When I race in AC, I have only one "app" of the countless ones open and that is the tyres one, showing temps and wear etc. One thing I have noticed is how long it takes a tyre to cool down if you overheat with a spin or if you are going through gravel and spin it for a second. For me it does seem to take an age for them to cool down. I understand why this is done and that is a fairly real part of simulation. And it is very tricky when you do it as if it is a rear tyre, that tyre then has a massive grip drop off until it comes back into green state or into a better temp zone. My question is, is the time it takes for the tyre to recover fairly realistic? As you see this sort of thing happen in real cars a lot and the drivers seem to be able to get on it fairly quickly, if you are at Spa or something it can take a half or three quarters of a lap for it to cool in AC?