely difficult (honestly, this 'mode' should be in the game for all!) but the main issue is that my lap times do not translate into actual pace. I should not lap 2 seconds faster than the fastest person on track yet simultaneously be struggling to catch up or overtake a Toro Rosso...the math... slowdown or paranoia? Whilst the racing has gotten more exciting, I would like to know I'm playing on an even playing field which at the moment, I am unsure about. I cannot find this issue elsewhere online but really would like to have some ideas regarding a potential fix or how to better confirm or deny the problem... I have access to a second computer which doesn't have this problem too... Windows Vista 32-bit. Motherboard: P5Q-E. CPU: Q9550 2.83GHz. RAM: 4Gb (Old type, slow speed...possibly the problem?). GPU: ATI 6950. G25 or G27. Kind Regards, Mark.