About the Car
A simple version of the Formula Trainer with performance street tires and analog gauges.
Sim driving notes
Thanks to its street tires it's more forgiving than the advanced version, but doesn't have as much grip. Be careful as you might lose the rear with aggressive inputs, bumps and crests. However since it's more forgiving, small slides should be easier to correct without overcorrecting and spinning the other way.
You can throw the car around quite a bit. But be careful, because aggressive sliding will slow the car down. The idea is to find a balance between speed preservation and good cornering. As a general rule you want to come out of the corner with as much speed left as possible, because it's hard to get back with the Trainer's lack of power.