Its obviously a hot topic at the moment with the wet test race coming up. I just wanted to start this thread to highlight one or two things. We did a 4 race season of 6 hour endurance races here at RD using the wet weather plugin. The LMP1 cars had a critical limit of rain intensity after which they were all but undriveable. So the admins tested the levels and settled on (we think) 5% max intensity. It worked very well. Cars were driveable but you did need to pit for inters or wets if it kept raining. As it dried there was a change over period where the drying line was good but off it was scary. Very very immersive. No one knows exactly what will happen. Your engineer would be checking real world forecasts for the track beforehand, then during the race would be on the look out for showers using the wunderground system. http://www.wunderground.com/global/stations/06490.html It would spit rain in the Village of Silverstone, 90 seconds later it spits rain on the server. So my point. It can be quite amazing. Bbelow is a stream of a race in Silverstone that had changeable weather. It was a wet-changeable race at Silverstone using the plugin at5% max, we used full wets , inters and dry tyres in this race. Depending how much of this long race you watch you will hear the commentators discussing tyre choice and the impact and errors made. There are people in RD who have made it work well. I just dont want FSR to pass up one of the most exciting USPs that RF2 can offer. Dont write it off it untill you have experienced it done properly. and yes I have been on the Spa server-not fun with this much water IMO, BUT, with 24 cars who knows as well. If in any doubt it can possibly be trialled in Pro or Ace? Good luck and good judgement. Peace Out.