We all have certain cars/tracks that we like more/are better at, so it's only natural that we gravitate towards those known factors in a competitive environment such as racing. Personally, I've been thrown in to cars/tracks that I've little to no experience with, and whilst challenging (sometimes frustratingly so) I've ended up really enjoying these races, perhaps more than the GT3 cars that I know well. Last night's DTM Mercedes race was brilliant. Never driven that car before, nor that track. I'm suggesting more of the same, choosing the more obscure cars/tracks that no one uses/rarely uses (Megane V6 Trophy cup at Bannochbrae as an example) to force everyone out of their comfort zone. To keep things fair (given personal bias will always play a factor), we could run a different car/track each support race that's chosen by the drivers, not the organizer - we all select a track/car and everyone has to race them. We use standardised settings such as real weather, real assists, time/tire progression for all races. This would really shake up the series and force everyone to push their driving experience every week, gaining new experiences and insights into cars and tracks that are unknown. There's enough regular drivers to allow this to happen, hoping others think this is a good idea. Cheers.