Hey Guys. Just wondering if anyone else is noticing this at all in race. Mainly in 100% length races, your race Engineer obviously sets you up on a race strategy, i.e. start on options, lap 16 pit onto primes, lap 42 pit onto options, finish race. I was racing but decided my options were not lasting so pitted on lap 14, then on lap 41 the worst possible thing happened, bang, rear right puncture , crawling back to the pits I then had my left rear go as well (luck was definitely not on my side, especially as I was fighting for a podium) I managed to nurse the car back and then finished the race on the options, is this because the primes on that track had a maxiumum life of 28 laps and I just tried to go for too long? As I was not struggling with the primes yet still had the puncture. I've experienced this on a few tracks, if so am I right in thinking on the tyre screen (where you have the two circles and numbers) that the number on the inside of the tyre is the amount of laps they can do before they have a possible puncture experience. I have no idea what the outer number means, I've read ultimate grip, but to me that made no sense as the ultimate grip will deteriate before you've even warmed the tyres up. So any tips on stopping this puncture experience would be awesome, I'm hoping I'm right and I should just listen to the inner number! As i don't want to keep ruining races from a tyre blowing up.