Super softs were actually still good (more or less) at the end, nothing about the tyre wear, even with softs tyres you were quicker there Was just praying you hit the wall lolAs the laps went on the track was improving and around lap 17 I saw some of you pitting, like I mentioned before I usually wait till the alternate strategy pops up to know when to change so I stayed out. The next lap I was told to change to drys and at this point I saw Meireloso on the super softs which I did think would last to the end but they would be pretty worn so I opted to go on the softs.
Coming out of the pits I could see Meireloso going into turn 1 so I floored it and just managed to come out ahead. From this point my pace seemed to come alive compared to the wet running. My initial first few laps on drys felt great and I kept seeing purple sectors and peaked at a 1:14.6 which allowed me to break away from Meireloso a bit.
From this point I was just pushing to get as big a gap to 2nd as possible due to the penalties I mentioned earlier. My theory that the super softs would be slower near the end seemed to be true as Meireloso fell back more and more as the laps counted down. Only other thing to happen to me was when @JurYEdits game crashed or something and rejoined and being put in the lead on lap 33.