Seeing a few guys have been having some issues still on race nights and especially the guys new to ACC. I think a thread where we can put together all hints and tips people have to make the user experience a bit better for all should help most get some better results on race nights and have some less frustrations which are a bit too common still in ACC. I will try add whatever people suggest in the thread to the first post, if we can make a single thread where people can come to try figure out the little idiosyncrasies of ACC it should help all noobies and also many of those more experienced in ACC to get a better end user experience. Anyone with some good tips they have found post them here and if anyone has some questions its likely others may have a solution or workaround to help. Pit limiter, it only works in 1st gear. You need to slow to the limit before you cross the line where the "50" sign is. Even with auto limiter you cant just fly into pit lane and expect it to brake for you or get on the limiter if your not in 1st gear. Pit stop, you need to turn off the engine and stop reasonably close to your pit box. If you go too far or stop to short they wont move your car into position and you need to get closer. Entering pits if you turn your engine off as your braking you will save some time on the stop, once stopped there is a current bug/exploit where you can turn your engine on and at the end of the stop the engine will cut then restart itself. Its probably the quickest way to get away until this may be fixed in a future update. Fuel, make sure you have enough Sprint rounds dont allow you to add any fuel and Enduros with 65 min max stints means you shouldnt need to fuel save in too many cars. There are some that are still thirstier then others so in practice figure out your rough fuel burn and make sure you have enough. Keep an eye on how much you burn every 15 minutes in a race to give you an idea if you have enough or not. If you need to save fuel its much easier to save 5L over 45 minutes then it is to save it in 2 laps. Fuel load and Aero, running heavy fuel will have a significant effect on aero balance during the run. In a "practice" session only there is an extra "fuel load" testing to test aero with race start fuel loads. You can use this to adjust your race setup. Practice, if all the practice you do is in the hotlap server you will be good at hotlapping. The races are all enuro's and even the sprint rounds arent that short. Being quick over a single lap in optimal conditions doesnt earn any points, there are always servers setup in race conditions. They may not be as busy but racing others I find teaches me more then hotlapping solo which is mostly what happens in the hotlap server even if others are in. Its often hard to get close to others so you would learn much more doing shorter sprint race practice.